Kyle Stramara joined Push The Rock in 2011 and now leads all Harrisburg-based programs and events. He works with West Shore Christian Academy and local churches to run cooperative ministry programs. He also oversees the Prison Ministry division of Push The Rock.
He has played basketball since a young age including three years of Varsity Basketball at Blue Mountain High School (PA). After college, he coached Junior Varsity and Varsity Basketball at Downingtown West High School, Emmaus High School, West Shore Christian Academy, and is currently the Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach at Lancaster Bible College.
When he was a Junior in high school, he woke up to the fact that he had been let down time and time again by the temporary satisfactions of this world. He decided to “give Jesus a try”. He fumbled as he learned to follow Jesus but as a Sophomore in college, the Christian life began to make sense. He pursued Christ and found strength in talking to others about his faith, reading the Bible, and being active in a church.
Bachelor of Arts in the Sciences, History
West Chester University
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Ken Griffey Jr. Signed baseball bat – Game Used
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At age 21, I finally started playing basketball for Christ when I was in college. I learned that the person I am competing against is more important than the game. I always cared so much more about winning than I ever did about building a relationship with my opponent. This new outlook on basketball has made a huge difference on the lives I am able to impact through the sport.
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