A little about me To start, the name I use comes from who I am, an attempt to answer the question ' and what do you do?' I am a singer, a voice crying in the wilderness, a psalmist trying to use the gift God has given me for His glory. (The name actually came from my wife in the Native American tradition.) I have written some songs and sing others as part of worship. I have even filled in for our pastor with 'Singing Sermons' which combine God's Word with musical interpretation. I have also sung in and directed choirs and even filled in as vocalist with the praise band at church. While I will listen to most forms of music, I prefer what is called contemporary Christian. Among my favorites are Michael Card, Twila Paris, and Petra. I do have a day job as an association executive with a nonprofit. I grew up in and around NYC (Lets Go Mets) and moved around a bit before my wife and I settled in East Tennessee (Go Vols). We've been married 32 years; no human children, but our Eskimo dog is treated like one. My wife is an artist, a very accomplished pen-and-ink illustrator who recently discovered Adobe PhotoShop. But mostly, I am a sinner saved by Grace; a begger telling other beggers where to find food.