Life Church St. Louis is an Assembly of God church for all ages, races and nationalities located in Chesterfield, MO. We offer a balance of in-depth practical biblical teaching and an emphasis on the Holy Spirit's power to change lives. We invite you to be our guest in our Sunday service at 10 am.
Jesus came to set the captive free. Every person has chains that keep them from running the race of life to it's fullest. In this series, we learn how to break every chain of sin that holds you back from God's purpose for your life.
Prayer is not to be just a list of requests read off to God. The primary function of prayer is to build a relationship with God, to get to know Him and His will better. From an example of Abram, we learn principles of prayer as conversation, two-way communication. As you get to know God and His will better, you will see more and more of your requests answered.
In this series, we will learn why church is essential for each and every believer. We will explore God's plan for the church. Then, we will look at the benefits and responsibilities for believers in the church. Learn how to receive all the blessing that God has for you in His church, so that you can grow in being a blessing to others.
In this series, we will focus on Jesus as the prophesied Messiah. Our messages will look at both Old and New Testament teaching on Jesus as the Messiah. Learn how Jesus the Messiah can transform your life this Christmas season.
Today we are honoring Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. President Ronald Reagan designated the first National Sanctity of Human Life Sunday on January 22, 1984. The day was inaugurated to not honor, but draw attention to the evil Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion on demand on January 22, 1973. Today, January 22, 2017, we have had 44 years of legalized abortion in America. Over 59 million unborn babies have been murdered by abortion since 1973.
In our message series on Jesus, the Messiah, we looked at His birth, His miracles, His sacrificial death on the cross and His resurrection. But the story of Jesus the Messiah does not end there. Today, we’re going to talk about the Messiah’s Exaltation. Of all the aspects of the Messiah that we are talking about in this series, this one is probably the least known. However, it is one of the most important, as it speaks of what Jesus the Messiah is doing in the present.
Happy New Year! I’m excited about 2017 because I know that God has good things planned for us. God has good things planned for your walk with Him. He has good things planned for your family. And He has good things planned for our church. When you’re walking with God there is nothing to fear about the New Year. The New Year is a time to be thankful and to rejoice in a great tomorrow. God wants to give each one of us a new start, a fresh start in this New Year 2017. Let’s grab hold of what He has for us.