This is the first day of the rest of your life and we are excited to come alongside of you as you fulfill your God-given destiny!

Pastor Sam has recorded several videos that will introduce you to the basics of Christianity. We encourage you to watch them, and allow the Holy Spirit to guide you in your faith journey. View them independently, or along with your copy of the 7 Basics book by Beth Jones.

Take the next step and contact us to partner with a mentor who will help you discover answers to your questions, and who will help you grow in confidence. Complete a book study together and encourage one another to fulfill your God-given potential.

Below are additional ways that will enable you to advance in your faith journey.

Growth Track is a four-week class on Sunday mornings that teaches what it means to live a God-first life, and takes individuals through the process of becoming a church partner. Register for Growth Track to develop stronger connections and learn how you can be part of our Dream Team!

God never intended for us to do life alone. Freedom Life encourages everyone to be involved in a small group throughout the year to grow in faith and friendships!

Small Groups are simply when people come together for a committed period of time for biblical encouragement and prayer. Groups meet in homes, restaurants, and at the church. Throughout the year we offer three short-term semester small group studies, lasting 6-8 weeks, in the Winter, Spring and Fall. The content varies, though typically we offer material for men, women and general faith-building studies.

Freedom Life also offers the opportunity for one-on-one coaching. If you would like to be paired with a mentor to complete a faith-based study, please email indicating your interest and campus location, and we will connect you with a member of our Dream Team.

Become confident in the Truth of God’s Word! Discover answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about faith, Jesus, the Bible and eternity.

NXT Level Course trimesters begin in August, January and April. (Previous classes are not a pre-requisite.) Content is offered in a classroom-style teaching & discussion format, an on-demand video option, or a hybrid of both. Click on the link to learn more!