Tag Archives: Compassionate Service

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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Seek the Welfare of the City

“For I know the plans I have for you declares the Lord…” Can you complete that verse from memory? Many Christians can. Jeremiah 29:11 is one of the most referenced verses from the Old Testament. If you’re not as familiar … Continue reading

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To Be The Church Celebration

Here is the video from this morning @ LifePoint. Over the last 4 months hundreds of people prayed, fasted, gave, and built. Thank you for working to expand our ability to equip the church to be the church!

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LifePoint Church…For Our City

Amazing story here of the impact LifePoint Church is making through strategic partnerships with community organizations in Vancouver. God has called us out of the world to be the church in the world. For more videos, or to give and … Continue reading

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To Be The Church

Here is our most recent To Be The Church video. You can get weekly updates on this initiative at tobethechurch.com.

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A Family In My Church

Our local church, like many across the world, is made up of a number of people who would define themselves as “normal.” I don’t mean this in a pejorative sense. There is nothing wrong with that description whatsoever—I think most … Continue reading

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When Christians Were Called Atheists

Did you know that there was a time when Christians were called “atheists?” If you’re inclined to think “Wow, that must have been a dark day for Christianity,” you couldn’t be further from the truth. In the early centuries of … Continue reading

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