About Patrick E. Craig

I am a lifelong musician and writer who left a successful career in the music industry after two albums on Warner Brothers Records and years of live performances in one of San Francisco’s most popular music groups to follow Christ in 1984. I spent the next twenty-six years as a worship leader, seminar speaker and pastor in churches, retreats, seminars and conferences all across the Western United States. After ministering in music and worship the last few years with my wife Judy to a circuit of small churches in Northern California, I am now concentrating on writing and publishing both fiction and non-fiction titles.

I draw my stories from a rich tapestry of life experience – growing up in the Pacific Northwest and roaming the high Wallowa mountains as a boy, working summers in the fields around my hometown of Walla Walla, Washington, playing music professionally from the age of thirteen, moving to Seattle in the 60’s and from there to San Francisco in the Summer of Love… then having a life changing encounter with Jesus Christ and meeting my wife Judy in Bible College, Years of ministry , teaching and preaching, two daughters and five grandchildren; all of this contributes to a deep well that I draw from to create stories and teaching that are rich in spiritual values, Christ exalting, and just plain good to read… At least my wife says so 🙂


5 thoughts on “About Patrick E. Craig

  1. Aloha Pat & Judy,

    What a beautiful blessing to find this wonderful website.

    I am so happy to see that your life together has been so richly blessed. Yes, God is good in all his majesty.

    I love the photographs of the beautiful children, they are such a beautiful reflection of the love that surrounds them.

    Have a beautiful weekend.

    Waves of aloha,


  2. I like your website–it’s got many nice features that my cheap website doesn’t have. When I find a publisher for my books I’ll have to add a feature where you can order the book online.


  3. My wife just left her job a the beginning of July, so we’re cutting back on our spending. I’ll have to keep your children’s novel in mind for my oldest grandson for Christmas.


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