Pastors & Staff

Pastor Tim

Lead Pastor

Pastor Tim has been the pastor at The Life Center for over 15 years.  Tim is a student of God’s word and a life-long learner. He’s light-hearted and leads with conviction and humility. He’s a devoted husband, dad, and enjoys the outdoor life. He graduated from Lee University with a degree in Bible and Theology.

"My ministry in a nutshell is to reach young people before they need rescued and rescue anyone with the gospel of hope."

In his spare time, Tim likes to spend time with his family, play golf with his Dad and read revival history.

Steve and Alexa Tyrrell

Children's Leaders

Steve and Alexa have a heart for children to encounter Christ. From VBS to children's church they faithfully teach and minister God's world to our next generation.
Steve and Alexa and their family originate from New York but have been serving at The Life Center since they were married. We appreciate and honor their ministry to our children.

Becky Forsythe

Worship Pastor

Becky and her family are native to our city and have a desire to see our city transformed by the gospel. Becky's deliberate commitment to worship and leadership have served our family here and our city well over the years.
When not leading worship, Becky spends her time as an educator and encouraging her family in many sports endeavors.  

Switch Youth

Switching a generation

Switch is our weekly Wednesday night ministry at The Life Center for students 6-12th grade. Switch is loaded with worship, friends, small groups, and a message geared towards students and their everyday life. Our goal is to create an experience where students can meet Christ and grow in their relationship with Him.

Food Pantry

Volunteer Coordinator

Our food pantry exists to serve the Wabash Valley with food and supplies to those in need. Our team serves on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month and on special occasions throughout the year.
Our team is not just serving food but making new and lasting friendships through the people who walk through our doors. Prayer, food, and a whole lot of love make our pantry look somewhere you want to go and not have to go.