At Living Word we’re growing a family that experiences every promise of God. We’re a church for ALL–equipping families to win through Acceptance, Laughter, and Love. We believe in Jesus. His teachings and ministry embody unbridled love and acceptance for all who are weary. Through His example, our church equips its family to succeed in the world of today. Through acceptance, laughter, and love, our services and ministries show people just how valuable they are to God, and just how much they can accomplish in this lifetime through Jesus. That’s what church is about. We hope we see you soon!
Services and Ministries
Come start your week off right with worship and hearing God’s Word.
Sundays at 11:45 am. This service is geared towards the ages of 11-17. We focus on developing a personal relationship with Jesus and being the change in our communities that God is calling us to be.
We meet every Wednesday from 7 – 8 pm ON ZOOM to come together to pray for our church and our communities. You can pop in for just a bit or you can stay for the whole hour.
Fall Semester of Living Word Bible College now in session.
We offer a wide variety of classes here at Living Word Gilbert such as: Parenting, Marriage, Finance, Bible Studies. We love to grow with each other in God.
Pastor Paul and Christi Earle
Pastor Paul & Christi Earle grew up in Mesa, AZ. On March 24, 1994, in his late teens, while attending Living Word Bible Church, Pastor Paul found Jesus and was radically saved from a life of drug addiction. Shortly thereafter, he met and married his best friend, Christi. Enrolling at Phoenix First Pastors College, Paul & Christi began training for ministry under the leadership of Tommy Barnett. They helped build New Life Family Church in downtown Gilbert, and becoming Lead Pastors in 2012. NLFC became Living Word Gilbert in 2018, rejoining Pastors Paul and Christi to their church home. The Earles have four kids, love the TOWN (not city) of Gilbert, and are passionate about seeing people fall in love with Jesus & keep that fire burning bright.
Are we open for our normal church services this weekend? Historically, the church has always been a place people turn to in times of need. A refuge. Living Word’s doors can remain open to our community, and by using wisdom, also join with our Governor’s desire to slow the spread of the Coronavirus. Read More…