Tom Kyser was ordained to the Gospel ministry during a special divine service at the Manchester, Ky., Church on July 8, 2017. Kyser has an all-consuming passion for Jesus and for making disciples. This passion is captured in his personal mission statement: “As a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, I seek to bring people of all ages into a deeper, more meaningful, transformational relationship with our Creator, Redeemer, and Lord by putting God first in my life, loving people genuinely, and making biblical disciples while teaching others to do the same.”
Kyser was born in Florida, raised in southern Alabama, and joined the U.S. Army shortly after high school. It was during his time in Korea that he hit an all-time low, and started searching for something more in life. This search lead him to the love of his life, Ami, and, more importantly, the person who would lead him to the foot of the cross. He was baptized April 1, 2006, and married on January 16, 2007. He graduated from Southern Adventist University with a bachelor of arts in theology. He now pastors the Manchester and Williamsburg churches. He and his wife, Ami, have two daughters.
Kentucky-Tennessee | September 2017