The son of missionaries who spent his earliest years living in the West Bank and on the island of Cyprus, Timothy Palmer is a singer/songwriter, poet, and speaker who currently lives in Abilene, TX with his wife, Erin, and their three children, Aubrey, Elijah, and Quinn. Formerly, Timothy served as the Assistant Chaplain at McMurry University, and is the founder of RE: Ministries, a not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to joining God in rebuilding, restoring, and renewing what’s been lost, devastated, and abandoned. A passionate communicator, Timothy has spent much of the last decade traveling, learning from, and sharing with others on this journey of faith. Whether he’s performing music at Harvard Divinity School, preaching in the Sacramento mountains of New Mexico, or sitting around the living room with high school students during a weekend retreat, the message is always the same: when we begin to live our lives from Love rather than working for Love, compassion begins to displace judgement, we realize our kinship with all humanity, and, together, we begin to heal.
Timothy is the author of Re: Memos on Faith and Life, a month-long devotional book that includes reflections on art, beauty, doubt, and hope. He has recorded two albums of original music, The Breeze, and his latest offering, The Half-Boy EP, which was released in 2015. Comprised of 6 songs, The Half-Boy is a multi-faceted exploration of the kinship of all humanity that incorporates original art and creative storytelling.
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