Our Leadership

Senior Leadership

Roy L. Peterson

President and CEO

Since joining the organization in 2014, Roy Peterson has been leading American Bible Society into a third century of faithful service. By partnering with the global church, Peterson and his staff are working to see a renewal of God’s Word in America and the Great Commission extended to the very...


Since joining the organization in 2014, Roy Peterson has been leading American Bible Society into a third century of faithful service. By partnering with the global church, Peterson and his staff are working to see a renewal of God’s Word in America and the Great Commission extended to the very ends of the earth in our lifetime (Habakkuk 2:14).

Peterson’s heart to see lives transformed by Christ stems from his own life-changing experience with the Scriptures as a young man. In 2017, he released his autobiography, Set Free, in which he shares how God called him from the depths of a Mexican prison into a lifetime of service on the frontlines of Bible ministry.

Prior to joining American Bible Society, he served as President and CEO of both Wycliffe Bible Translators and The Seed Company. He also served with SIL International in Ecuador and Guatemala after enjoying a successful career in business management.

Roy holds a master’s degree in Social Science and Leadership Studies from Azusa Pacific University and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Roger Williams University. He graduated from Stanford University’s Executive Program for Non-Profit Leaders and holds honorary doctorates from Taylor University and Eastern University. Peterson and his wife, Rita, live in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They have four children and love spending time with their six grandchildren.

Roy L. Peterson, President and CEO

Robert Briggs

Senior Vice President, U.S. Ministry

Robert Briggs serves American Bible Society as Senior Vice President of the newly formed U.S. Ministry team. In that  role, he will focus on the goal of seeing 100 million Americans engaging with the Bible by 2026.    Most recently, Briggs served as Vice President of the Mission Advancement...

Robert Briggs serves American Bible Society as Senior Vice President of the newly formed U.S. Ministry team. In that  role, he will focus on the goal of seeing 100 million Americans engaging with the Bible by 2026.   

Most recently, Briggs served as Vice President of the Mission Advancement team, overseeing double-digit growth in donations for the last three years. Prior to that, he led the Global Service Ministry. He was also responsible for launching a research initiative within American Bible Society that provides project research and validation services.

Internationally, Briggs has served as a member of the Global Council of the United Bible Societies, chairing the nominations committee. He has been a member of the steering committee for Every Tribe Every Nation (ETEN) since its formation, which brings together the largest Bible agencies in the world to ensure that 100 percent of the world’s population have access to heart-language Scriptures.

Briggs is a graduate of the University of Missouri’s journalism program. Before joining American Bible Society, he held leadership roles with the American Diabetes Association and co-founded Cityhill, a Christian publishing company. He and his wife Susan live in Philadelphia. They have five adult children and three grandchildren.

Robert Briggs, Senior Vice President, U.S. Ministry

Laura Dabkowski

Senior Vice President, People and Organizational Development

Laura Dabkowski has more than 25 years of organizational leadership experience with successes in driving increased organizational effectiveness and engagement. She has served in leadership positions with General Electric and ARAMARK in numerous industries, including financial, manufacturing, healthcare, higher education, insurance and service delivery. Most recently, as vice president for ARAMARK's...

Laura Dabkowski has more than 25 years of organizational leadership experience with successes in driving increased organizational effectiveness and engagement. She has served in leadership positions with General Electric and ARAMARK in numerous industries, including financial, manufacturing, healthcare, higher education, insurance and service delivery.

Most recently, as vice president for ARAMARK's Healthcare and Higher Education divisions, Dabkowski provided strategic direction delivering effective and aligned execution in the areas of organizational development/readiness and human resources across the $3.5 Billion Healthcare business. Prior to joining ARAMARK, Dabkowski served as Vice President, Human Resources for GE Capital and Human Resources Leader for GE Equipment Management and Aircraft Engines

Dabkowski is currently participating in the Executive Doctorate in Business Administration (EDBA) at the Fox School of Business at Temple University. In addition, she is engaged in the nonprofit administration post-graduate program at the University of Pennsylvania’s Fel’s Institute. Dabkowski earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Bowling Green State University and an MBA from Xavier University.

Based in the Philadelphia area, Dabkowski and her husband, Mark, are the parents of Michelle and Jim, who are both currently attending university.

Laura Dabkowski, Senior Vice President, People and Organizational Development

Andrew Hood

Vice President, Global Ministry

Andrew Hood stepped into his current role as vice president of Global Ministry in July 2018. Originally introduced to American Bible Society in 2007 as a freelance photographer, Hood has since led the organization’s Communications and Trauma Healing Ministry teams. With leadership experience in business, hospitality, communications, and ministry, Hood brings...

Andrew Hood stepped into his current role as vice president of Global Ministry in July 2018. Originally introduced to American Bible Society in 2007 as a freelance photographer, Hood has since led the organization’s Communications and Trauma Healing Ministry teams.

With leadership experience in business, hospitality, communications, and ministry, Hood brings a wide range of experiences to his role. He graduated from LSU in his home state of Louisiana with a degree in writing and philosophy. He also has a Master of Fine Arts from Vermont College of Fine Arts.

Hood lives in Philadelphia with his wife, Leah, and their two sons, Emery and Soren.

Andrew Hood, Vice President, Global Ministry

Stephen Kao

General Counsel

Stephen Kao joined American Bible Society as General Counsel in 2017. He brings over two decades of experience in legal counsel. Prior to joining American Bible Society, Kao served as Senior Counsel at Gammon & Grange, a private law firm outside of Washington DC. In addition to his legal expertise, Kao brings...

Stephen Kao joined American Bible Society as General Counsel in 2017. He brings over two decades of experience in legal counsel. Prior to joining American Bible Society, Kao served as Senior Counsel at Gammon & Grange, a private law firm outside of Washington DC.

In addition to his legal expertise, Kao brings a passion for ministry. He led a CRU ministry in North Carolina, promoted restorative justice with Prison Fellowship Ministries in Washington, DC, and served as president of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at Columbia University. 

Kao graduated with honors in Political Science from Columbia University and earned his Juris Doctorate at the University of Virginia School of Law. He lives in the Philadelphia area with his wife, Teresa, where they homeschool their three children, Caleb, Bethany, and Micah. 

Stephen Kao, General Counsel

Whitney T. Kuniholm

Senior Vice President of Mission Advancement

Whitney T. Kuniholm joined the Senior Leadership Team as senior vice president of Mission Advancement at American Bible Society in July 2018, after 16 months of establishing a strong foundation for the $150 million Bicentennial Campaign as director of campaign partnerships. In his current role, he leads the fundraising, communications, and research activities...

Whitney T. Kuniholm joined the Senior Leadership Team as senior vice president of Mission Advancement at American Bible Society in July 2018, after 16 months of establishing a strong foundation for the $150 million Bicentennial Campaign as director of campaign partnerships. In his current role, he leads the fundraising, communications, and research activities underpinning American Bible Society’s ministries.

Kuniholm is also president emeritus of Scripture Union USA, where he provided over a decade of leadership. Before joining Scripture Union, he served as executive vice president of Prison Fellowship. He also held the position of chairman of the Forum of Bible Agencies – North America.

In 2004, Kuniholm created the E100 Challenge, a church-wide Bible reading program that has been translated into 25 languages and has reached 15 million people around the world. American Bible Society has used the E100 Challenge in its Armed Services Ministry, as well as Bible distribution work in China. Other resources authored by Kuniholm include four books—The Essential 100, The Essential Jesus, The Essential Question, and John: An Eyewitness Account of the Son of God—and many booklets, including Confessions of a Guilty Bible Reader. He also speaks at churches and Christian conferences.

Kuniholm is a graduate of Houghton College. He and his wife, Carol, have three children and three grandchildren.

Whitney T. Kuniholm, Senior Vice President of Mission Advancement

Jim Puchy

Vice President of U.S. Ministry Integration

James J. Puchy serves American Bible Society as Vice President of U.S. Ministry Integration where he oversees strategic and operational planning; ministry to the Military, Multi-Language, Roman Catholic, and Prison communities; and Board of Director for support operations. He retired from the U.S. Army in 2011 after serving in...

James J. Puchy serves American Bible Society as Vice President of U.S. Ministry Integration where he oversees strategic and operational planning; ministry to the Military, Multi-Language, Roman Catholic, and Prison communities; and Board of Director for support operations.

He retired from the U.S. Army in 2011 after serving in the Army Chief of Chaplains’ Office as Commandant and Director of Sustainment and Information from April 2008. He was the founding pastor of Helemano Community Chapel in Hawaii, Continental Community Chapel in Fort Monroe, and Chapel Next in Fort Belvoir. He earned a bachelor of arts in economics and English from Rutgers University, as well as master’s degrees from University of Southern California, Alliance Theological Seminary, Syracuse University, and U.S. Army War College. He earned a doctorate in education from University of Southern California and a post-doctoral certificate in leadership from Fuller Theological Seminary. A retired Army colonel, Puchy also has an extensive military education.

Puchy and his wife, the former Rebecca Lynn Genshaw, reside in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania.

Jim Puchy, Vice President of U.S. Ministry Integration

Mark Wilson

Chief Financial Officer

Mark Wilson brings a wealth of experience as a finance leader with proven success in nonprofit organizational growth, and is also deeply passionate about God’s Word and the mission of American Bible Society. In his previous role with Philabundance, Wilson helped to ensure that 90,000 people per week were provided...


Mark Wilson brings a wealth of experience as a finance leader with proven success in nonprofit organizational growth, and is also deeply passionate about God’s Word and the mission of American Bible Society.

In his previous role with Philabundance, Wilson helped to ensure that 90,000 people per week were provided with the food they needed in the greater Philadelphia region. He is excited now to be using his gifts of financial strategy, innovation, and servant leadership to serve the global mission of American Bible Society.

He is a CPA with his MBA who has also served at Westminster Seminary, AmerisourceBergen, and KPMG before joining Philabundance. Wilson lives in the Philadelphia area with his wife, Nathalie, and his three sons, Max, Luke, and Benjamin.

Mark Wilson, Chief Financial Officer

Board of Directors

Jeffrey Brown

Chairman of the Board

Jeffrey Brown serves as chairperson of the Board. He brings twenty-five years of experience in law, finance, business development, and strategic planning to his work as cofounder, chief financial officer, and managing partner of RoseRock Capital. After earning a bachelor’s degree in finance and accounting from the University of...

Jeffrey Brown serves as chairperson of the Board. He brings twenty-five years of experience in law, finance, business development, and strategic planning to his work as cofounder, chief financial officer, and managing partner of RoseRock Capital. After earning a bachelor’s degree in finance and accounting from the University of Houston, Brown received his juris doctor from South Texas College of Law. He has served on over a dozen for-profit and nonprofit directors’ boards and acted as chairman of the finance committee for Seed Company. He is also a guest lecturer and mentor for the Texas A&M University entrepreneurship program.

Jeffrey Brown, Chairman of the Board

Angela Williams

Vice Chairman of the Board

Angela Williams serves as vice chairperson of the Board. In January 2018, she was named President and Chief Executive Officer of Easterseals, Inc. In this role, she will lead the organization as it approaches its 100th anniversary in 2019 as the country’s leading nonprofit provider of services for people with disabilities....

Angela Williams serves as vice chairperson of the Board. In January 2018, she was named President and Chief Executive Officer of Easterseals, Inc. In this role, she will lead the organization as it approaches its 100th anniversary in 2019 as the country’s leading nonprofit provider of services for people with disabilities. She previously served as the interfaith liaison for the Bush‐Clinton Katrina Fund and as vice president and deputy general counsel of litigation and government relations for the Sears Holdings Corporation. Warner Books published a book inspired by her life, titled One Person/Multiple Careers: A New Model for Work/Life Success. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia, a juris doctor from the University of Texas, and a master of divinity from the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology, Virginia Union University. She currently resides in Chicago with her husband, Roderick.

Angela Williams, Vice Chairman of the Board

Nick Athens

Nick Athens is cofounder and co-owner of EcoVac Services, a nationwide environmental remediation firm based in Atlanta, GA. He has more than thirty years of experience in the fields of environmental cleanup, consulting, and oil and gas exploration. A graduate of Valparaiso University, Athens holds degrees in biology, chemistry, and...

Nick Athens is cofounder and co-owner of EcoVac Services, a nationwide environmental remediation firm based in Atlanta, GA. He has more than thirty years of experience in the fields of environmental cleanup, consulting, and oil and gas exploration. A graduate of Valparaiso University, Athens holds degrees in biology, chemistry, and petroleum technology, and he has completed graduate courses in hydrogeology. Athens is an avid cyclist, and he resides in Atlanta with his wife of more than thirty years and their three children.

Nick Athens,

Katherine Barnhart

Secretary of the Board

Katherine Barnhart serves as secretary of the Board. She is the cofounder of GROVE Group, which enacts the Barnharts’ philanthropic vision. In addition, she has served as a board member or advisor for InterVarsity, The JESUS Film Project, Memphis Leadership Foundation, and World Relief. Barnhart also serves on the steering...

Katherine Barnhart serves as secretary of the Board. She is the cofounder of GROVE Group, which enacts the Barnharts’ philanthropic vision. In addition, she has served as a board member or advisor for InterVarsity, The JESUS Film Project, Memphis Leadership Foundation, and World Relief. Barnhart also serves on the steering committee for Every Tribe Every Nation, a partnership of funders and leading Bible agencies. She is married to Alan Barnhart, the founder of Barnhart Crane and Rigging Company, and her family was featured in the 2012 book Consequential Leadership by Mac Pier.

Katherine Barnhart, Secretary of the Board

Thomas Bindley

Thomas Bindley is a retired corporate executive and private investor. He has served in executive roles for Whitman Corporation, Square D Company, and McGraw-Edison. In 1998, he founded Bindley Capital Corporation to assist smaller companies in raising capital and to provide them with strategic planning and financial consulting services. He also...

Thomas Bindley is a retired corporate executive and private investor. He has served in executive roles for Whitman Corporation, Square D Company, and McGraw-Edison. In 1998, he founded Bindley Capital Corporation to assist smaller companies in raising capital and to provide them with strategic planning and financial consulting services. He also served as a lieutenant in the United States Army Transportation Corps. Bindley holds an undergraduate degree from Georgetown University and a master of business administration from Harvard University. Bindley and his wife, Kathy, have four children and reside in Northfield, Illinois, and Naples, Florida.

Thomas Bindley,

Tessie DeVore

Tessie Güell DeVore serves as president of LUMO, a non-profit Bible engagement ministry. LUMO, a part of OneHope, uses unabridged Scripture and breathtaking visuals to paint an authentic portrait of the life of Christ. She also serves as vice president of publishing and marketing at OneHope. She has twenty-five...

Tessie Güell DeVore serves as president of LUMO, a non-profit Bible engagement ministry. LUMO, a part of OneHope, uses unabridged Scripture and breathtaking visuals to paint an authentic portrait of the life of Christ. She also serves as vice president of publishing and marketing at OneHope. She has twenty-five years of experience in English and Spanish Christian book publishing. In 2013, she was elected the first chairwoman of American Bible Society's Latino Advisory Council, and the first female president of the Spanish Evangelical Publishers Association. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and public relations from Auburn University. She is married to her husband, David, and the parents of two sons.

Tessie DeVore,

Peter Handal

Peter V. Handal is Chief Executive Officer and President at SmartSource Computer & Audio Visual Rentals. He also holds several other senior leadership roles at Fillmore Leasing Company, J4P Associates, and a children's apparel and accessories company. In addition, he serves as an executive with Exxon Corporation working in its...

Peter V. Handal is Chief Executive Officer and President at SmartSource Computer & Audio Visual Rentals. He also holds several other senior leadership roles at Fillmore Leasing Company, J4P Associates, and a children's apparel and accessories company. In addition, he serves as an executive with Exxon Corporation working in its Treasurer's and New Investment Departments. Handal holds a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago.

Peter Handal,

Mark Hanson

Treasurer of the Board

Mark Hanson serves as treasurer of the Board. Hanson is president and owner of Sea Foam Sales Company, which sells automotive additives to buyers throughout North America. Hanson and his wife, Nancy Jo, have four children: Matthew, Kari, Shelby, and Eric. Hanson enjoys golfing, hunting, fishing, skiing, and introducing others...

Mark Hanson serves as treasurer of the Board. Hanson is president and owner of Sea Foam Sales Company, which sells automotive additives to buyers throughout North America. Hanson and his wife, Nancy Jo, have four children: Matthew, Kari, Shelby, and Eric. Hanson enjoys golfing, hunting, fishing, skiing, and introducing others to Jesus and the Bible.

Mark Hanson, Treasurer of the Board

Edward Kobel

Edward (“Ed”) Kobel serves as the President and Chief Operating Officer of DeBartolo Development and is responsible for its strategy, execution, and capitalization. Since 2003, DeBartolo Development has underwritten a real estate pipeline of more than $4.6 billion. Throughout his career, Kobel has championed charitable causes, devoting his time and leadership to...

Edward (“Ed”) Kobel serves as the President and Chief Operating Officer of DeBartolo Development and is responsible for its strategy, execution, and capitalization. Since 2003, DeBartolo Development has underwritten a real estate pipeline of more than $4.6 billion. Throughout his career, Kobel has championed charitable causes, devoting his time and leadership to multiple nonprofit organizations and two universities. Originally from Pittsburgh, he served in the U.S. Army's counter-intelligence department. He now resides in Tampa with his wife and two daughters.

Edward Kobel,

George Kovoor

The Rev. Canon George Kovoor is a chaplain to Queen Elizabeth II and has spent the past twenty-five years working as a missionary in the United Kingdom. He holds a bachelor of arts in politics, economics, and philosophy from the University of Delhi and a bachelor of divinity from Union...

The Rev. Canon George Kovoor is a chaplain to Queen Elizabeth II and has spent the past twenty-five years working as a missionary in the United Kingdom. He holds a bachelor of arts in politics, economics, and philosophy from the University of Delhi and a bachelor of divinity from Union Biblical Seminary, Serampore University. He is the general secretary of the Evangelical Fellowship of the Angelical Communion, and he serves as the president of two colleges: Crowther Hall at the University of Birmingham and Trinity College in Bristol. Canon Kovoor and his wife, Chitra, live in New Haven, Connecticut, and have three adult children. The family enjoys cooking/eating, traveling, reading, watching sports, and listening to jazz.

George Kovoor,

Karen Louie

Karen Louie serves as the liaison between internal audit and the finance and audit committee for American Bible Society’s Board. She is the executive director and audit manager of JPMorgan Chase & Co and has more than thirty years of experience in internal audit. She holds a bachelor of business...

Karen Louie serves as the liaison between internal audit and the finance and audit committee for American Bible Society’s Board. She is the executive director and audit manager of JPMorgan Chase & Co and has more than thirty years of experience in internal audit. She holds a bachelor of business administration in accounting from University of Wisconsin and the following certifications: certified in risk management assurance, certified regulatory compliance manager, certified anti-money laundering specialist, and certified fraud examiner. Louie lives with her husband, Frank, in New York City. They have two children and one granddaughter.

Karen Louie,

Mark Matlock

Mark Matlock is the founder and president of WisdomWorks Ministries, a nonprofit dedicated to helping individuals, churches, and faith‐centered organizations leverage biblical wisdom. Mark is the creator of the PlanetWisdom student conferences and is the former executive director of Youth Specialties. A graduate of Biola University, Matlock has...

Mark Matlock is the founder and president of WisdomWorks Ministries, a nonprofit dedicated to helping individuals, churches, and faith‐centered organizations leverage biblical wisdom. Mark is the creator of the PlanetWisdom student conferences and is the former executive director of Youth Specialties. A graduate of Biola University, Matlock has written more than twenty books for teens, including the Wisdom On… series, Living a Life that Matters, Smart Faith, and Don’t Buy the Lie. Mark recently authored three books for parents: Real World Parents, Raising Wise Children, and Ideas for Parents. Mark and his family live in Texas and attend Irving Bible Church, where Mark was ordained and where he serves as a teaching pastor.

Mark Matlock,

Theodore Nicolakis

Theodore (Theo) Nicolakis serves the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America as its Chief Information Officer, combining his expertise in the technology field with his biblical and theological degrees. He pioneered the adoption of technology and digital communications, helping to steer the digital ministry strategy for the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, the...

Theodore (Theo) Nicolakis serves the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America as its Chief Information Officer, combining his expertise in the technology field with his biblical and theological degrees. He pioneered the adoption of technology and digital communications, helping to steer the digital ministry strategy for the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, the Ecumenical Patriarchate, and many other Orthodox Christian organizations and institutions. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Biblical and Theological Studies from Gordon College, a Master’s of Divinity from Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, and another Master’s Degree in Management and Systems from New York University. He lives in New Haven, Connecticut, with his wife and two children.

Theodore Nicolakis,

Mario Paredes

Mario Paredes is founder and chairman emeritus of the board of Catholic Association of Latino Leaders. He also serves as president of North American‐Chilean Chamber of Commerce of New York and as vice president of Gabriela Mistral Foundation. He is the Founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Board...

Mario Paredes is founder and chairman emeritus of the board of Catholic Association of Latino Leaders. He also serves as president of North American‐Chilean Chamber of Commerce of New York and as vice president of Gabriela Mistral Foundation. He is the Founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Catholic Association of Latino Leaders (CALL). For thirty years, Mario directed the operations of the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops in the northeast region. He also worked in various capacities at Merrill Lynch, including as vice president of business. From 2008 to 2015, he served at American Bible Society as Presidential Liaison to Roman Catholic Ministry. He holds Master’s Degrees in Philosophy from the Catholic University of Argentina and Religious Education at Loyola University Chicago.

Mario Paredes,

Georganne Perkins

Georganne Perkins served as Managing Director of Private Equity at Fisher Lynch Capital, a private equity firm investing in buyout funds, venture capital funds, and sponsored co‐investments. Since 2015, she has served as Senior Advisor to the firm. She previously served as Director of Private Equity at the Stanford...

Georganne Perkins served as Managing Director of Private Equity at Fisher Lynch Capital, a private equity firm investing in buyout funds, venture capital funds, and sponsored co‐investments. Since 2015, she has served as Senior Advisor to the firm. She previously served as Director of Private Equity at the Stanford Management Company where she was responsible for endowment investments in both venture capital and buyout funds. She serves on the Investment Committees for Santa Clara University and the San Bruno Community Foundation. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts at University of California, Irvine.

Georganne Perkins,

Roy L. Peterson

President and CEO

Since joining the organization in 2014, Roy Peterson has been leading American Bible Society into a third century of faithful service. By partnering with the global church, Peterson and his staff are working to see a renewal of God’s Word in America and the Great Commission extended to the very...


Since joining the organization in 2014, Roy Peterson has been leading American Bible Society into a third century of faithful service. By partnering with the global church, Peterson and his staff are working to see a renewal of God’s Word in America and the Great Commission extended to the very ends of the earth in our lifetime (Habakkuk 2:14).

Peterson’s heart to see lives transformed by Christ stems from his own life-changing experience with the Scriptures as a young man. In 2017, he released his autobiography, Set Free, in which he shares how God called him from the depths of a Mexican prison into a lifetime of service on the frontlines of Bible ministry.

Prior to joining American Bible Society, he served as President and CEO of both Wycliffe Bible Translators and The Seed Company. He also served with SIL International in Ecuador and Guatemala after enjoying a successful career in business management.

Roy holds a master’s degree in Social Science and Leadership Studies from Azusa Pacific University and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Roger Williams University. He graduated from Stanford University’s Executive Program for Non-Profit Leaders and holds honorary doctorates from Taylor University and Eastern University. Peterson and his wife, Rita, live in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They have four children and love spending time with their six grandchildren.

Roy L. Peterson, President and CEO

David H. Wills

David H. Wills joined the National Christian Foundation in 1998. Today he serves as its President Emeritus and National Relationship Manager. An attorney since 1988, he focused on charitable gift planning, exempt organizations, estate planning, and fiduciary matters. Wills is the author of two books, Investing in God’s Business and Family...

David H. Wills joined the National Christian Foundation in 1998. Today he serves as its President Emeritus and National Relationship Manager. An attorney since 1988, he focused on charitable gift planning, exempt organizations, estate planning, and fiduciary matters. Wills is the author of two books, Investing in God’s Business and Family Money. He earned his undergraduate and law degrees from Baylor University and completed post-graduate work at Dallas Theological Seminary. Wills and his wife Chris live on a small ranch outside Waco, Texas, with their seven children.

David H. Wills,