about me

I was born and raised in the “famous city” of Danville, VA (home of Charles Stanley) where I met my smokin hot, drop-dead gorgeous wife Nicole, who is from Pensacola, FL—home of the world’s whitest, most pristine beaches (so she says). I hoodwinked her into finally grumbling a yes right after my rendition of a beautifully pieced oration of a proposal. I gave her no time to change her mind and we were married in January of 2004. In February of 2006, the Red Cross informed us we were going to have a baby and after nine months of puking, out popped our pride and joy—Haley. She’s a chicken loving, shoe wearing, purse carrying, tobyMac listening, Nemo and Dory movie freak-aholic. I think we’re going to send her to get professional help about this movie thing. Our newest addition came not from a call by the Red Cross, but from a weekend puke session. Nicole survived yet another 9 grueling months of screaming at the toilet and out popped Emory on June 29, 2009—in the hospital not the toilet. What a boring world this would be if all children were the same. Emy is the polar opposite of Haley. She can best be described as a baby billy goat eating everything in sight. Her favorite things to eat are broccoli and her own toes.

I am currently working as a general manager at Chick-fil-A Peachtree at Collier in the A-town down of Georgia. The coolest part of working at Chick-fil-A is the fact that Haley thinks I work with “THE” Cow although she is horrified of him. Literally…she says, “Haley cry!” I teach Sunday School at the amazing First Baptist Church Woodstock where I was mentored by the blazing hot, tasmanian indian screaming preacher, better known as Pastor Johnny Hunt (the most godliest man I know) in 2008. You might have heard of it; it’s a small church of about 15,000 members.

I love big cities, chocolate chip cookies, movies, muscle cars, the color green, Starbucks white chocolate mocha, books, banana republic, and anything that Nicole cooks. She’s a 5 diamond master elite chef that can flat tear it up in the kitchen.

When I am not at work, I love spending time with Nicole, Haley, and Emory. I love to read and as you might of guessed, I’m a nerd. My absolute favorite hobby is my beautiful wife (YEAH, YOU READ THAT RIGHT), but if I can ever get around to it, I enjoy rock climbing, mountain biking, and scuba diving. Oh yeah, and don’t forget golf, tennis, and racquetball—these don’t require life insurance.

my Favorite Preachers: in no specific order . . .
• Daniel Akin
• Mark Driscoll
• J.D. Greear
• Johnny Hunt
• Timothy Keller
• John MacArthur
• Adrian Rogers
• Robert Smith

my Favorite Teachers: in no specific order . . .
• William Lane Craig
• Norman Geisler
• Gary Habermas
• Peter Kreeft
• J.P. Moreland
• Alvin Plantinga
• Ravi Zacharias

my Favorite Authors: in no specific order . . .
• E.M. Bounds
• C.S. Lewis
• Jerry Bridges
• John Piper
• Paul D. Tripp
• Thomas Aquinas

my Favorite Movies: in no specific order . . .
• The Emperor’s New Groove
• The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly
• Lord of the Rings Trilogy
• The Princess & The Pirate
• Tombstone
• Top Gun

my Favorite Music: in no specific order . . .
• The Beatles
• Chris Tomlin
• Coldplay
• Eric Clapton
• Frank Sinatra
• The Fray
• The Rolling Stones

my Favorite Sports Teams:
• NCAA Basketball – Duke Blue Devils
• NCAA Football – Virginia Tech Hokies (my wife is turning me into a Florida Gator)
• NBA – Phoenix Suns (Hill & Nash)
• MLB – Atlanta Braves
• NHL – Detroit Red Wings

my Favorite O.T. Verse:
Joshua 1:8 This book of the law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it; for then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have success.

my Favorite N.T. Verse:
John 14:21 He who has My commandments and keeps them is the one who loves Me; and he who loves Me will be loved by My Father, and I will love him and will disclose Myself to him.

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Comments
  1. I found your blog by accident. From one Jeremy Davidson to another, nice to meet you.

  2. Jessica says:

    Hi there,
    I’d like to make a request for photo rights for a presentation I’m putting together. Could you give me some contact information so we could talk about that?
    Thanks,
    Jessica

  3. So glad I found your blog, and I look forward to reading. Your family sounds a lot like ours, except we have both boys, and ours are 10 and 14. We live in Ga and are also great “fans” of your pastor and place of employment. It’s so neat we have a “blogosphere” where we can “meet” people of similar tastes, hobbies and even faith. It’s nice to meet you.

    • I notice, now, after going to your home page, it has been a very long time since you entered on this blog. You have a great gift of writing and a wonderful presentation of faith. If you’ve moved to another blog site, please let me know where. If you have simply put your writing aside, I would encourage you to begin again. The world needs to hear what you have to say…

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