For the spiritual searcher . . .
       the pilgrim . . .
              the hungry heart, whether rich or poor . . .
              the orphan soul who yearns for a love and a belonging you have yet to find . . .
       for the wanderer who longs for a place called home
              where your name is known and loved,
              and where there is a seat at the banquet table that is yours alone . . .

              Whether you’ve scaled life’s pinnacle and found nothing at the top
                mired yourself so deep in the valley that you can’t see up,
                  or wandered long in the flatlands, okay but discontent,
                        if you’ve ever thought, “There must be more” . . .


This website is for you.

We invite you to look into Jesus.

Not religion. Religion insists that you jump through holy hoops, shames you when you don’t, and leaves you empty when you do.

Not a political party or a social agenda. Look at the divisiveness and hatred such things have caused.

Not any of life’s limitless preoccupations that promise what they can never deliver.

Rather, a person.

Someone who knows and loves you, and whom yourself can know and love.
A trustworthy, loyal friend worthy of your allegiance, who offers a value beyond what you’ve ever known you possessed, a love that is no mirage, and a life that is truly worth living.
A master worth following and learning from because, like no one else,
he knows what life is about.

Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.

(Matthew 11:28–30 NIV)


This site is created to help you with two things.

Grow offers resources that can answer your earnest questions, concerns, and objections to Christianity and help you continue to learn and grow as you journey with God. Because a journey it is—not a spiritual formula or a set of rules but a road to be walked, a relationship to be cultivated, and a life to be lived.

Know explains, both briefly and, if you wish, in greater detail, how you can begin this very hour to enter into a gracious, intimate, forever relationship with God through his Son, Jesus the Messiah.