I became a Christian in the 1950s and initially planned to enter Christian ministry – a plan that changed after I received an experience with the Holy Spirit and a call to evangelism as a member of The Pilgrims – probably the first Christian rock band. The band toured extensively throughout the 1960s, carrying the gospel into dingy night clubs, large concert halls, churches, town halls and all manner of youth venues throughout the UK and in Ireland.
After leaving the band, I began a long career in corporate management and eventually formed my own business. I am now retired. I have served in church leadership, written and published a number of articles on business and on the Christian faith. I have also served in Christian musical ministry as a guitarist and singer. I now live near Bristol, where I am an active member of a lively and growing Anglican church.
I class myself as a lifelong student of the Bible and continue to probe its teachings and its mysteries.
A former business colleague once observed that I seemed to have an urge to communicate. I did, and I still do. Indie publishing gives me an outlet for that inner urge. But it's not just for me - I sincerely hope that my books will help many people to grow in their faith.