Mr. Sean Tosello
Mr. Tosello hails from the small town of Sisters tucked away in the Cascade Mountains of Central Oregon. Developing a passion for biblical studies and ministry at an early age, Mr. Tosello has been involved in a wide array of ministries, including working with children, youth, young adults, adults, seniors, and the homeless/housing insecure. He has helped lead mission trips to Peru and India, served as the Biola Student Director for California School Project (now National School Project) and as the Pastor in Residence for Vast Church, and continues to mentor youth and young adults.
Mr. Tosello’s passion for the Bible and ministry led him to Biola University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies and Theology, and found within himself a fascination with the deeper academic study of the biblical text and a profound sense of calling to bring that into the church. He has since graduated with a Master in Old Testament and Semitics from Talbot Theological Seminary with the (now realized) hope to teach the Bible in an academic context.
When his nose is not in biblical Hebrew or Greek texts, Mr. Tosello will usually be found enjoying time with his wife and their son or his friends. Mr. Tosello’s interests include ultimate frisbee, tennis, board games, video games, drinking some handcrafted coffee or tea, going on the occasional outdoor adventure, and opening up his home to share life with others.
Master of Old Testament and Semitics, Talbot Theological Seminary
B.A. Biblical Studies and Theology, Biola University