To see lives transformed by Jesus Christ through our family of ministries.


The Christ Greenfield family of ministries exists to multiply disciples who discover their purpose, develop their gifting, and deploy their calling to be the light of Christ in places of overt and covert darkness resulting in holistic Gospel renewal and revival.


1.  Jesus reshapes all of life.

In Jesus we live, move, and have our very being. Jesus is at the center of everything we think, do, and say at Christ Greenfield.

3.  Lutheran heritage grounds us.

We boldly stand by our Lutheran (LCMS) teachings which point us to Jesus through the Means of Grace (Word and Sacrament), and reveal the heart of God through Law and Gospel.

5.  Leadership development is our passion.

The Holy Spirit helps us discover, develop, and deploy leaders in every sector of society.

2.  Biblical truth roots us.

The Bible points us to Jesus. The Bible is our sole rule and norm as followers of Jesus.

4.  Community is our context.

We resist radical individualism. We yearn for deep relationships. The church is us.

6.  Mission is our mandate.

We keep "mission for" as more important than "mission with."


In a world in which information is readily available and opinions abound, this fundamental question stands above all other inquiries and considerations.

The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod believes Jesus is exactly who He said He is. Along with the ancient Church, we confess that Jesus is true God and true man in one person. He is the Son of God who was crucified and raised from the dead for the salvation of all who trust in Him.

Christ is not Jesus’s last name, but identifies Him as the Messiah (Christ is the Greek translation of Messiah), the fulfillment of the Old Testament promises that God saves His people.

This fulfillment and salvation happened in history in real time and in a real place (first century AD in Israel) through a flesh-and-blood person named Jesus.

The Bible is the true and trustworthy Word of God that records God’s love for the world through His Son Jesus. The miracles recorded in the Gospels and the teachings of Jesus are true and accurate.

Jesus physically died on a cross and physically rose from the dead in three days. He physically ascended into heaven, and the Church awaits His second coming when He will judge all people.

Those who trust in Jesus as their Savior will rise to eternal life in heaven. Those who deny Jesus and live in their sin will be cast out of His presence to hell.

Reference | Scripture: John 1:1–5, 14, Philippians 2:5–11, Colossians 1:13–20.


Christ Greenfield is a community that cares deeply about justice. 
The call to pursue justice comes directly from Christ's teachings and example. Unfortunately, there is confusion regarding justice in society. At its core, the concept of justice is taking something that's gone wrong and making it right. We lean heavily on God's biblical wisdom to bring perspective and clarity on how to right these wrongs in our world. For the benefit of the Christ Greenfield community and friends, we have compiled these statements on Biblical Justice with supporting scriptural references.
1. We believe that human beings are not our enemy, Satan is. (Ephesians 6)

2. We will strive to show love and compassion to those who are suffering. (Galatians 6:2, 1 John 3:17, 1 Peter 3:8, Luke 10:30-37)

We will encourage mutually beneficial relationships with those “different” than us. (Leviticus 19:34, Hebrews 13:2, John 4:7-30)

. We must be champions for reconciliation (Matthew 5:9), which includes repentance (James 5:16), and also forgiveness towards those who will never ask for forgiveness. (Mark 11:25, Luke 23:34)
5. We believe every human being is created in the image of God and therefore is deserving of respect and value (Genesis 1:26-27).

We believe our identity should be in Christ before all things, including race, gender, sexuality, nationality, addiction etc. (Galatians 3:27-29, 2 Corinthians 5:17, Galatians 2:20, 1 Corinthians 12:27)

We must equip people to succeed in life and in faith.  (Ephesians 4:11-17, Proverbs 22:6, 2 Timothy 3:16-17)

We must pursue biblical justice, but not allow our concept of justice to be misguided by culture. (Romans 12:2)