Arthur Bud Chrysler earned his degree in leadership and ministry from Grace Bible College (Grace Christian University), Grand Rapids, Michigan. He participated as a volunteer in The City of David Archaeological Project of the Hebrew University’s Institute of Archaeology, Jerusalem in the summer of 1984. The project was directed by Dr. Yigal Shiloh, with area supervisors Eilat Mazar, Yair Shoham, and Donald Ariel. Bud co-authored the article Jerusalem - Large or Small: The Debate Goes On, which was included in an online feature of the Biblical Archaeology Society (September 19, 2006). He has been privileged to speak at many regional events, including the West Michigan Grace Bible Conference in Grand Rapids, Michigan and The Bible and Archaeology Conference in Genoa City, Wisconsin. Bud has been the owner/operator of Eastown Frame & Gallery for more than thirty-five-years and is married, with five children and eight grandchildren.