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Our Story

Years ago, we had a dream of planting a church in our hometown. Each time we asked God, He said, “Not yet.” Until now. After a year of prayer, searching, asking questions, being evaluated by others, and stepping through each door God opened, we have moved back to the Pacific Northwest to plant a church (and the dream). 


So why here? Why now? Why us?


Both Morgan and I grew up in the Pacific Northwest. We understand and love the unique people and culture of this region. They are our family, neighbors, and friends. This place is our heartbeat.


We recognize the need here. The area from Spokane to Coeur d'Alene has 900,000 people and is one of the fastest growing areas in the nation with more than 200 people moving here each day. But only around 10% of the population would claim a gospel-centered faith (a Bible-believing faith). 


In other words, the harvest is plentiful but the laborers are few. So here we are!


We are excited for the opportunity God is giving us to build life-changing relationships through planting a local church that will make a Kingdom difference. To do real life better together. To reach people who are not being reached. To be a catalyst in this area for church health and church planting. To be there for our community, do life as families, have fun, and share the hope that is in Jesus Christ through a healthy and biblical model of church. 


Our hope as a local church plant is this: 

“We loved you so much that we shared with you not only God’s Good News but our own lives, too.” 1 Thessalonians 2:8 NLT

Quick Facts About Post Falls
  • Post Falls is located in northern Idaho, surrounded by scenic mountains and forests. 

  • The metro area has seen tremendous growth in the last five years, over 11%

  • The area’s population has grown from 710,000 to just under 900,000 in 5 years. 

  • More than 200 people move in every day, making it the 5th fastest growing area in the nation and the 3rd most moved to state. 

  • The media age is 38.9 years old

  • Home to 8 colleges and universities

  • The area is an economic and political hub. The second largest metro in Idaho, and third largest in Washington. 

  • 3 local sports teams, as well as nationally ranked college athletics. 

  • A nature lovers paradise with lakes, rivers, ski resorts. 

  • A significant refuge population calls the Spokane area home. 

  • Largest Technology and medical hub between Seattle and Minneapolis

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