Speaker Spotlight: Matt Kysor

With the 2015 Family Conference just around the corner, we wanted to spend some time helping you get to know our speakers for this year’s conference by asking them to answer a few questions for us. Here’s the third of a series of posts we will be running over the next two weeks leading up to the conference on April 18.

imageMatt Kysor – Centerpoint Church, Chillicothe, Ohio

Plenary Session 2 – The Faithful Family

Matt has served as the Executive Pastor of Centerpoint Chuch since the church planted in 2010. He has a Master of Divinity from Regent University. Matt and his wife, Amber, have three sons: Isaiah (10), Noah (6) and London (1).

What do you feel is the most pressing issue for the Christian family today?

Distraction. Our culture is so connected, so fast-paced that families are distracted from the important. It’s in our distraction, that we lose focus on what is important: God, family, etc. In order for Christians to have healthy families, we have to eliminate our distractions and place importance on what God deems important.

Why do you feel this kind of conference is important for our region?

We need to learn from one another. We need to learn how to guide our families. We need support and prayer from our brothers and sisters, who will hold us accountable.

Which conference session (other than your own) are you most excited about?

Definitely not my own. Jason Boothe – Preparing the Family for Cultural Engagement

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  1. […] Matt Kysor is the associate pastor at Centerpoint Church in Chillicothe, Ohio. […]



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