Our Values

Life Experienced
    Without an authentic, growing, relationship with God there is no life.
    We strive to create an atmosphere that produces teachable hearts captivated by the things of God.

Life Encouraged
    God is greatly glorified when we love one another (check out the Relational Commitments of Lifepoint Church).
    We strive to find practical way to love each other and strengthen our faith.
    For this reason we emphasize individual and corporate Bible study and prayer, as well as participation in a discipleship group.

Life Extended
    God’s love for the world extends past our local church.
    We want to constantly be reaching across ethnic, racial, and cultural barriers to extend God’s compassion.

Life Expressed
    Our corporate worship gatherings are a vital way that we magnify the glory of God and express love to Him.

    It is our goal to worship Him completely with spirit, mind, will, emotions, and body. 

We Exist to Bring God Glory Through Lives TRANSFORMED

And you show that you are a letter from Christ delivered by us,
 written not with ink but with the Spirit of the living God,
not on tablets of stone but on tablets of human hearts.

2 Corinthians 3:3

Lives transformed by the power of God declare His glory and demonstrate His great love and care for us. In order to live this out we are committed to helping people experience God’s life, love, and liberty.

We do this by emphasizing:

Receiving eternal life

 - This life is received by believing in the finished work of Jesus on the cross. It is not deserved or earned.


Living a Jesus-centered life

 - This is done not by self-effort, but by relying on the power of the Holy Spirit at work within us.


Worshiping daily

 - Worship is love expressed and we encourage genuine daily expression of true worship that encompasses our “heart, mind, soul, and strength."


Loving sacrificially

 - Loving others just like Jesus loves us, when they least deserve it or expect it.


Walking in Freedom

 - Jesus came to set us free from sinful bondage, inner hurts and wounds, fear, worry, and insecurity.


Making disciples

 - Freedom flows out of relationship—relationship with Jesus and with others. We were not created to live in isolation but to experience the strength and encouragement that comes from sharing life together.


Seeing globally

 - Jesus told us to go to all nations. We must have eyes to see, hearts that care, and people who go.