Tim Parker pursues being a faithful disciple of Jesus Christ on many fronts. He did jail ministry under Tom Seppo of Operation Transformation. He helps Arnie Koontz at Blue Water Area Rescue Mission. A priority is the universal and local church of Christ. He worked 37 years for Chrysler, finishing an apprenticeship and attending Henry Ford Community College. His bachelor degree is from Spring Arbor University; he attended Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville for an MDIV, pastored Smiths Creek Bible Church, and received a Doctorate in Theology from Global School of Theology. With deep appreciation for Christ’s Grace that manifests in New Birth and subsequent holiness, his 3-in-1 book – Finding God’s Will in the Redeemed View of Life: Toward a reformed definition of Grace is a more-complete bio than one finds here. This is Tim’s ninth year as a substitute teacher in St. Clair and Macomb County. As a precinct delegate in Columbus Township, he keeps his pulse on political issues toward the protection and advancement of our Constitutional Republic within a healthy Christian Worldview. As a disciple who loves God’s Revealed, Written, and Canonized Word toward Christ-reflection, he loves to write, teach, and preach. Tim and his wife, Elizabeth, have a blended family: Tim has four children, Liz has three, and they have one son together. Eight, two daughters with six sons, makes a full quiver, from age 44 to 16, with 9 grandchildren. My hope is that BWHL articles will encourage learning and ongoing discussion.