C.W. and his wife Gwen enjoy studying biblical archaeology, and have visited sites in eight different countries. An authority on the Apostle Paul, Pastor Steinle has held Bible studies on location in Israel, Philippi, Thessaloniki, Corinth, Athens, and Egypt, traveling the route of the Exodus across the Red Sea through Sinai and up to Mt. Nebo in Jordan. Three times the couple has followed in the footsteps of Paul, by land and by sea - along the old Roman highways and by ship throughout the northern Mediterranean, including the course of Paul's final shipwreck.
C.W. Steinle began his professional career as a CPA because of his knack for organizing information. Many Christian theologians and prophecy scholars have backgrounds in law, accounting, and business. For Christians who believe that the Bible is God-breathed, the ability to gather information and draw correlations is crucial for rightly dividing the Word of God.
To be a good teacher, one must also be a good story teller. Ultimately, unless principles can be explained in down-to-earth, real-life terms, the most brilliant insights cannot be conveyed to the reader. C.W. Steinle can relate to people. His hobbies include: sailing, golf, skiing, jewelry, sculpture, hiking, tennis and flying. He has worked as a tradesman as: carpenter, welder, jeweler, locksmith, cook, electrician, metal sculptor, sales, psychiatric technician, surveyor, painter, security guard, and his three main careers: CPA, pastor, and writer.