Meet Brock, one of the members of Project Respect!


Q: When I was a kid, I wanted to grow up to be…

A: I went through the typical stages growing up…but the 3 things I really remember I wanted to be was an actor, a police officer, or a Youth Minister.


Q: How did you end up at Project Respect?

A: A friend of mine that works for Project Respect told me they were looking for another facilitator, so I applied.


Q: What do you love most about working with Project Respect?

A: I am literally brand new, but I imagine I will love spending time presenting to students


Q: Favorite ice cream flavor?

A: What?  One flavor?  I can do this…  I guess I’d have to go with “Chubby Hubby” by Ben & Jerry!


Q: What food can you not go without? 

A: Meat…bacon specifically!


Q: What’s one of your best memories as a child?

A: I remember as a child coming downstairs one Christmas morning to find Santa had brought me the G.I. Joe lair!  It was already set up for me.  It was the best gift ever!


Q: If I could go anywhere in the world…

A: Colorado. I’d love to stay in a cabin in the woods right by a river.


Q: People might be surprised to know…

A: That I’m a Youth Minister.  (Tattoos & a beard aren’t real typical)


Q: When I’m not in the classroom, I’m most likely to be found…

A: Running around like a madman…we seem to always have something going on!


Q: What’s playing in your CD player/on your iPhone right now?

A: The Civil Wars.


Q: How do you relax?

A: Hunting, lifting weights, reading, watching movies


Q: What was the last movie, TV show or book that made you emotional, cry or tear up?

A: Confession is good for the soul, right?  I cry way too much at movies & TV.  I cried at Despicable Me…pathetic!


Q: Given the choice of anyone in the world, whom would you want as a dinner guest?

A: Oprah.  Haha…just kidding!!  Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson would be pretty cool to hang with.


Q: Would you like to be famous? In what way?

A: No, but it’d be fun to be “known” everywhere you go.  I can be a bit socially awkward at times, so it’d be great if people knew me and understood how weird I am.


Q: What would constitute a perfect day for you?

A: A successful hunt, family time, a good movie, and bacon wrapped bacon for dinner!

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