We are men and women with a passion for the Church to wake up from nominal Christianity and recover its compelling voice.
More than being spectators, we want to be involved again.
More than information about God, we want to actually know him.
More than busyness and fatigue, we want to learn to rest and abide.
In our community, Dwell began when a small group of people who had a unique hunger for God began pursuing him together in simple ways. Whether it was gathering in homes, or even in this field under an old oak tree, the goal was the same, to rediscover the simplicity and purity of worshiping Jesus. We sang songs of worship, and we opened up the floor for people to pray and read Scripture together. Soon, dozens of people turned into hundreds praying for the desire to know him more.
These small steps turned into a unique weekend called Dwell, a conference characterized by involvement and space. As the conference has grown, we know that this weekend is not enough. This next year is a year of development, and we need men and women like you to lead with us… in churches and communities hungry for more of Jesus. Join the conversation and let’s live in light of the fact that God dwells here, with us.
— Aaron Williams & Kathryn Maack, Co-founders