Where to begin? In Everyday Life, I am a Captain in The Salvation Army. What does that mean? It means that in addition to being the administrator of a local branch of one of the largest human services organizations in the world, I am also an ordained minister and responsible for a small local congregation.
I am happily married to my wife of over ten years, and we enjoy watching cooking and home improvement shows on TV together and the occasional movie in the theater.
As if that weren't enough, I enjoy role-playing games, having cut my teeth so to speak on Original Advanced Dungeons and Dragons. I am not a D&D basher, rather, I am a proud member of the Christian Gamer's Guild (CGG).
When I'm not doing that, I also play a little with the Society for Creative Anachronism, where I'm known as Brother Cleireac of Inisliath. This persona has also given rise to a character I'm playing in an on-line pulp-oriented rpg, one Brother Clary, a Texas itinerant preacher with a knack for getting into trouble. That's his picture that graces my page.