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|Occupation||Architect, Evangelist,, and Commentator|
|Location||Horsham, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Introduction||A "Tentmaking Evangelist" credentialed as an ordained minister (Anchor Bay Evangelistic Association - non-denominational). Co-Founder of Kingdom Gospel Ministries, Inc. in its 38th year with a mission to reconcile people of different racial, ethnic, educational, and economic situations. Produces three weekly radio programs - edgy dramas, Sunday morning verse-by-verse Bible expository preaching, and messages derived from current events. He has archived many radio programs and written articles on the Internet and preached at numerous churches. A PA/NJ Architect with his own practice in its 44th year working on a wide variety of projects including churches, convenience stores, residences, and academies as well as industrial and recreational enterprises. Helped in property acquisitions and worked with real estate investors. Acutely interested in politics since a teenager with many articles published over the years as well as a long running political blog. Was an invited writer for Community Voices in the Philadelphia Inquirer. Guest on a Talk Radio show discussing race relations and on "It's Your Call", a TV show with Lynn Doyle dealing with the subject of interethnic marriage.|
|Interests||Design and excellence in the built environment. Bible study, prayer. preaching. Radio Productions. Drama (acting). Small Groups, Debating, Racial, Economic, and Denominational Reconciliation. Reading, especially historical fiction.|
|Favorite Movies||Pride and Prejudice, Back to the Future, the Prince and the Pauper, The Gospel According to Matthew, One Night With the King, The Red Balloon..|
|Favorite Music||Worship music directed to God as opposed to singing about ourselves and our issues, Beethoven, Schubert, Late 1800's Russian, classical gospel, a capella, smooth jazz.|
|Favorite Books||The Bible by the Holy Spirit, Prophet by Frank Peretti, River of Redemption by Ann Gabhart, Historical Fiction from the 1800's, Christian and Amish fiction, and many others. I try to read 2 books or more every week.|
What's the most amount of sand you've ever had in your swimming trunks?
Hardly any - I like the mountains more than the shore though I like looking at the ocean.