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Guiding our newest generations!

Message from Pastor Nate

As we look forward to the next 15 years as a church, the question we have been asking is, “What is the faith of the next generation worth?” When the Lord impressed this question on my heart, my immediate answer was… EVERYTHING! The faith of the next generation is worth Everything. But then I realized that anything that is worth everything is going to cost us something. We can’t say that the faith of the next generation is worth everything, and yet not be willing to give up anything.

Seeing the fruits of our labor!

18 months of CRAZY Growth

Back in September 2019, we celebrated our 15th Anniversary as a church. However, less than two years ago, we moved into our first ever permanent location. Our current property is just under twelve acres of land, and our church building is just over 20,000 square feet. Between opening our doors in January 2018 and September 2019, we experienced a 90% growth in attendance, welcoming between 1,200 and 1,300 people every Sunday across three services. This crazy growth from God has presented some challenges, like parking, lobby congestion, kids ministry overflow and maxed-out seating during our 10:30am service. But, not only have we seen numerical growth, we’ve also seen spiritual growth. Here are a few examples of the fruit we are seeing:

  • 137 First-Time Commitments to follow Jesus
  • 162 Baptisms
  • 61% Giving Increase
  • 1406 Next Steps Taken
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Equal giving, equal sacrifice!

Three ways to give to Lifepointe Church

1 Kickoff Gift

On December 8, 2019, Commitment Sunday, everyone was asked to hand in completed Make it Impossible Commitment Cards, along with their kickoff offering toward their total commitment in 2020. This kickoff offering is extremely important, as it sets the tone for the next 12 months and allows us to begin work right away on both initiatives!

2 Twelve-month Commitment

Along with your kickoff gift, everyone also has the opportunity to make a 12-month financial commitment, over-and-above their regular giving. For example, if you commit to give $10,000 over-and-above your tithes for the year, and you give the first $5,000 as your kickoff gift, you would then give the remaining $5,000 over the 12 months in 2020.

3 Selling an Asset

One way to creatively expand your financial gift to Make It Impossible is to sell or liquidate an asset. This could be property, a vehicle, a boat, or even stock. If this is something you are interested in doing, the church is set up to assist you with this transaction. For more information, please contact our Finance Director, Sara Fletcher, at

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