For over 25 years, Church on the Move has been at the forefront of relevant ministry to children and has helped inspire other churches to do the same. Our children's curriculum, created by Pastor Willie George and the staff of Church on the Move, has stood the test of time and impacted countless lives over the years, and we continue to release new resources through our Seeds website (seeds.churchonthemove.com), where we offer free downloads and ministry ideas for church use. We also welcome pastors and creative leaders each year from across the country and around the world as part of our Seeds Conference, which is typically held in March.
Church on the Move is a non-denominational church with no specific church affiliations. To find out more about what we believe, we invite you to visit our Statement of Faith (churchonthemove.com/ourfaith).
PASTOR WILLIE GEORGE
At age 20, Willie George began an outreach with Sunday School buses and quickly learned how to hold the attention of rowdy, unchurched kids. In the decade that followed, his groundbreaking techniques brought him to national prominence as an authority on children's ministry. In 1982, he created a wildly successful, nationally broadcast kids television program, The Gospel Bill Show.
In spite of his success as a traveling minister, he longed to build a local church where youth and children's ministries would be showcased. Since 1987, Church on the Move in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has been a leader in effective ministry for children and teenagers, with outreaches like Dry Gulch, U.S.A. and Oneighty.
Today, the effectiveness of his vision is revealed in the amazing second-generation leadership team at Church on the Move. The same communicative skills that marked Willie George as a children's minister have positioned him as the Senior Pastor of one of America's most innovative churches. Willie and his wife, Deleva, have four adult children and ten grandchildren.