HOME: Gracehaven Farm, Bucks County, Pennsylvania
EDUCATION: Masters degree in Theology from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland.
INTERESTS: History, genealogy, farming, theology, hiking
BIO SUMMARY: C. David Baker lives and works in upper Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Baker founded an insurance business in 1978, was active on public and private school boards, and served several charitable organizations. He loved writing as a child but began a part-time professional career in February, 1994. By 2007 he had sold his business in order to devote himself to full-time writing and research. He is an honors graduate of the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, with a Master’s degree in theology.
A Christee Award nominee, Baker’s writing interest is in the discovery of the untold story. He has written ten novels, one children’s book, and two books of spiritual reflections. Published in a variety of countries, several are available in Russian, Ukrainian and/or German language translations. He has appeared in the Christian History Institute’s periodical, ‘Glimpses,’ and ‘Christian Singles’ magazine. His work has been put to music by Canadian composer, Jonathan Urie as well as performer, Kurt Johnston
David is the father of two grown sons, a grandfather of six, and lives on a small farm with his wife, Sue. Together they raise livestock with an interest in natural/organic methods and a passion for humane treatment. Failure has been part of his life as well. It has been these deep valleys that have led David to the well of Grace from which the essence of his writing is drawn.