The Rev. Warren Lynn grew up and attended college in Oregon, receiving a B.S.-cum laude in 1984 with a major in psychology. Four years later he was graduated from Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University, Ft. Worth, Texas with a Master of Divinity degree. The following year he was ordained as a minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
During his time in college and seminary Warren worked in various fields as a rock-climbing instructor, mountaineering guide, prison guard, chauffeur, youth minister, and dairy/produce manager for a grocery store.
After graduate seminary, Warren served local pastorates in Illinois, Washington state and Montana until August 2002, when he became director of the Office of Christian Vocations for Disciples Home Missions (DHM) of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
Throughout his vocational ministry, Warren also served in many regional capacities and for various community organizations, including on Habitat for Humanities affiliate boards, in local hospice programs, as a volunteer fireman and local ambulance driver. He has also been active in Buddhist-Christian dialogues, and other inter-faith endeavors.
Warren presently holds a deep passion for spiritual formation of Spiritual leaders. His personal interests include Celtic and environmental spiritualities, fly fishing,sea-kayaking, mindfulness practice, gardening, and cooking. As, both, hobbies and spiritual practices, Warren plays Native American style flute and is an active participant in the Indiana Flute Circle, and also enjoys photography. He is an active labyrinth facilitator at local and national levels, and loves teaching others about the transformative power of the labyrinth.