I am really not great at writing bios.
For fun, I spend time playing with my dogs, Arthur and Sophie, and dreaming of reclaiming old hobbies. I also love spending time with my wife and hosting good friends over for dinner.
Other loves include: riding motorcycles, cooking, reading, writing, listening to music, playing music, art, architecture, traveling, and football (of both kinds).
I hold a degree in English Literature (w/ Honors) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where I focused my studies mostly on late Medieval and Early Modern literature, and an M.Div. from the School of Theology at Sewanee, the University of the South. I’ve studied in the United Kingdom twice– once at the University of York, and once at Westcott House, University of Cambridge.
In 2010, I co-founded the now inactive site Faith Line Protestants, which acted as a resource for those exploring the intersection of evangelism, service, and interfaith cooperation. My work has also appeared on the Huffington Post, RELEVANT Magazine, and the Washington Post’s “On Faith” blog.
I currently serve on staff at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Birmingham, AL.