Conduit Mission launched as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in 2007, setting out to be exactly that…a conduit. Along the way we have explored what it looks like to be a “conduit” of resources to the hopeless and hurting of the world. From finances to people- we are constantly searching for new methods and ideas to funnel hope, love and encouragement to those who have never had, or have had it taken away.
Darren Tyler is a veteran in the music and entertainment industry. His 20 year career included stints at Vanguard Entertainment and William Morris Agency before founding Platform Artist Management. His clients included Jars of Clay, Third Day, and Kutless. In 2010 he laid that aside to give his full attention to Conduit Mission, which he founded in 2007.
With an endless stream of dreamers and achievers beside him, Darren splits his time between his small farm outside Nashville and his homes away from home in Haiti and Guatemala. His journeys have earned him rich and fruitful relationships with friends from the hills of Haiti to the shipping lanes of West Africa.
Today he still pastors the original Bible study, now grown into Conduit Church, as well as casting vision for Bible Institutes around the globe led by fellow Conduits. Darren and his wife of 20 years Shannon have 4 children. Madilyn is 17, Ashleigh 13, Lauryn, 12 and Ethan is 8. He resides on a small farm just outside Nashville, TN.
For more information on Conduit Church, the Bible Institute vision, or how to constantly lose electronics and have them all find their way back to you, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Combining his love of music and travel, David Christopher left his position of house parent at a children’s home and moved to Nashville in 2001 to become a tour manager in the music industry. Four years later, an eye-opening Perspectives on the World Christian Movement class combined with a subsequent trip to Nepal radically shifted his worldview. There he finally saw first hand the beauty and horror of absolute poverty and its effects on the human condition. Since then, he has crisscrossed the globe either touring or in humanitarian aid. In 2012, David brought his experiences in missions and tour managing to serve as the role of Director of Missions at Conduit Mission. David collects percussion instruments, is a die-hard Manchester United fan, has a mad passion for the outdoors, and when he’s not out in his canoe, he’s spending time with his beautiful family.
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Hey since you’ve bothered to trek this far…if you are looking to get to know us better, are taking a trip with us in the near future, or are simply curious to learn more about what makes us tick, we’d really like to ask you read one of our favorite books- When Helping Hurts, by Steven Corbett and Brian Fikkert. We don’t personally know the gentlemen who wrote it, and have no current connection with them (or hidden agenda), but we find our world view lines up with most of what is written in it pretty closely. And we couldn’t think of a better way to start finding out what all we have in common together than a good conversation about a great resource of a book. The fine people at Amazon have it available here.