About Douglas Ernest Woolley
born in New York and had a wonderful childhood living in Croton-on-Hudson.
After my father took early retirement when I was 10, my family moved to southern
Florida where I excelled in sports and academics. In middle school, I was
named as the "Most Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year." As a senior in
high school, I was ranked number one in Florida in both mathematics and computer
programming. It was during these teenage years that I entered into a
personal relationship with Jesus and started to grow spiritually. Since
then, I have grown exponentially in the Lord and in the Word of God (the Bible).
I graduated from University of South Florida with an Engineering degree in
Computer Science, and now work for Verizon as a Systems Engineer. I met my wife
Marsha at the end of 1998, and we've been married since June 3, 2000.
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Personality: Some words that would describe my
personality are happy, joyful, content, confident, god-fearing, devoted,
generous, frugal, introvert, people-person, clean, thinker, logical,
analytical, problem-solver, studious, precise, tough-minded, tolerant,
goal-oriented, focused, organized, determined, competitive, energetic,
dependable, reliable, consistent, responsible, and stable.
Almost always I have a smile on my face,
reflecting the joy and happiness that is in my heart and my contentment with
life. I rely upon God who directs and inspires my life, and thus I exude
confidence. I am devoted to God and to those that He has entrusted to
my care. Realizing that God has given so much to me, I am generous with my
finances, talents, and time. Although I do enjoy nice things, I am also frugal
at times to be able to afford nice things and to be generous. Although by
nature I am more of an introvert, treasuring my alone time, I often get
motivated to be with people to get to know them or care for them or teach them
or to exchange life with them. As a “people-person,” I enjoy meeting new
people and re-establishing contact with friends. Unless I am leading a group
discussion (which I enjoy), I prefer one-on-one interaction more than
participating within a group of people. My environment and my appearance are
clean, and I dress appropriately and nicely for gatherings, yet I am not
particular about my clothing—I don’t need a new outfit every month, just nice
clean clothes that fit.
Having been “gifted” with a high IQ, I
often think much about topics of interest to me. Having excelled in
mathematics and computers in high school and college, I often think very
logically and analytically in relation to daily life as well. I enjoy solving
problems when they arise. I have been very studious throughout my school
years, and I continue to be ever-learning and studious in my religious
studies, work, and extra-curricula projects. I am very precise in my
calculations, thoughts, and words and base my conclusions on solid facts,
observations, and research of reliable sources. As a result, I often become
tough-minded in my views, having become certain about them after much thought
and research. Over the years I have learned to be more tolerant of those that
have different opinions, yet I am always open to a friendly discussion or
I am very goal-oriented and focused on
accomplishing my goals on a daily basis. Coupled with good organizing and
planning skills, I have determination to accomplish the tasks on my list and
to reach my long-range goals, derived from my perceived purpose in life. I
have been competitive in the past in both school and sports, and I still
exhibit competitiveness but more in a fashion of doing the best that I can,
while encouraging others who are in the “same race.” I exude energy to work
toward my goals, and I take pleasure in every small task that gets
accomplished. I am very dependable and reliable in my relationships and in the
tasks with which I am entrusted. In fact, at my job I have been consistently
on-time and available for work everyday (without needing a “sick day”) for
years. (Perhaps I was late once by a few minutes for a good reason).
Regardless of the events going on in my life, I am responsible to fulfill the
obligations that are required of me, and thus I am very stable.
October 16, 1966 at 5:56 p.m.
North Tarrytown, NY
Phelps Memorial Hospital Center
Stanley & Sigrid Woolley
I grew-up in the village of Croton-on-Hudson, NY in a nice two
story house with a large pool, both of which my father physically built with
some help. The home resided on a quarter acre of property with part of it in
the woods that I enjoyed exploring. As I graduated from Carrie E. Tompkins
Elementary School in June of 1977, my father took early retirement and moved
our family to Coral Springs, Florida
(just north of Fort Lauderdale).
My parents loved each other and their 3 children. Some of my favorite
memories as a child with my family include: going to Playland amusement park
(and other amusement parks), going to the beach, going to Tante Hilde's
Foodstand that had a huge pool owned by her relatives, filling our own pool
with water in the summer and then swimming in it, building a club house in our
backyard, exploring the woods in our rural area, celebrating Christmas,
playing in the snow, having birthday parties, playing baseball, and playing
with my friends. As time permitted, I also enjoyed watching
my favorite TV shows. What a wonderful childhood!
I received my first Polaroid instant camera for my 7th
I was excited to take some pictures:
My loving parents:
Stanley & Sigrid Woolley
in Croton-on-Hudson, NY
My mom putting together a jigsaw puzzle
with her young children:
Doug (7), Craig (6), Brad (5)
My Aunt Dotty (my father's sister) and
my grandmother (Grandma Woolley)
The Woolley kids with some of the special
for Christmas in
Croton-on-Hudson, NY, in 1974
Christmas Eve was the most special time of the year for
us! For as long as I can remember, our family always celebrated
Christmas on Christmas Eve. We usually had our favorite
relatives over for this joyous event: Uncle Charlie, Aunt Hilde, and
Cousin Rick. For most of our early childhood, we actually thought
that it was Santa Claus that brought us many of the gifts, and we always
went searching for him and his sleigh in my father's car. When we
returned home, we realized that he had come and we somehow missed him in
our pursuit. Although we did attend Sunday School regularly, looking back
I wish we would have incorporated more of the true Christmas story into our
family traditions. I do value the effort that our relatives made to join us for Christmas Eve
celebration and the opening of the gifts. These are values and traditions that we
still hold to this day.
Chris Williams and Jimmy Davis,
my two best friends in Elementary school.
This picture was taken on the day that my family moved from
Croton-on-Hudson in June, 1977.
Christmas Eve of 1979 with the family:
Papa, Doug, Mom, Craig, and Brad
in Coral Springs, Florida
Christmas of 1987 in Coral Springs, Florida.
This is one of the last and favorite pictures that my brothers and I have
Craig is with our new pet dog, Bandy, that became a true friend to mom and
You may view
pictures of my hometown of
Croton-on-Hudson, NY that I recently visited.
Although there were many advantages to living in Florida, at 11 years of age I
missed my friends and my club house that I had built in my backyard woods in New
York. To overcome this disappointment, I invited my best friend, Chris, to come
and visit me at my new home in Coral Springs for a few days. Approximately a
year later, I traveled to New York to visit my friends and see my old stomping
grounds. After that, I realized that I had it even better in Coral Springs and I
no longer desired to visit Croton-on-Hudson, at least not until I graduated from
Middle School Years: Attended
Coral Springs Middle School for 6th, 7th, and 8th grades.
The weather in Florida was great! We could play sports outside all year!
First, I joined the Cross Country team where the guys ran 1¼
miles at our meets. I learned to play soccer which was extremely popular
in the city and in our school. I also played baseball in the city league
and ran track at school. You may view some
pictures of my first soccer and baseball
teams in 1977.
Doug Woolley & friend Greg Dudra in the
1979 Orange Bowl Marathon, Miami, Florida
(left - around 13 mile mark; right - finish line)
||One of my best athletic accomplishments
was running the Orange
Bowl Marathon (26.2 miles) non-stop at the
age of 12. I
finished the race in 3 hours 57
minutes (averaging 9 minutes/mile). Due to the massive number of people
running, it took over 1 minute just to get to the starting line
after the gun went off. My friend Greg Dudra ran with me during the
whole race. He was a year older than me and we tied at the finish
line. Overall, I placed 582nd out of 1264 finishers. Hours
later I played a full soccer game.
At the age of 14, I ran the Orange Bowl
Marathon in 3 hours 39 minutes.
At the end of my 6th grade school year, there was
an awards ceremony for those that had participated on the school athletic
teams. A male and female eight grader would be named as the "Most
Outstanding Athlete of the Year." Steve Eveker was the faster
long-distance runner in the school and played soccer and volleyball. He
received this prestigious award. He was my hero. I wanted to be
like him, so I spent time with him and learned from him. Two years
later, I was the fastest long-distance runner in the school and played well in
volleyball and softball. A dream and a prayer came true for me as I was named the
"Most Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year" on June 3, 1980.
Out of gratitude for this answered prayer, I committed my life to Jesus Christ
on that same night. By attending weekly confirmation classes during
the previous year at Lutheran Ministry in Christ, in Coral Springs, Florida, my faith and knowledge of God
grew, and I realized that He would
forgive me of my sins as a result of trusting that Jesus (the Son of God) died on the cross for
my sins. I continued to grow in my relationship with Christ and attend
I became fascinated with collecting coins
as a hobby. When I made a few extra dollars, I would visit the coin
store and view the rare pennies and nickels for hours before I would make a
purchase. Pressing a button would cause the glass case machine to
display a new set of coins for viewing. Other times I would obtain
hundreds of pennies from the bank and search for a few rare "wheat pennies"
(prior to 1959) that have wheat stalks on the back instead of the Lincoln
Memorial. The most desired penny of all time is the 1909 S VDB.
The "S" means that it was minted in San Francisco, and VDB is the initials of
the architect (Victor D. Brenner) who designed the new Lincoln penny in 1909
and appears on the back side of some of these pennies in that year only.
In excellent condition, this rare penny is worth over $400. I never did
own one, but I had fun collecting the less expensive rare coins and the
Academically, I had done well in school and was an above average student that
excelled in mathematics and struggled a little in English and History courses. I
was motivated to do my homework on my own and enjoyed doing well in school and
developed a passion for math and eventually computer programming. After
completing a math course in Algebra in 8th grade, I decided to go to summer
school at Coral Springs High School and take Geometry so that I would be ahead
when my regular freshman year began in the fall.
High School Years:
Coral Springs High School, 9th - 12th grades, (1980 - 1984).
In 9th grade, I was taking Advanced Algebra II (the only 9th grader to do so).
One day in-between classes, I heard my math teacher (Mr. Bacon) talking to
a school administrator/former math
teacher (Mr. Larry Insul) about a student that Larry had 10 years prior to this. This student
had worked-out every math problem on a difficult yearly nationwide math
contest since the contest started in 1950. As a result, he placed #1 in
Florida as a senior in High School on this nationwide math contest. I
thought, "wow! I'm a freshman now and have 3 years until I am a senior. Maybe if I work out all these nationwide math contest problems
(and I had 10 extra years of problems to workout), perhaps I could be #1 in
Florida on this nationwide math contest by my senior year." I had a vision--to be #1 in
math in Florida. I had a plan--to work out all these difficult math
problems on these contests and learn from them. I now had to take
action--and actually work on solving these problems and learning from them.
Over the years I have realized the truth of this formula:
A VISION - A PLAN - ACTION =
A VISION + A PLAN + ACTION =
There are many dreamers that have a vision but don't have a
plan, or if they do they don't take action to make their vision become a reality.
I thank the Lord--with His help, I worked hard for the next three years while
in high school and solved every algebra, geometry, algebra II, trigonometry,
and calculus problem that had ever been given on a nationwide or statewide
math contest. As a result, I had placed first in the state of Florida on
the nationwide math contest (1984
American High School Mathematics
Examination). Additionally, I was also ranked #1 in the state in
The state of Florida has had a very strong
high school mathematics program since the late 1970s. I am thankful for
support of many wonderful teachers that established and grew the Florida Mu
Alpha Theta organization! Ms. Barbara Nunn and Mrs. Fran
McCreary were two of those teachers who served as my coaches during my
years at Coral Springs High School.
On the state and national level, our school had one of the strongest
programs for math, computers, and science. The teachers were
dedicated and spent extra time outside of their paid-work schedule to help
the students to excel in these areas and to compete with other schools.
Math and Computer competitions were my all-time favorite activities during
high school, though I also enjoyed running on the Cross Country team
every year and playing soccer in the city league.
In the picture on the side (I am on the far left), I ran in a 24-hour
relay where each member of our 10 man team ran 1 mile approximately every
hour and then handed the baton to the next person on the team. On
the right of me is Chris Novak and Paul Doughty, two sensational runners that
were among the best in the state. Prior
to this relay race, I had two marathons (26.2 miles) non-stop at the age of 12
As a math team, our school placed first in the state in several advanced
mathematics contests. Each person contributed toward making the team
a success. One of the members of our team became a close friend of
mine over the years: Hong Wing Pun. He was also one of the
top mathematics students in the state of Florida and an excellent student.
The first time that I heard about him was when he was named as Coral
Springs Middle School's Student of the Year. Although we have
been out of high school for about 20 years, we have (on occasions) kept
in touch. You may view
Hong Wing's wedding pictures from November, 2002.
In my 10th grade biology class, we had to come up with a
science fair project that was a part of our grade for the class. I
nervously thought about some possibilities: mutating flies, dissecting a frog,
mutating plants, etc. None of these really appealed to me. Then
one day, I came up with an astounding idea! I had just learned BASIC
computer programming over the summer prior to 10th grade and now I was taking
the next course "Computer Math II". At this time in November of 1980,
Rubik's Cube was extremely popular all over the country and the world.
I had also seen people take a mixed-up Rubik's cube and solve it using a
pre-determined algorithm, though I had never touched it. I theorized
that if a person could solve the Rubik's Cube using a pre-determined
algorithm, surely a computer could be programmed to solve it too. I
shared my theory with my biology teacher and she wondered if it could be
possible (especially since it was due in two months), but she said that if I
could do it I would definitely get an "A" for the project. I was excited
that the idea was approved, and now I thought for many days and nights how to
tell the computer how to solve the Rubik's Cube. Then one morning, I
woke up with the key to the solution (which I believe came by Divine
I began to relentlessly write pages of BASIC code that would simulate the
movements of the puzzle and allow the computer to know what the puzzle looks
like after the move has been made. After approximately 100 hours of
programming, testing, and debugging, I finally had a program that could
graphically solve the Rubik's Cube after a user enters into the program the
colors of each square of the cube. Not only did I receive an "A" on my
project, but I also placed 2nd in the Broward County Science Fair in the
category of Mathematics & Computers.
You may view my 37 page document entitled Computer
Oriented Solutions to the Rubik's Cube, which I produced in
college for my senior project. Building from my high school project, I
coded the solution in Turbo Pascal. You may view the
HTML version or the
of the User's Guide. You may also view the
complete Pascal program listing in
During 11th grade, I included graphical solutions to
various other mathematical puzzles such as Rubik's Pocket Cube, the Pyraminx,
Whip-It, the Missing Link, the Magic Ball, and the Picture Cube.
Additionally, the project included some mathematical Group Theory to explain
how the algorithms are developed that solve these puzzles. As a senior
in High School, my project and an intensive academic/scientific
background/aptitude were submitted to the Westinghouse Science Talent Search,
the most prestigious national science contest. To the joy of many, my
project and the project of a fellow-class mate (Jennifer Fisher) had both been
named into the Honors Group (top 300), thus we were each named as
one of the top 300 high school scientists in the nation.
12th grade, God had blessed me with many honors. One of the most
prestigious contents was held each year by the State Board of Education in
Florida for four subjects: English, Social Studies, Science, and
Mathematics. It is called the Program to Recognize Initiative and
Distinction in Education (PRIDE). Coral Springs High School chose me
to be their representative in the Broward County mathematics contest.
After winning that, I competed at the district level and won. At
this point, my family was given an all-expense trip to Tallahassee where I
competed against each of the 5 other district winners in Florida. I had
tough competition, including Barry Lia from Riverdale High School who had
placed 9th in the nation in 11th grade at the National Mu Alpha Theta
Convention in New Orleans. I did very well on the written math contest
(9.5 out of 10), which was worth 67% of our overall score. On this test
there was trigonometry, calculus, logarithms, and theorems that needed to be
proven. The other 33% of our score was taken from our essay and
presentation on the topic of Infinity. It was one of the first
times that I ever presented a topic to a group of people, and there were 5
Florida University professors that I had to discuss and interact with
concerning my project. I thought that I had done poorly on the project,
but the professors told me afterwards
that they really liked the project and especially Woolley's Paradox that showed that 2 is
equal to 4 by the use of parallel equations and the concept of infinity.
They said it was very interesting and unique, and none of them knew how to
disprove it at that time, though they all knew that 2 is not equal to 4. When the award ceremony came, I thought that I might be runner up to Barry or
someone else who might have had an excellent essay and posters to describe
their topic. I was amazed when I was named
as the top math student in Florida by the State Board of Education! I
called my math teacher Mrs. Fran McCreary in Coral Springs to share the news, and she told me it
was the best birthday present she ever received! (Pictured to the side is
Mrs. Fran McCreary with me)
As a team of 4, our school placed first at the Florida High
School Computer Contest in 1984. We had solved all the computer program
problems within the 3 hour time limit. We were the only school in the
history of Florida (both before and since) to have accomplished such a feat.
After graduating High School with honors, members of my
school went to New Orleans to compete at the national Mu Alpha Theta
convention for top honors in math and computers. The previous year I had
placed 42nd on the advanced math test, and I was hoping to do a little better
this time. To my surprise, I had placed 3rd on the individual math
test! The contest for which
I had prepared all summer was the computer programming contest. My
genius friend, Aaron Wallack, and I competed against some of the top 3-person
teams in the country. Although 2nd place was within our reach, we had to
settled for 5th which is not bad at all.
Even to this day, I enjoy solving
mathematical and logical problems that stimulate the intellect. You may
view Doug's Mathematics Page that contains
miscellaneous mathematical discoveries and problems. Although my first
love was (and is) mathematics, my second love (computer programming) would
provide me with a greater career, thus I primarily pursued Computer Science in
college and only secondarily pursued mathematics. One of my recent hobbies (as of March
2006) has been creating a computer program to solve
the Sudoku puzzle using Microsoft's Visual Basic .NET and now
College Years: University of
South Florida, Tampa, FL, (1984 - 1989).
Graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science (Engineering
Was one class short of having a minor in mathematics (missing Advanced
Dr. Andria Troutman, the director for the Florida Center
for Instructional Computing (FCIC) at USF, had sponsored the computer contest
in 1984 that my team had won. As the captain, I was offered by Dr.
Troutman a position
working for her at her company and managed to get me even more scholarship
money to matriculate at USF instead of Florida Atlantic University (where I
was headed). During the next 5 years, I had grown with the company and
written many programs for instructional purposes, while at the same time
attending classes at USF. During the first two summers, I was given the
task of creating a Database Management System that would be used by Highland
County Schools. Dr. Troutman asked me to choose one person to come on
board to assist me with this immense project. I could think of no one
better than my friend Hong Wing Pun who was attending the University of Miami.
Each summer he came to Tampa to code and debug the multi-program Database
Management System. The system was sold for about a quarter of a million
By the age of 20, I had become a co-author of a college
text book that taught teachers how to utilize computers in the classroom.
As the programmer, I received royalties for the IBM and Apple versions for
several years. I was thankful to Dr. Troutman for such an opportunity to
partner with her and Dr. James White (and with Frank Bright on the Apple
version). The text was called: The Micro Goes to School.
Now that I was working for the company that partnered with
USF and the State Board of Education in producing the Florida High School
Computer Contest, I was given the opportunity to be the author and chief judge
of this famous contest. Developing fresh contest problems and their
solutions usually took about 100 hours of my time each year. I put my
heart into every program. The contest continued until 1996 and was
phased out the following year. Accumulating all my contest problems,
judging criteria, BASIC solutions, and Pascal solutions from 1985 to 1994, I
created a large book that was then sold by the University of South Florida to
interested High Schools. The book was endorsed by prominent individuals
such as the Chairman of Kodak and the President of GTE Data Services. It
was sold to every High School in Hillsborough County. Profits were split
between USF and myself for several years. You may view the cover of the
book and some of its contents by clicking the title:
Florida High School Computer Contests (1985-1994),
Problems, Judging Criteria, BASIC solutions, Pascal Solutions
College years were some of the best years for my spiritual
growth. You may view my page that describes
my spiritual background.
my college years, I would spend at least an hour a day in prayer to God and
another hour each day studying the Bible. Sometimes I would read and
study the Bible for longer periods of time. I was hungry to grow as a
Christian. With the wonderful change that Jesus made in my life, I
wanted to share it with others.
Since many international students lived at my dormitory, I
became their favorite
American friend. I would
practice English with them, play sports with them, take them to Disney World,
invite them to church, and sometimes even teach the Bible to them or just talk
about spiritual things.
(Click on pictures to see them enlarged)
Two of my favorite roommates were
Salah and Ali, pictured on the side.
Both came from Lebanon along with 70 others in 1985 to learn English at USF
and then study at a university in the U.S. Salah was (and is) a devout and peaceful Muslim
and was a great friend. Of the 15 roommates that I had, 5 of them (who
were not previously Christian) gave their lives to Jesus Christ either during
their time as my roommate or soon thereafter!
I enjoyed spending time with my friends in social
gatherings, athletics, and church related activities.
Two of my closest friends during college were Steve
Faucette and Rob Nickel, shown on the left. Rob invited me to a Bible
Study and a charismatic church that helped me to grow spiritually.
first attended Maranatha Campus Ministries, William Dobson
(on right) became a close friend whom I looked up to as a more
mature Christian brother. William is an architect.
Steve later married a beautiful girl from the
Islands, Brenda, and now have a family shown on left (2002).
(Click the small family picture to see an enlarged picture).
Russ Ossmann and Ronda are long time friends and
they have a wonderful family (2005).
Miranda became one of my closest friends in whom I poured my life.
Mike got a good gift in Deanne.
(Click the small family picture to see an enlarged picture from 2002).
I enjoyed playing tennis, soccer,
volleyball, and running while in college.
Pictured with me (on the
left) are some more of my closest friends in college:
Amy, David, and Patty. David and I became best
(Click on picture to
see it enlarged)
NCNB (now Bank
of America) as a computer programmer (1989-1991), being trained for technical
management positions along with a group of others hired for this
particular "MAPS" (Management Association Program). I was chosen by the
group to be the main speaker to formally present our year-end project to
executive officers in North Carolina. Soon after receiving my first
promotion, it was announced from upper management that our entire
department in Tampa was being relocated to North Carolina and we had one
month to decide if we were going to move with the company. It was a
tough decision, since I had no concept of leaving a company and working
elsewhere. I felt impressed to stay in Tampa and I believe that God
guided me to . . . .
GTE Data Services (and now Verizon Data Services) as a systems engineer (1991-
You may view a page that describes my work life at
Verizon and another page that describes my involvement with the Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship International (FGBMFI).
Having already earned an Engineering degree,
I completed a second degree in Theology (officially called
Interdisciplinary Studies) at
North Central University, graduating Summa Cum Laude in May, 2007.
Currently, I am more than half way through the graduate program at
Southwestern Assemblies of God University (maintaining a 4.0 GPA), working
towards a Masters degree in Theology/Bible. I have a great desire to learn about the Bible
and to live a life that is pleasing to God and to share the good news of what
Jesus Christ has done. Systematic study of God's Word has helped to
reinforce these desires. You may view many of my essays for these classes by
Theology Corner page, or you may listen to some of my sermons by
visiting my Audio Sermons Library page. I have
enjoyed teaching the Bible to eager students over the years, especially in
formal college settings such as with the
One Accord School of Ministry.
Here are some pictures of my preaching adventures in Venezuela.
My Pastor (Ed Russo) prayed for me and gave me some checks from our
church in the U.S. to bless other church ministries that I had already become involved
with while in Venezuela. Roll over a small picture to see its
description and click the picture to see it enlarged.
While in Lisbon, Portugal, the Lord
also opened up doors for me to preach in an Assemblies of God church.
Often I would come to the church to simply participate and then the pastor
would surprise me as I sat in worship and asked if I would deliver the sermon.
I would quickly consult with the Lord and He would give me a topic to preach
on as I quickly jotted down some Scripture references as a basis for my
message. Other times I knew a week in advance that I would be their
speaker for the Sunday evening meeting. I really enjoyed being used of
the Lord in this way! I have a great sense of fulfillment when I am
using the gifts and talents that God has given me to help others in their
spiritual and personal growth.
Married Years: with Marsha Ann Lovick (now Woolley)
(June 3, 2000 - present)
You may view our wedding page or
pictures from the honeymoon or
for Verizon gave me opportunities to travel to Venezuela and to Portugal for
business, and I managed to have an abundance of fun. In the last year of
my travels to Venezuela (2000), my family was able to accompany me and we had a great
time climbing up Mount Avila. Here we are (on the right) rejoicing after
we made it to our destination in spite of some rain. These adventures
knit us together as a family!
somewhat recently celebrated my 39th birthday at Disney World's Hawaiian Luau at the
Polynesian Hotel with
my wife, mother, and brother Brad, I am still a relatively young man (yet
feeling older as the days go by). I still have many more years to go,
Lord willing. I desire to live it dynamically and enthusiastically for
the glory of God. I still have many goals to accomplish and dreams to
fulfill. As I daily walk with the Lord, I know that he will guide me and
lead me in the work and service that He has for me. (Proverbs 3:5-6)
I am thrilled to now be competing in international
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