My book title, My Best for Him, provides a statement about my life in Christ. I have not always been the best of Christians and have committed my share of sins and behavior unbecoming to a person of faith. Rather, my early life was a series of “falling away,” putting myself ahead of Jesus, but coming back to His grace and mercy. God has always had a way of nudging me back on his path, and I am eternally grateful that he has. I have had many “hims” and “hers” in my life, including my parents, my wife Sherry, teachers, coaches, and mentors. This is a story about always trying to do my best for them, but ultimately doing my best for God.