...because what you believe, matters.


We will gather as family and friends to build spiritual muscles in recovered identity while discovering fresh the foundation and defense of the truths of Scripture.  We will explore our lives in the clarity of biblical discipleship, cultivate understanding and discernment; learn more about Hebrew culture and the language of the Bible; gain focus from insight to the thoughts expressed in the Creator’s Holy Word as we look into the life and teachings of the Messiah (Jesus Christ) and study the Apostolic letters, which show the perfect unity of the whole of Scripture in reference to building His kingdom!  Let us gather and build holy relationships!

Make new friends, restore old friendships, and share moments of awakening with others on the same journey of discovering the unshakeable true foundation of our identity and faith



"Stand by the ways and see and ask for the ancient paths, where the good way is,

and walk in it; and you will find rest for your souls." Jeremiah 6:16

Monday - 2nd day of the week 6:30 - 9:00 pm  Awakening Book Club (Relevant Topics of Interest)

The ABC's of living an inspired, confident and wholesome spiritual life.  We will explore the foundations of faith and study the teachings and life of the Messiah in a comfortable group setting.

Tuesday - 3rd day of the week 6:30 - 9:00 pm  Developing Exponential Financial Growth (Entrepreneurship and Marketing)

We will explore the development of a brand from the selection of a business name, logo design, tagline, market analysis, advertising, sales strategies, understanding value and creating company culture to become more fruitful in our professions.

Thursday - 5th day of the week 6:30 - 9:00 pm  Healed Identity Journey (Journey to Emotional Healing)

This class will explore the dynamics of emotional and intellectual physiology; why we feel and think the way we do, and offer scientific and biblical solutions to "mythunderstandings," crisis and trauma, as well as factors contributing to conflicts in relationships with God and each other.

4th Saturday - 7th day of the week 3:30 - 5:00 pm  Kingdom Life (Fruit for Thought Series)

We will explore the Fruit of the Spirit from the first century Hebraic biblical perspective, learning and applying the four foundational principles of supernatural faith, the essential nature and power of Shalom, the transformative nature and profoundness of biblical love, and so much more.

4th Saturday - 7th day of the week 5:30 - 8:30 pm  Musician's Network Opportunity Producing Quality Relevant Songs

We will cover songwriting basics to include theory and composition of song structures as well as thematic considerations to include variances in style.  Vocal skills and performance basics will be discussed. Then we move to a workshop format where all will be given an opportunity to share their new songs and receive a critique from their peers.  The objective is to produce fresh songs that encourage faith and entertain in excellence of musical skill and quality.

2nd Sunday - 1st day of the week 1:00 - 5:00 pm Treasured Unfaltering Volunteers (Community Outreach / Support)

First Century Faith makes its way to The Green Street Mission as a partner in helping to feed the poor and homeless of the inner city of Nashville.  Our hope is to provide the funding and physical contribution in helping to network churches, ministries and other organizations in feeding one thousand people a week from this strategic location.  May our plan succeed and become a model for other organizations in meeting the needs of their respective communities.​

4th Sunday - 1st day of the week 1:00 - 5:00 pm  Work at the Sanctuary Community (Community Outreach / Support)

First Century Faith makes its way to The Green Street Mission as a partner in organizing and helping to shape the physical landscape of temporary shelters for the homeless of the inner city of Nashville.  Our hope is to provide the funding and administrative support for a community of sixty shelters. Ten will be of a more temporary nature (2-6 weeks) with the remaining fifty of a more permanent nature (2-12 months).  This will include the documented oversight of weekly assignments given to guests in the pursuit of their adjustment and return to society at large with appropriate healthcare, permanent housing, government assistance where necessary, community contribution and employment opportunities.  Each guest contributes to the maintenance.

PRISON MINISTRY - The TheoTherapy Project - (Community Outreach / Support)

Mondays 6:30 - 8:00 pm  Tennessee Prison for Women;  Thursdays 6:00 - 7:30 pm  Riverbend Maximum Security Institution;  Fridays 8:30 am - 12:00 pm  Turney Center Industrial Complex and Annex .


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