Monthly Archives: July 2015

Compassion for the Lost

I have been reading and reflecting in the book of Jonah the past couple of weeks. I love this book and if you have not read it in a while, I encourage you to take 30 minutes to read the … Continue reading

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New Kid On the LPC Block: Pastor Michael Anderson

I love writing blogs like this one. If you have been connected with life @ LifePoint these last 5 years, you know that change is a big part of our DNA. Growth always means change and change has a way … Continue reading

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Grow in Your Faith: Podcasts

If you’re anything like me, you’re always looking for new ways to grow in your understanding of God, Scripture, and the Christian life. It wasn’t that long ago that in order to broaden your knowledge, you had to drive to … Continue reading

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Kids in Community

This past week my wife and I celebrated the birth of our first kid, Micah Shea. Meeting my son for the first time was a feeling that I’ll be working on articulating for the rest of my life. After a … Continue reading

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The Bucket List

The concept of a bucket list is pretty well known. It is a list of experiences or achievements that a person seeks to fulfill before they kick the bucket.[1] There was a movie made a few years ago staring Jack … Continue reading

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BOOK REVIEW: The Stories We Tell by Mike Cosper

I love stories. In a recent sermon, Andrew outed me as a lover of melancholy movies. And it’s true. I’m a sucker for a story that portrays life as a real, difficult, hopeful struggle. There’s just something inside of me … Continue reading

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When Something Goes Bump in the Night: Send Your Wife

Last year the infamous “bump in the night” arrived at the Saccenti home. It was 1am and my wife woke me up from a deep slumber. Side note, I sleep through everything. In college I slept through a midnight fire … Continue reading

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Navigating the Fog: From the Driver’s Seat

Pastor Andrew used a great metaphor this week: As our pastor he’s working to help us young Christians navigate through the fog surrounding same-sex marriage. I appreciate that. As we are driving, with our graduation tassels freshly hung on our rearview mirrors … Continue reading

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The Love of God’s Gospel: Clearing the Fog on Same-Sex

I shouldn’t be writing this today. Statistically, if you are reading this post after reading yesterday’s post and Monday’s post, you are an anomaly. With so much else to click on from your timeline or inbox, this blog has technically … Continue reading

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