We are not an organization. We are a community
You may be feeling it right now like so many of us are. We need community. We need to be grounded in a group of people. We need to be a part of something bigger.
What we do
As much as anything, we want to come alongside you and help you thrive in all areas of life: Spiritual, Vocational, Relational, Financial, and Emotional/Mental. We care about you as a whole person. We want to help you become healthy in every facet of life.
Something mystical happens when you share a meal with someone. People have been eating together for thousands of years. It’s so important that we decided to make it a part of what we do every week at 5pm.
One of the core (hopefully) things we do as a church is encourage you in your spiritual well-being. How are you doing spiritually?
We’re all broken people, which means there are times when we all interact with one another in broken ways. We want to help people build healthy, interdependent relationships.
We spend a massive amount of our lives working. Work is a good thing, but it can become toxic in several ways.
Mental & Emotional
A lot of us are stressed and have been stressed for a very long time. The stress of our world takes a toll on our mental and emotional well-being.
Money is a touchy topic. People think the church just wants their money, which isn’t true (at least not true for us!). But finances can be one of the biggest strains on any person or relationships.
How We Help The Whole Person
One of the things we do to encourage you mentally, spiritually, relationally, financially, vocationally and relationally is through our two podcasts: “Girl On A Hill” and “Man They Remember.”
Girl On A Hill
We were never meant to hide. To shrink back. To make ourselves small. Too often, we hide behind walls of fear and insecurity.
The world needs YOU. (Yes, you.) You were created on purpose, for a purpose. It’s time to lean into it. But it doesn’t stop at discovering our purpose. We want to be women who actively work to cultivate our creativity and abilities. We choose GROWTH over comfort. (Even when it’s hard. Even when it hurts.) We embrace forward progress and never stop moving towards becoming a better version of ourselves.
Man They Remember
We want to help men become better men because better men will become better Husbands, Fathers, Mentors & Friends. We want to encourage men to be the kind of man people will remember long after we’re gone. And in a good way.
Being a good man doesn’t happen by accident. It takes time, effort, and intentionality. We have to invest in ourselves, in community with other men, and in the next generation of men.
Check out the latest articles on the blog
Along with helpful podcasts and teach series, we often share articles to help you in your pursuit of a well-balanced life.
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