When I was in the 4th grade, living in Tacoma, Washington, I discovered the radio. I immediately knew my life's calling. Rock Star. I began honing my craft on our little spinet piano and air jamming in front of the mirror in my bedroom. At the age of 10, in my own mind, I was famous.
When I was in the 12th grade, at a Young Life camp in the Colorado Rockies, I discovered the person of Jesus Christ. I immediately knew that my life's calling had changed. Music was still a big deal to me. But Jesus had become a bigger deal. And I sensed that God had a new and exciting adventure ahead for me, and it had more to do with making Him famous.
Decades later, the adventure continues. I live in an old red house in Holland, Michigan. I serve on the worship arts team at Central Wesleyan Church, where I lead worship for people of all ages, here on campus or wherever. I also have a home studio where I spend many hours writing, recording, and just hanging out with God at my piano.
When I'm not making music, I'm looking for a good movie to watch, a good book to read, a bag of salty chips to munch on, a nice trail to bike on, or an opportunity to hang out with friends and family.
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