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Weekly Opportunities

Sunday Mornings  We attend the 9 am service, and we believe that corporate worship is key for believers in Jesus Christ.  This is where we gather to worship God for all that He has done for us.  It is also where we heard God's word preached by our pastor, Mark Anderson.  Gathering for worship allows us to give back to God, and also allows us to receive the nourishment of God's word through preaching/teaching.  We then gather for LifeGroup in the youth room at 10:30.  This is where we join together as a smaller community of believers and we do life together in authentic relationships.  It is here that we have some fun, we pray and encourage one another, and where we grow in our faith through challenging Bible study.  Hebrews 10:24-25 applies here: "And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.'

Breakaway  This is our mid-week supper and bible study at Lynwood each Wednesday night!  Supper is FREE and begins at 5 pm and runs until 6 pm.  Bible study follows in room 201/207 from 6-7 pm.  Why the name "Breakaway"?  Good question.  We want students to be able to "breakaway" from campus, from studying, from the busyness of being a student, and come together for fellowship around a great meal...then experience a time of worship and Bible study.  This is a great opportunity to grow as a community and to be recharged in your faith.  Breakaway will start on 8/28!!

Connect Events  There will be many opportunities for students to connect with other students of the Exalt ministry, other students on campus, and members of Lynwood.  Our first Connect Event is Sept. 10th and is The Amazing Race (SEMO style) and is part of SEMO's Engage 8!  Click here for a list of Connect Events!

Focus  This will take place at various times throughout the semester...September 25th, October 30th, and November 20th and will take place during Breakaway.  We will fast during the day, look forward to gathering together for a meal that evening, and then spend time in worship and prayer.  Our prayer is that this will spark a time or spiritual renewal and focus on those that need the gospel.  We want this time to expand our focus to things such as human trafficking, mission opportunities, and more!

Service  We believe that serving others is vital to the life of the believer.  Jesus told us to love others as ourselves.  This semester we will work with the International Crisis Aid and Feed My Starving Children to name a few.

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  • Sunday Rewind 10.14.13

    Sunday’s lesson we looked at Daniel 3 and discussed Idols, trials, and Faith: We discussed how Daniel and his 3 friends Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego stood out on faith when tested to worship the golden image that Nebuchadnezzar set up. They did not even compromise one bit. Then they are accused of many things but these men still demonstrated courage and faith because they knew God would deliver them ( Daniel 3:12).

  • Sunday Rewind

    Our latest lesson looked at "The Great Commission Lifestyle" and we looked at 5 keys: 1) A Right Understanding of the Gospel (think of the gospel as God, Man, Christ, Response) 2) Loving God and Loving Others 3) Abiding in Christ 4) Intentional Living 5) Investing Truth and Life in the Context of a Relationship These 5 keys to a Great Commission Lifestyle do not stand alone, but rather, they build on each other. Having a right understanding/appreciation of the gospel leads to us loving God more,...

  • Sunday Rewind

    Gang, Paul gives us a great picture of what discipleship looks like in 1 Thessalonians.  Remember that the Great Commission is what we are to be about, and Paul gives us insight into what this looks like. Remember, you can read about the church in Thessalonica in Acts 17.  Paul and others were there a short time and some Jews, Gentiles, and women came to Christ.  And Paul tells us in 1 Thess. 2 that they were like a mother and a father to them.  Paul could have asked for supp...

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