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Creating a Culture of Invitation

By Blog Post, community, Evangelism, Faith
  ‘Would you like to come to my church on Sunday?’ ‘No, thanks though.’ ‘Would you like to come to my church on Sunday?’ ‘Yes please!’ No one died. No one fell out with each other. No one was offended. Someone could find life. You will hear contrasting views when you look at the subject of how people come to faith in Jesus. Some will champion ‘Friendship Evangelism’ and ‘Being...
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Life Church Online – Sunday 22 March 2020

By community, Life Church Online, Life Online 'Live' Sundays, Multi Site
SUNDAY 22 MARCH Hi. Thank you to those joining us online during these unprecedented times. We are eager to continue to worship together, and learn from the Bible regularly so we have prepared the following material for those who are part of Life Church. Our desire is to be together, so do consider joining us live on Facebook for a Watch Party, during which we will enjoy the following content...
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Emotional Intelligence

By Church Life, community, Mental Health
by Taylor Reid Emotional intelligence is the art of understanding, processing and managing our moods and feelings. It's also proven to ward of mental health issues. This practice is the key part of staying on top of the strains and sentiments of everyday life, and taking care of our minds. Mental health problems hit headlines every day. 1 in 4 people are said to be suffering, which means we need...
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Family Breakdown to Family Breakthrough!

By Church Life, community, Parenthood
by Viv Grey When we think about the term “single parent” many negative connotations come to mind, which is so so sad. Why is that?  When I see single parents, and now because I  am one, I see them as courageous men and women who are shouldering the parental responsibilities of their families mostly alone, as well as the emotional impact that comes with that, for themselves and their children. Presently there are two million single-parent...
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Radical Forgiveness

By community
by Alissa Hankin 'You're not good for me.' I’ve observed a trending concept that is, if someone is rude to you, mean to you, disappoints you, or fails you, then they aren’t good for you. And because you don’t need them, and because they aren’t “serving you”, then you can and should block them out of your life. Whether it be parent, child, spouse, church leader, or friend. We can...
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By community, Multi Site, One Church
by Jon Lawn Only three months...? Three months on from sending out our Lordshill site and I’m reflecting on the journey we’ve been on, whilst considering what we focus on going forward. “Has it only been three months?” I ask myself; it seems like forever! This has to be testament in part to the huge effort and commitment of all at Life Church to see this endeavour succeed. God’s grace...
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