We have all received gifts (grace) from God.  And, “as each has received a gift,” we are to “use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace” (1 Peter 4:10). We are given these gifts for the “progress and joy” of one another’s faith (Philippians 1:25).

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Rev. Shirley Lytle is an author, ordained minister, licensed counselor and a keynote speaker. Rev. Lytle has worked in ministry for over 30 years. She authored, “Marriage and the Trifling Things We Do,” released in 2006, which has captured the attention of thousands of readers.

 Rev. Lytle graduated from Phoenix Seminary with a Masters of Divinity with a concentration in counseling and family.  She holds an undergraduate degree in Business Management.  She completed a post-graduate certification in Clinical Pastoral Counseling through Seattle University.  She is a licensed mental health counselor within the state of Washington.  

 Rev. Lytle balances her time and attention between her full time private counseling practice (Bellevue/Seattle) and supporting pastors in ministry.   She develops and facilitates relationship and communication workshops for churches and corporations both nationally and internationally.    Prior to accepting the call into ministry her background was in finance where she spent 18 years in senior management in the corporate arena. 

 “Rev. Shirley”, as she is affectionately referred to, is best known for her practical and no nonsense approach. She addresses real world issues that individuals face with truth and compassion.   Rev. Lytle has been happily married to Darryl Lytle for 34 +years.  They have one son. 

Shirley Lytle, MA, LMHC, MHP
480-225-9099/ 425-998-7123
Twitter: @ShirleyLytle