NICE TO MEET YOU
I'm Tyler Zach
I’m a certified Enneagram coach with 18 years of experience coaching college students, adults, married couples, and teams. I'm the co-founding pastor of One Hope Church in Omaha, Nebraska where I reside with my wife and two sons. I’ve self-published six books that have sold over 7,500 copies on Amazon and have grown an Instagram following of over 45,000 Enneagram enthusiasts.
I want to be your personal guide to self-awareness, helping you to let go of the things that are keeping you stuck in your personal and professional life.LET'S CHAT
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I grew up in a small Catholic town (with no stoplights) called Humphrey in rural, northeast Nebraska. My first job was a paper route followed by bean walking, detasseling, cleaning hog barns, and serving as a cashier with elderly ladies at Wal-Mart. As an Enneagram Type 3, I sought validation in becoming a black belt in Taekwondo, athletic captain, and Homecoming King.
After moving to the city of Omaha to go to the University of Nebraska to get a tech degree and make a lot of money, my life was radically changed after getting involved in the Cru campus ministry. After meeting Jesus, I "detoxed" from living as a prodigal son in my fraternity house. God redirected me, calling me to start a Bible study and Greek ministry on campus.
I enjoyed the work so much that I decided to raise my full salary and go on staff with Cru. I got married to the most beautiful woman I had ever seen, Lindsey, and she came on staff with me to work with students in the Omaha area for 7 years with a short 2-year stint at Kanas State University. During that time we adopted two baby boys, Zane (2011) and Zeke (2013).
In 2014, I took a pastoral role back in Omaha at a growing church plant called Citylight. Just one year later I was sent out to plant my own church (Citylight Benson, now called One Hope). Little did I know, just 4 years later in 2019 God would call our congregation to merge with a multiethnic church plant. The diverse relationships I have built in that church have re-shaped my understanding of God, my faith, politics, women in ministry, and so much more. I'll be forever changed by that experience.
In January 2023, I made the difficult decision of transitioning out of full-time pastoral ministry in order to help my wife with our youngest son who is on the autism spectrum. We partner together in tutoring him during the week and I spent the rest of the time writing Enneagram books, coaching, speaking, and so many other things I've been wanting to do for a while now. We are truly in one of the best seasons of our lives!
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