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We come from all walks of life but we are all the same under one roof. It’s the people that make the church and it doesn’t matter who you are or what you do, you’re welcome here.

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FROM PASTOR PAUL

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We desire to help you walk in freedom in every area of your life. Free from the negative effects of future uncertainties, economic pressures, relational tensions, anxiety, worry, fear, and the like. Jesus’ story bears compelling witness to the fact the He has a purpose filled life for each one of us to live out fully and freely.

At Living Stones Church we provide many opportunities for you to discover the truth and learn practical skills that will help you to move towards a life of real and lasting freedom. Take the first step, reach out, and let us journey with you.

Being a part of the Body of Christ at LSC has been precious to me, and you reflect the love of Christ to everyone.

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“After you have suffered a little while, our God, who is full of kindness through Christ, will give you his eternal glory. He personally will come and pick you up, and set you firmly in place, and make you stronger than ever.” (1 Peter 5:10) “When we are suffering, we often feel as though our pain will never end. Peter gave these faithful Christians a wider perspective. In comparison with eternity, their suffering would last ‘only a while.’ Some of Peter’s readers would be strengthened and delivered in their lifetimes. Others would be released from their suffering through death. All of God’s faithful followers are assured of an eternal life with Christ where there will be no suffering (Revelation 21:4).” (Life Application Study Bible).On March 16, 2014, Pastor Paul shared a message, “Crisis Leading to Faith.” He quoted John Maxwell on pain and suffering: “We learn enough that it empowers us to change. We hurt enough that it motivates us to change. We grow enough that we are able to change.” Prayer is the first step away from the problem and the pain that ultimately brings us to surrender to Jesus. #YouGotThis #TheStruggleIsReal #JesusTakeTheWheel #SeekBeforeYouFreak #LSCGroupHug ...
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“Have you ever wondered what mental health recovery and resiliency looks like? In a world that craves the overnight fix, is recovery (or resiliency) even possible for the one thing you’ve been told will never go away?Recovery and resiliency is a process that explores a winding road rather than a linear path. Recovery and resiliency is often an unknown that includes utter dependence upon the Lord. But most importantly, this is a process filled with hope, building self-awareness, growing in resiliency, and learning that you are God’s cherished workmanship!” – Natalie FranksClick here to read the rest of Natalie’s article, “5 Landmarks for Mental Health Recovery & Resiliency” (Mental Health Grace Alliance): buff.ly/2V2X24f#MentalHealthGraceAlliance #MentalHealthMonday #HopeLivesHere #LSCGroupHug ...
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We want to connect with you! Use our online Connect Card (www.livingstones.ab.ca/connect) for more info, prayer requests, online giving or if you would like to start your journey with Jesus! Check out our digital bulletin to stay up to date with what's happening at LSC! www.livingstones.ab.ca/bulletin. ...
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Living Stones Church Red Deer
We want to connect with you! Use our online Connect Card (www.livingstones.ab.ca/connect) for more info, prayer requests, online giving or if you would like to start your journey with Jesus! Check out our digital bulletin to stay up to date with what's happening at LSC! www.livingstones.ab.ca/bulletin. ...
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