Michael A. Kipp is the associate professor of youth and family ministry at Northwest Nazarene University in Idaho. Prior to coming to NNU, Mike spent 13 years working with youth in California, Kansas, and Idaho. Mike Kipp is a husband, father, youth worker of 15+ years, and now the Michael earned his doctorate in Youth, Family and Culture at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena California in 2009. Michael is married to Sandy and they enjoy playing and traveling with their two children Spencer and McKenna. When not reading, writing, correcting, advising, teaching, or preparing, Michael loves to wrestle with his kids and have family dance parties. Professor of youth and family ministry at Northwest Nazarene University in Idaho. Sandy Kipp is a graduate student in nutrition and dietetics at Eastern Michigan University. Prior to family life, Sandy worked as a business consultant and in high-tech-product marketing. However, after getting married and having and taking care of children, she became passionate about health and nutrition and decided to pursue dietetics. Sandy lives in Nampa, Idaho, with her husband, Mike, their two children, two kitties and two lizards.