Education: Doctorate of Christian Counseling, Doctorate of Divinity, Retired USMC Vietnam Veteran
Attending Liberty University; Business Administration Online.(Project Management & Human Resources) Graduates May 2015.
Comment to those looking at my sermons: I will challenge you to grow in the Word preach or taught and never abort your dreams or anything God has told you to pursue.
Sermon or series that made a difference: When Doing The Right Thing Hurts, Keeping Doing The Right Thing.
The 7 Non-Negotiable Laws of Praise
In Spite Of All This; I Am Still Winning
You Shall Not Come Out Empty
All Things Work Together
One of my favorite illustrations: The ways we can express Praise.
Family: Married for 39 years, 3 sons, 1 Daughter, 3 Daughter in laws, 1 son in law, and 4 grandchildren. My family all are working in the ministry.
What my parents think of my sermons: My parents have died. My Father in law and Mother in law stay often are thankful for my ministry.
What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: My wife always say she is blessed by the messages God conveys unto me. She is a long time supporter and coach.
Best advice given to me about preaching: Stay focus on sowing seeds and not meeting needs. Sowing is a kingdom principle and is guaranteed to affect the lives of those who choose to do it. Every word that proceeds out of our mouths , must be an effective resource for our audience.
Books that have had an impact: I authored 3 books entitled: Broken But Some Pieces Still Work; Men Possessing The Total Package, Thoughts to Consider.
Hobbies: PBA Tour bowler, Former 6 time Al-Marine Basket Ball Player.
Motivational Speaker, Empower Men, Empowering Couples, Changing people's overall perspective about themselves and their ministry. Doing Missions, Feeding the homeless, Speaking to those living in Adult Living.
If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: Quitting Is Too Expensive' It would be cheaper to go through.
Something funny that happened while preaching: My notes blew off the podium while i was reading a portion of my sermon. In the early stages of my ministry 1980.
What I want on my tombstone: my name and the date i died.