Kyle

Tell us a bit about yourself (family/work etc)
Originally from Sussex, I have lived in the Midlands for over 12 years and have been married since 2012. In 2014 I turned from a life-long 'cat person' when we got our crazy dog.  My dad was a Minister and I will be eternally grateful for my parents and the Christian influence they had on my life. It was aged 9 in Children’s Club at my church when I become a Christian.    

I graduated from Anglia University with a degree in Computer Science and Internet Technology. In 2002 I was creating a website for my local church when I started developing our first product - Church Edit as a way for churches to create an effective website.  Over the last 17 years it has been amazing to see how we have been able to help so many churches around the country with both their websites and admin/pastoral software.   

What’s a typical day for you
The day will start with walking the dog and then depending on what day of the week it is I might go for a run. 

At work, each day is varied and running a business with 16 people that is growing so quickly means there is always a lot to do. A lot of my days are spent meeting with different team members and teams.  With many different modules being developed some of the time is spent planning the new software releases as well as general business planning.  

What are you happiest doing, when you’re not working?
I am happiest, going away with my wife and being able to switch off from everything.     I also enjoy catching up with friends over a curry or badly played game of golf. 

Do you have any skills or talents that most people don’t know about?
I did inherit from my Dad a skill for cooking roast dinners but aside from that my cooking skills are not that advanced. However one of my food related talents is I could quite easily eat curry every day for a month. 

Do you have a favourite travel destination?
New York is my favourite city and I’ve been there 3 times. My wife and I went to Cape Verde on Honeymoon and we returned there in 2018.  I’ve been to India twice before on mission trips and is a beautiful country.




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