One Heart DC

OneHeartDC is a movement uniting and mobilizing churches, church networks and other organizations to saturate Metro Washington DC (DMV) with the Good News of Jesus Christ.

May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give you a spirit of unity among yourselves as you follow Christ Jesus, so that with one heart and mouth you may glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.
(Romans 15:5-6 NIV84)

• Vision

OneHeartDC is a movement uniting and mobilizing churches, church networks and other organizations to saturate the Metro Washington DC region (DMV) with the Good News of the Gospel. We want each of our 5 million neighbors to experience the love and message of Jesus Christ through one or more of our partners.

We celebrate what God is doing here – creating greater visibility and awe of God within our churches and communities.

We accelerate the spread of the Good News by sharing information, resources and teams for greater impact.

• Missional Objectives

OneHeartDC provides a platform or eco-system to release latent Kingdom building capacity for Gospel Saturation of the DMV. Three foundational ‘pillars’ interconnect the Body of Christ so we are more fully functioning:

Prayer – We are founded and fueled through prayer that strengthens our communion with God and maintains covering over our mission. We sponsor prayer and worship gatherings as catalysts for building a regional culture of prayer. We seek to cover households across our entire region in prayer by name.

Unity – We are a movement of churches, Christian leaders and organizations united in our belief that the Good News of Jesus Christ changes lives. Thus, we assume collective accountability for reaching every man, woman and child with the Gospel. Our bonds around this goal and core Christian theologies allows mobilization and collaboration together and setting aside any denominational, generational, racial and ethnic barriers. Through relationships in Leadership Clusters, we strengthen capacities for transformation of people and communities through discipleship, service and evangelism. Our unity helps us to assess regional coverage of the Gospel and assure multiplication through new church plants and missions in the gaps. Our unity results in bridge-building, reconciliation and thriving communities.

Hope – We offer hope by proclaiming the gospel in Word and demonstrating it in deed. This occurs through local and regional mobilization and collaboration together. We provide a network for sharing information on events, equipping for mission, service projects and resources, and sharing stories that inspire hope and point people to God and His glory.

Mission: Gospel Saturation of the DMV (Greater Metro Washington, DC region including the District of Columbia and surrounding jurisdictions in Maryland and Virginia)

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Eugene Cho

Powerful read for leaders in many roles, not just senior pastors.

‪Starting well matters but ending well matters just as much. This past year, I made one of the most difficult decisions of my life - full of unfathomable grief but profound gratitude. In the midst of this, I was invited to sit down for an interview with Christianity Today and I just learned that it was the most read article in 2018 for pastors/leaders.

I genuinely pray that the article encourages other leaders. May we all faithfully run the race set before us. May we be faithful in the beginning, the middle, and the end...and of each chapter of our lives. For the marathon of our lives. Amen.

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Tune into WAVA 105.1 FM at 5:30pm Today to hear a powerful Christmas message from One Heart DC Board member Bill Kynes.

Join us this weekend for a special Christmas edition of Good News for the City! Pastor Bill Kynes joins us the share the Good News of Christmas. Saturday at 5:30pm and Sunday at 9pm on WAVA 105.1fm online at

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Movement Day

Kingdom minded marketplace leaders are critical in gospel movements! They have more time with people and potentially greater influence than pastors.

Surrendering your life to Jesus doesn’t necessarily mean surrendering the unique platform He’s given you to share about Jesus. In this talk from the Global Marketplace Leaders’ Summit, Eric Metaxas discusses the unique opportunity Christian Marketplace Leaders have to be salt and light in their cities.

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Worshipers and prayer warriors, you don’t want to miss this! Tune into WAVA Radio 105.1 FM Saturday at 5:30pm or Sunday 9:00pm or catch it on podcast at

Join us this weekend as we speak with Nikki Lerner about diversity and multicultural worship. It's going to be a dynamic discussion. Saturday at 5:30pm and Sunday at 9pm on WAVA 105.1fm online at

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A generation passionately pursuing Jesus!

This special presentation of #Together2018 is sure to bring community to the forefront... Watch NOW!

Washington Prayer Gathering

As the Church of Metro Washington Gathers, Prays and Magnifies Jesus this Christmas, may our neighbors see the power of the gospel in our lives, and begin to seek Jesus and develop a thirst to know Him.

May this Advent season bring a heightened sense of God's presence and deepening communion. Please consider incorporating this guide by Dick Eastman, President Every Home for Christ entitled, "A Month at the Throne: A Passionate Pursuit of the Presence of God."

Recap of the 2018 Washington Prayer Gathering at David's Tent DC on 9.22.18.

Pastor Steve King and OneHeartDC Board member extends our DMV Welcome to global delegates attending Movement Day 100 Cities and Marketplace Leaders Summits at beautiful National Presbyterian Church.

City Gospel Movements

A Prayer for Gen Z + Millennial Generations:

God, thank you that you take young people seriously.

You filled John the Baptizer before he was born.
You saw the faithfulness of the teenager, Mary, and gave her the honor of carrying the Christ.
You took a 12 year old boy seriously when he stayed behind in Jerusalem because he just wanted to be in his Father’s house.

Oh God, you are the God who says, "Do not let anyone look down on you because of your age, but rise up, stand up, step out, live into the high calling you have received."

God, at your table, there’s a place for the one who crawls and for the one who walks with a hunch in their back and arthritis in their knees.

But right now, in this moment, we pray oh God, for the ones who are still growing into the ears they received from their parents. I pray for the generations of young people across the globe.

Yesterday, our brother exhorted us to speak a BETTER WORD over our cities. And today, in the power and authority of Christ, we as a collective body choose to speak a BETTER WORD over the Gen Z and Millennial generations:

Over a generation known for entitlement and “I’s,” “me’s,” and “mine’s,” we speak a spirit of generosity and open-handedness.

Over a generation of fatherless, we speak, “Come home to your heavenly Father and discover how the blood of Jesus causes a deeper bond than strands of DNA.”

Over a generation of people racked by anxiety and false connection, we say, “Come to Jesus, the Prince of Peace, and let Him be your brother and friend.”

Over a generation obsessed with acquiring more digital followers, God change us into a generation obsessed with being faithful followers of the one influencer who’s been trending since before the beginning of time—JESUS.

As a young person, I confess our arrogance, hyper-independence, selfishness, and impurity.

May our commitment to you be more steadfast than swiping left or right.

May our knowledge of you be ever-increasing. And may our personal and societal transformation deepen as with unveiled faces we contemplate the Lord’s glory, not our own.

Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, we pray that one day, the defining characteristic of Gen Zs and Millennials, the legacy we leave behind, will be that YOUR Name and renown were the desire of our hearts.

It is to this end we pray relying not on our might or power, but on Your Spirit.

In Jesus’ name, amen.

#100CitiesSummit #YoungLeaders Movement Day Movement Day UK #Millennial #GenZ #Prayer

Transforming Teesside Together

The Church as Jesus intended!

Let me tell you about my Church - The Church of Teesside.

Amen to this prayer written on the Dream Wall at the DC Dream Center. "And this is the confidence that we have toward him, that if we ask anything according to his will he hears us." 1 John 5:14

We pray for this to be true; may we model unity and reconciliation to those around us.

Timothy Keller

A much needed discussion...

What role does the church have to play in addressing areas of injustice? We'll be asking this question and more at Redeemer's Formed for Justice Conference. For more info or to register for the Live Stream, visit

The workplace is key to our mission of gospel saturation in Metro Washington.

Today, Frank Harrison, CEO and his team at Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated challenged business leaders at the Museum of the Bible to build God honoring, purpose driven corporate cultures, developing people who seek Him, connect with their purpose, and serve and care for each other.

Check it out here:

Together 2018 - October 20 by PULSE Movement

Together is live NOW! Together Watch PULSE Movement's Together 2018 - October 20 on People from across the nation are gathering together to pray for our nation, worship Jesus, and be equipped and commissioned to a lifestyle of moving closer to Jesus and the world around us.

Watch and be encouraged through a story of hope, that in Christ racial reconciliation is possible!

Church leaders met today at First Baptist Church of Vienna to discuss racial reconciliation, unity and justice. We heard the testimonies of two pastors who have journeyed together, between their churches and within their communities.

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OneHeartDC Leadership Clusters - Pt. 7 Christ is Honored!
OneHeartDC Leadership Clusters - Pt. 6 Co-Labor
OneHeartDC Leadership Clusters - Pt. 5 Christ-Centeredness
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Leadership Clusters Pt. 3 Connection
Leadership Clusters - Pt. 2 Conviction
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