After retiring in 2004, I served six years as Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministry at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, working with students preparing for pastoral, church staff, and chaplain ministries. In 2010 I joined the faculty at Dallas Baptist University as Professor of Christian Ministry and Director Chaplaincy Program. DBU offers a 72 semester hour theological degree in chaplain ministry. We have students in the Chaplain Candidate Program of the Army and two applying for the Navy, as well as other students preparing for institutional chaplaincy. I am currently writing a dissertation for a D.Min. at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, thanks to the Post 9-11 GI Bill. I do supply preaching and interim pastorates as opportunities develop. My wife and I are endorsed and trained as disaster relief chaplains for the Texas Baptist Men.