Hi, I’m Tyler Watson. This blog is an attempt to think theologically about the stuff of daily life. Because of that, just about any topic is up for discussion.

I have self-published devotionals that can be purchased at Amazon.com in either the Kindle format or in paperback.

I live in California, in the East Bay. I’m a Christian. I’m married. I grew up in a small town in the San Joaquin Valley called Sanger. I attended UC Davis and Fuller Theological Seminary. I was slowly becoming an ordained minister in the Evangelical Covenant Church, but that process is on hold as I am currently a stay at-home dad with our three kids, all of whom we adopted.

This is a personal blog, meaning that the thoughts and opinions written here only reflect what I think and are not to be taken as representative of any other organization, group, church, party, or Watson for that matter. And though this is a personal blog, I’ll try to refrain from talking about the tid-bits of my day like flossing.

Thanks for visiting and reading.

3 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Tyler,
    Just found your blog by accident when I was looking up information for my genealogy work. You mentioned my great-grandfather…Otto Hogfeldt, editor of Mission Friends and pastor at North Park Covenant Church (I attended school at North Park many years ago!). He was a remarkable man and I have a lot of info on him plus most of his Hemat books he published through the years. What a small world to see you bring up his name through a letter! If you have anymore info on him I would love to hear! Thanks,
    Laurie (Stromberg) Wright

    • Hi Laurie,

      Unfortunately I don’t have any other information to offer you about your great-grandfather. Everything I learned about him came from the Olsson book, By One Spirit, which you can purchase at the Covenant bookstore. Have fun exploring your family’s history.

  2. Hi Tyler,

    It’s been a long while; I had no idea you had relocated to the East Bay! I’m still in Berkeley, myself, working at a local bakery and continuing to engage with the poor. No idea what your terrain is like, but it would be fun to catch up with you guys at some point if you’ve time.


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