If you could, what would you do to help make the world better and why?
- Encourage people to think humbly, honestly, and seek knowledge of Truth.
What has been your greatest moment in life so far, athletically and non-athletically?
- My athletic emotional high was winning the Moose Jaw City League finals in high school playing for the CHS Cougars, but there were many other great moments. Being apart of the 2012/13 Clipper team that went 19-1 and finished with an ACAC bronze medal was also very special to me.
- Marrying my wife, Amy, and taking my son, Pippen, home for the first time are two special moments to me.
- Every moment I learn more about the truth of God, this world and humanity, and myself is also very special to me.
Who are 5 famous people that you would like to spend a day with, dead or alive?
- To name five of many: Sergei Rachmaninoff, Elon Musk, Plato, Albert Einstein, and Jesus in his resurrected body.
Best advice you have received? Best advice you would give someone?
- One bit of advice: Humble yourself, obey the Lord, seek the Truth.
What Bible verse have you been most impacted by and why?
- Many, but this one more than others as of late, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths.” (Proverbs 3:5,6)
What is your career ambition?
- To be a scholaticus, entrepreneur and patron.
Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why?
- Impossible to name one, but some of the biggest influences are: Bud Elford (grandpa) and my family, Amy Wolverton (wife), James Muir (visiting Briercrest Philosophy Professor), the many good friends I've made throughout the years. All of whom have encouraged me to obey God, seek knowledge of Truth, and learn to love.