About Me

I am a long-time believer and follower of King Jesus the Jewish Messiah and Savior of all Mankind, the Son of the Living God, Creator of all that exists.

I am a husband to my wife MaryAnn, a father to our children, a Pupu to Solomon, an active member of West Side Christian Church, and a graduate of Lincoln Christian College.

My workdays are spent doing software and web development using (primarily) Microsoft technologies.

My wife and I, along with our brother Palal, from Myanmar, founded a missions organization called Myanmar Hope Christian Mission, Inc. I hope you’ll take a few minutes to check out our website! We also have a page on facebook, which actually gets more activity than our website.

I love reading history, theology, philosophy, science, and art. Any book that can combine two or more of the these subjects in an interesting and readable manner really catches my attention!

I love listening to classical music (mainly from the Baroque period), but I occasionally fall back on the music of my roots, classic rock from the 1970’s. Actually my music tastes are pretty eclectic – I enjoy just about anything other than the noise that has been coming out of the music industry in the past twenty years or so. So, that includes blues, jazz, country, bluegrass, etc. I will occasionally listen to Christian music, but only if it is original and isn’t trying to mimic the secular music of the day.

I hate it when “Christian” music tries to sound like “secular” music just to get a hearing. For example, I love most of Keith Green‘s music. He was a true original. There is nothing out there that sounds like Keith’s music – then or now. I can’t really give you an example of the other stuff because I don’t listen to it. As soon as it seems like I’m listening to music-fakery, or sentimental hogwash, or just plain noise, I switch it off..

If you are still reading this, then you must really be bored. Go read something worthwhile! Here are some of my favorite blogs right now (in no apparent order):

Disclaimer: just because I read a blog doesn’t mean I agree with or believe everything the blog author writes! Sometimes I just want to know what the “other side” is thinking and saying!