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What place would you like to visit before you die…and why?
Japan and Africa. I’ve always wanted to experience the cultures and people in those countries.
What famous person do people tell you that you look like?
People have said (depending on the decade) I look like (comedian) Bill Cosby, (former detroit Piston) John Salley.
What was your childhood ambition?
As a child, I wanted to speak several languages, compete in the Olympics as a gymnast. Kurt Thomas, Olga Korbut and Nadia Commanechi were very inspiring to me!
What’s your favorite TV series?
When did you first come to TCI?
Favorite season? Why?
I love autumn for the relief from summer and the changing of the world seen by the colors of the leaves. I like the coolness on sunny days…
What’s one of your proudest moments?
Performing on stage as a featured artist with my parents and wife in the audience of harlem’s Apollo Theater in New York!
What’s your biggest challenge?
Staying personally progressive, living the Word of God out in “shoe leather”.
What inspires you?
Children inspire me! They always have a “can do” attitude and resiliency I can only remember!
Favorite Flavor of ice cream?
Your first job?
Cleaning a beauty salon age 9
What’s one book that has impacted you?
The Magic of Thinking Big by David Schwartz
Why did you first come to TCI? Why Did you Stay?
I liked Pastor Miles: real talk, no”‘pie in the sky” teachings. I appreciate that. >There were (are) a lot of men when usually women dominate a church’s membership. > The Encounter weekends are NOT TO BE MISSED! They represent some of the most relevant ministry I’ve seen in a church. For real.
What would you say you do here? What is your role at TCI?
I get to help people worship God by assisting with the Band. I play piano there. I also get to reach the brothers (men) at the Men’s Encounter Weekend Functions when I facilitate one of the modules.