I was born and raised in the sleepy, small town of Sylvania, Alabama. I have three awesome children: Kayla, Cassidy and Austin. By day, I’m a mild-mannered, IT project manager. At night, I don my cape and do battle against injustice and evildoers. Not really, at night I’m just a tired, mild-manner, IT project manager that likes to do a little writing.
Why write? After all, I’m one voice in a noisy universe of communication. There are a myriad of voices out there with various intentions:
- Some voices are aimed at causing conflict while others seek to bring joy.
- Some voices are passionate for a cause while others are interested only in momentary gratification.
- Some voices are bent on destruction while others want to bring healing.
You name it, there’s a voice speaking it into existence. So, what is my voice? Pretty simple – If I can bring a smile or laughter to someone’s day and point people to a loving Savior, then my voice has achieved its goal.
In addition to the blog, I’m putting the finishing touches to a book, Doughnut Devotions, which should be out in early 2014.
Thanks for stopping by. Grab a doughnut and a smile. More importantly, let’s turn our attention to Jesus Christ and make all our voices count for His glory.
Having read some of your Christmas letters, I’m sure the book will be good. Post again when it comes out.