I grew up in North Little Rock, Arkansas. While growing up I played football and enjoyed hunting and fishing with my dad. My family attended Park Hill Christian Church where I was saved at the age of 13. In high school I was involved in sports, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Young Life. I attended the University of Arkansas and then transferred to Louisiana Tech University, where I received an engineering degree. After graduating I worked in the oilfield for three years and then 25 years as a mechanical contractor. During my college years, I married my wife and best friend, Ginger. We have been married for over 35 years and have two sons, Gable and Skylar. They are all three artists. I am an engineer in a family of “creatives”.
In 2005, Ginger and I moved to Little Rock and in 2006 started attending Fellowship Bible Church. During this time, I began to struggle with being the man I was and being the man God intended me to be. For the next several years, through people, mission opportunities, and life struggles, God transformed me. I knew I was called to serve. In 2011, I closed my business to pursue what God had planned for me. On April 1, 2013, I took the job of Executive Pastor of Central Support at Fellowship Bible Church.
That we use all means to tell people both locally and globally about the Good News.