Heaven comes to earth through Jesus.

If all that stuff we say we believe as Christians is true —that Jesus is King and he brought his Kingdom of Heaven with him to this earth— then we ought to expect that wherever the good news of that kingdom goes, that the places where it lands and takes root in our city, over time, begin to look a whole lot more like heaven on earth and less like hell. 

We believe that our city ought to look different because Soma Waxahachie exists. And that's what our #morelikeheaven initiative is all about. It's one of the ways that we demonstrate God's love for Waxahachie through our church.

Serving our neighbors as God has served us in Christ.


Jesus hasn't just called his church to go and announce the good news of the forgiveness of sin and the arrival of his kingdom to people who are far from God. He's also called us to go into the broken places in our city and live our lives like we actually believe all that stuff he said about redemption and his Kingdom of Heaven are true. 



Daniel's Den

We organized a work day to assist Daniel's Den in their ongoing work of helping solve the problem of homelessness in Ellis County. Daniel's Den is the only operational and functioning shelter providing for the needs of the the displaced in our county. We continue to offer our help to Daniel's Den as they help our city to look more like heaven on earth.

More info to come.


The Garden of Eat'n

When we moved into our office there was an empty patio sitting adjacent to us. We asked our landlord if it would be okay with him if we made use of it. He told us that it's been sitting there bare and naked for the past 20 years and he'd love to see someone make use of it. So we did.

More info to come.

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