I help people create a disciple-making culture in their homes, churches, and communities in which people can experience the life-changing power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

This is my personal blog in which I explore what a disciple-making culture is and how people can create this culture in the environments and contexts where God has placed them, primarily in the context of their families. I believe that if you are a disciple of Jesus Christ then you are commanded to be making other disciples of Jesus Christ.

I am married to Brandie and we have two kids, James and Elizabeth. We have planted our lives in Fuquay-Varina, a town outside of Raleigh, NC where we lead a missional community helping our friends to discover their place in God’s story. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Valdosta State University and Master of Divinity, Master of Theology and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.

I am a strategist, ministry consultant, coach, and team leader with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. I often teach as part of the adjunct faculty at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. I play the saxophone and enjoy shooting sports.