To plant churches in cultural epicenters around the world

Light in Dark Places

Target populations that are primarily non-Christian.

Impact Cultural Epicenters

Plant churches in places of significance in arenas of business, economy, education, philosophy, and politics.

All Nations and All Generations

Disciple people of diverse ethnicities, generations, cultures, and nationalities.

Gospel Local and Global

Advance the Gospel by making disciples that make disciples and plant churches that plant churches both locally and globally.

I have become all things to all people so that by all possible means I might save some. I do all this for the sake of the gospel, that I may share in its blessings.

Paul the Apostle, 50-58 AD, 1 Corinthians 9:22-23

Eastside Seattle

In 2018, Bellevue and Redmond became the first two cities in the Pacific Northwest for the majority of the population to be non-caucasian at 52% ethnic population.  Since 2012, church attendance has dropped in Bellevue by over 6%, dropping the Eastside to approximately 80% of the population as unchurched.

Washington is #6 most unchurched state in America
Median household income in Sammamish - the highest in America
People who do not know Jesus in Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, and Sammamish

The Epicenter of Culture

The Eastside is among the most unchurched communities in America, with a Christian presence of approximately just 20% of the population. The wealth of the people, power in business, and influence in education and politics, make it an epicenter of culture on the west coast, in the United States, and the Globe.