In this final message of the Compelled by Love series, we’ll highlight the importance of serving at our campuses out of love for God and love for others. We’ll discover how love for Jesus is what started the church and has been keeping it going ever since. Our ‘YES’ leads to God’s best!
Jesus had a lot of admirers when he was on earth and has even more today. There is a vast difference between being one of his admirers and one of his followers. Learn what this difference is and what impact it will have on your life and the lives of those you love.
Each Week of our Compelled by Love series, we are featuring volunteers who are truly Compelled by Love. Here's Balta's story of serving at Lifegate Midtown.
Simon Sinek, in his best selling book: “Start with Why” helps leaders and businesses improve what they do and how they do it. Unbeknownst to many, God in His best seller: The Bible explains why we exist and what will bring us the most peace, purpose in life. May I Have This Dance is an invitation to experience your why and explains how it can result in becoming a part of something much bigger than yourself. To view the clip that Pastor Les mentions, <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ytFB8TrkTo" target="_blank">click here</a>.
Each Week of our Compelled by Love series, we are featuring volunteers who are truly Compelled by Love. Here's Deb's story of serving at Lifegate Papillion.
Are you committed to a Church? This question bumps a lot of people for a lot of reasons. We’d like to think we can be a committed follower of Jesus but not have to have any particular commitment to any particular Church but, is this true? Consumers to Contributors will help each person answer the WHAT question: What am I supposed to do now that I’ve decided to follow Jesus?
Each Week of our Compelled by Love series, we are featuring volunteers who are truly Compelled by Love. Here's Phil's story of serving at Lifegate West Dodge.
As we wrap up our series, “Compelled by Love,” you will be challenged to use your God given gifts and “get in the game,” at your campus. And it all starts with saying, "Yes!”