I graduated from Simpson Bible College in San Francisco with a degree in Biblical Literature and Communications. I’ve worked since then in the secular world, first as a banker, then as an office manager, and for 28 years as a software developer for a division of Union Pacific Railroad. I’ve taught adult Bible studies for over 40 years and in the process have developed what I consider a unique, interactive method for getting adults involved in small group discussions as they study the Bible in large group settings. I currently teach an adult Sunday School class at Calvary Church in Longmont, Colorado.
I wrote a play inspired by the Columbine tragedy over a decade ago titled, “It’s Not Too Late.” This play has been performed worldwide including in the Ukraine, Lebanon, and Saudi Arabia and has been translated into several languages. The website for this play can be found at Christplay.com. In my spare time, I write adult Sunday School Curriculum for David C. Cook publications and do some acting (I am a member of SAG-AFTRA).
I retired from my full time job in April, 2014 and now enjoy writing, teaching, playing softball and pickleball, and gold prospecting.
I also do some acting from time-to-time. You can find a listing of my credits at IMDB.com.