Greg Robards was born on November 9, 1951 in Louisville Kentucky. He married Deborah Ufford in 1976 and has two children (Matthew and Elle) and seven grandchildren. God called him into the gospel ministry on November 8, 1992. He began his seminary training at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary where he earned both the B.G.S. and M.Div. with languages degrees. He also earned a D.Min. degree from Lake Charles Bible College, a Th.D. from Slidell Baptist Seminary and a Ph.D. in Biblical Studies at Louisiana Baptist University. Rev. Robards served six years as pastor at Pleasant Home Baptist Church in Milton, Florida.
In 1998 God called him to the ministry at Hickory Hammock Baptist Church in Milton, Florida, where he currently serves as Senior Associate Pastor, Church Administrator and Minister of Education. Besides preaching, teaching, ministry and writing, he spends spare time kayak fishing and playing gospel and bluegrass music on guitar and banjo.
An explosion on an oil rig and a gruesome discovery in the swamps leaves Max Armstrong as the primary suspect in a murder case. In his effort to clear his name, he is thrust into a world of crime, espionage, and terrorism. Because of his military training, a clandestine government agency enlists Max to help foil the terrorist's plans.
In the process, he finds new meaning and purpose in life, renews his Christian faith, and falls in love.
Action and drama accompany every twist and turn in the pages of "Escambia Fills."
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