You know what you do. I can help you do it better.
You are rediscovering who you are. I can help you become your best self.
Wherever you are geographically, if your team needs to capture its vision, or your spirit is needy of guidance, or your church needs reviving, contact me for a free consultation. Let's see where my expertise and experience can help you.
I am driven by two questions: How should one live? How can I help others become the best version of what they are meant to be?
My happiest moments are when I get to see you integrated, whole, and free, completely "in flow" while doing what you love, and I've had a hand in making it happen.
Most of my work is in vision casting, team and spiritual coaching, teaching, and systems design and implementation. I listen well, gather and process vast swaths of information, and communicate precisely so that your perspective sharpens and shifts.
Co-Founder and Teacher
School for Seekers
Independent Writer & Consultant
Pastor of Discipleship and Spiritual Formation
Covenant of the Cross
Six session course or weekend retreat exploring 13 ideas about God that help us have interactive relationship and a joyful life.
Helps participants discover how their actions reveal their actual beliefs, and distinguish their beliefs from the ideas they think shape their lives (but probably don’t). Can be extended to include basic principles of critical thinking, logic, and argument evaluation.
Two Halves (and One Wall) of Life explores and assesses spiritual maturity and explains the trajectory interior growth takes. The course helps participants take action toward growth and grounding.
Two Halves also works as a single presentation focused on explaining spiritual maturity and how to get it.
Grounded in Victor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning, participants rethink what it means to suffer, identify suffering in their own lives, and find ways to discover meaning and redemption in the midst of pain.
What it means to be creative, and how to nurture creativity in daily living.
Presentation on seeing both the material world and the nonmaterial divine world in daily life, and how living in both develops joy and relationship.
Presents the Bible as a history of God’s desire for relationship with humanity and creation.
Surveys the multiple streams of Western and Eastern Christianity, providing context for participants’ own ideas and encouraging their exploring others’.
A theological anthropology that incorporates the spiritual, physical, and emotional aspects of life, creating the foundation for interactive life with God, healthy bodily relationships, and the possibility of change.
An introduction to classic spiritual disciplines and contemporary spiritual practices that enable transformation, presented playfully and experimentally.