A Writer, Educator, and a Natural Resources Management Professional; intent on furthering the Biblical Worldview…

Welcome Folks, my name is Whit Weatherford; I would like to share a bit about my background with you!

Brief Bio Sketch:

• Born in 1962; grew up in rural western Kentucky, near the Mississippi River.
• Studied Wildlife Biology at Murray State University in western Kentucky from 1980 to 1986.
• Moved to OR in 1987, did natural history school programs with Natl. School Assemblies.
• Wildlife Rehabilitator at Wildlife Images Rehabilitation and Education Center in Grants Pass.
• Animal handler on a Dan Haggerty (R.I.P Grizzly Adams) movie, Spirit of the Eagle.
• Biological Technician for the USDA Forest Service, Siskiyou National Forest, in 1989.
• Transferred to the Umatilla National Forest in northeast Oregon (Blue Mountains) in 1992.
• District Wildlife Biologist, Unity Ranger District, Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, 1996.
• Coordinator for the Blue Mountains Elk Initiative, a regional office program from 1998-2002.
• Project Advisory Committee Member in OR and WA for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.
• District Wildlife Biologist on the North Zone, Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, 1999-2002.
• Traveled to Poland and Belarus on my first Missions Trip in 2001; returned right before 9/11.
• Surrendered to the Ministry, resigned from the Forest Service, and moved to FL in Dec. 2002.
• Studied Biblical Theology at Trinity Baptist College (TBC) in Jacksonville, FL, from 2003-06.
• Completed a 3-month missions internship in Russia (central Siberia) in 2004.
• Graduated from TBC in 2006. Began teaching at Trinity Christian Academy (TCA) that Fall.
• Taught 10-12th grade Creation Science (Gen. Biology and Env. Science) for 12 years at TCA.
• Developed and implemented a Biblical Apologetics program for the Academy in 2013.
• Became the Biblical Studies Department Chairman for TCA in 2014.
• Resigned from TCA in 2018; hit the open road and launched Nomad Apologetics that Fall!