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Sunday Life Pointe Talk Soup

  • What a great day at the theater!  Life Pointe rocked this morning.
  • The band really gelled, although there were a few issues in the 8:30 AM and 9:45 AM.  The 11:00 service came together the best.
  • Jesse was on the guitar and sang lead, Luis was on the keys and sang back up, Mike B was on the drums, I played the bass guitar, and Zech’s brother played lead on the electric guitar.  Reina, Julie, and Nyrian sang back up vocals, but Reina led one of the songs.  I look forward to Billy Barue returning from hiatus.
  • The song list today was outstanding.  I liked the rock influence!  We sang “Holy Is the Lord” with total funk rock twist, “Better Days”, “Hosanna” led by Reina, and the “New Doxology”.  The Doxology was driving yet very worshipful.  Hosanna was beautifully soulful and moving.
  • Pastor Trav‘s Art of War series continued as he spoke on rest and work.  He stated that you cannot truly enjoy leisure if you do not work, and you cannot enjoy your the fruit of your work without leisure.
  • The next two messages in the series will be “Deeply Invade Enemy Territory” on October 26 and then “Divide and Conquer” on November 2.

For other views on this morning at LPC, visit:

Billy’s Sunday Muddle

Chris Day‘s Sunday Life Pointe Tossed Salad (coming soon)

Trav‘s Sunday Wrap (coming soon)

Ritz‘s Goosfaba (coming soon)

Kelly‘s Chick Kabob (coming soon)


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Sunday Life Pointe Talk Soup

This will be a quick report today.

This morning, Sun Tzu’s Art of War provided the context of the message.  The intro video was so well produced.  The little secret is that Ritz Crackah provided the voice over.  Excellet work, Ritz.

The music was killer this morning.  Alex was on the drums, Zech’s brother on the lead guitar, I played bass, Jesse led from the accoustic guitar.  It was a rock and roll Sunday morning!  We started with Switchfoot’s Dare You to Move, then Friend of God totally rock/grunge style.  Next, Salvation is Here, then for communion Mike led Everything.  It was incredible.  Other than a couple of hiccups in the first service, everything went very smoothly.

The message spoke about alliances and Trav gave a nice little story about our childhood, even though he embellished a bit.  It was still funny.  The alliances you make determine your direction.  We are not to be unequally yoked.

For another perspective on this morning, be sure to visit:

Chris Day’s Sunday Tossed Salad

Jesse From The Stage


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