About LFF

Welcome to Living Faith Fellowship!

We are a non-denominational church located at 3311 Avenue I in Kearney, Nebraska. Our Sunday morning gatherings begin with Bible study for all ages at 9:00 a.m. followed by our worship time at 10:00 AM. If you are looking for a church or just wanting to explore the Christian faith, we would love to have you be our guest.

Our Purpose

Living Faith Fellowship exists to bring glory to God by advancing His kingdom across the street, down the road and around the world through the process of making disciples who make disciples. 

Our Visi0n

We will help people Embrace Jesus, Experience life transformation and Engage others with the love of Christ. We will seek to do this through the development of missional living and missional communities in Kearney and beyond.

Important Values at LFF    


Love God and Love Others

As followers of Jesus, our biggest priorities are to love God with all our hearts and to love others deeply. This priority comes from what is referred to as the Great Commandment (Matthew 22:35-40).  We are to love God with every part of our being. Intimacy with Jesus and obedience to His will are key in our walk with God. Our lives should be marked by our love for others. God has loved us with immeasurable love. Our response to that love is to love and care for those around us as a demonstration of God’s love. This love includes the least, the last and those far from God.

Make Disciples Who Make Disciples

Jesus has called all believers to be actively involved in the expansion of His kingdom my making disciples who make disciples. This directive comes from what is often referred to as the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20). The word disciple is not one that people are familiar with today. The idea is to make apprentices for Jesus. Disciple making is a process that involves sharing about Jesus and helping people grow in their faith once they make a faith commitment. Just as an apprentice in the plumbing field is trained and developed to become a licensed plumber, so it is with followers of Jesus. We help them learn, grow and obey by coming alongside of them and walking with them in the everyday things of life. The disciple is trained to reach others and reproduce what has been done for them. In 2 Timothy 2:2, Paul states, “And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable men who will also be qualified to teach others.” This is a beautiful picture of the disciples making disciples movement. 


The Great Commission calls us to take the gospel to the “ends of the earth” as well as our local communities. As a church, we are very active in praying for and financially supporting the expansion of the kingdom in other countries and other people groups. We even send teams to the mission field when possible. We are particularly committed to reaching the unreached and unengaged people groups around the world with the gospel of Christ. 

Missional Community

Community is very important to us. We desire to develop rich community as we live life on mission together for Jesus. This is best developed through missional communities. These are smaller gatherings (12-20 people) in homes where we gather for the purpose of connecting with one another and with people who are far from God. What makes these communities different from small groups is that the DNA of a missional community is outward focused. We experience connected relationships, great meals, study of Scripture, prayer, intentional service, awesome party times and accountability as we live both personally and collectively on mission for God.

Sent Lives

In the Gospel of John, Jesus says, “As the Father has sent me, I am sending you.” As followers of Jesus, we have been sent into this world to advance the kingdom of God by making disciples who make disciples. This means that wherever we are (work, school, our neighborhood, the gym, the coffee shop, etc.), we have been sent there by God to love the people around us and to share the good news of Jesus. All followers of Christ are sent ones. 

Belong Before You Believe

We want you to feel welcome as you are. Whether you are a longtime believer, a person who has drifted from church or someone who is just checking this Christianity thing out, come and hang out with us as you explore life with Jesus. 

Bible Focused

At LFF we take the Bible seriously. It is the authority in our lives. We believe that Scripture is God’s very words to us. Each week we spend time exploring God’s Word so that we can understand it clearly and live it out boldly. We want to be doers of the word and not just hearers.

Prayer Centered

We believe that prayer is the backbone to everything we do. The advancement of the kingdom is a spiritual endeavor and there is an enemy who does not want it to happen. The primary weapon we have is prayer. Therefore, we seek to be a community that is committed to and dependent upon personal and corporate prayer. 

Transformed Lives

It has been said that “God loves you as you are, but that He loves you too much to leave you where you are.” Every one of us comes to Jesus as people who have fallen short of His perfection. He doesn’t expect us to “clean up” before we come to Him. The offer of the gospel is not dependent upon our being good enough. It is a free gift based on what Jesus did for us. Once we have come to faith in Jesus, He begins to work transformation in our lives. It is our goal to become more like Jesus every day. This is a lifelong journey and it only happens as we submit to the Holy Spirit. 

Every Believer is a Minister

At LFF we believe that every believer is a minister. The church has too often made the mistake of allowing the pastor or the leaders of the church to do all the ministry while the attenders sit back and receive ministry. This is not how God designed the church. The pastors or leaders are to equip or train the congregation to do the work of ministry. Ephesians 4:11-13 states, So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors and teachers, to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.” The pastors and leaders are the coaches and the people of God are the players. We have all been gifted (1 Corinthians 12) for the purpose of serving. Everyone plays!