Our Vision and Mission
At God Centered Life, our passion is the gospel, our vision is all generations living for God, and our mission is to engage culture, train churches, and reach colleges all for Christ and his glory.
In February 2007, God Centered Life was founded to coincide with the release of Pastor Josh Moody’s book The God Centered Life. At the time, Josh sensed the need to call people to center their lives around God and the Church to re-orientate itself around God. This is the key need for our culture at large.
When a national ministry leader approached Josh Moody and asked him to consider leveraging his teaching ministry to be heard outside the four walls of his church, the future path for God Centered Life began to take shape. In the fall of 2018, God Centered Life began to offer a radio and internet broadcast featuring Pastor Josh’s sermons, trusting it would have the potential to make a huge impact for Christ in the lives of thousands of other people.
Since its inception, God Centered Life has sought to engage culture, train churches, and reach colleges by providing solid, biblical teaching through its sermons, devotionals and the One Night Centered on God conference.
Meet Dr. Josh Moody
Pastor, Teacher, and Author
Josh Moody (Ph.D., University of Cambridge) is the senior pastor of College Church in Wheaton, IL., president and founder of God Centered Life Ministries, and author of several books including Boasting (Christian Focus, 2018), How the Bible Can Change Your Life (Christian Focus, 2018), John 1-12 For You (The Good Book Company 2017), 7 Days to Change Your Life (Abingdon Press 2017), and How Church Can Change Your Life (Christian Focus 2015).
Josh frequently speaks at conferences and on college campuses. He was an associate fellow of Jonathan Edwards College, Yale University (2007-2011), and his Cambridge University doctorate in Theology was published in 2005. Pastor Josh grew up south of London, became a follower of Jesus in the Church of England, was an undergraduate at Cambridge University where he was president of the Cambridge Inter-Collegiate Christian Union. He is married to Rochelle, and they have four children.