Tim is the President of the Institute for Pastoral Care which was started in 2014. He is also a minister in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), having been ordained in 1991. Tim is a member of Metro-Atlanta Presbytery. He is the author of Living Without Worry: How to Replace Anxiety with Peace, co-author of How People Change, Relationships: A Mess Worth Making, and has written several mini-books including PTSD, Forgiving Others, Sex Before Marriage, Family Feuds, Conflict, and Freedom From Guilt. He has experience in both campus ministry (University of Georgia, 1984-1987) and pastoral ministry (serving as a pastor in Clemson, SC, 1991-2001). Beginning in 2001, he served as a counselor and faculty at CCEF (2007-2013 as Executive Director) in Philadelphia. In 2014, Tim and his family re-located to his home state, Georgia, where he formed the Institute for Pastoral Care. His primary desire and commitment is to help pastors and leaders create or improve their ability to care for the people who attend their churches. To that end, he continues to write and travel both nationally and internationally. Tim is also adjunct professor of practical theology at several seminaries where he teaches about pastoral care in the local church. Tim and his wife, Barbara, live in Atlanta, GA. They married in 1989 and have four amazing children.