# of Children: 4
# of Foster Children: 0
Single or Married: Married
Describe FATHERhood? Fatherhood to me is when a man sets a godly example for his kids by obeying God.
What is the most important thing you have learned as a father? Timing and seasons of life are important and it’s my responsibility to love and enjoy my kids where they are knowing that today is what we are promised.
What do you wish you had done better as a father or what are you currently wanting to improve on as a father? I strive to have a relationship with my kids that I’m constantly verbalizing how much I love them and lovingly embracing them.
What do you want your children to say about you? I want my kids to say that I set a godly example for them and they knew I believed in them.
What advice do you have for fathers? My advice for fathers is to be intentional with your time and words. It takes time to build trust and relationships and words can either damage a relationship or strengthen it.
Name one thing that NOT many people know about you: Played college baseball.
What was your favorite childhood injury? We had a small exercise trampoline in our house. I was 8 years old and walked across it with cowboy boots on and my boot got caught under the pad that covers the springs. I fell and hit my head on a rocking chair. Received stiches above my right eye. That scar reminds me today how quickly things can go from fun to dangerous if I’m careless.
If you could have any SUPERPOWER, what would it be? Being able to read others minds for sure. Knowing what people are thinking would save me a ton of time.
Who is the most important person in your life? Most important person in my life is my wife. She encourages me to be submitted to God and always supports me in what I do.
Who is the person you respect the most, and why? Person I most respect is my own dad. He continues to challenge me and set an incredible example of what a mature follower of Christ should be.
What outdoor activities do you like to do? I like most outdoor activities including golf, catch with a baseball, football, or Frisbee, and just sitting and talking.