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Remembering Tyler Trent

"Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus."

  1 Thess. 5:16-18

 

We mourn the passing of Tyler Trent but praise God for Tyler's life and the testimony of faith he has boldly proclaimed. Tyler is so much more than his cancer. He used all of his God-given days to fight against cancer and for his Savior, and for a 20-year-old man, he has left a huge legacy.

This is not the end of Tyler's story. The resurrection is our hope for eternal life. In it, we're reminded: Cancer does not win. Christ is victorious.

Support Tyler's legacy by pre-ordering a copy of his book, "The Upset."

Honoring Tyler's Life

The Tyler Trent Celebration of Life Service was held on Tuesday, Jan. 8 at 6 p.m. EST at College Park Church in Indianapolis. 

Questions

How can I share condolences with the family?

If you would like to share your condolences or stories with the Trent family, please share a video of how Tyler has impacted your life, using #NeverGiveUpT2. You can also email your story to .

How can I help? Can I donate or send flowers?

We encourage you to pray for the Trent family as they walk through this difficult season. If you would like to volunteer at the funeral in some capacity, please contact Shannon Lewis.

The family is accepting flowers. Additionally, you can support Tyler's legacy by purchasing his book, "The Upset." 

You can also support Tyler's legacy by giving to one of the following:

Is there a video of the service?

The livestream recording of the service is available on this webpage and on our Facebook page.

Where can I get Tyler's book?

Tyler's book, "The Upset," is set to release in March 2019. However, you can pre-order a copy now.

Pre-Order "The Upset"

Media Inquiries

Please direct all media inquiries to Shannon Lewis.