Chance McLin, Ph.D. is a forty-five-year young father of two with a number of achievements to his name. At the age of eighteen, he began a successful career as a rapper, which saw him through four LPs and a number of tours. Two years into college, he dropped out to enlist in the United States Navy. Subsequent to his enlistment, he chose to revisit his didactic path and earned a PhD in cognitive studies in the UK. For years, he entertained radio listeners in Alabama, Tennessee, and Kentucky as the co-host of a prominent talk show, based out of Nashville on WWCR (World Wide Christian Radio). After a life of what he calls “tissue-paper accolades,” he sought to find something to fill the ever-present void that was his life. That “something” was Jesus Christ. He is now single and resides in Nashville, Tennessee.