NOTE: In 2005 LifePoint Christian Church moved to the YMCA. Next Month, March 2013, our church family will move to a home of our own. I posted this back then on my Xanga blog….. and it still applies today! Are you ready to worship? 5:15am quick shower shave and COFFEE, HAVE TO MAKE THE COFFEE!
Let’s take a step deeper and look at what it means to be “poor in spirit”. As we have already seen, being “poor in spirit” is recognizing our total dependence on God–acknowledging that without Him we are nothing. It is not a weakness in the sense of weak and pitif
Not unlike ancient times, this generation struggles to have faith. The key, I believe to having faith is in trusting God no matter what the outcome. THAT takes a humble and surrendering heart! Hmmmmm…..I think Jesus talked about that a lot. So, why don’t we just do it? We act as if this
CLICK HERE TO LISTEN ONLINE Click above to listen to this sermon. Today I want to you about biblical servant hood. Let me first tell you about this mother who was teaching her son at home and she asked him to Write a sentence about a public servant, The little boy wrote: “The fireman came dow
By Michele G. Hudson First published in January 2010 Central Florida Lifestyle magazine, North edition. Used with permission. Lake Mary pastor rallies volunteers to support neighbors in need, and provides spiritual support. When Phil Ayres, lead pastor for LifePoint Christian Church learned the Lake
Merry Christmas from the Staff at LifePoint! I am proud to say that I work with the best team in the world! We work hard and we play hard! From Left to Right: Pastor Todd Barnett: our Youth and Young Adult Pastor Pastor Jan Puterbaugh: (Me), Pastor of Insane Details (Associate Pastor) Pastor Phil Ay