Lake City is an opportunity to experience & express the fullness of Christ, as you explore your purpose & potential.
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 believers privilege.
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When Jesus was baptized by John, the Holy Spirit descended like a dove and the Father said, “This is my beloved son, in whom I am well pleased.” Have you ever noticed the 1st thing the devil attacked when Jesus went to the wilderness, after this? His identity! He said, “If you really are the Read more about Lessons From a Life of Faith[…]
2020 is packed with potential and promise. But it can turn out to be, “just another year.” But, Pastor Gary Craft explains how applying principles from Abraham’s 25 year-long epic journey can help you keep that from happening.
The end of the year is a great time to reflect on the good and, yes, even the bad. But, how do you get over the bad? How do you overcome the baggage from it that tries to follow you – like unforgiveness? Pastor Seth Henegar explains how.
As we wrap up our Christmas series, Pastor Gary Craft asks the question, “Who is on your throne?” In Jesus’ early days, it was Herod. But, the wise men knew who the true King was.
Have you ever really learned the lesson of , “you can’t judge a book by its cover?” That’s what we find when Father God chose to spread the word of Jesus birth through shepherds – common, ordinary, lowly people. Pastor Gary Craft explains that the activity of heaven brings peace on Earth, but appearances can Read more about Christmas in Their Shoes, Pt. 3[…]
It was not a very convenient time to have to travel to Jeruslem for the census. Mary was pregnant, it was a long journey & there was no place to stay. Circumstances pushed Joseph right to where God wanted him. Pastor Gary Craft explains that God’s plans aren’t always convenient, but they’re always best, and Read more about Christmas in Their Shoes, Pt. 2[…]
Could you imagine actually being one of the real Christmas story characters? Pastor Gary Craft takes you through some of the roles, letting you see the story through their eyes, during this sermon series. Today, he explores the differences between Zechariah & Mary’s responses to the great news delivered by angels to them & how Read more about Christmas in Their Shoes[…]
The ultimate celbration is talked about in the book of Revelation – the marriage supper of the Lamb. But, to attend that celebration, you have to RSVP. Listen as Pastor Gary Craft explains.
On this, the 3rd week of our message series, Pastor Gary Craft explains that God’s goodness & mercy are worth celebrating. We pray that you’re touched by the message. Thanks for checking out Lake City!
One of the most amazing things about our God is that He knew us – every action, every word, every thought, every misake – before He called us His, yet He still did it! He rejoices over us. Let Pastor Gary Craft tell you why.
Of all the people in the world, as believers we have a reason to celebrate! Pastor Gary Craft explains that church should be a celebration, not a dreaded doctor’s visit. We should be the most joyful people in the world! The question is when, why and what do we celebrate?
We were so honored to have the ladies of Teen Challenge of Alabama with us. They shared their powerful testimonies. There is no doubt that Jesus is living big on the inside of them.
We can never experience the fullness of Jesus, like He has ordained and bought for us with His blood, without relationships within the body of Christ. To do that takes walking in humility and mutual love. But, there’s one more element that’s really important for the Church to experience and express His fullness in our Read more about The Power of One, Pt. 3[…]