What's your favorite place you've visited?
My favorite place to visit was Frankfurt Germany during Christmas and being able to attend their Christmas festival with my family.
Other than Jesus, what historical figure would you most like to meet?
Abraham Lincoln - Although loved by many, some felt he was unqualified for presidential office, arguing he lacked the experience and strength necessary to run this country. His wife was the least favored of the Washington, D.C. socialites and was ostracized and ridiculed by the other political wives. During their marriage, Mary and Abraham buried three of their four boys, and depression and anxiety darkened not only their family life but his presidency as well. But aside from the death of their sons, perhaps the harshest reality Lincoln carried lay with the Civil War casualties. Nearly 750,000 men, women, and boys died fighting over states' rights and slavery during those four brutal years. Lincoln sacrificed much for a greater good, and after 150 years, this man remains a legend.
What are a few of your hobbies?
I love to play golf, which is one of the most frustrating sports designed by man, but one that is a lot of fun to play with friends.
What do you love most about First Lubbock?
I love First Lubbock because of the team we have in place here. I love the welcoming atmosphere of people in west Texas and the relationships and friendships that develop because people are so warm and inviting.
What would you say to a guest to encourage them on their journey to finding a church home?
We are a vibrant, growing congregation where you will find people that are warm and inviting. If you join us for Sunday school you will find small groups that will reach out to you and want you to become part of the family of faith. You will find great ministry programs for your youth, middle schoolers, preteens, children, and preschoolers. Our church has a heart for being on mission together, and I hope that you will come and join us.