Christ’s Christian Church is an independent Christian Church under the leadership of Elders Wiley Conner, Steve Lyle, and Pastor Dalton Walker.
We believe that Scripture, as God's word, is the sole infallible rule of faith for the Christian life and thus we seek to move more and more into conformity with it in all aspects of our individual and corporate lives.
With a heart set on glorifying God and a fresh commitment to His Word, one of the reoccurring themes for our Christian community is a focus on being a healthy, faithful, Biblical church. And slowly, as the Lord remains faithful to His promises, we are moving closer and closer to displaying the fullness of the glorious reality He has called us to.
We are a congregation of diverse backgrounds and preferences, but we push aside those differences to worship God in submission to His revealed will. Our "worship through music" is a mixture of traditional hymns and contemporary spiritual songs while our "worship through the Word" consists of a regular diet of verse-by-verse exposition with the occasional topical series.
Summing up God's call to the Christian found in His Word, our mission is very simple: Grow and Serve. This mission serves as the foundation and prompting for our worship gatherings, our prayer meetings, our weekly studies, and our community service opportunities. We seek to grow into the image of our lord and savior Jesus Christ while we serve and bless those around us... in hopes of being a vehicle for God to bless those around us ultimately with saving faith of their own in Jesus Christ!
My name is Dalton Walker and since 2015 I've been privileged to be the full time pastor of Christ's Christian Church. I graduated from Ozark Christian College (Joplin, Missouri) in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministry (with an emphasis in preaching). Continuing my studies, I'm currently I'm pursuing a Masters of Theology from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri.
In March of 2020 the Lord blessed we with a wonderful, loving wife, Anna, and we are expecting expecting our first child this summer (2021). Beyond the blessing of facilitating "the ministry of the saints" in Urich, my free time is spent learning new things, riding my motorcycles, remodeling our house, and growing the best yard within miles!
“The good news is that the one and only God, who is holy, made us in his image to know him. But we sinned and cut ourselves off from him. In his great love, God became a man in Jesus, lived a perfect life, and died on the cross, thus fulfilling the law himself and taking on himself the punishment for the sins of all those who would ever turn and trust in him. He rose again from the dead, showing that God accepted Christ’s sacrifice and that God’s wrath against us had been exhausted. He now calls us to repent of our sins and to trust in Christ alone for our forgiveness. If we repent of our sins and trust in Christ, we are born again into a new life, an eternal life with God.”
“The Gospel” (the good news) summed up by Pastor Mark Dever in “The Gospel and Personal Evangelism”