Hi! Thanks for coming by.
I really believe that “theology is for everyone,” and I hope that you find a great benefit from the materials I offer here.
My wife and I have been married since 1997, and we have three sons and one daughter. In my free time I enjoy reading, writing, golf, basketball, and spending time with my family.
I’ve been in one leadership position or another in our church since 1996, but it was in June 2002, when the people of Oak Tree Community Church asked me to be their Teaching Pastor, just seven months after celebrating our church’s 50th anniversary.
I love teaching people the Scriptures, and it’s a special joy when I see their studies begin to “click.” In addition to my responsibilities at Oak Tree, I have the privilege of teaching with two schools.
Tyndale Theological Seminary and Biblical Institute – I teach Bible, Theology, and the languages to online students and in the satellite campus in our church. I also serve as the Dean of Advising Professors, the faculty that serves our online students.
You can check out the full list of my published works here and contact me for speaking engagements or if you have Bible or theology questions.
The views and opinions expressed here are my personal views. They do not necessarily reflect the thoughts or opinions of any church or organization I work with or teach for.
Additionally, I reserve the right to change my mind and opinions as I grow and mature. So, yes, it’s possible you’ll find posts that contradict each other. That’s OK – it means that (hopefully) I’m wiser now than I was before. 🙂