The author makes his home in California’s Central Valley region, considered the most productive agricultural areas in the world. The pace of life is even slower than the Salinas Valley, a place he called home for more than half of his 30ish years. (“Why do I consistently end up among the row crops?” he opined recently.)
He works for a nonprofit foster care agency and when he isn’t doing that, he struggles through Greek as a first-year Master of Divinity student at Fuller Seminary.
This blog is made possible by the author’s wife, who keeps generous amounts of organic, shade-grown coffee on hand, and by readers like you, who support his overinflated ego.