I've been in full-time ministry since 2004 and currently serve as a pastor under the oversight and leadership of the Malachi Network.
I live in College Station, Texas and minister to university students at Texas A&M University through Bible studies, prayer meetings, and individual discipleship/mentorship.
I also serve as co-host and producer of The Apocalyptic Gospel Podcast
, a weekly show exploring the Gospel that Jesus' first disciples heard, what recent historical studies have clarified about it, and how followers of Jesus should live in light of it.
Before moving to Texas in 2014, I worked with the Antioch Center for Training and Sending
(ACTS), a missions organization based in Colorado Springs where I gave my time and energy to the ACTS Research division as a missions writer, researcher, and web developer. Prior to missions and pastoral ministry, I spent over 15 years serving on local church and parachurch ministry worship teams as a keyboard player.