I grew up on the Omaha Indian reservation, on a farm, outside a tiny town called, Rosalie, Nebraska.
Working on our family farm. In college, I worked for Arby’s.
Encouraging people to consider getting to know our Awesome God through His Son, Jesus Christ!
I have a Bachelor’s of Science in Agriculture and Education from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln.
I have 8 children (3 daughters, 5 sons, two sons-in-law, and a daughter-in-law), and three magnificent grandchildren. I enjoy playing tennis and listening to my favorite podcasts (FamilyLife Today, Focus on the Family, Tony Evans, etc.) and books via Audible.
I have a broad pallet and enjoy the variety associated with an eclectic array of cuisine.
I became a Christian in 1968 through the ministry of Billy Graham and World-Wide Productions at a movie called, For Pete’s Sake.
I nearly died in a motorcycle accident on September 2, 2000, and was briefly paralyzed unable to move or feel anything below my neck.