Believers Church landed on it present day campus in the summer of 2009. Our 17.5 acre campus is located at 1650 CR 270, in the growing community of Leander, Texas. Most people think of a "Church" as the buildings where people gather on Sundays to listen to someone preach. The "Church" is actually made up of people around the world who are Believers in Jesus Christ. There are also local expressions of the Church where Believers in a certain geographical area have come together to form a community built around their common commitment to live and submit to living God's Word, to love one another with the love of Christ, to proclaim the Gospel and make disciples, and to maintain unity through the bond of peace. That is what we strive to be at Believers Church.
We are not a perfect church...we are not perfect people; However, we are in the process of being transformed into the image of Christ. Every person that has accepted the Lord Jesus Christ into their heart is a living testimony of God's power to change a person from the inside-out. We are all works of God's grace and there are still new grace-filled chapters that have yet to be written.
RJ Dugone/Teaching Pastor
Philosophy of Ministry
If you are looking for a place to remain anonymous and unplugged from the work of the ministry, Believers Church would not be the place for you to land. We are not trying to scare people away, but we are interested in Believers who want to do the work of the ministry and build the Kingdom of God. Believers who want to share the story of what God has done in their lives and use the talents and gifts that God has given them.
We want to be an expression of the Church that brings glory to God and walks in obedience to the clear instruction of scripture. So, we are committed to proclaiming the good news to our friends, family and ultimately the nations. We are also committed to making disciples--starting with our own children. It is our hope and prayer that by the time our children hit their teen years that they will already have a strong relationship with Christ and be meaningfully connected to the work of the ministry.
Time to do away with purposeless, apathetic, lukewarm religion and embrace all that God has called His Church to be. "So, help us God!" RJD