“Hardly anyone knows this, but I’m really quite famous.”
I write, speak, help people laugh, and sing a little. But I do have a day-job as the President of LOGOI Ministries–founded by my dad back in 1968. Dad is now hanging out with Jesus and left the day-to-day LOGOI responsibilities to me. Dad loved life almost as much as he loved Jesus and I’m trying to do the same.
I’ve performed my “Ed”ertainment concerts in just about every state in the U.S., wrote a humor column for a Miami newspaper, won a nationwide singing contest and have over 30 songs on iTunes…which appear to be some sort of secret.
I have a popular YouTube video (search “solo trumpet duet”) and dozens of my humorous parenting articles have been published in newspapers and magazines. My book, “Monkeys in My Coconut Tree” was a 2016 International Book Awards Silver Medal Winner and I’ve now embarked on writing a series of true children’s stories inspired by people and events from LOGOI’s ministry. Oh, I once ate an asparagus (it was an accident).
A few months after graduating from Wheaton College (where I “donated” two knees to the football program), I married my college sweetheart. The Lord blessed us with three absolutely incredible and now fully grown kids. God’s blessings continue as new members by marriage and birth are adding to our numbers. What joy!
As Ruth Graham so wisely stated, we are all “under construction.” One day, construction will be complete. That will be the day I get to move into my new home where every tear will be wiped away. There will be no more death or sorrow or crying or pain. All these things will be gone forever (Revelation 21:4). That will be the best day of my life!