Tyler Velin

Tyler Velin

Tyler Velin has been on staff at Sovereign Hope since 2007 and an elder since 2015. He currently oversees student ministries and works directly with Grizzly Christian Fellowship. He is a graduate of the University of Montana and Western Seminary (Portland, OR). Tyler’s passion is the preaching and teaching of the gospel and its significance in today’s culture. Tyler and Sarah were married in 2011 and have a son, Owen (2012), and a daughter, Addley (2015).

Seeing and Tasting the Glory of Jesus: How Coffee Made me a Better Christian, read the new post by Tyler Velin.

The Attractive Nativity

December 21, 2016

How many people do you think visited Jesus on the night he was born? And why does it matter? Tyler Velin helps us see the attractive nature of infant Christ in his newest post

Pleading With God

November 16, 2016

Sometimes God doesn’t want you to ask for help. Sometimes he wants you to do something different.

5 Ways to Pray for GCF

August 24, 2016

Grizzly Christian Fellowship kicks off in less than two weeks! Tyler Velin gives us five ways we can pray for GCF this fall.

Missoula is proposing a new cell phone bill. Tyler Velin says it reveals more about our hearts than our data usage.

Beware the Bandar-Log

February 17, 2016

Rudyard Kipling captures our imagination in The Jungle Books, but he also captures a biblical portrait of sin. Tyler Velin pulls four things we can learn about sin from this famous book.

We sing it, we read it, we promote it: self-expression is the idea that the best thing you can be is yourself. Culture says this is the key to progress. The gospel says different. Tyler Velin helps us understand in his newest post.

What does Paul mean when he says, “When Christ who is your life appears…”? Tyler Velin helps us understand our hopes and dreams in light of Colossians 3:1-4.

We don’t need to look very far to encounter an example of moral failure in the area of sexuality. It’s become all too common, but this shouldn’t be the case in the church. Tyler Velin helps us fight against this with some basic principles and practices.

The shadows are fading when it comes to entering the debate on homosexuality. You are being forced to take a stance. What does it mean to think Christianly on the issues and how is it ultimately loving? Read the post by Tyler Velin.

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