When Bill was a kid, he would go to work with his mom at a nursing home where she was a cook. He got to know most of the residents and learned to have compassion for the elderly and disabled.
As a teenager, he got a job with a construction company remodeling restaurants and gas stations. After setting up a crew at a job site, Bill and the owner would leave and go work on a home for someone who couldn't afford to pay for it. With every new job, came a different home. Bill never knew how the owner found these people, he just knew he helped them. Curious, he asked the owner why he did this. The owner replied;
"To the world, you may be just one person.
But to one person, you just may be the world."
Bill lives by this phrase to this day.
Bill founded Table Talk in 2002 as a sole proprietorship, funding the ministry from his own pocket until 2006 when Table Talk was formed into a non-profit corporation with a 501c3 tax exempt status from the IRS. Currently, he drives a truck working 70 hours per week for his own personal income. He also owns Trinity Woodworks and Trinity Renovation LLC.; a specialty woodwork and Construction Company, whose incomes are funneled into Table Talk. He also sits on a panel of home repair experts on the internet answering home improvement questions.
Bill is a master craftsman with over 25 years of woodworking and construction experience, including residential contractor consultation.
Bill uses his skill to help others instead of profiting from it, as his heart is in helping those in need.
Bill maintains his accessibility, and is only a phone call away.
To this day, 90% of the jobs performed by Table Talk Ministries are paid for from Bill's own pocket.