Bio

By Kyle T.

I am the Pastor of Shore Community Church, a church we started in August 2011, in my home in Berlin, MD. I’m married to Tara and we have four kids. I became a Christian when I was 15 after I was invited to attend church with my buddy Shay. I am a graduate of Liberty University and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.  During my schooling, I worked in several intern programs at various churches. During Seminary I was a Collegiate Intern with Scott Davis at Cedar Creek. I worked for Starbucks for almost six years before becoming a pastor. SonRise Church was my first pastorate where I served from March, 2008 to May 2011 and I am forever indebted to Pastor Daryl and the good people of that church. I enjoy coffee, reading, fishing, hunting, going to the beach, grilling and writing.

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