To accelerate the development of future pastors, church planters and lay leaders through robust internship and residency programs.
"1 You then, my son, be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus. 2 And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable men who will also be qualified to teach others."
2 Timothy 2:1-2
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Ryan is a 26 year veteran of the print and design industry. St. Louis area natives, the Quayle family relocated to Ann Arbor in early 2012. After years pursuing business development, Ryan now gifts much of his time and talents to Mosaic Church where he serves as the Director of Communications. He is currently a full time pastoral intern and lends leadership to community groups, children’s ministry, and community development initiatives while being further equipped for shepherding responsibilities with church planting in mind.
Proceeds from Ryan Quayle Design, in addition to financial gifts from supporters, directly fund Ryan’s ministry position and help advance God’s kingdom in the communities where he serves. It is with great humility that we ask you to prayerfully consider supporting the Quayle family as they continue to serve, study, and grow. Whether it be by allowing us to provide you with quality print and design, or by your direct financial support – your gift is appreciated more than we can express. Our promise to you is that we will steward all resources with experienced counsel, pause, prayer, and wisdom. To learn more, you may email Ryan directly at ryan@mosaicA2.org.
Direct Timothy Project donations (to Mosaic Church of Ann Arbor via the “Support Us” button below) are tax deductible. Receipt will be mailed to you for your records.
Please select "Timothy Project", enter the amount you wish to give, then choose "Quayle".
Tim is a recent college graduate, who for the past few years has been wrestling with what it looks like to take his skills and talents and most effectively use them for the glory of God. After multiple summers of ministry work at SpringHill Camps, he began to wonder what it would look like to pursue ministry in other contexts. He is currently involved with The Timothy Project with Mosaic Church, where he serves as a ministry intern. He is committed to intentionally building leaders who are passionate about impacting the community with the love of Christ.