WE’RE SO GLAD YOU’RE HERE! This is where you will be able to find so many resources from the LBCF community. We’ll have our Sermons posted here, reading resources that have been created or curated by the LBCF staff and leadership, as well as essential resources to engage in more meaningful ways.
Barbara Sunofsky. Please enjoy this week’s message on learning to live and love like Jesus as we explore the book of Daniel.
Brandon Cook. Please enjoy this week’s message on learning to live and love like Jesus as we study the book of Isaiah.
Brandon Cook, Bill and Susan Goodman, Barb Sunofsky, Jaci Anderson. The Hebrew concept of time means that are future and where we are heading is deeply connected to our past and where we’ve been. In this Vision Sunday message, we explore the sound of LBCF’s heartbeat over the last 35 years: our heart for community, our heart for the city, our heart of love and sacrifice. And we dream together about what might be because of what has been.
Isaiah 43:18-21, Jeremiah 29:4-7, Isaiah 2:2-4
Jaci Anderson. What can we learn from the Hebrew experience about how to live in exile from Christendom? Exile provides a season of reorientation to mission Dei. We learn that exiles: grieve, tell their most dangerous story, resist empire, make radical promises to empire, and sing dangerous songs. In response, to a broken world, we declare: here am I, send me.
Brandon Cook. The prophets were radically called by God and set apart to speak truth to power. But God’s continuing work, by His Spirit, is to call each of us out, to fulfill plans and purposes in His Kingdom. In this message, we explore how we can follow the Biblical pattern of saying “Here I am” as God calls us and invites us into His story.
Jeremiah 31:3-10, 31-34
Brandon Cook. In the midst of exile, God, through Jeremiah, calls the people to imagine a day of freedom. In this message, we explore the importance of dreaming and of prophetic imagination for living in the here and now with vibrance, abundance, and spiritual power.
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