As of July 2008, there were twelve (not including the internet campus or the "Second Life campus") LifeChurch.tv "campuses" located across the United States.
Following the success of the additional location, the church launched campuses in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Stillwater, Oklahoma in 2002, and these new campuses began incorporating satellite video teaching into their services.
In 2005, LifeChurch.tv opened two additional campuses: the South Oklahoma City location in the spring, followed by the Mesa and Gilbert, Arizona campuses of the metro Phoenix, Arizona area in September. After a few months of meeting in two high schools, LifeChurch.tv combined the two campuses into a single permanent facility and is now known as the Mesa campus.
In February 2006, LifeChurch.tv introduced a campus in Fort Worth, Texas. In April, the church established its "Internet Campus," which broadcasts weekly, interactive worship services live over the internet In July, the church also launched a new campus in Hendersonville, Tennessee.
LifeChurch.tv opened two new campuses in early 2007 in northwest Oklahoma City, and Wellington, Florida, for a total of 11 campuses.
Easter Sunday, 2007, LifeChurch.tv began broadcasting from their new campus in the online game Second Life.
A twelfth campus, in Albany, NY, was announced on April 28, 2007.
In January 2008, LifeChurch.tv launched its second campus in the Tulsa area at Bixby North Elementary School in Bixby, OK.
In August 2008, Lifechurch.tv Mesa Campus moved back to one of their original locations in Gilbert, AZ, they are currently looking for a new building for the growing attendance.
LifeChurch.tv also decided to do away with "church membership", deciding instead to encourage people to become "partners" in helping lead people to become fully devoted followers of Christ.