I’ve taught at BJU since 2000, following 19 years as a writer, editor, and supervisor at BJU Press. I teach courses in theology, New Testament, and Old Testament, with special interests in ecclesiology and the Pauline Epistles. I also lead the BJU summer ministry team to Africa. Nothing brings me more joy than teaching in developing countries. My professional page is here.
My wife, Pam, and I are members at Heritage Bible Church, Greer, SC, where I’m an elder and Sunday school teacher. We have two grown daughters, who are objectively better than anybody else’s children. I enjoy occasional acting in dramatic productions at BJU, mostly to learn by watching real actors. I once rode a bicycle from Boston to Greenville (alone, as it should be), and I’ve made the second highest bungee jump in the world, at Victoria Falls, Zambia. I throw a baseball with my right hand and a football with my left. (It’s complicated.) I’ve held both a brown belt in judo and EMT certification, but that was a long time ago.