About Me

I’m my dad’s and mom’s son. I’m a child of the King. I’m my bride’s husband of 31 years. I’m a dad to two awesome kids. I help Pastors and Church Finance Leaders.

I worked 22 years in the secular accounting world where I was responsible for Income Statements with revenues in excess of $100 million and Balance Sheets in excess of $150 million – with domestic and international operations.

Those 22 years prepared me for what came next in my career – my work for the local church. I was blessed to have worked for a growing church for 8 years as their Business Admin and Director of Celebrate Recovery. I also served as the Finance Team Chair for 7 years prior to on-boarding. I served in the sound booth as well.

While serving at my church, attendance grew from 150 to over 800 and our budget grew from $200,000 to over $1,700,000. We launched ministries. We added staff. We built another church and moved. We went to multiple services post-move, we built another building. Best of all, I had a front row seat to life change!

Those 15 years at the church prepared me for what was to come next in my life – blogging and helping other churches.

Listen, I was born with a disability, but by the Grace of God, I never let this stop me from doing what I wanted to do. I firmly believe that anyone can do anything they want to if they put their mind and heart into it. Disability does not equal inability. I was employed full-time for 30 years before transitioning to ‘consulting’ work.

Check out this page to find out how I may serve you.

 

If it wasn’t for my disability, I would have never discovered my strengths and what God was calling me to.

 

 

 

 

6 Comments


  1. Great testimony my brother to the faithfulness of our Lord. I count it a wonderful blessing to know you and to have had the privilege of working with you for the Lord in that small church. May God continue to bless you and your dear family – and may He continue to use your excellent talents for His glory!

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    1. David, thank you for your kind words my friend. The privilege was all mine.

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  2. Your a good man Robert and been a good friend through the years. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Hey John. Was telling my daughter just last night about something you did at Wendy’s back in the day.
      Thanks for your friendship through the years.

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  3. Hey big brother. It’s great being your sister. Pray for only God’s blessings on you and your family!

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    1. Hey Robin, the privilege is all mine. You’re a blessing!

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