Kyle Horner is an internationally renowned speaker whose passionate motivational style has impacted audiences from Europe to Australia. With over 25 years of ministry and leadership experience, Kyle’s commitment and ability to present the timeless truths of God in a relevant and practical way has seen countless lives impacted around the world. It is this message of freedom centered within the grace and love of God that maintains the power to set people free. It is this truth that compels Kyle to bring the hope of the gospel to people both locally and globally.  Kyle & his wife, Danielle, planted The Connect Church in 1998.  Since then The Connect Church has become a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, multi-generational, and multi-campus church which is focused on bringing a living Jesus to a dying world. Through multiple campuses, online connection, and compassion centered initiatives The Connect Church is reaching local communities with the tangible love of Christ.

Kyle’s insights come from a wide spectrum of successful leadership roles ranging from being an All-American quarterback, to founding Forward Business Institute, a program designed to develop the leadership acumen of business leaders around the world, as well as being the President of the Global Foundation for Dignity, where he leads a strategic dynamic to circumstances and elevate the lifestyles of those oppressed through persecution around the world.  Kyle understands how to be a champion, construct a winning team, and elevate others toward a champion lifestyle.

As part of his role as a Global Outreach leader Kyle has brought humanitarian care to people and communities across the globe.  His teams have helped build orphanages, homes, dig wells, perform medical treatments, distribute food & supplies, engaged in educational seminars for children, as well as performed community development throughout various ethnic communities.  These opportunities have helped to give Kyle a larger global world-view.

Kyle and Danielle have one son, Jacob, and a West Highland White-Terrier, Louis.