When Jesus talks about love, it's never generic.

Instead, it's specific and marked by action.

In our new church-wide study, we're getting strategic with how to love better by loving one at a time. Follow along with the material here! 

Love Every One Study


Would you live differently if you knew you had just a month to live?

We think it would motivate us to live intentionally, without regrets, and on purpose. 
Like Jesus did.
There's no easy way to put it—our lives on earth are temporary. No matter how comfortable we feel, our time here will come to an end. We like to think it will be years, even decades from now. But nothing is guaranteed, and as followers of Jesus, we want to make every second count. 

We have eternity to look forward to, but for right now, let's just call it a month.

One Month To Live Study

Imagine if an entire church committed to the same mission.

100 years ago, our church tried. And it worked.
First Christian Church was known throughout our community as a people who worshiped, loved, served, and discipled well. We frequently recommitted ourselves to the same mission and spurred each other toward lives that look like Jesus. 
It took the form of a simple commitment card. Through it, members of this church pledged to live out the gospel in the most basic, yet impactful ways.
Regularly attending church. Serving within our church and community. Investing in a group where discipleship is a priority. And inviting others into the same life. Individual commitments led to collective impact.
Times change and the methods differ, but the mission always remains. 

It’s the same DNA, and our turn to live it.

Live the DNA Study