Serving Millennials on the Journey Toward Significant Life.
I’m Tyler. I’m a 31 year-old writer and pastor from Oregon where I live with my wife Rose and two children.
This is my personal blog where I focus on helping each of us move toward living the life God desires for us.
I believe that God has a truly significant life in mind for each of us, despite the difficult circumstances most of us find ourselves in. Your reality is not your destiny.
I write about Millennials, God, faith, church, and theology. My writing has been featured in various publications, such as Relevant Magazine and Christianity Today. And one of my books has reached the top 15 books on Amazon.
If you are looking to lead a significant life instead of going through the motions of a mundane existence, then this blog will be a great resource for you. I hope you’ll subscribe to the RSS feed or receive posts by email. Also join this community of blog readers by signing up for my free email newsletter where I’ll focus exclusively on the journey toward significant life.
Here’s a few of my most popular posts and series over the past 5 years of blogging under the various categories covered.
–Becoming a Significant 20-something
–Mentoring in the Church (blog series)
–Sovereignty of God (blog series)
–Discipleship: Re-Imagining Our Calling From Jesus (blog series)
I have been integrally connected to the local church ever since I was young child. Having grown up as the oldest child of a pastor I’ve seen countless dear friends settle for less than what God could have accomplished in and through them. Encountering this all through childhood and adolescence led me to help be apart of others finding new life in Christ.
I graduated from George Fox University in 2007 and shortly after my undergraduate program completion I began attending Multnomah Biblical Seminary in pursuit of a now completed Masters degree in Pastoral Studies.
I currently serve at New Harvest Church in Salem, Oregon as the Associate Pastor of Worship and Family Life.
In my free time I enjoy…who am I kidding? I have two young kids, there’s no such thing as free time.
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