Our Vision 

 

Our vision is for every person in Lewisville to see and hear the gospel.


Lewisville is a vast, diverse city divided by ethnic and socioeconomic lines. It’s a community in bondage, where poverty and addictions run rampant. But we have hope for Lewisville. Where the Spirit of the Lord is there is freedom! As the hands and feet of Jesus, we want to love the people of our city. We want to see God bring together a diverse family of believers united by the blood of Jesus. It is our prayer and hope for every person in Lewisville to
see and hear the gospel.

 

OUR MISSION

We seek to glorify God through Worship, Word, Work & Witness.

Worship - In Christ we are redeemed to worship God.

Word - In Christ we study and follow God’s Word.

Work - In Christ we reflect and honor God in our work.

Witness - In Christ we bear witness to God’s love.


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Our Story

With nearly 10 years of ministry experience, Rob Daniels had a vision to plant a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic church in Lewisville, a city with tremendous potential and need for the gospel. This vision came together with The Village Church’s vision, Multiply, to increase in church planting and global missions, as well as a vision to be a people committed to racial harmony.




Our Pastor 

After coming to faith in college at the University of North Texas, Rob served as missionary with The Navigators in Bowie, Maryland. He began to feel called to church plant while on a mission trip in Africa, leading him to get training at Dallas Theological Seminary.

Rob joined staff at The Village Church in 2013, where his heart has continued to grow for the city of Lewisville through prayer and ministry. The Village has affirmed Rob’s call and is now sending him, his wife Whitney and two sons Levi Henry and Simon King, along with other members of the church, to plant a diverse, gospel-proclaiming church in Lewisville.


Our Beliefs

 

We affirm the orthodox beliefs of Christianity as outlined in the Apostles' Creed and Nicene Creed and are pursuing a partnership with the SBC and Acts 29.