- B.S., 1999, Indiana Wesleyan University
- M.Div., 2004, Asbury Theological Seminary
- Ph.D., 2012, Princeton Theological Seminary
"Our Lives as Well: Teaching Preaching as a Formative Christian Practice" PhD Dissertation, 2012
Ask to Listen Study Guide. Indianapolis, IN: Wesleyan Publishing House, 2011.
Editor of The Wesleyan Church's website for preaching wesleyansermons.com
Member of the convening committee for the Hermeneutics and Biblical Studies Group, Academy of Homiletics
Current Research Interests: Christian practices as a unified way of life, effects of social media on preaching to youth, Ricouer's phenomenological hermeneutic as a resource for creative preaching, and Levinas' relational philosophy as an ethical guide for homiletics.