Andy is a writer, Quaker minister, chicken-keeper, and distraught Reds fan. He holds degrees from Barclay College and Earlham School of Religion, and is a doctoral student studying Open and Relational Theology. He carries a special concern for rural leaders, leading to his recently published book Recovering Abundance: Twelve Practices for Small-Town Leaders. Andy has also trained in spiritual direction, labyrinth facilitation, conflict transformation, and entrepreneurial ministry. A native Buckeye, Andy now lives in East Tennessee with his spouse, Ashlyn, their blue heeler Cassie, and their laying hens.
- M.Div., Earlham School of Religion
- B.S. Theology, Barclay College
- Quaker leadership
- Rural renewal
- Open and relational theology
Recovering Abundance: Twelve Practices for Small-Town Leaders (Fortress Press, 2022)