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"...yet I will rejoice in the Lord, I will be joyful in God my Savior." -Habakkuk 3:18

My Mission Statement: To pursue a radical hunger for God and to inspire others to be radically hungry for God in a way that transforms their lives for the better. If there was one modern book that I could call my manifesto for life, it would be A.W. Tozer's "The Pursuit of God."


Besides writing non-fiction and fiction books, I do a podcast called Aslan's Paw. Here are a couple episodes -- my interviews with actor David Oyelowo and singer Dolly Parton.:

Click here to go to the official podcast page for Aslan's Paw where you can check for new episodes or subscribe to the podcast.

My first book, a non-fiction book, which will continue the theme explored here on my blog, has a tentative release date of Fall 2016 in stores worldwide (as well as online). More info coming soon!

I earned a B.A. in Music Composition at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where I also studied some literature and film scoring. I'm fascinated by astronomy, I love spy movies, and I am trained in wing chun kung fu. (Yes, I have "bo staff skills," as Napoleon Dynamite would say.)

Besides books and podcasts, there are a few places on the Web Net where you can find my writing:

I also love marketing. I love it so much that I also do that for a living (and sometimes just for fun). I'm a copywriter (mostly ghostwriting work) for many digital marketing agencies and other companies. I've done work for Zondervan Books, FrontGate Media, and others. Marketing in the Screen Age is like an unpredictable story set in the Wild West, and every day I read about it to see the new twists and turns.

Check out my copywriting/marketing home base at


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Oh, and this picture below is probably one of the most interesting places I've ever seen. Thought I'd snap a picture of it for you.

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