Tim Tremaine was born in Ft. Worth, Texas but grew up around the country as a pastor's kid. Tim received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Bible and History and a Master of Arts degree in Religion from Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, Texas. In his college days, Tim was a radio DJ, newscaster, and sang bass with a gospel quartet. His police career began in 1985 with the Arlington Police Department. Tim holds a Master Peace Officer certification from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement. With APD, Tim served as a patrol officer, administrative assistant to the Deputy Chief of Patrol, and hit and run investigator. After retiring from APD, he joined the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office in Ft. Worth as a deputy sheriff. In 2014 Tim was promoted to sergeant and retired from law enforcement in 2022 after 34 years of service. For years, Tim was a liaison with the Arlington Christian Ministries and coordinated the Arlington observance of the National Day of Prayer. Over the years he has served as minister of music, interim pastor, associate pastor, Bible teacher, and minister of prayer. Tim is actively involved in men's ministries, narrates audio books, and does some occasional voice over work. Tim has two adult sons, daughters-in-law. and grandchildren living in Tennessee. Tim and Dottie reside in Franklin, Tennessee where they are active in making disciple-making disciples.