Recently married and with an undergraduate degree in anthropology from Southeast Missouri State University, Tyler comes from a family with a long history of ministry and service. His father was a youth minister for 23 years and recently transitioned to family ministry. Theological issues, the differences in gospels, the deeper issues are “kinda' fun” to Tyler.
“My big passion in ministry is bridging the gap between classroom and pulpit,” he says. “I deeply value education, and I'm tired of people saying that what is taught in church is not what is taught in school. create is helping me bridge that gap.”