Rich Aguilera is known by many as “The Mud Guy.” He writes the nature column for Guide Magazine and now he’s excited to be teaching kids and adults about God’s nature on Kids’ Time.
One of his favorite activities is traveling. He has traveled to 49 of the 50 U.S. states, all 6 inhabited continents, and over 60 countries. When he travels, his goal is to immediately get out of the city and get himself surrounded by the nature God has created for us to enjoy on this planet.
Even though Rich originally studied architecture, a few years ago he started a ministry called One Mustard Seed. For several years now he’s been working full time producing audio and video resources, writing, as well as presenting dynamic speaking events all over the world. He loves to teach kids about God our creator because he’s aware that the secular world is working hard to convince kids that there is no God, and that we evolved from random chemical mixing (evolution). It makes him sad to think that there are people in the world that don’t know how awesome and powerful God is, so he travels all over sharing that news to kids and adults alike.
Rich is married to Ivette and has two boys, Leo and Alex. They live near Berrien Springs, Michigan. His parents were immigrants from Chile and Cuba so he learned Spanish at home as a child. When he grew up, he also spent a year living in France so that he could also learn French.
He hopes you always appreciate God’s nature no matter where you are or where you go. Says Rich, “Remember, God is the Creator. Nature is His masterpiece!”