The people in the pictures are my world. Deborah and I have been married since 2006 and have three beautiful daughters. Madelynn (13), Rebekah (10), and Isabelle (4) have brought joy to us and have been a blessing from the Lord.

Deborah comes from a small town in Kentucky, graduated from the University of Louisville and is a wonderful mother. She currently teaches first grade at a local elementary school.

As a family we enjoy board games, trying new restaurants, and spending time together. Madelynn appreciates a good movie and Rebekah finds happiness in creative activities.

The Chess Club closed in 2020 due to COVID. Besides the commitment to our family, I currently serve as the president of the Southwest Little Rock Chess Club. I formed the club in 2017 because I needed to have something in front of me that allowed me to actively pursue friends outside of our local church. The club received our 501c3 status last year. We’re the most active chess club in the state. We award our Standard of Chess Excellence Award each year to local children who display leadership ability and sponsor young chess players with memberships and tournament entry fees.

Work and Related Experience

Volunteer Coordinator for Baptist Hospice. 2023-Present
Parish Administrative Assistant for St. Andrews Church Little Rock. 2022-2023
National Presenter for Logos Bible Software. 2021
Preaching Minister. Little Rock Church. Little Rock, AR. 2015-2021
Preaching Minister. Blue Ridge Christian Church. Mills River, NC. 2008-2015
Preaching Minister. Sturgis First Christian Church. Sturgis, KY. 2003-2008

D.Min. from Liberty University (Program Starts 2023)
Graduate Certificate in Global Studies from Liberty University
Graduate Certificate in Christian Leadership from Liberty University
M.Ed. from Hope International University
BA in Preaching and Bible from Johnson University

In my spare time, I help coach people use Logos Bible Software for Logos Daily.

We’re currently exploring the state of Arkansas by visiting all 52 Arkansas State parks. Black markers are where we’ve been.