WHO WE ARE
Our lead pastors, Kyle and Kenzie, are creative-minded leaders who want to see people become fully alive in Jesus. They want to build a church that worships Jesus, makes and equips disciples, and changes the world—in that order.
You’re not going to hear any new doctrines or new interpretations of Scripture from Kyle. He’s committed to faithfully teaching The Bible the way it’s been interpreted by The Church for the last 2,000 years. He calls this being “rooted in orthodoxy”. But, Kyle and Kenzie want LIFE CO. to be a fresh expression—using God-given creativity to communicate timeless truth in today’s language.
Kyle and Kenzie can’t wait to get to know you and see you become fully alive in Jesus here at LIFE CO.
“There are three things that will never die: truth, goodness, and beauty. These are the three things we all need, and need absolutely, and know we need, and know we need absolutely. Our minds want not only some truth and some falsehood, but all truth, without limit. Our wills want not only some good and some evil, but all good, without limit. Our desires, imagination, feelings, or hearts want not just some beauty and some ugliness, but all beauty, without limit.
For these are the only three things that we never get bored with, and never will, for all eternity, because they are three attributes of God, and therefore of all God’s creation: three transcendental or absolutely universal properties of all reality.”
— Peter Kreeft
We believe Jesus, and his Words, are truth. Truth changes us; we don’t change truth. Jesus said “You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” That’s why LIFE CO. must first and fore- most be a place of truth.
“I believe that I shall look upon the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living!” — Psalm 27:13 God is good. His ways are good. And he wants us to walk in his goodness. Psalm 23 says that God’s goodness follows us if we follow him.
GK Chesterton said our world has not only lost truth, but also wonder. Awe, wonder, beauty, and imagination are only found in the presence of God. And since God’s presence fills our church, it must be a place full of the wonder, imagination, and beauty of God.