First, I was born. Then I grew up. It was not until I was in my second year of college that I ever did anything worth mentioning in a biography.
Somewhat depressed and confused, in my sophomore year at Shepherd University an hour outside of the nation's capital I began to read philosophy and apologetics. Faith growing, I soon became a leader of two campus ministries. One was Ratio Christi, a worldwide student apologetics ministry, for which I served as Vice President of SU's chapter. Now, a year after graduation, I am taking what I learned in college and applying it. Not anything I learned in class, but rather, what I learned in my own personal study, and from the brilliant minds I studied with and under on our own time while I was at my small, secular, liberal university.