It is the glory of God to conceal things,
but the glory of kings is to search things out.
I love to learn, and what I love to learn about most lies where the areas of outdoor recreation, human development, spirituality, and experiential education intersect. I want to know how people grow and change through outdoor experiences, especially those in remote wilderness settings. I want to know how people experience and relate to God through the outdoors. I want to know how people learn and how learning leads to transformation. And not only do I want to learn about these things, but I want to use, and to help others use, the knowledge gained through research in the real-world scenarios that outdoor recreation professionals face every day.