Kevin has a BS in Earth Science from Montana State University and a MS in Geology from Washington State University. He also studied for a year at Covenant Theological Seminary, and holds a teaching certificate from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. His Masters research involved the study of Quaternary (ice age) volcanic ash deposits in the Channeled Scablands and Palouse Hills area of eastern Washington.
Kevin has 8 years experience as an educator at classical-model, Catholic, and international schools. He and his wife served for over five years as a missionary in Romania with ReachGlobal, a mission agency of the EFCA. During those years he taught chemistry, physics, earth science and life science at Bucharest Christian Academy. Since 1998 he has served as a Senior Cartographer, Geospatial Analyst, and Natural Resources Specialist with the United States federal government.
Kevin is the author of Earth Science: God’s World, Our Home. He writes the blog GeoChristian, and holds membership in the Geological Society of America, the American Scientific Affiliation, and the Affiliation of Christian Geologists. He has four adult children and lives with his wife in Montana.