Tim Suttle is a pastor, writer, and musician. His is the author of several books including Shrink (Zondervan 2014), An Evangelical Social Gospel? (Cascade 2011), and Public Jesus (The House, 2012). Tim wrote for the Religion Section of The Huffington Post, and his work has been featured at Sojourners, On Faith, Crosswalk, The Other Journal, and many other magazines and journals.
Tim is also the founder and frontman of the popular Christian band Satellite Soul, with whom he toured for nearly a decade. He holds degrees from Kansas State University, B.S., and Nazarene Theological Seminary M.Div., and D.min., writing his dissertation using Continental Philosophy and Psychoanalytic Theory (Lacan, Hegel, Zizek) to construct a theory of meaning and meaningfulness in life.
Tim has planted three successful churches including Redemption Church in Olathe, Kansas, where he is the senior pastor. Tim and his wife, Kristin, live in Kansas City with their two boys. Tim was a founding member of the Associated Ministerial Order (AMO), and is still actively involved in their work. In recent years, Tim helped found the Good Faith Network, an interfaith grassroots organization advocating for well-researched solutions to problems of injustice in Johnson County.