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Six Ways to Wreck Your Life

From individual choices to addictions to simply doing nothing - it's all too easy to wreck your life. Learn from leaders who care enough to dive into these difficult topics in the hope that you will have a life that is whole.

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Presbytery 2017

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1 part series / October 15, 2017 - October 15, 2017

Presbytery is a high point of our year when trusted guests are invited to prophesy over leaders, staff and our congregation. A special thank you to our 2017 Presbyters: Pastor Tom Lane, Pastor Lee Cummings and Pastor Ed Ivie. These presbytery services are a great time of celebrating how God sees people we know and serve alongside.

Words In Season - Presbytery 2017

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11 part series / October 14, 2017 - October 17, 2017

Words in Season are prophetic words spoken to people attending our Presbytery Services.

Candidates - Presbytery 2017

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23 part series / October 13, 2017 - October 17, 2017

Prophetic words spoken over candidates selected by Lifegate leadership.

Six Ways to Wreck Your Life

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5 part series / September 10, 2017

From individual choices to addictions to simply doing nothing - it's all too easy to wreck your life. Learn from leaders who care enough to dive into these difficult topics in the hope that you will have a life that is whole.

Compelled by Love to Invite

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5 part series / August 27, 2017 - September 3, 2017

Mindful Life

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3 part series / August 6, 2017 - August 20, 2017

Mindfulness has become an over ONE BILLION dollar a year business with over 1000 apps generating 30 million dollars and downloaded over 6 million times. Those are daunting figures. Is mindfulness a fad or for real? Is helpful to a follower of Jesus or hurtful? These questions and others will be covered in this kick off message of Mindful Living.

YHWH

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5 part series / July 2, 2017 - July 30, 2017

Did you know God has a name? Most of us call Him God, or Lord, or something else pretty general. But God actually has a name and He wants us to know it so we can relate to Him for who He truly is. We'll be kicking off a series that will help us learn the name of God, and hopefully deepen our understanding and intimacy with Him.

30 Years of Influence with Pastor Les & Kris

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2 part series / June 4, 2017 - June 4, 2017

This week we celebrate Pastor Les and Kris as they’ve blessed Lifegate with their influence and leadership for the past 30 years. Guest Speaker, Pastor Tom Lane from Gateway Church, visits and expresses how Pastor Les and Kris are such great examples of faithfulness. Join us and take a closer look how God is faithful, people who love God are faithful and how faithfulness comes with rewards.

For the Win

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5 part series / May 21, 2017 - June 25, 2017

Discover simple truths in the most common but important areas of your life, that can impact you for the win. God’s Word is tailor made to set you up FTW

Love Can

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4 part series / April 23, 2017 - May 14, 2017

As Christians, love not only CAN define us, it SHOULD define us! Once you have experienced first-hand the incredible, powerful, unconditional love of God, you can’t contain it to yourself. You’re compelled to “go public!”

Easter 2017

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1 part series / April 16, 2017 - April 16, 2017

Our world is a mess. Programs, politicians and power can’t solve our problems or bring us peace but LOVE CAN. It may sound simplistic, but it’s true. Whether in our world, or in your life, Love Can. The reason Love Can? The reason it’s not just a theory? It’s because on Easter over 2,000 years ago, LOVE DID.

Palm Sunday

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1 part series / April 9, 2017 - April 9, 2017

When you hear the phrase, “they’ve lived a sheltered life” does it have a positive impression on you? Not in our culture. It implies being pampered or spoiled. The drama of Jesus entering Jerusalem on his way to His eventual crucifixion is commonly called, “the Triumphant Entry” but many miss the fact that Jesus was sobbing as he road in to the city, not over his death but because of deep love for the people then and the people of our day who miss his offer of shelter from the a life filled with loss, guilt and despair. But, the offer still stands and we can still experience a life in the shelter of God’s love, if we choose.

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