We look forward to meeting you. Here is a quick introduction about who we are as a church and what we value. We also want to introduce you to our pastoral staff.
A movement of diverse people living out God’s sacrificial love.
Raising biblical disciples who develop transparent relationships, sacrifice for others, and heal divisions.
Authenticity: Vulnerability and honesty, both as individuals and a corporate body, will be core to our identity. Without vulnerability, growth is handicapped, trust is lost, and dysfunction is fostered. We will commit to authentic living in order to build trust and strengthen relationships and grow as a community. (1 John 1:7-9)
Sacrificial Generosity: God’s Church is meant to be a people of love and good works. We will be generous. We will serve. We will sacrifice. We will love our neighbor. (Matthew 5:16, Matthew 22:36-40, & Hebrews 10:24).
Unity in Diversity: The Church is a unity of different members, loving each other and working together for a greater purpose. Everyone has a voice and a role. We will build a community of people from different perspectives, ethnicities, politics, and socioeconomic standings. (Ephesians 4:1-13)
Family: The primary metaphor for the Church in the New Testament is that of family. The entire Biblical narrative is relationally driven and seeks to bring peace between peoples. We will fight for healthy relationships over anything else to build healthy community. (Galatians 3:25-29; 4:4-7)
Roughly Right: God uses imperfect people with imperfect methods and imperfect theology. While this is not an excuse for compromise, we also will embrace the fact that we will make mistakes and get things wrong. We value doing the best we can, but we won’t allow imperfections to prevent us from moving forward with God’s mission. (Hebrews 11-12:3)
Meet the Team
We are here to journey with you.
Rob is married to his much-better-half Christy. Together they have 4 amazing adult children who live here in Missoula. Rob served 20 years in the Air National Guard as a Telecommunications and Networking technician. After retiring from the military and growing the family-owned business for a few years, Rob felt the call to move into ministry full time. Rob has served in numerous roles (both volunteer and paid) in churches for 25 years. Rob is passionate about discipleship, equipping leaders, and helping friends experience God is tangible ways.
Logan was the Worship and Youth Pastor at Real Life on the Palouse in Pullman, WA before moving to Missoula to help plant this church. He has degrees in music and has spent many years playing on and leading worship teams for churches. He loves the outdoors, hunting, fishing, many sports, road trips, and movies. Logan likes David Crowder…a lot.