top of page
Got Jesus?

Have you already met Jesus?  If you haven't made Him the Lord of your life and accepted Him as your Savior, that is the first step in becoming a treasure hunter. 


It's really simple actually.  Scripture tells us that all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God  (Romans 3:23).  As sinners, every one of us deserve the consequence of our actions--BUT GOD who is rich in mercy sent His only begotten Son that whosoever   believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life (John 3:16).  We are so glad to be a whosoever and you can know His joy, too!    Romans 10:13 tells us that whosoever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be saved.  It's that simple.  Recognize that we all have sinned and need a savior, that Jesus was sent to be that Savior to die in our place, that He died was buried and rose again.    And then we invite Him to be the Lord (master-controller) of our life.  If you are meeting Jesus for the first time or are rededicating your life to Him, we'd love to hear from you!  Use  our contact section so that we can celebrate with all of heaven over you!

You are smart enough!

Do  you crave to read and understand the Bible for yourself?  When you read God's Word do you feel like there's more?  You were created to hear from your Creator through His book written to and for     you.  We'd love to help you fill your toolbox.    

Small Beginnings
treasure hunters orig. pic.jpg

What began at a little kitchen table eating pizza and offering to help some friends learn the Bible, turned into three and a half years of meeting every other week.  We started in the garden and journeyed to the edge of the promised land.  We created then what would become our field guide today.  We treasure our time together, the nuggets in the Word we uncovered and invaluable friendships.  Despise not the day of small beginnings! 

Digging Tools

Our field guide is designed to help you dig into scripture, find the nuggets and The Ultimate  Treasure, Jesus.    See the Trading Post     section for more information.

Teaching Teachers to Teach & Learners to Learn
bottom of page