My career started in youth ministry. Coming out of college at the University of Mary Hardin Baylor with a Christian Ministry degree, that just made sense. I served in vocational ministry for about 8 years and in that time I got married, had 2 wild and crazy boys, and purchased a new home. Eventually, I felt it was time to make a change.
After that, I built a small woodworking business which has provided an amazing creative outlet, and I spent some time working with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
All of these experiences led me to Real Estate, which I love because I have the opportunity to help people in one of the most important decisions of their lives. Buying a home is amazing but ultimately, home ownership cannot save your soul. Jesus can, though, and I love introducing people to Him, too.