I am a Christ follower, husband, dad , Business Intelligence Specialist, Student of Psychology, Philosophy, and Christian Apologetics. I have been tremendously blessed over my life and want to pay those blessings forward. I have and am still experiencing a transformation in my life that can only be accounted for as the grace of a loving father.
The most important people in my life
The following two verses are important to the foundation of my life and the content you will find here.
‘For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. ‘ John 3:16 https://my.bible.com/bible/111/JHN.3.16
‘But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect, ‘ 1 Peter 3:15 https://my.bible.com/bible/111/1PE.3.15
Five years ago I was lead back to Christ in large part through an Apologetics ministry. Prior to my exposure to RZIM I didn’t fully understand that there is a historical and scientific case for my belief in Christ. https://www.rzim.org/ Since that time I have come to a much better understanding of the story that has unfolded across thousands of years.
business AND Data
I have spent the last twenty years of my career in large part reporting on, designing, integrating, warehousing, and transforming enterprise data into meaningful business insight. I have significant experience in business mergers and acquisitions and knowledge that covers both the business and technical side of the data. At this stage in my career I am very interested in helping those in the younger generation who want to make data their profession. Around retirement age I intend to make a transition to giving back through the following.
Psychology, Philosophy, and Christian apologetics
I have been interested in Psychology and Philosophy for a long time, but the study in earnest began when I was led back to a relationship with God. These are areas that science doesn’t do an adequate job of explaining. My personal motto for these studies are to never be afraid to go where the truth leads.