About Us

“And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.” Hebrews 10:24-25
why it matters


There is a massive difference between deep connection and being socially networked; between having friends online and an in-person community.

We all feel it. We live in a façade of closeness. With the invention of the internet, we were promised to be more connected than ever before, but instead, we are experiencing profound disconnection in an exceedingly lonely world.

How do we fight it? How do we satisfy the longing for authentic connection?

Only the Gospel has the power to flip this experience upside down. From the opening pages of the Bible, we see that this “aloneness” is not good for our souls—it is not what you were created for.

You were created for connection, so stop settling for the cultural experience of isolation and disconnection. Together, let’s fight to build deep connection in a lonely world.

What is SavePoint?

SavePoint Ministries is an organization dedicated to helping those who rely primarily on the internet for community connect with a group of Christian believers who share their hobbies, but will also support them and help them grow in faith in a way that online communities never could. 

While online communities can be a fun place to share hobbies and find like-minded people, our goal is to facilitate a similar but DEEPER and FAITH-BASED connection with an in-person church community.

How we do that


Developing a database of nerd friendly churches to connect them with individuals seeking community.


Featuring church leaders on Twitch gaming streams, where they talk about their ministry and church.


Providing churches with resources to reach those in the nerd community through training, events, and curriculum.


Equipping parents to relate to loved ones on their level and engage in-person community through blog posts, resources, and Bible studies.