Tim Ritter

To Every Tribe

Tim began attending Kishwaukee Bible Church in 1997, when he and his family moved to the DeKalb County area. Towards the end of high school he became involved in KBC’s pastoral training program for several years. This included Bible study, mentorship by church leaders, and regular service in the church. From 2009 to 2016, he served in various roles including teaching positions in the church’s Vacation Bible School, children’s and youth Sunday School, and adult Bible studies. He was also actively involved in Sunday morning logistics and support roles during that time.

Two years after graduating from Thomas Edison State University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in History, he became interested in pursuing service in God’s global mission by going as a missionary. This led him to apply to the Center for Pioneer Church Planting, To Every Tribe’s (TET) two year training program for those desiring to be pioneer church planters among those without a current Gospel presence. He began the program in August 2016 and hopes to join TET’s work with the First Nations people of Northwest Ontario, Canada when he has completed training. Tim’s passion is to help Christ’s Church live out their identity as disciples and ambassadors of Christ in every area of life, wherever they are, leading to the worship of Christ among the nations.

You can reach Tim via e-mail here.