Looking back from his time in the US military, Brandon knew God had a plan for his life. There were times when he shouldn’t have made it out of battle, but he did.
In case you missed it, something momentous happened at Church Online last week—we launched six new service times! That means you now have 67 opportunities each week to connect with our global community, hear a life-changing message, and pray with our Host Team volunteers about anything going on in your life.
When you think of prayer, what comes to mind? Hands folded, eyes closed, kneeling by your bed? Sitting around a table, being thankful for a meal? Reciting words you learned as a child?
One of the things that matters most to us is relationships. Why? Because we were never meant to live life alone. God created us to be dependent on Him and one another as we develop and grow in our faith.
Talk About It is back and the wait has been worth it. This week’s message is about sharing your faith and I share something I struggled with in the video so make sure you check it out.
Social media is a great way to stay connected to your community. You can find out when your favorite band is coming to town, decide what color the dress really is, and post your best selfie.
All leaders occassionally feel insecure. In this podcast, Pastor Craig will teach you how to lay down the person you think you are and understand the leader God has created you to be.
"I prayed and focused on what God wanted for my life. That’s when I found the Social Media Team. I directly impact people’s lives all over the world. I get to tell them God is for them, we are too, and we want them to be part of the LifeChurch.tv community."
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Communication is an important aspect every healthy relationship, including our relationship with God. The more we spend time with Him, the more we get to know Him and His love for us. This is why we pray – it’s our way of communicating with God.
Change is in the air. For much of the world, this change in the seasons marks the start of family fun and celebration. Many families are planning activities to keep their school-aged children occupied during the summer season. Other families are planning the next season of their lives, as they celebrate their “kids” who are graduating. And this coming Sunday, families from many countries will celebrate their mothers, mothers-in-law, and grandmothers for Mother’s Day.