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Peter W. Heck lives in Kokomo, Indiana with his wife Jenny, their daughters, Addison and Bristol, and their son Grayson. For a brief biographical sketch that can be used for speaking introductions, click here.

Peter graduated cum laude from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science in both Social Studies Education and Political Science. Then after compiling a perfect academic record, he earned his Masters in Political Science from Ball State University in 2007.

Peter has been a public high school teacher since the fall of 2001, teaching courses in American government and American history, having won numerous regional and state awards for his efforts. Additionally, in the summer of 2004, Peter founded a media productions corporation, Attaboy Productions, Inc., in coordination with the launch of his radio program.

Since its inception, The Pete Heck Radio Show has been heard on over 200 radio stations across the United States in cooperation with the American Family Radio network. More information is available at the show's website:

In 2011, Attaboy Productions, Inc. published Peter's first book, 78: How Christians Can Save America. After selling thousands of copies and making live presentations of 78 around the country, Peter's second book, BELiEVE: A Confrontation with Christianity's Biggest Challenges, was published in 2012.

Peter is also a freelance opinion columnist who has been published in The Washington Times, as well as papers in 14 states. His work also appears online at The American Thinker and OneNewsNow. For daily content, featured commentary from Peter Heck's radio show can be read here.

To contact Attaboy Productions, Inc. about any of Peter's work, including booking information for speeches and live presentations, either submit this form, email or call our office at 765-860-9406.