Dennis lives in Chandler Arizona with his wife Karen, two daughters and the family dog.
For the last two decades, Dennis has built a career in technology and computer software. This has culminated in his blog Original Thinking (http://it.toolbox.com/blogs/original-thinking) which explore a number of issues and topics around technology and how people interact with it.
On a very personal note, Dennis' vocation has been discovered in Christian programming for men. The Bible/Man Circle project is the culmination of almost 10 years of investment, exploration and discovery along those lines.
As a hobby, Dennis participates in Adult Education by teaching on topics of faith and Christianity.
Dennis can be contacted at dennisc.stevensonjr (at) gmail (dot) com.
Bible/Man Circle is a small group format for men to learn about and experience their God-given emotions. Jesus wept. David rejoiced. Moses lost his temper. Elijah became afraid and ran for his life. Using stories of men in the Bible, this group explores seeing God, and the world around us, more deeply and richly than before.
This was a fun, light read. I appreciated it because of my gaming background. It had that same feeling of being in the dungeon, or being a character in a world.
As literature, it didn't really grab me. I find books where everything just "works out" to be a bit suspect. But having said that, if there were sequels, I'd happily read them.