My wife Natasha is my love; we were married in 2011 and have three children: Elizabeth (born 2013), Whitfield (born 2014), and Collette (born 2015).
Though Tasha’s American and I’m Australian, we met in England, where we lived together for 6 years, serving at Calvary Chapel Bible College York, England. We are now living in Washington (USA). I was assistant pastor at Calvary Chapel Bothell (Washington).
Tasha is an artist. Together, we released a graphic novel called Reklas Abandon in 2014 and a children’s book called Where I Go When I Sleep in 2016. I love music and am a recovering music snob. I played electric guitar on my friend Neil Livingston’s album All My Springs.
My biggest hobby also happens to be my “job”: loving, studying, and teaching the Bible. I have long wanted to attend seminary, but have not had the opportunity. This is where this blog comes in!
Why I Blog
The Lord hasn’t allowed me to attend seminary (finances, time, and ministry commitments), so I decided that a cheaper and more flexible option is for me to study through some of the best teachers: books and free resources! Hence the name of this blog!
The internet is awash with excellent seminary-level resources and so I created this blog in 2012 to share free resources, review books, and post on Biblical and theological topics that interest me. I hope my digital seminary will be a support to those like myself who study theology in their free time, and also for teachers who want help in finding good resources.
Disclaimer: Theological views represented on this blog may not always reflect my own nor those of the Calvary Chapel movement as a whole.