"Tychicus Ministries excels at offering the type of on-field support that so many missionary teams are asking for. Missions on the front-line can be very challenging and the staff at Tychicus are well-versed in those realities. Our Zambia field had the pleasure of receiving a Tychicus team and were so blessed by the experience. Tychicus makes it a point to serve missionaries and they are clearly adept in engaging in cross-cultural ministry, even when the schedule is demanding."
- Tim Hilty Executive Director ACTION Zambia
"If you need a team to work with children or lead in worship or in some other 'helping ministry.' I recommend you consider them. They have been very intentional about establishing their ministry after researching the needs and are serious about serving workers in a sensitive way. They do not come in to 'do their own thing.' Rather their approach is to listen to workers and serve according to the need."
-Chuck Sutton Director of Training and Resources
"Tychicus Ministries is a special bunch of people! They're flexible, gracious and above all servants. They tackled a kids program that was a great success, and organized and led the music for our conference with skill and enthusiasm. I greatly appreciated the way in which they integrated themselves into our program, adding their gifts to ours in order to serve us better. Highly recommended!"
- Mike Scott Missionary Cameroon
"I looked you guys up on the Internet before the conference fearful that World Team might have gotten a "light-gospel" type group to nanny the kids. No, from what I saw and heard, my young men heard the gospel and got Biblical teaching. Thank you so much!"
-Craig C. Missionary Budapest
"I had never worked with Janet prior to this past weekend's worship. I had heard her name spoken in the past with great regard about how well she puts together moving and powerful worship music.
I learned a great deal from her in how to use the gift God blessed me with in singing. I had always gone to worship with the mindset that I was just another piece filling in one sound. It took just 20 minutes of practicing our songs with Janet to be able to feel comfortable with singing with more power and emotion than I probably ever had before."
- Jesse K. worship workshop attendee
"Thank you so much for coming back to Bali to teach us again. Every lesson I was completely tuned in and convicted by what you shared. Every single lesson this week related to me and what I have been dealing with in my life or helping out in a friend's life. The idea of nailing our sins and failures to the cross really liberated me from a sin that I have not been able to get rid of no matter how much I pray. I have not even thought about that sin since we nailed it to the cross because I truly feel like I was forgiven and that I can be free from those things. Thank you for praying for us and bringing us candy! Have a safe flight and you both have inspired me to really live out my faith, especially with my friends!"
-TCK youth conference attendee
Having a small team from Tychicus Ministries visit us was like a breath of fresh air. Missionary life in Haiti is challenging and demanding. The team encouraged us an served us and their involvement gave our family time to focus on each other-plus we had a lot of fun with the team!
The team served our family in such simple, but special ways. They babysat our kids, painted a mural on the wall of our children's bedroom, did some home repairs and led our missionary community in worship. Their only agenda in coming was to serve in anyway they could. We look forward to when they can come again.
-Sean Christensen Missionary Haiti
"Hey, so basically, a big part is an applicable message for the audience. But at the same time, an even greater part is developing personal relationships with your audience. One is much more likely to listen to someone they know, admire, and respect than a random guy. Another big thing for me is when the leader is willing to humble himself and see me on his level. I don't know why but I always feel extremely loved when an adult is willing to treat me as an equal. For example, you being willing to listen to my opinion on spiritual matters such as ministry during the conference last year. I greatly appreciated and I felt taken seriously, like, key word like tongue emoticon you cared. No but I guess a big part is opening up that heart that the leaders have for the kids. Most leaders should have a passionate heart for them and I think the most effective way of using it is by opening it up and letting the kids see that heart, and in that way it can touch theirs."
-TCK youth conference attendee