Our Purpose/Process of Ministry

Jesus gave us the command to go into the whole world and make disciples (Matthew 28:18-20). Most Christians can quote these verses, and know this is our primary task as a church. But how is this accomplished and what does a disciple look like?

In order to accomplish this commission, Life Connection Church, has adopted a simple church growth strategy. A simple church model takes the mission of the church and turns it into a process. Simply, our purpose and process is connecting people to God, each other and the world. We connect people to God through Worship (Sunday Morning Service), each other in fellowship (Wednesday Bible Study and connect groups), and in the world through service (ministries: ushering, prayer ministries, outreach ministries, etc).

What does it really mean to be a disciple? At LCC, a disciple is encouraged to give God three hours of his time a week to connect with God, His people, and His world. This priority influences one’s daily life with Jesus and ultimately transforms a person into His likeness. Making time count is important in a hurried world, and by spending purposeful time each week we will have more time to spend with our families, and evangelizing the world. Our primary place of discipleship is in the home, and the harvest field for souls is beyond the four walls of the church.