Eric Tiger has worked with Native American Minisries across the country. He cares deeply for those that have been margenalized, neglected, and misunderstood. He is passionate about helping people find God's truth and equiping them to share it with others. He and His wife Lisa, pray that their service to Cerrillos and the South West will help bring a deeper understanding of how much God loves his creation.
Currently a part-time employee with Cerrillos Hills State Park, Chip spent almost 20 years as Bureau Chief and Manager of Carroll County MD fleet and warehouse. He is an ordained ARPC elder and PCA deacon and was involved with mercy needs for a MD church and its surrounding community.
Before moving to NM, Chip did volunteer work at the Baltimore and Westminster Rescue Missions. He was also involved with youth ministry, prison fellowship, and neighborhood watch.
Chip's focus is on developing an outreach to those that have been abused or struggled with addictions. He will facilitate a Recovery Program and serve as C3's liaison to surrounding communities. For more information contact Chip at 505-471-0584