What we believe
That the Bible is the inspired word of the One true God; that Jesus is God-in-the -flesh; that man was cut off from God’s life by sin & needed a savior to recover; that Jesus lived & died to reconnect us; and that happens when we trust what he did to be effective for us, surrendering to Him as our Lord & Savior. We believe that we can personally experience the increasing fullness of God in our lives as we submit to His lordship & accept the empowerment of His Spirit promised to all who believe & receive; that the power of God’s Spirit makes supernatural abilities & miracles available to believers today; That we are responsible to share the good news of salvation and will give an account for the life lived on this earth- with eternal punishment awaiting those who refuse Christ & eternal fulfillment awaiting those who follow Him. We believe that Christ will rapture His church and physically return to rule & reign in a new heaven & earth, forever. We believe baptism is the public declaration commanded by Christ of a spiritual conversion, and holy communion is every believer's privilege.
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Prayer is so important. But, it should lead to action. In today’s message, Pastor Gary Craft talks about the importance of pushing through passivity in our lives. If you’d like to respond to the message, or reach out to us for any reason, please use this link: https://lakecityassembly.churchcenter.com/people/forms/162569
God loves us through tenderness, toughness, & truthfulness. Pastor Gary Craft explains how. If you’d like to respond to the message or reach out to us for any reason, please follow this link: https://lakecityassembly.churchcenter.com/people/forms/162569
Dad is important. Pastor Gary Craft explains just how important in today’s message. Give it a listen, and if you’d like to respond, share a comment, request prayer, or reach us for any other reason, please follow this link: https://lakecityassembly.churchcenter.com/people/forms/162569
On this Pentecost Sunday, it’s so important for us to open the door of our heart to what God wants to do in us. Pastor Gary explains how to do that. Get ready to receive what God has for you. And, if you’d like to reach us for any reason, please follow this link: https://lakecityassembly.churchcenter.com/people/forms/162569
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Joe McGee is a national speaker who is sharing with us today about the importance of family. His humor has a way of helping land the message in a special way. Listen for yourself and see. If you’d like to reach out to us to respond to the message, or for any other reason, please[…]
Words can be empty. But when they are spoken with purpose, they can hold some weight. It’s only then that they can become delcarations. And, they can make a huge impact in your spiritual walk with Christ. Associate/Youth Pastor Seth Henegar explains. If you’d like to respond to this message, or reach out to us[…]
If we’re not aware of the potential cost for saying yes to temptation, we’re almost certainly a sitting duck to fall. So, how do you handle temptation? And, why is it so costly? Pastor Gary Craft shares insight from the Bible on how we are supposed to deal with it. If you’d like to talk[…]
Today, we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ and all that it means to us as His followers. What does it mean to you? If you’d like to answer that question or reach out to us with a prayer request, or for any reason, please use this link: https://lakecityassembly.churchcenter.com/people/forms/162569
Forgiveness is a key, if not the key, for sustaining long-term, life-giving relationships. But, it’s something we all struggle with. Pastor Gary Craft explains just how important it should be in our lives.