With eleven children, ranging from four to thirty-four, I always have stories. I asked my youngest what she wanted to be when she grew up. “I want to be five,” Aliah told me. I can’t get enough of children in my home, so in my spare time, I drive a school bus for preschoolers and I love it. On Sundays, I drive an hour to a Native American Reservation. At All Tribes Assembly, I conduct a children's service. They are special to me.
My full-time job is a freelance writer. My first book, “Night to Knight” is about a guy who rescues children without the knowledge of his wife and teen daughter. His wife becomes suspicious and his daughter rebellious. He must make a decision: rescue children or rescue his family.
As a freelance writer, I write for the Press and Dakotan, a newspaper in Yankton, South Dakota. I’ve also written for a livestock magazine out of Rapid City, South Dakota.
Stephen King said, “If you don’t have time to read, you don’t have time to write.” I agree and so I read and review books on a regular basis. You can find my book reviews at randyreview.blogspot.com
. . . contemplation and prayer help us be more aware of God's presence. When we pause to listen for God's stirring within us and around us, we are more equipped for the action of serving, of being the hands and feet of Christ." (Preorder One Breath at a Time)