Our DNA Defines Us & Guides What We Do
We exist that ALL will Discover their Life With God and become Game Changers throughout the world.
Transforming lives by inspiring people to KNOW GOD, FIND PURPOSE, and DISCOVER LIFE
We're all about D-Life! About helping ALL PEOPLE in Discovering the Life that God has for them. D-Life is more than a catchy tag-line as John 10:10 is the scripture foundation of our name as it says:
10 The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.
And that's the D-Life we want to introduce to as many people as possible as God's Gift is for EVERYONE!
7 CORE VALUES
WE KEEP THE MAIN THING - THE MAIN THING
Our Passion: Christ-Centered
The Gospel of Jesus Christ is our everything. The goodness of what God has done in Christ is the motivation for all we do.
WE GOT YOUR BACK
Our Passion: Community
The strength of all of us is greater than the strength of any one of us. Team work makes the dream work.
WE CARE ABOUT PEOPLE
Our Passion: Compassion
Generosity is a trust issue, we choose to believe God by giving sacrificially in making a difference.
WE EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED
Our Passion: Creativity
We dream big as Faith requires stepping out, so we will risk more and anticipate change in order to see God’s powerful results.
WE DON'T DO CHURCH
Our Passion: Authentic
We are not religious or legalistic. Our goal isn’t perfection, it’s progress. Genuine with God and each other is the best way for a spiritual family to be healthy and whole.
WE DEVELOP GENERATIONAL CHANGES
Our Passion: Transformation
We want to see men, women, moms, dads, children, siblings, grandparents all turning to Jesus and experiencing life change. We want to see the family changed, we want to see generational curses broken, legacies altered, households different.
WE ARE A MOVEMENT
Our Passion: Multiplication
We reach the many by never losing sight of the one. We go the second mile so our church will look like heaven –diverse in every way, yet united
as the body of Christ.