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Tyler received his undergraduate degree in Psychology from Kansas State University in 2012. After graduation, he spent a year at the Kanakuk Institute, a discipleship program in Branson, Missouri. Upon graduation from the Institute, Tyler moved to Dallas, Texas to study at Dallas Theological Seminary. In May of 2016, Tyler received a Master's of Christian Leadership from DTS. Tyler is passionate about seeing others grow in their relationship with Christ through biblical study, theological training, and a substantive prayer life.

Tyler and his wife Lexis were married in March of 2014. The couple met while working as counselors at Kanakuk Kamps during college. In August fo 2015, Tyler and Lexis moved to Searcy so Lexis could begin the Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program at Harding University. Tyler and Lexis are thankful for the move to Searcy and the opportunity to be a part of the community at Fellowship.

In his spare time, Tyler enjoys creating memories with his wife, officiating high school sports, and activties that take him outdoors.

 

 

Life is hard, life is messy and life can be complicated. This is Real Life. The Psalms reveal these truths are nothing new and in fact, there can be joy and peace in the midst of whatever life throws our way. In this series, we will get real and talk about Life, a life that isn't easy but definitely worth living.

Romans is a book about the heart of the gospel, that maintains the purity of the gospel so that the gospel can be received in our lives and proclaimed accurately. You get the point, the book is Gospel-centered and is so needed in our "believe whatever feels good" culture. Join us as we travel through Romans through the Spring season

500 years ago a movement was started that altered church history as we know it. Martin Luther and others witnessed the church moving away from the true gospel to a gospel of works. Luther didn't know it but due to the invention of the printing press, his works would be spread far and wide in the common tongue of the people. What resulted was the movement we now know as the Reformation. Out of this movement five theological/foundational principles were developed to keep the Church on it's true course. They are known as the five Solas. Scripture alone, Grace alone, Faith alone, Christ alone, for the Glory of God alone... No better way to start 2018 then to get grounded in these truths.

Jesus told his disciples, "..I tell you the truth: it is to your advantage that I go away, for if I do not go away, the Helper will not come to you. But if I go I will send Him to you." John 16:7. There seems to be much confusion regarding the Spirit-filled life and what it looks like in our everyday lives. It's crucial that we have a firm understanding of the Holy Spirit's role and how we can walk in the power He provides. In this series we will dive into our understanding and application of Spirit Filled living.

Everyday we are faced with myriads of decisions that can be based on one of two perspectives. Human understanding or divine wisdom. Solomon shares his wisdom with us concerning everyday life. How can the big decisions and small ones be shared by the wisdom of God?

The book of Judges may have been written some 3500 years ago but human nature still remains the same. The struggle of the people of God continues to be the struggle we face today. Is God worthy of our full trust? Will he remain faithful to us? How have the idols of our age tainted our faith? Judges is an honest look at a broken people and a faithful God. Join us as look into this powerful book and the implications it holds for us today.

Christmas is all about God sending his son to take on human flesh in order to save us. We have been blessed to be a blessing. Through December we will uncover the greatest joy of being a blessing to those around us. Hope you can join us for this 6 week series.

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