About

This is my personal website. It is focused on “Christian Happiness”. Real Christians are mostly happy most of the time and this blog is focused on helping people do that in this messy world. I am an Alabama fan, a Star Trek geek, and one thing I find very comforting is picking my nose.

I’ve been blogging since 2007. Sometimes I’ve been consistent and sometimes I’ve been MIA. As a solopreneur and someone who likes to keep my priorities straight (God, family, and then business), I want to let you know that my online work is “consistently inconsistent”. I will do my best to give you relevant and engaging posts and podcasts.

My blog has changed as my life has changed. The first phase was when I was very excited about implementing “Getting Things Done” by David Allen. The second phase was when I was a contract legal tech trainer and was blogging about those topics. The current phase is my personal pursuit to help more Christians be happier. If you want to be happier in Jesus, you’ve come to the right place.

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My Top Posts:

3 Steps to Producing Powerful Passwords

The Little Known iPad Keyboard You’ll Love

4 Funny (and Totally True) Tales from A Law Firm Trainer

My Bio:

For my Professional Bio, please see my LinkedIn Profile. And now, taking a page from Michele Cushatt, I’d like to get real with you.

Both my parents were public school teachers and I said that I would never be a teacher. But over time I found that teaching technology was what I was born to do. It really is.

I have been married for 26 years divorced since 2011.

I am the Dad of 5 wonderful kids.

I love Jesus and am an awesome imperfect, but sincere Christian (for more details see testimony).

I am a 12 time Ironman 1 time Sprint Triathlon finisher.

I live in Fultondale (just outside of Birmingham), AL and for those of you who love football, I have two words for you: Roll Tide!

My Contact info:

You can contact me via email or follow me on Twitter.

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

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