My name is Taylor, and I’m currently a student at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, KY. I was born in Panama City, Florida as the middle child of three. I grew up as a military brat living in seven states and two countries. I was an atheist until the age of 17 when I met God in a powerful way and began to follow Christ. To get the labels out of the way, I am an orthodox Christian, Thomistic pseudo-Anglican, Critical Realist Personalist, and Psychodynamic Attachment Theorist.

My passion in life is to help the Church embrace nuance and complexity especially in her deepest, most entrenched divisions. My work centers around the LGBTQ+ community and how the Church can best do ministry to and with this community.  I write from theological, philosophical, sociological, and psychological lenses to help American Christians navigate issues of gender, sexuality, and marriage so that they can be people of integrity and create communities that heal and mend.


I currently live with my two best friends and spiritual brothers, Morgan and Taylor. Morgan is studying to be a priest in the Anglican Church of North America and Taylor studying to obtain his Ph.D. in Biblical Studies.