HOPE LIVES HERE!

At Living Stones Church 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.

“Living Stones Church gives me a sense of belonging. Family. Safety. Honesty. Pastor Paul is a remarkable teacher. This church has been my rock through life’s hardest times. My long, challenging divorce, the loss of my son, so many things. But I feel like I am covered when I am in LSC. And I know I am loved and welcomed and prayed for.

I look forward to coming every Sunday.”

D.K.

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Article by: Hannah Miller, High School Youth Pastor It's no secret that I detest winter! I'm not joking; I hate winter. It's not just the cold either; it's the snow that I don't like. I could handle winter better if it were just cold and dry. Snow, however, makes...

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Store up treasures... in heaven where they will never lose their value and are safe from thieves. If your profits are in heaven your heart will be there too. (Matthew 6:19-21)

In my opinion, nothing is worthwhile; everything is futile. (Ecclesiastes 1:2)

Solomons kingdom, Israel, was in its golden age, but Solomon wanted the people to understand that success and prosperity dont last long. All human accomplishments will one day disappear, and we must keep this in mind to live wisely. If we dont, we will become either proud and self-sufficient when we succeed or sorely disappointed when we fail. Solomons goal was to show that earthly possessions and accomplishments are ultimately meaningless. Only the pursuit of God brings real satisfaction. We should honour God in all we say, think and do. (Life Application Study Bible)

#HeavenlyRiches #GloryToGod #HumbleYourself #LSCGroupHug

"Store up treasures... in heaven where they will never lose their value and are safe from thieves. If your profits are in heaven your heart will be there too." (Matthew 6:19-21)

"In my opinion, nothing is worthwhile; everything is futile." (Ecclesiastes 1:2)

"Solomon's kingdom, Israel, was in its golden age, but Solomon wanted the people to understand that success and prosperity don't last long. All human accomplishments will one day disappear, and we must keep this in mind to live wisely. If we don't, we will become either proud and self-sufficient when we succeed or sorely disappointed when we fail. Solomon's goal was to show that earthly possessions and accomplishments are ultimately meaningless. Only the pursuit of God brings real satisfaction. We should honour God in all we say, think and do." (Life Application Study Bible)

#HeavenlyRiches #GloryToGod #HumbleYourself #LSCGroupHug
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Chuck Colson, in his book, How Now Shall We Live, notes the disturbing realities that plague children who grow up without a father.

Crime and substance abuse are strongly linked to fatherless households. Statistics show that 60 percent of rapists grew up in fatherless homes, as did 72 percent of adolescent murderers and 70 percent of all long-term prison inmates. In fact, most of the social pathologies disrupting American life today can be traced to fatherlessness.

Good fathering is a critical element of a healthy society. Unfortunately, some today have experienced an abusive father, but that does not change the need for healthy fathering in our society. We are living in an age of emasculation. The need for strong but tender, loving fathers is often neglected as we live in an age of irresponsibility and self-fulfillment. What is true of biological fathers is equally true for spiritual fathers. One of the most profound discoveries I came to as a young pastor was that a pastor is a spiritual father. However, spiritual fathering is not only reserved for church leaders; the need for men of God to take on the responsibility to serve others in the church in a loving, nurturing, encouraging and instructive role has never been more significant. - Dr. Paul Vallee.

To read the written version of Pastor Pauls message, What Does it Mean to be a Father? click here: https://buff.ly/3nniECY

#DrPaulVallee #Fathers #SpiritualFathers #FathersDay #HopeLivesHere #LSCGroupHug

"Chuck Colson, in his book, "How Now Shall We Live, notes the disturbing realities that plague children who grow up without a father.

'Crime and substance abuse are strongly linked to fatherless households. Statistics show that 60 percent of rapists grew up in fatherless homes, as did 72 percent of adolescent murderers and 70 percent of all long-term prison inmates. In fact, most of the social pathologies disrupting American life today can be traced to fatherlessness.'

Good fathering is a critical element of a healthy society. Unfortunately, some today have experienced an abusive father, but that does not change the need for healthy fathering in our society. We are living in an age of emasculation. The need for strong but tender, loving fathers is often neglected as we live in an age of irresponsibility and self-fulfillment. What is true of biological fathers is equally true for spiritual fathers. One of the most profound discoveries I came to as a young pastor was that 'a pastor is a spiritual father.' However, spiritual fathering is not only reserved for church leaders; the need for men of God to take on the responsibility to serve others in the church in a loving, nurturing, encouraging and instructive role has never been more significant." - Dr. Paul Vallee.

To read the written version of Pastor Paul's message, "What Does it Mean to be a Father?" click here: buff.ly/3nniECY

#DrPaulVallee #Fathers #SpiritualFathers #FathersDay #HopeLivesHere #LSCGroupHug
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