Articles & Weekly Discussion Questions
Weekly Discussion Questions- Sept 24th
by Jason Heffren

Read Philippians 2:5-8- As a man Jesus was the supreme example of humility.

 

 


 

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Adult & Youth Community Learning At Home- Sept 24th
by Elisabeth Heffren

This week's scripture was Philippians 2:3. Selfish ambition looks to be first and get ahead of everyone else, to be number one. Conceit thinks that is it better than everyone else or at least more important. Conceit will look to have its need taken care of first and demand that all the attention be focused on itself. Humility puts others needs above its own and seeks to serve each other.

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Family Community Learning at Home- Sept 24th
by ElisabethHeffren

Continuing The Learning At Home With Your Family

This week's scripture was Philippians 2:3. Selfish ambition looks to be first and get ahead of everyone else, to be number one. Conceit thinks that is it better than everyone else or at least more important. Conceit will look to have its need taken care of first and demand that all the attention be focused on itself. Humility puts others needs above its own and seeks to serve each other.

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Discussion Questions: Aug 27th
by Jeremy Males
Adult & Youth Community Learning At Home: Aug 27th
by Elisabeth Heffren
Family Community Learning At Home: Aug 27th
by Elisabeth Heffren
Adult & Youth Community Learning At Home: June 25th
by Elisabeth Heffren

This week our scripture was 1 Corinthians 12:21-26. Together we explored what it means to be part of the Body of Christ.

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Family Community Learning At Home: June 25th
by Elisabeth Heffren

This week our scripture was 1 Corinthians 12:21-26. Together we explored what it means to be part of the Body of Christ.

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Discussion Questions: June 11th Service
by Cathi Kennelly
God had another plan this past sunday in our service and He showed up and spoke in some amazing ways to people.  As a result we didn't get to have our group discussion.  Here are the questions from last Sunday for you to think about at home: full story
Adult & Youth Community Learning At Home: June 11th
by Elisabeth Heffren
This week our scripture was Romans 14:13. Together we explored what it means to not judge the way others choose to honour God in their lives.

 

 

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Family Community Learning At Home: June 11th
by Elisabeth Heffren

 

This week our scripture was Romans 14:13. Together we explored what it means to not judge the way others choose to honour God in their lives. This week, take some time to explore with your kids some of the different ways christians practise their faith.

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Adult & Youth Community Learning At Home: April 23
by Elisabeth Heffren

This week our scripture was Galatians 5:13-15. Together we learned about what it means to be of one mind with those around us. Here are some ideas of things you can do this week to continue the learning at home.

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Family Community Learning At Home: April 23
by Eilsabeth Heffren

This week our scripture was Galatians 5:13-15. Together we learned about what it means to be free to serve, to love one other the way we love ourselves and to be careful with our words. Here are some ideas of things you can do with your kids this week to continue the learning at home.

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Adult & Youth Community Learning At Home: Mar 26th
by Elisabeth Heffren
This week our scripture was Romans 12:16. Together we learned about what it means to be of one mind with those around us. Here are some ideas of things you can do this week to continue the learning at home. full story
Family Community Learning At Home: Mar 26th
by Elisabeth Heffren
This week our scripture was Romans 12:16. Together we learned about what it means to be of one mind with those around us. Another verse that can help with this concept for your kids is Psalm 133:1: "How good and how pleasant it is when brothers dwell together in unity". Here are some ideas of things you can do with your kids this week to continue the learning at home. full story
Discussion Questions Mar 26th- Romans 12:16
by Jeremy Males
This week we looked at Rom 12:16 and considered what it looks like to live in harmony with one another.  Here are the discussion questions: full story
COMMUNITY LEARNING AT HOME: Mar 12th
by Elisabeth Heffren

Continuing The Learning At Home With Your Family

March 12, 2017

This week our scripture was Romans 12:10-13. Together we learned about what it means to love and honour each other. Here are some ideas of things you can do with your kids this week to continue the learning at home.

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Study Notes: Mar 12th Service
by Phil Thornley
We as the church body are a family and we need to view this passage and our lives in the context of family relationships.  Here are some study notes and questions from the passage we look at on March 12 pertaining to Romans 12:10.  Prayerfully read and reflect on the passages and notes here. continued...
COMMUNITY LEARNING AT HOME: Feb 26th
by Elisabeth Heffren
Continuing The Learning At Home With Your Family

This week our scripture was John 13:31-35. We looked at what it means to love one another and to love our neighbour. Here are some ideas of things you can do this week to continue the learning at home. 

 

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Discussion Questions: Feb 26th
by Jeremy Males

Over the coming months, we will be looking together at the "one another" statements in scripture.  Here is the first set of questions pertaining the the first "one another" we will look at.

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Transformational Values in Living the Kingdom
by KK

Key Kingdom Values That are necessary to Tranform a Family, Church, City or Nation

  • LOVE IS NOT NEGOTIABLE – God is building His family
  • Quitting is not an option
  • Unity is not an option - the power of corporate Unity – Consequence of division
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Money and Ministry
by by Asher Intrater (Via Francis Frangipane)

The relationship between money and ministry is very sensitive. Let's look at a few issues:

Lordship
We never do anything in the ministry for the sake of getting money. Yeshua said, "You cannot serve God and Mammon" – Matthew 6:24. Of course we need money for the work of the Lord, and God knows that. He will provide. We are never to worry (Matthew 6:25). Yet the motives we have for serving the Lord are not to make a profit.

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Maturity and Multiplication

Jesus parable on the soil types and the harvest they produce, helps us to understand that maturity and multiplication are related.

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Memory Verse

Assurance of Forgiveness 1 John 1:9 "If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness." 1 John 1:9

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Christmas a Pagan Festival?

Many Christians today have begun to think that Christmas is a pagan festival that was adopted by the early church but is that true?

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Remembering our Troops - A Time To Pray

November 11th is a day that is well known to Canadians as time to be silent and to remember the fallen soldiers and the price that has been paid for our freedom.  .....A Call to Pray  I believe that it is time for Canadians to awaken to their call to be a praying Nation.  "O Canada, We stand on guard for thee".    How can we do this?  Here are some thoughts...

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Constantine

The following is a good teaching on Constantine and his effect on the Christian church in the year 300AD.

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Are you a Disciple or a Church Attender?
by Kevin Kennely

Fully devoted following of Christ is the only form of Christianity that Jesus himself approves of according to the Bible. The forgiveness and acceptance that come from believing in Jesus death, burial and resurrection are only the starting point for every Christian. Faith in Christ opens the door to a life long journey in an exciting relationship with Jesus and His disciples. Here is a great clip produced by one of the disciples at LCFI expressing the need for discipleship.

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The Simplicity of Jesus

In these days, there are many confusing voices out there, and many people gathering to themselves teachers who emphasizing many things.

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Full of Grace and Truth
by Kevin Kennely

I heard some testimonies recently of some young people who are taking their faith with them to their work places - sharing with other Christians and teaching them and while others are speaking to the bosses and work colleagues about challenging issues.

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A Vehicle for our Values
by Kevin Kennely
The Vehicle for our Values is the local assembly of believers which we refer to a New Testament Patterned Church.
A New Testament Patterned Church is a gathering of followers of Jesus Christ in a given locality, led by a team of mature leaders called elders, supported by servant leaders called deacons who together as one team are living out their covenantal relationship with one another in Christ to fulfill the mandate of Jesus in their region and the nations of the world.
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Local Church Meetings
by Kevin Kennely

Some of the characteristics of the NEW TESTAMENT church meetings we read about in the Book of Acts are that their meetings were...

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Praying From Your Position Not Your Condition
by Kevin Kennely

Having and seeing great answers to prayer has more to do with your postion than your condition. All of us have sinned and may actually do so again. All of us have times when we are discouraged, despondent, and depressed. Times when we don’t feel worthy before God.

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What We Believe

Statement of Faith

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Healthy Church
by Kevin Kennely

We can use the first century church as a biblical role model for church health. More specifically, healthy churches are most effective when the six purposes of Acts 2:42-47 are intentional, active and balanced. These 6 purposes are worship, discipleship, prayer, evangelism, fellowship, and ministry.

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On Becoming a Base Church
by Kevin Kennely
INGREDIENTS OF A BASE CHURCH (by Rob Rufus)
There are many outstanding churches in the New Testament, but one of the churches that particularly arrests our attention is the church at Antioch. I believe this is because it has the distinguishing characteristics of being a base church. This Antioch church seems to have affected the history of the world beyond any of the other churches of its time. What are the ingredients of a base church?
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