Once a year, during the month of December, we bring a special offering—one that requires sacrifice and one that builds a legacy for future generations. This offering enables us to take a giant leap forward in fulfilling the big opportunities God has placed before us.

“Because I have set my heart on the house of my God, I have given to the house of my God, over and above all that I have prepared for the holy house…Who among you is ready and willing to join in the giving?”

– 1 Chronicles 29:3-6


The thrust of our Legacy Offering focuses on areas that impact local, national and international missions.

International Missions:
Through our strategic partnerships, we have the opportunity to help build the cause of Christ, raise up more leaders and plant more churches in the most critical places on earth. Including nations like India, Uganda, Israel and Mexico, our investment touches the heart of our loving God (John 3:16) and responds to the cry of Jesus to “go into all the world” (Matthew 28:19).

The Local Church:
Our strategy to reach our nation starts with assisting in building the local church. Our church must extend beyond ourselves across our country in an effort to help pastors start new churches across the nation. We have been a blessing to young churches across America in the past and the need is stronger than ever.

Local Missions and Benevolence:
Heartland exists to love people to life in Jesus Christ. We believe that it is pivotal to meet both physical and spiritual needs in our immediate community in order for this to effectively happen. Our dream is for people to find salvation, to experience freedom, to walk in restoration and live in fulfillment. Assisting the poor, widowed and orphaned in our community is central to our ability to live out the call of Christ as a church.

The Next Generation:
As a church, we have a responsibility to teach students and kids how to love people to live in Jesus Christ. Our dream is that students and children would develop and discover their talents, giftings and calling early in life so that they can step into their purpose at an early age.