|Title:||Football Director of Player Development/Leadership and Character|
Tyrone Christian is in his first season as Trinity football’s Director of Player Development with a specialization in Leadership and Character.
Christian leads My Friend’s Heart for Nations, an international organization outreach which trains and conducts missionary works in numerous places such as Nigeria, Central and South America, and Northern India and Mexico. He also served as a character development consultant for San Antonio’s Southwest High School from 2005-2007.
He joined the military in 1986 and became a tactical satellite chief and master trainer. Christian fought in Desert Storm/Desert Shield in 1990-91 and earned a Bronze Star.
Christian left the military in 1993 and became a test engineer for the Motorola Corporation. In 1998, Christian became an associate pastor of My Friend’s House Christian Fellowship.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in electronic engineering technologies from DeVry Institute in 1986. A native of Richmond, Virgina, Christian graduated from George Bush High School.
Christian and his wife, Sharon, have been married for 34 years. They have three daughters, Chantelle, Brittany, and Rachel. The couple also has five grandchildren, Haylee, Addison, Caleb, Ashton, and Micah.