I’M A LIFELONG Christian. That’s my primary spiritual identity. My specific faith tradition: Seventh-day Adventist . . . I’m a product of Adventist schools (Milo Adventist Academy, Pacific Union College, Andrews University Theological Seminary)—and have spent a good share of my career in church employment as a pastor (Texas, New Mexico, California, and Washington) . . . and in editorial work (Insight, Signs of the Times, Listen). My last church position was as editorial vice president at Pacific Press.
For many years now, I’ve owned my own publishing and editorial services business—Page One Communications. My clients include both church and non-church customers.
A decade or so ago, I fought a three-year battle with cancer. My docs gave me a maximum of 18 months. But I’m still here and hope to use my remaining time allotment learning to live and love better—and to give back to my Creator in gratitude for what He’s given me.
I have awesome children who have produced equally awesome children of their own, bringing me the deep joy of grandfather-hood. I am a supremely blessed man.