I was born and raised in California, but God has taken me to different parts of the world. After graduating from college (2000) and seminary (2003), my wife and I ventured to Scotland where I completed my PhD in New Testament from Aberdeen University. While in the U.K., I taught at Nottingham University and then came back to the States where I taught Biblical Studies at Cedarville University in Ohio. In June 2009, we moved back to southern California, where I taught at Eternity Bible College and served as a teaching elder/pastor at Anthem Church in Thousand Oaks. In May 2014, my family and I moved to Boise to start an extension site for Eternity Bible College. I currently serve as the Vice President for Eternity's Boise extension.
I am happily married to my beautiful and energetic wife, Christine, and have three daughters and one son. In addition to my love for baseball and surfing, my family and I enjoy the outdoors (hiking, camping, having fun in the sun) and hanging out with college students.
And I love global missions. Though I live in the States, sometimes I feel stuck in the States. That's why some friends and I started a ministry called Touch Nepal, which is focused on supporting indigenous ministries in the (largely Hindu) country of Nepal. Check out our website for more information.
Click HERE for more info on the Boise extension.
And, check out this VIDEO explaning the vision of Eternity