I have the pleasure of serving as President of Toccoa Falls College, located in beautiful northeast Georgia. It’s a wonderful part of the state full of remarkable wildlife, fish, mountains, lakes, cultural activities, and a chance to just experience the beauty of God’s creation. I frequently write about Christian worldview and my perspectives on living a Christian life and developing Godly character. I am a regular blogger for the Huffington Post and you may read my writing here.
My book, No Compromise: Thoughts From A Christian College President, is available on Amazon and may be purchased here.
I have been involved in Christian higher education for the past 25 years. Prior to that I served as the manager of information systems for the Town of Palm Beach, Florida. I also served as a police officer in Maryland for 12 years. I worked road patrol, served as a detective for the crimes against persons unit, was a hostage negotiator, polygraph examiner, SCUBA team diver, and served in a variety of other positions in the police department.
I love photography and take a camera just about everywhere I go. It’s a wonderful thing to capture memories and freeze a moment of time. My entire family likes photography and we always like to look at the pictures and remember the fun we had when we took them. We have thousands of pictures!
My life is shared with my beautiful wife of 29 years, my two children, six barn cats, a dozen chickens, and one dog. We live on 25 acres in the country about 10 miles from Toccoa Falls College. Enjoy the blog!