I graduated from Simpson Bible College in San Francisco in 1976 with a degree in Biblical Literature and Communications. I worked afterwards in the secular world, first as a banker, then as an office manager at a leasing company, and for the final 28 years as a software developer for PS Technology, a division of Union Pacific Railroad. I retired in 2014 and am now pursuing other interests including writing, acting, and gold-prospecting.
I’ve taught adult Bible studies since 1971 and in the process have developed what I consider to be a unique and interactive method for getting adults involved in small group discussions as they study the Bible in large group settings. I currently teach an adult class at Calvary Church in Longmont, Colorado and write adult Sunday School lessons for David C. Cook publications.
In 1999 I wrote a musical-drama titled “It’s Not Too Late” that was based on the tragic killings at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado. This play has been performed hundreds of times worldwide since then including in Ukraine, Lebanon, South Africa, and Saudi Arabia. It also has been translated into several languages. The website for this play can be found at Christplay.com.
I am currently a member of the Screen Actor’s Guild (SAG-AFTRA). You will find a listing of my acting credits on IMDB.com.