My name is Tim Brygger.

My wife, Sarah, and I moved to Denver with our five children to attend Denver Seminary. I graduated with two master’s degrees: one in Theology and one in Christian Formation & Soul Care. During those years we added our sixth child.

Before attending seminary Sarah and I served a stint in Brazil with Cru, I worked for a decade as a freelance graphic designer, I self-published a book on Christian identity, and collaborated for a year with Focus on the Family on The Family Project, a DVD teaching series regarding God’s design for family. During seminary I was involved with the Spiritual Transformation and Discipleship Alliance – having been invited to take over as director – and, through that network, co-led day retreats for ministry leaders. Post-seminary I have served as an interim professor at Denver Seminary, and was contracted by the seminary to co-write a booklet for incoming students that seeks to equip them to thrive spiritually in an overbearing, academic environment.