Timothy R. Butler is a pastor, teacher and writer. He serves as Planting Pastor at Little Hills Church and also Pastor of FaithTree Christian Fellowship, a young adult ministry formed through the cooperation of several churches in St. Charles County, Missouri. Previously, Tim served as the University Chaplain of Lindenwood University, where he created “the Chaplain's Office,” which reintroduced chapel services and other ministry events at the university. He also previously served as Associate Pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church in Cottleville, Missouri.
Tim has also worked for almost two decades as a writer and is the Editor-in-Chief of Open for Business, an online magazine that he founded in 2001 and recently relaunched. He has experience writing on theology, literature, philosophy, technology and politics. Butler earned a B.A. in English Literature and Religious Studies from Lindenwood University and an M.Div at Covenant Theological Seminary. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Modern Church History at Concordia Seminary (St. Louis).