About me

I came to a saving faith in Jesus Christ when I was 21 years old. From that moment on, I found life, hope, forgiveness and healing. I don’t deserve his mercy, but that what makes grace so amazing.

I graduated from Wright State University in 2001 as a seconday Education major. I was 23 years old, and didn’t know how or why, but knew that my stint into education would be brief. Ever since Jesus changed my life, I wanted to work with young people and share the message of the cross with teens. Strangely enough, that it is what I am doing now in Oklahoma. It is weird how God uses the most un-likely candidates in his kingdom.

I met the woman I would later marry while I was a first year teacher. I knew from the moment I met her, that she would be my wife. We had an instant connection and were good friends before we dated, while we dated and even now. Jennifer Kinsey and I said I do, on September 13, 2002. I thought marrying Jen was a true gift, and indeed she is. I was stunned when God blessed us with our incredibly beautiful, funny, and precious daughter Rachel Danielle who was born July 3, 2003. A little over two years later, our second daughter was born, Kenzie Grace on July 27, 2005. Kenzie is beautiful, precious and just as personable as her big sister.

I am in youth ministry because I want to make a difference in the world, one teenager at a time, and one family at a time. God provided me that opportunity at the Chrisholm Trail Church of Christ. I was the for nine years and The Lord opened a door for me and family to move back to Ohio to continue to work with teenagers with the Northeast Church of Christ.

Sometimes, I wonder if I am dreaming!

8 Responses to About me

  1. neogotchi says:

    hello! i luv your site, and I’m glad to meet another Christian blogger! stop by mine @ http://scripture4u.wordpress.com
    Keep in the Faith!!

  2. greg hills says:

    Are you the same buster from montclair NJ ????

  3. jason says:

    No, I have never even been to NJ.

  4. Brad Beaman says:

    glad to read your blog. Keep up the good work with youth.

  5. Kimber says:

    I am keeping up with your sermons and notes. I study what you write too. Keep up the good work! Grandpa is so proud of you and so are the rest of the family. Keep doing His work and spread the word. Much Love!

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