Politics can be controversal and in a time that puts such a huge emphasis on it we have to ask the question, “How does a Christian handle and relate to politics?”
How do we have relationships like Christ had relationships? How do we get away from the abuse and mistreatment that we experience in the world and respect others.
How can a Christian be different and still love and draw people to Christ? Especially in a culture that does not agree with its teaching. How do we draw the line?
We have been called to be distinct from the world, not to imitate or blend in. Is it possible for us to live within a culture and not adopt its worldviews and politics?
Our relationship to cultural issues define who we are. Should the church think about things the same way the world does? Do we have a different approach? Where do we get our cues?
We have a special Sunday each year where our congregation willingly enters into a covenant (a statement of belief & practice) with each other in lieu of membership.
Hypocrisy is something that as Christians we all want to avoid. How do we keep on the right track? How do we make sure that we live like Christ every day of every week?
Every year the prayer team at LifeSong Church challenges us to pray for the community. We were encouraged about the place, importance, and power of prayer.
How is God’s Kingdom different? What are some ways we can distinguish ourselves from the world around us? How do we re-orient our lives to be like Christ?