We have small groups that meet in various homes in our area twice a month. These groups of 12 – 24 people allow us to develop closer relationships in a way that is not possible during the Sunday meeting. Belonging to a care group is a central part of church life at Living Faith. Through group studies, personal care, prayer, and fellowship, members give and receive love and support. Relationships are the backbone of our life together and Care Groups provide a setting for friendships to flourish. Care Groups meet two or three times a month in members’ homes for the purpose of fellowship, personal ministry, worship, and the study and application of God’s Word. These small groups allow us to build together and live out the “one another’s” of scripture beyond our Sunday meetings (John 15:12; Rom. 12:10, 16; Eph 5:19; Heb. 10:25; 1 Pet. 4:9). This involves not only prayer, counsel, and encouragement, but also helping one another with practical needs such as meals for a family with a newborn, serving during sicknesses or trials, as well as celebrating life’s milestones with one another.
The Youth Ministry of Living Faith Church exists to glorify and exalt God. The intent of all programs is to see the Gospel applied in the lives of our youth and to cultivate spiritual fruit that results in our youth who worship God, live in obedience to His Word and passionately proclaim the Gospel.
Parents have primary responsibility for the biblical training and discipleship of their children through the teenage years (Deut. 6:7, Eph. 6:4, Col. 3:21). They play an irreplaceable role in the forming of Christian character in the lives of their youth. Effective parenting guides youth beyond family into commitment, membership, service, and fruitful involvement in the local church.
The fundamental purpose of peer relationships for young people is the cultivation and enjoyment of biblical fellowship. This fellowship never replaces parents, however, but supports and affirms their primary role in influencing their kids. Wisdom, integrity and purity should characterize all peer relationships, especially those involving the opposite sex. We believe that God has ordained romance for those prepared for, and in pursuit of, marriage.
This fellowship never replaces parents, but supports and affirms their primary role in influencing their kids. We provide pastoral care and counseling for parents and their children, parent training seminars, Junior and Senior High monthly meetings, service and ministry opportunities, youth activities, and a yearly Youth Camp where our young people leave for a weekend of relevant teaching, worship, and fun activities. These years are filled with unique opportunities for parents and the church to inspire and equip the next generation for its role in God’s plan. These years need not be synonymous with the rebellion or unsupervised independence that is characteristic of our culture.
Through our partnership with Sovereign Grace Churches, we seek to spread the good news of the gospel around the world.
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