Perhaps the most impacting time of my life was spent at Indiana Bible College (2005-2009) where I graduated with a B.A. in Biblical Studies. After college, I moved back to Arkansas and joined my father  running the family business. In 2015 I became the Chief Operations Officer of ABC Block and Brick Inc. In 2013 Kim and I were married in Sacramento, California. This was the best decision of my life.

In 2016 I graduated from Apostolic School of Theology/Wilson University/Hope International University with a Masters of Arts in Ministry and Leadership. Currently, I live in Little Rock, Arkansas where I attend Regent University School of Business and Leadership working to obtain my DSL in Strategic Leadership.

I received my ALJC General license in 2009 and Credentials in 2015. I have assisted churches in pastoral transitions, served on Axiom Ministries staff and founded Resolute Young Adults. If you get a chance to check out my old remix songs, they are useful tools for youth ministry. The album is called "Desecularization." Google it.

 I was elected ALJC Arkansas District Youth President in 2013, and now hold the office of a presbyter for section 2 in Arkansas District. I serve on Stumbo Ministries board of directors, a mission work that builds disciples in the greater St. Petersburg, Russia area. 

 After multiple conversations with family and mentors, my wife and I founded Anax inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and expansion of Apostolic education. This organization has grown to operate across borders, impacting the greater mission in the United States and abroad. Through the members of Anax, we have been able to plant discipleship centers and satellites throughout central Arkansas, provide funding to Apostolic educational initiatives, and support broader educational efforts. Our mission is to use this shared-team leadership model to expand discipleship centers beyond regional borders and have a global impact.