Steve's first Christian book was RUN!
It's Jesus Calling. A book that exposes the unbiblical nature
of the Jesus Calling devotional. Focusing on scripture, Steve
shows that Jesus Calling is a devotional book that should
be avoided. His second book shows the path to happiness taught by
Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount.
Before becoming a Christian Steve spent decades "searching"
for god, studying the major religions with the presupposition that
all religions lead to god. Then, at the age of 49, God reached out,
gave him a new heart and new eyes to see that Jesus... the true
Jesus of the Bible, was the only way. Recognizing his sinful wretchedness,
Steve repented and turned to Jesus alone as his Savior and Lord.
Steve is currently a missionary serving as the pastor of Cannon
Beach Bible Church, a small church in Cannon Beach, Oregon. He
is also the executive director of the Move to Assurance (MTA)
ministry. This ministry is involved in outreach, training, and apologetics.
He has graduated from Multnomah Seminary where he earned a Certificate
in Bible. He also has an engineering degree from the University of
Massachusetts and an MBA from Western New England University.
Videos produced by the Cannopn Beach Bible Church and the MTA ministry
can be seen on their YouTube channel: Move
Steve is also currently involved in building the Dinosaur
Tracker Field Station -- A Creation Museum. Scheduled to open
in 2018. It will be a "dinosaur" experience designed to
answer questions about Genesis and creation, while also leading
visitors to the story of Jesus as foreshadowed by Noah's Ark.
The following is a video of Steve sharing the gospel at a funeral.
The song is a truly incredible song called "Sorry I Never Knew
You" sung by Bob Clibbon.
In addition to his involvement in apologetics and evangelism, Steve
uses his background in science and engineering to teach about creation,
evolution, and the impact evolutionary thought has on our culture.
Here is one of his first videos about evolution and the Bible being totally incompatible: