by Dan Lizdas, Council President Dear LCR members and friends, As the days are getting shorter (and cooler), it is hard to believe that we will be celebrating Thanksgiving in just a few short weeks. In this month’s council update, I will continue the “meet your council” section, by introducing two additional council members. I… Continue reading Council Update
Post by Pastor Dave The Fifth Petition – Forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sin against us. There may not be anything more important to building the kingdom of God than forgiveness. There are 613 laws in the Old Testament and we have broken all of them. Sin…destroys relationships …ruins community …puts… Continue reading The Lord’s Prayer
“God chose you to be able to help me.” That’s what Alfton Turner, LSG Specialized Foster Care Recruiter, said about our group’s presence in Albany, GA helping with the recovery effort following Hurricane Michael. She wrote, When the storm happened I was very overwhelmed because I did not know what I would do in regards… Continue reading God chose you to be able to help me.
I’m going to brag on God. Here’s what the Lord is doing in the lives of five young men between the ages of 18 and 25 who have been meeting at my home twice a month for the better part of two years. Andre, Greg, Cameron, Connor, and Matteus read the bible together, they pray… Continue reading Bragging on God
LCR sent John Osberg to Albany GA last week with a truck load of donations, and to scout out the situation. Here’s his report along with an invitation to join in our trip this Friday-Sunday (October 26-28). Adults can contact PastorStephen@LCRmarietta.org to get involved. – Pr. Stephen Hello all, I would like to… Continue reading Volunteers Needed: Hurricane Recovery in South Georgia
Post by Pastor Stephen In the Lord’s Prayer, Jesus teaches us how to pray. It’s a prayer that has given me words in many circumstances of life, words to talk with God, and words through which I begin to hear God’s voice speaking into my life. “Give us today our daily bread” invites us to… Continue reading Daily Bread for a Blind Man
The youth of LCR have planned and prepared to lead Sunday’s worship services over the past couple of months. They do this in the spirit of service, both to God and to the LCR community of worshipers. The youth wrote the prayers and picked the songs at our lock-in in August. The songs chosen are… Continue reading Youth Sunday