About Me

My name is Ethan Sayler.  I serve as the pastor of Lennox Ebenezer Presbyterian Church (PCA).  I am a man in desperate need of grace, and have been blessed to know the all-sufficient Grace of God in Christ Jesus my Savior.

I completed my undergraduate work at Sterling College in Sterling, KS in 1995, and earned a MDiv. from Princeton Theological Seminary in 2001.

I am married with four children (15, 13, and 8, and 6); and if I ever find the time, I love to run, read, and play with the kids.

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6 Responses to About Me

  1. Robert Ritsko says:

    Thanks for the honest web site…..I pastor in Yuma AZ…..Was looking for some different insight into “the joy of the Lord is my strength” and found your site. Thanks for hanging in there….I personally have been so busy with the practical stuff of ministry…that I let my personal relationship with the Lord slip into the “taking it for granted stage.”…Thanks for the wake up…….keep pressing on…robert

  2. Bernie Silvers says:

    Scotch and a cigar, huh?? And here I am sitting on the front porch just watching the sun go down with a nice cuban and not a good scotch in site. I left a message on your cellphone and look forward to hearing back from you. It sure would be nice to catch up an share some old memories.

  3. Christine Sayler says:

    I am sending you a new picture to post here. Never, ever put a picture of a woman who is only a week post partum up on a website for everyone to see.

  4. Hi Pastor Ethan,

    Wow…..You have a lot to say! SMILE….I enjoy reading your posts….One of my favorites was an Oct 2009 post called “Spiritual Zombies”. Keep up the good work building God’s people. Are you on FB/Twitter?

    Sis Myisha

    • reveds says:

      Myisha,
      Thanks for the positive comment. No, I’m not on Twitter, as much as I try to be tech-savvy, I haven’t really found the need to go that far. I am on Facebook, so look me up and send me a note there if you want.
      Grace and peace,
      Ethan

  5. Scott Flora says:

    Spoken like a true Presbyterian. It’s good to know there a men like you in the PC(USA). As member of the OPC, I do appreciate your devotional based on the Heidelberg Catechism. It’s is incredibly encouraging. Our congregation is currently going through the HC each Sunday for the entire year.

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