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Design & Architecture

Churches by Daniels

A nationwide design-build company specializing in church facility design and construction, Churches by Daniels began when Charlie Daniels combined his heritage of ministry and background in construction to partner with churches from vision to completion, fulfilling our calling to help the church rise up and build.
Located in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, you are welcome to stop by our office anytime. We would love to answer your questions, give you a tour, and assist you in any way we can.

Special Resources for the ARC Family

Rise & Build: A Design Build Church Construction Magazine

Download the latest issue of Churches By Daniels’ magazine for the best, current information to help you plan, construct and enjoy your church facility.
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Six Key Considerations Before Launching Your Church Building Project or Expansion

Download our free guide and learn: .The most underestimated and misunderstood construction service you need to plan accurately .Two design components essential to accelerating your ministry .The most unplanned for costs that must be included in your budget
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Charlie Daniels

CEO / Owner

Charlie Daniels has worked in construction for almost his entire life. While Attending Rhema Bible College in the 1980s, he was asked to use his background in construction to manage their project, a 250,000 square-foot, 5000 seat sanctuary. It was this project that made him realize that there was a need for combining his years of experience in construction with his experience being on staff at one of the largest ministries in the world to bring a new approach to church facility design and construction process.

Charlie is licensed and bonded to build in 48 states and is dedicated to being the premier resource to pastors and staff, utilizing his experience and passions to help churches “rise up and build.” Neh. 2:18

Charlie has been married to his high school sweetheart, Sally, for 47 years. They have two children and four grandchildren who proudly refer to him as “Pop.”