Tyler Mosier felt the call to ministry early in middle school and never wavered. Even before he met two Boise Bible College reps at Pleasant Valley Christian Camp’s middle school week, Tyler knew he wanted to serve God with everything he had. After a conversation with the reps, he researched many schools, but BBC always stayed at the top of his list.
Even before his senior year of high school, he knew he wanted to head to BBC and already mapped out most of his classes. Before he walked into his first class, he wondered if it would be challenging enough. When he walked out of Life of Christ (taught by Dale Cornett) and Introduction to New Testament (taught by Derek Voorhees), he wondered if he had what it would take to make it through the semester!
RISING TO THE CHALLENGE
Every class challenged Tyler but he didn’t forget his mission and rose to it, graduating in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Family Ministry. Today, he directs the upper elementary and youth ministries at Highline Christian Church in Burien, WA. The growing church in South Seattle also gets to hear him preach occasionally.
Tyler met many lifelong friends at BBC, the best one being his wife Katy (BS in Christian Teaching’18). They met through the efforts of some matchmaker friends using intramural basketball games as an excuse. He says, “It was my skills on the court that caught her eye,” but then he adds with a smile, “anyone who saw me out there knows that isn’t true.” The couple continues to enjoy the support and encouragement of many other friends from college, including Hayden Wright, Bryan Cobley (BA’17), Jakob (BS’12) and Stacey King, Hunter Croft (BA’17), and Connor Southerton (BS’17) to name a few.
Still, a man who knows what he wants, Tyler continues to grow, learn, and seek new challenges. He helps direct youth camps and recently, Pleasant Vally Christian Camp asked him to serve on the board. In addition, he’s recently taken up learning Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu! He and Katy also get out to enjoy the area when they get a sunny day, fishing, hiking, or swimming.
Tyler makes an impact on the young people he leads and the congregation he serves. He was one of the youngest asked to preach at Spring Conference. He lives out the values he experienced at BBC as an excellent teacher/preacher, building a community, innovatively leading the upcoming generation, and serving humbly in his ministry.
SPRING CONFERENCE DETAILS
Tyler was scheduled to be one of 12 alumni speakers at Spring Conference. Unfortunately, we have had to cancel all on-campus events for the rest of the school year.
Please be in prayer for BBC and the rest of the world as we work through the effects of the coronavirus crisis.