Kyle Fox

Assistant Pastor / Home Groups & Operations

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Kyle Fox has been involved in full time, bi-vocational ministry since 2009. In 2014 after selling their business, his family set out as full time missionaries. They spent a short stint on a sailing catamaran in Southern Florida and the Bahamas, home schooling thier two boys and preparing for their first assignment. In 2017 they planted Calvary Belém in Northern Brazil, in the state of Pará. Kyle and his wife have started a number of ministries under Calvary Belém ranging from human trafficking/prostitution ministry, refugee care, coffee shop ministry and a number of different forms of street outreach. During their eight years in Brazil, It was a joy and honor to regularly teach at the bible school in the south of the country. Kyle is passionate about teaching and equipping the next generation of missionaries, church planters and leaders. His heart is to be used by the Lord to preach the gospel, and strengthen the body of Christ.

Get to know Pastor Kyle!

What is your role at Reliance Church?
I’m the Director of Operations and Discipleship here at Reliance church.

Describe your job in five words?
Edifying the Body of Christ.

When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to be a Navy Fighter Pilot or a Garbage Collector.

Coffee, Tea, or Soda?

Go-to worship song?
At the moment, my go-to worship song is “Is He Worthy?” by Andrew Peterson and Ben Shive

Who has had the most influence in your spiritual life?
My pastor of our home church in Colorado, Ed Taylor.

Food you can’t live without?
Taco Bell

Which Bible character would you most likely to be best friends with?
I would want to be friends with Joshua (Moses’ successor) because I admire his courage, his faithfulness and his obedience to the Lord.

Favorite Quote of all time?
“When I thought that God was hard, I found it easy to sin; but when I found God so kind, so good, so overflowing with compassion, I smote upon my breast to think that I could have rebelled against one who loved me so, and sought my good.” -Charles Spurgeon

What is your hope for Reliance Church?
My hope for our church is that we honor the Lord, that we are pleasing to Him. I hope that we grow deeper in our relationship with the Lord and with one another. I also hope that the Lord will use Reliance Church to send countless workers out into the field because the harvest is great.