About The Author


Jason is a safety professional with over 20 years experience in nuclear power generation, oil refinement, heavy industrial, and light commercial construction industries. He has worked as an Emergency Medical Technician responding to 911 calls via hospital ambulance services. Jason has also been the Director of Mission and Outreach at his local church for the past five years and fills in as a supply speaker to nearby churches…

Okay… I can’t speak in third person about myself any longer.  Trying to sum up who I am is a complicated affair. I am a musician. I am a photographer. I am a leader. I am a husband. I am a father. I do not claim to do all of these things well. Nor do I claim to do any of these things well. I do not even feel comfortable calling myself any of these titles save for husband and father. I do not play my bass guitar well, but I do play, so other musicians call me.. musician. I am not a professional photographer, but I have on occasion taken some really good photos. I do not enjoy calling myself a leader, but others look to me to lead at times.

I have spent the last 20 years protecting men and women from themselves, their work, and their environment. I have spent several years teaching others about the saving grace and love of our Lord, while learning and growing in it myself. And I have spent time in the back of an ambulance, attempting, and sometimes succeeding in saving lives.

I used to describe my job(s) in this way…

I spend Monday through Friday trying to save people’s lives and prevent their injury. On Saturdays I tried to save their lives after they were injured. And on Sundays I tried to save their souls.

And finally I am a husband and father.  Those two can be the hardest, yet most rewarding jobs there are.

Now I am most of these things… as well as a seminary student.

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