Today I was driving with my boys in the car. Judah said something that made me think: “That’s my church, daddy.” What a great perspective from a two year old. He didn’t say “that’s your church”, “that’s where you work”, or “that’s where I go once a week to play in the nursery” (if he would have said that, I probably would have fallen out of
I had a thought strike me yesterday: “Am I making excuses or seizing opportunities?” I had the chance to spend the day with Josh Jamison (one of my closest friends and co-worker) and a mentor to us, Monty Hipp. It was a day full of thinking, praying, talking and reflecting about life and ministry. We had the opportunity to change our location a few different times yesterday. One of the places we went to w
Today I was studying for an upcoming series on Grace that we are doing at our student ministry. I was looking over some highlights in a book that I read this past year (The Discipline of Grace by Jerry Bridges), and came across this quote that caused me to pause and think. “To live no longer for ourselves but for Him is the essence of discipleship.”It is a daily battle to not “live for ourselvesR
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My name is Tyler. My wife is Amber. We have 3 kids: Judah, Justus and Faith. We are the lead pastors at Life Center Rainier in Tacoma, WA. I enjoy good coffee, laughing, reading, sports, photography and music. My passion is to know Jesus and make Him known.