A Brief History of Faith Life Church
In response to the Lord’s leading, Keith and Phyllis Moore moved to Branson from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma to start Faith Life Church. They purchased and renovated the Yellow Ribbon Theater, and although they had no congregation, Faith Life Church first opened its doors for the evening service on . The following Sunday was Resurrection Sunday, and the Lord drew hundreds to hear the Word of God.
The church grew abundantly in these first few years—not only locally, but also worldwide when we began broadcasting our Friday and Sunday services live over the Internet in . The expansion continued on , when the first FLC-TV broadcast was aired locally. In the months and years that followed, we began airing on several additional TV stations and networks across the country and worldwide.
As the body continued to grow, we sought God for a larger facility. In late , God provided a new place—the former Remington Theater, right on the strip in Branson. After a supernaturally fast renovation of the building, we moved into this facility at the end of , just before our annual Week Of Increase meetings.
God has abundantly blessed Faith Life Church. Testimonies of God’s healing, provision, and blessing are shared at every service, and the children are learning the same truths being taught in the worship services in their own classes.
Brother Moore desires for the body to learn to be led by the Spirit and grow in exceeding faith and abounding love. That is the vision of Faith Life Church.