Jack Worrill is a native of Atlanta, Georgia, and a graduate of Georgia Tech. He spent thirty five years as an advertising account executive and copy writer, the last portion of that time in his own one man agency. Over a forty year period he taught Bible to Sunday School classes ranging in age from three years old to what he calls "65 to Glory." He began singing in his church choir as a freshman in college and considered studying for the music ministry. However, the Lord had other plans, and it was only after forty-eight years-many of which were passed as lay song leader, occasional supply as choir leader and in serving several churches as interim music minister-that Jack was called as Minister of Music to a small church in Metropolitan Atlanta. He currently earns his livelihood repairing, restoring and re-caning chairs, rockers and wicker furniture. He demonstrates the art of chair caning at craft shows and state fairs, and teaches chair caning classes several times each year. He and his wife Lyn live in Marietta, Georgia, near their three married daughters, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. It is from this varied life experience that Jack's Parables for Plain People are drawn. They are all based upon his keen awareness of the presence of the Holy Spirit, purposefully working out His Will, in even the most ordinary daily events, for those who put their faith and trust in Him.