|Born||April 21, 1988|
Palmerston North, New Zealand
|Education||Bachelor of Science Diploma in Theology|
|Alma mater||Australian College of Theology|
Phil was born in Palmerston North, New Zealand and grew up in Sydney, Australia before moving to the United States of America in 2012.
After obtaining his Bachelor of Science, Phil continued his studies to complete a Post Graduate Diploma in Theology from the Australian College of Theology. Then in 2019, he and his wife were installed as the Lead Pastors of Cornerstone Church.
Phil and his wife, Meredith co-Pastor Cornerstone Church's physical and online campuses throughout the region of Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan.
In 2008, Ryburn's passion for serving humanity peaked during a three-month experience in Huancayo, Peru to serve children in local orphanages. In 2010 he spent 2 months in India with the Nonprofit TEAR Fund, before spending a year on Christmas Island serving Asylum Seekers and Refugees.
Since then, Ryburn has led various relief trips throughout the USA and internationally. This includes disaster response to Baton Rouge, LA, Victoria TX, and North Carolina, as well as Kenya, Mexico and the Bahamas.
Phil and Meredith Ryburn live in Toledo, OH, with their three children, Theodore Brave, Lincoln Justice, and Winston Faith.
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