Sunday’s Tweetables – We Are the Church, Week 2: The Right Fatigue

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Jesus cares more about heart transformation than behavior modification.

Inactivity leads to fatigue, which leads to inactivity.

If we are to be the Church, we need to show compassion like Jesus did to the world around us.

You don’t debate people into a relationship with Jesus; you love them into a relationship with Him.

How would it change our community if we were really active in loving people right where they are?

As we create capacity for more people, more people will come.

When we become inactive, it becomes about us.

Show compassion; create capacity; obey the call.

Will you make space for Jesus in your boat?

We make time and room for what is important to us.

The things we get caught up in pale in comparison to the importance of eternity.

God is always urgently and passionately searching for those who are lost.

The answer to your prayer for the lost around is probably you.

Because He says so, I will.

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Sunday’s Tweetables: We Are the Church, Week 1 – Upside Down

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Sometimes we just need to get back to the basics.

We sometimes disregard the simple because we think it can’t be that easy.

Simple is not always easy.

We are unified because we’ve had an experience with the Gospel.

The witness of the Church can bring together a world divided.

The Gospel is the hope of the world.

The power of our witness is in our unity.

It’s about unity, not uniformity.

Uncommon prayer brings uncommon results.

Visible unity and uncommon Prayer have marked every great move of God in the history of the Church.

This is not about numbers and size; it’s about Jesus and reaching this region with His message.

Pray in a way that is uncommon for you and see what God will do.






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Sunday’s Tweetables – What is Worship/Why we Worship

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Yesterday we had the honor of hearing from our two Worship Pastors, Brandon Lake and Berchman Paul.  Here are some of the highlights:

We serve a God whose heart is wild for us – a Father excited to spend time with His children.

Worship is a lifestyle which demonstrates the posture of our hearts toward God.

Worship is not a weekly event, but a daily endeavor.

Give God everything from your ordinary to your extraordinary.

Worship is the greatest level of intimacy we can have with God.

Worship is the expression of respect and affection that keeps our intimacy with God high.

The chief end of man is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever.

We give what belongs to Him and He returns to us more than we could ask or imagine.

If I allow my situation to dictate my destination, I won’t end up where I want to be.

Worship allows our hearts to find out true North.

Your attitude determines your latitude.

Worship breaks chains, opens doors, and saves lives.

True worship means having my mind’s attention and my heart’s affection locked on Jesus.

The more we press in, the more we see breakthrough.

What goes up must come down.

When worship goes up, freedom comes down.





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Sunday’s Tweetables – Tanlines, Tailgating, and You – Week 5

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What an incredible Sunday we had as our Executive Pastor Jeremy Pickwell brought a message on Integrity.  Here are a few of the highlights:

Integrity looks good on you.

Integrity is that “special sauce” that allows you to go further, faster, and stronger.

Integrity is the key to unlocking the potential within you.

Integrity is truth.  Integrity is pure.  Integrity is whole.

What spills out when your cup gets bumped tells people what you’re full of.

If we do not have integrity, the weight of our lives will crush us.

Be you.  Be you in Christ.  Be you in grace.

There’s no better place from which to build a firm foundation than rock bottom.

Integrity is telling myself the truth; honesty is telling the truth to other people. – Spencer Johnson





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Sunday’s Tweetables – Tanlines, Tailgates, and You, Week 4

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Yesterday we had the honor of hearing from two of Lifepoint’s finest – Josh Lazar, our Fredericksburg Campus Pastor, and Michael Gregory, our Spotsylvania Campus Associate Pastor.  Here are a few of the highlights:

Perseverance looks good on you.

God uses our difficult situations to shape us for a greater reality.

Sometimes we allow our past experiences to shape what we believe about Jesus and His ability.

Mary and Martha couldn’t have known Jesus would move in the situation the way He did, until He did.

Some lessons from God can only be seen in the midst of difficult situations.

You may be just one step away from your Lazarus moment.

When what you think you believed about Jesus is shattered, He becomes so much greater.

Sometimes the only way we will see Jesus move in a miraculous way is through difficult situations.

Jesussteps into our difficult situations and walks with us through them.

We will never experience a breakthrough by backing off.

If you want peace, prepare for war.

Your next step is to take a step.

Don’t give up, because Jesus has never given up on you.

What is God saying to me today?

Faith isn’t built by miracles, but by simple endurance.








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Pastor Daniel is the Senior Pastor of Lifepoint Church located in Fredericksburg, Virginia. He and his wife Tammie have two beautiful children: Owen, age 7, and Faith, age 5. Since planting the church in 2005 with a group of 50 people, Lifepoint has seen over 2000 people place their faith in Jesus, and has grown to two locations with a third campus opening in summer of 2014.