We are leaders and churches unified to reach every man, woman, and child in North America with the Gospel.

Started in 2012, we came together around a dream:

Can you imagine a movement of disciples sharing common resources and tools, united across geography, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, and denomination?

We have been living out that dream everyday since.

We desire to serve churches and their leaders through providing a way for the Church to join God on His mission.

We are united together under a shared vision and common beliefs:

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Jesus is our Hope.
More than political posturing or clever PR campaigns, there is one hope and one hope only for our nation and our world: Jesus. In Him we find the rescue we so desperately need and then the opportunity to be part of His rescue team, following Him “in the reconciliation of all things.” The story of the Church is the story of a people who have been transformed by Jesus and who then transformed the world through the power of the Holy Spirit. Both the power of our witness and the effectiveness of our ministry are driven by the depth to which we are transformed by God. (John 14:6, Romans 12:1-2)
Every man, woman and child in North America needs access to this Hope.
Regardless of race, ethnicity, education level or socioeconomic status, every single person matters to God. We haven’t found that Gospel relevancy is the issue. It’s Gospel access. There are people who have never heard or experienced the transforming power of the Gospel and we need to mobilize the Church into every crack and crevice of society so that all may have multiple Gospel opportunities. (John 3:16, 2 Peter 3:9, 1 Timothy 2:3-4, Romans 10:11-13, Luke 15:3-10)
God calls His people to pursue His mission together.
No one church has the capability of providing this kind of Gospel access. Moreover, when God looks at a city or town, He does not see many different churches, but one Church, gathering in their various expressions. The Great Commission isn’t something Jesus spoke whimsically about, but an actual mission objective. And so when we think about unity, it isn’t a nicety but a necessity. Making disciples where we live, work and play will take all of God’s people in their various expressions working together as Jesus leads. (Matthew 28:18-20, John 17)
The Bible is the Word of God.
The Bible is inspired by God, serves as a trustworthy guide to life, and functions as the foundation for all we believe, say, and do. (2 Timothy 3:16)
Jesus is the Son of God.
Jesus is like no one else; along with the Father and the Holy Spirit, Jesus is one of the three members of the Trinity. He is the Lord of all creation and Savior of the world, full God and fully man. His virgin birth, sinless life, death and resurrection identify Him as the one and only Son of God, and we await His return. (John 3:16, John 14:6)
The Gospel is the way to God.

Though God created us to live in a harmonious relationship with Him, we turned away from Him. through faith in Jesus, we have the opportunity to restore that relationship and experience a new life with God. (Matthew 4:23, Luke 9:23)

The Church is the people of God.
There is only one Church, which gathers in many locations and whose purpose is to lead people into a new way of life with Jesus through the leadership of the Holy Spirit. (1 Peter 2:9-10)

We affirm a personal, Holy Spirit-led conviction to take responsibility for the spiritual condition of the people in our local geography.

We are led by both a Directional Team and a Delivery Team – Pastors and Practitioners.

The role of the Delivery Team is to develop a national network of local network leaders who are missionally impacting their geographies, relationally collaborating, encouraging and supporting each other and representing the message and vision to others around the country.

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Tim Hawks

Lead Pastor
Hill Country Bible Church

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Jerry Gillis

Lead Pastor
The Chapel

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Scott Chapman

Senior Pastor
The Chapel

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Jeff Shipman

Lead Pastor
Columbia Crossroads

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Will Plitt

Executive Director
Christ Together

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Russ Holt

Operations Director
Christ Together

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Alexandra Brown

Executive Assistant Christ Together

Christ Together is an encourager to churches and cities who desire to reach every man, woman, and child with the Gospel. In Austin, churches have been collaborating for Gospel saturation for many years. Through purposeful listening and observation, Christ Together continues to find ways to help us serve our city more effectively.

Rev. Daryl Horton, DMin, Pastor, Mt. Zion Baptist Church

We have been working with Christ Together for 18 months and have seen an incredible shift in collaboration in our city. We have had so much movement we have additional churches in our region asking us if they can be a part of what God is doing. We had a second envisioning and had 5 more churches officially join in our efforts to reach every man, woman and child in our city with the gospel.

Mike Wiggan, CityLife Church

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