Upon graduating from Pensacola Christian College, I became an elementary school teacher at South Shore Christian School in Brockton, MA. Shortly after this, I had moved to Connecticut to become a youth pastor at Galilean Baptist Church and was soon ordained into the preaching ministry as an independent fundamental Baptist.
Two years later, I was asked to return back to Massachusetts and South Shore Christian School to teach and to become the assistant pastor at North Baptist Church. Soon, the teaching position turned into the role of a school principal.
Next to my salvation (by grace through faith in Jesus Christ alone), the greatest joy in my life occurred on June 23, 2007 when I married my wonderful wife, Jill. We are now currently living happily ever after.
When it comes to my faith, I am first off and foremost a depraved sinner basking in the grace of a sovereign God. I would consider myself to be a “thinking” Baptist. Along with that, I passionately hold to the doctrines of grace and the unity of believers through the truth of God’s Holy Word.
In the political realm, I am a proud member of the TEA party movement. While I am a Republican, I would rather consider mysef a constitutionalist not beholden to any political party. In 2007, I ran for US Congress in Massacusetts as a member of the Constitution Party. I believe in Biblical values, individual moral restraint, limited government, the right to life without exceptions and strict adherence to the U.S. Constitution.