Where do you find you security, hope, and joy in this life? According to the Apostle Peter, we can find those things in the present by knowing what’s coming in the future: our glorious inheritance, our salvation, kept in Heaven for us by God himself.
Jesus teaches us how to use work to bring God glory.
Do you have a next step in your relationship with Jesus? If so, what is it? The truth is, we all have a next step, but sometimes struggle to know what it is or how to take it. In this message, we study Hebrews 12 and discover some ways that we can identify and take our next step in our relationship with Jesus.mount
How do you mesh a generation that experiences change and uncertainty everywhere with a Savior who’s eternal sacrificial love always stays the same? “Do you want to carry the weight” is a sermon by Marc Shields as part of Family Ministries Sunday.
Paul writes some of the most famous statements we read in all of Scripture about contentment. Inside of those verses, we see where contentment is found and where it is lost.
Romans 5:6-11 teaches us about the values of our Heavenly Father!
Can you still trust God, even when you don’t understand what is happening or why? In this message, we return to the story of Lazarus once again to see how God works in all things for his glory and, at the same time, for the good and joy of his children.
Mary’s life teaches us how womanhood and motherhood can glorify God.
What if I told you that no matter what circumstance you find yourself in, you can have confidence that the God of the Universe is personally caring for you? That’s exactly what Psalm 23 tells us. If you have trusted Jesus Christ with your life, the Lord is your Shepherd, and you need not want, but the Shepherd watches over your soul.
The Scriptures teach us how to live as strangers in the world
Paul teaches us where our hope comes from.
Jesus uses the Jonah narrative to teach us about the important of the resurrection.
Why is the Resurrection of Jesus so important, and what does it really mean for you and for me? In this message, we explore the most important event in history.
In this Easter message, we look at the end of the Gospel of Luke. We are reminded that Jesus’ death and resurrection has made a way for us to be forgiven and to receive the promise of the Father!
We try so hard to be in control. Deeply rooted in who we are is a desire to fix ourselves, protect ourselves, and ultimately save ourselves. We never have full control of our lives and though we like to pretend we can fix ourselves we end up being really bad at doing so. Today, we will look at 3 verses from the book of Luke that helps us recognize who is in control and how we should respond to it. It is by losing control that we can truly live.
As we look forward to the new year, let’s look to Jesus for examples of growth and priorities.
Hear from our Family Ministries Staff about the importance of investment in the church’s next generation.
Your starting line looks different than your finish line.
God’s grace is an essential concept to understand if we wish to live freely under Christ’s love. In this message we learn how to experience our heavenly Father’s grace fully in an effort to become more like Jesus.
Tragedy is something all of us have to deal with. It’s a hard reality of living in a fallen world. But God has given us deep resources through our faith to handle those difficult times. In this message we look at 5 keys to waking through tragedy well.
As we begin a new year, the Psalms teach us that relationship with and the worship of God are paramount in our lives.
In this message, we take a look back at 2015 and look forward to all the things we’re dreaming God will do in our midst in 2016. We look at Philippians 1:27-28, and discover how our 2016 might become worthy of the Gospel of Christ.
This message looks into the mindset of Christ, who faced powerful opposition, but endured and secured victory over life’s obstacles. Issues discussed are challenges like ‘instant gratification,’ and ‘people pleasing.’
We have all experienced hopeless situations. Moments when an object, relationship or situation is beyond repair. We don’t often think about our hopeless condition, when we were separated from Christ, but that is exactly what Paul encourages the Ephesians to do. The remembering of our hopeless state leads to rejoicing in our hopeful state in Christ. Oh the thrill of hope!
In Luke 5:27-32 we see that no one is too far to be reached by the truth of the gospel of Jesus.
The end of December is often filled with New Year’s Resoultions that promise a better future as long as you possess the will power to achieve it. Jeremiah instucts us how we can better orient our lives to the promises of God and invest in a more fruitful future for ourselves.
In this message, we look at Matthew 4. We’re reminded that Jesus is inviting us to follow Him, and that the time to follow Him is now.
Excerpts from LifePoint’s 11th birthday
Acts 13 tells us the kinds of people that God uses to make a difference in the world.
In this message, guest teacher Chad Grigsby addresses the question: “How should we interact with our culture?” by looking into 1 Peter 1.
On Mother’s Day, we will look at Hannah…the challenges she faced…and how she can teach us to face the same challenges in our culture.
God gives LifePoint the opportunity to look backwards at His activity last year and forward towards Him for 2015.
In this Vision Message for 2015, we take a look at Titus 2 and learn who grace is for and what it does. We discover that God isn’t done with us – He is still shaping us and calling us to become more like His Son.
One of the great lessons of Moses’ leadership is that simple distractions can cause complex problems.
No one is perfect. Even the most Godly people in scripture had their blunders. We can take some very practical lessons from David and how to deal with our sin and how to move forward.
Believers and non-believers alike can both become exhausted from seeking the approval of God. Today’s message is intended to alleviate the wandering, to slow the pendulum swing and to set a course of setting our minds on and seeking the things that are above. The gospel message not only redeems us, but when studied and applied grows us into the image of Jesus Christ. Find rest for your soul from the words of Paul to the Colossians. Here he reminds us of the gospel message and informs believers they have been positioned to pursue.
Jesus transformed the Disciples and will transform us as well.
Thanksgiving is hopefully a time when we slow down for gratitude each year. The history of God’s relationship with us can be told through the lens of several meals.
“Are you thankful? What are you thankful for? In this message, we take a look at Psalm 103. We discover that David was incredibly thankful for who God is and what He has done, and we are reminded that we are invited to the same type of attitude towards God.
Jesus begins His public ministry with a miracle that no one – except His mom – could imagine.
LifePoint celebrates its 10 year anniversary as a church by looking at Jesus’ mission for His followers.
In this shortened message, we discuss the before, during and after of baptism. Before baptism, we say “yes” to Jesus. During baptism, we proclaim our faith in Christ and our participation in His death and resurrection. After baptism, we enjoy life with Jesus forever. We invite you to check out our baptism videos from this Sunday to hear how God is changing people’s lives at LifePoint.
As we start off the New Year, we look back at what God did in 2013 and forward to what we sense is His vision for us in 2014!
This message looks back at some of the things God did in 2013 and looks forward to what we hope He’ll do at LifePoint in 2014. It reminds us that God loves the world so much that He gave His only Son. Through Jesus, God saves individual people, gathers them into churches, and sends them into communities to love Him and one another.
A behind the scene look at acts of courage displayed by Mary & Martha, Thomas, Jesus, and Lazarus surrounding the most dramatic resurrection account in the New Testament.
God invites each of us to find new life in His Son, Jesus Christ. In this new life, we get new (and really cool) opportunities…but not all of us take advantage. This message takes a look at Ephesians 3, and some of the new opportunities that anyone who has new life in Christ has the privilege of experiencing more and more.