We are a movement of generosity.

The average American church member gives 2.58% of their income. Once it makes it into the hands of churches, only about 2% makes it to missions and poor. That means Christians are only giving about two percent of two percent.

For a broken world, in the midst of a culture of greed, we are committed to the subversive lifestyle of extravagant generosity.

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We strive to give 50% of everything we spend back to missions, church planting, and the poor.

We are a movement of wisdom.

We realize that The Church has been guilty of sending money to places that offer very little kingdom return and we are committed to resist this form of bad stewardship. We run every missions request and partnership opportunity through a critical lens to ensure that every dollar we invest has its maximum impact.

See the 5 Questions We Ask Before We Invest

We are commited to use our resources to fund Gospel centered transformation.

Want to join us? Here are our two current big give projects:

Live Dead

Live Dead is a missionary, church planting movement with 46 teams targeting approximately 4,630 unreached people groups in eight regions of the world. Live Dead is committed to taking the church where it does not exist, and reaching the 40% of the world that lives without access to the Gospel.

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Live Dead

Live Dead is a missionary, church planting movement with 46 teams targeting approximately 4,630 unreached people groups in eight regions of the world. Live Dead is committed to taking the church where it does not exist, and reaching the 40% of the world that lives without access to the Gospel.

Give To Live Dead

The Hub

The Hub is 50 beautiful acres of land located on NW 39th Avenue just West of I-75 in Gainesville. It is the future home of our main campus. It will include a 1900 seat auditorium, a new youth building, expanded children’s ministry space, staff offices, and 20 acres of land designated exclusively for prayer and God seeking.

Give To The Hub

What does the Bible have to say about money?

There are few things that compete against God for our affections quite like our finances do. Money offers promises of happiness, security, comfort and power but never fully delivers. If we want to use money as a tool rather than serve it as a master, we need the help that Jesus offers.

He talks about money more than almost any other topic and you may be surprised at how helpful the principles of scripture are when it comes to managing our pocketbook.

If you want to learn to manage your finances in a Biblical way, here are some steps you can take:

Watch the Sermon Series: The Adventure of Radical Generosity

Sign Up for Financial Peace University

Want to give physical donations to the needy in our community?

We have planted a church in the middle of the homeless population at Grace Marketplace in Gainesville and part of that ministry involves providing for their physical needs in sustainable ways.

See Needed Items and Drop-Off Instructions

Contact Angel Avalos

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