Driggs was raised in Nebraska. He attended Hastings College then painted, taught, and exhibited his
art for 18 years. Through the years he owned galleries in Omaha, NE and Cheyenne, WY. Gradually,
his artwork developed into the center of his life, in competition with the One True GOD.

In 1989, Driggs decided to take a sabbatical from his artwork to study and surrender to the Lordship
of Jesus in his life. That surrender led him to seminary and the pulpit ministry. He was a pastor for 18
years before God allowed him again to do his artwork.



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