Tim Ellison, a Christian entrepreneur that Walks the Talk

Posted By on September 24, 2016

We are humbled to call Tim Ellison of Mr. Godwrench our friend. A few years ago when he started his automotive repair business I knew his unabashed and outspoken Christian "modus vivendi" was attractive to me, so I quickly MrGodwrench_Rax4promoted his automotive services and did as much business with him as I could. Due to his integrity and excellent service (and perhaps blessed by evangelizing faithfulness), his business has flourished. Tim continues to do for others, especially for those in need. He regularly does a charity outreach seeking to make life a little better for those struggling. I knew about his "bikes for kids" during Christmas and helping widows and single moms with oil changes, maintenance and giving of vehicles … so instead of selling our Rav4 (we shouldn’t have waited so long), we asked Tim if he could give it to someone who needed a car. With a smile he took it and fixed and polished it up and let me know he would find someone in need. He recently sent me a photo and told me he was taking it to Jackson, Kentucky to give it to someone who needed a reliable car— and it "was" reliable for many years we owned it. I only wish it were in better shape.

So … if you live north of Cincinnati and need automotive service, call Tim Ellison at Mr. Godwrench (513-755-7146). He is a faithful man worthy of Matthew 25:21.

“His master replied, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master’s happiness!’

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