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The Truth About Self-Care

The Truth About Self-Care

he first time I heard the term "self-care" what came to mind was the hundreds of thousands of articles and YouTube videos of twenty-somethings as they vlogged their way through yoga, bubble bath, and green smoothie routines. I wondered if this...

Celebrate Recovery June 11

Celebrate Recovery June 11

Ready.  Set. Go!!  Some of the writers of the New Testament talk a lot about running the race set before us (Hebrews 12:1) and finishing strong (2 Timothy 4:7).  But in order to run, we must be ready to run.  We must train and discipline our bodies to compete the...

Celebrate Recovery – May 28

Ready.  Set. Go!!  Some of the writers of the New Testament talk a lot about running the race set before us (Hebrews 12:1) and finishing strong (2 Timothy 4:7).  But in order to run, we must be ready to run.  We must train and discipline our bodies to compete the...

Connecting and Caring From a Distance

If I can clue you all into something I’ve learned during our recent circumstances, it would be this:

Church is the PEOPLE and not the building!

People matter. Relationships matter. Connection is key.

Letting Go of the Butterfly

I looked down to see where his small finger was pointing. It was a beautiful black and yellow butterfly. Its wet wings were stuck to the sidewalk and it was helplessly trying to fly away. Jacob knelt down to the ground, gently picked it up and said, “Mom, this butterfly needs my help. I’m going to carry it.”

Give Me a Break

Summer is upon us and that means a welcome break from the normal rhythms of life - time to slow down, rest, vacation.  At least, that’s what it’s supposed to mean. The truth is that our culture doesn’t do rest very well; the rhythm always seems to be high tempo. We...

Things Happen When We Serve

Typically, we serve when we are made aware of a need. However, we can easily go through life without ever seeing the people who need love and kindness right in front of us. But when we intentionally and prayerfully resist the myriad of distractions and reach out to...

Alpha Life

God’s Word makes it clear that orphans are close to His heart. Here at LifePoint, one of the ways our church family cares for orphans is through Alpha Life. We began a partnership with Alpha & Omega and Orphan Outreach to create this orphan ministry in Ukraine...

Relationships of Jesus – Week 6

Week 6: The Disciples This week, we look at the relationships of Jesus with his disciples, and how he invited them to participate with him. Come and See Follow Me I Am Sending You SermonsStudiesGuidesArticlesStoriesFilmsDonateAboutLifePoint ChurchSubscribe to our...

What If You Can Make a Difference

At some point in your childhood you were most likely asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Maybe you followed those early inklings or maybe not. Regardless of your profession, you can make a difference in the world around you. God only holds you...

Promises Promises

Every year we seem to want to start off in the right direction. We make resolutions or promises that would help us be the person we have always wanted to be, but in the end we almost never fulfill the promises. Can you relate? I resolve to lose 10 lbs this year or I...

Why Worry?

Numerous medical studies make it clear: we’re in the midst of an anxiety epidemic. In other words, a lot of people worry—a lot. And it’s having a dramatic detrimental impact on our health and on our society. Yet it’s been suggested, “we can do nothing better with...