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Mail check payable to Inca Link International, P.O. Box 1321, Boone, NC 28607. Write “Peffer’s Ministry” in the memo of the check.

Tyler Peffer’s Ministry

Tyler Peffer and his wife, Karianne, got married in 2013 and currently live in Pittsburgh, PA. Their love story began in 2004, when they started to date in eighth grade. They continued to date throughout high school and college – Tyler at California University of Pennsylvania and Karianne at Grove City College. They graduated from college on the same day and were married later that year. They are now very excited to join in the work of God through Inca Link to reach the youth of Latin America.

Tyler attended a Jubilee conference in college and heard a speaker teach on Exodus 31 and Bezalel, the craftsman who God filled with the Spirit to be skilled in all kinds of craftsmanship and artistic designs in all metals and woods. God told Moses of Bezalel and Moses commanded Bezalel to construct the Ark of the Covenant, the Tabernacle, and other holy items. At this point, Tyler fully understood that you do not have to be a traditional missionary or a pastor to serve Christ in your everyday life. He began to realize his place in the Great Commission and felt a calling and purpose to use his God-given creative talents to honor Christ. 

In 2013, Tyler accepted a job as graphic designer at an advertising agency in Pittsburgh. This was an exciting opportunity that provided a season of professional growth, however Tyler continually felt God’s calling to leave the secular advertising world to pursue a role in which he could use his talents to further the Kingdom of God. After working for seven years at his previous job, Tyler is stepping into the role of Director of Marketing and Design.

The Director of Marketing and Design is responsible for developing and implementing the long-term marketing, graphic design, and communication vision for Inca Link International’s brand, which promotes its unique position in the marketplace. Tyler will support, equip and mobilize Inca Link’s missionaries to clearly communicate their vision and focus on their calling.