Education: UAB with a degree in Accounting and Liberty University with a degree in theology – but I’m always studying theology, poetry, writing and photography.
Family Life: I’m married to Deb (a super talented creative seamstress and crafter), and we have a chihuahua Ebby and a cat named Emerson.
Favorite subject in High school: Baseball
First job: Collecting golf balls out of the lakes on a golf course in Florida until I cut too deeply into the profit margin of the pro shop.
How did you first come to Cornerstone? New resident to Auburn who spent 2 years looking for a church and finally stumbled into Cornerstone. Because the worship leader wasn’t wearing shoes (and eventually took me to lunch).
When did you join the Cornerstone staff team? In 2008, but my job role changed to Business Administrator a few years later. My role now is to build teams, to equip the saints and to serve the body.
Favorite Book:How to Read a Book by Mortimer J. Adler and Charles Van Doren. Because it inspired me to read all other kinds of books.
Favorite Movie: “The Natural” is a classic struggle between good and evil when neither are completely clear.
Interesting facts: I volunteer as YouVersion.com support rep, I’ve been practicing photography for 20+ years and received an FAA Pilot & FCC Ham Radio License.
Favorite Food: Anything. Really. (except bananas- allergic to those)
What has God been teaching you lately? To find margin, stay locked into his word, and not to give in to the worries of this world.
What inspires you: A changed life for Christ, and a person who truly listens. Listening is hard in this noisy world.