In 2005, the Hill family felt God lead them to purchase an undeveloped, overgrown 320 acres of farm ground on the outskirts of Kingfisher, Oklahoma—the same piece of property Brian Hill’s father had leased as pasture for decades. But where most saw dirt and shrubs, God gave the Hill family vision to see more. They saw the building grounds for divine purpose, interlocking connection, and eternal legacy. From the early days of tents and camping trailers to now with almost a dozen buildings across the land, The Cedar Gate will always exist to help people disconnect from the urgent in order to fully connect with those things that matter most.