Welcome, we’re so glad you stopped by! The Lifewater family is in a season of transition. After 9 years of worshipping in a local school, we have purchased our 1st permanent home and are in the process of renovating it – we are beyond excited! Due to the renovation, we are still gathering online as we embark on this new adventure. Our desire is to be in our new space sometime around Thanksgiving. We look forward to worshipping with all of you in person soon, but until then, we invite you to look around. Check out who we are and what we believe. We would love for you to go to our resource page and join us for Sunday worship each morning. We can’t wait to meet you and to partner with you in helping build the Kingdom of God here in the Bossier area. Another way to stay connected is through our Facebook page. We will update it regularly, so please check back often for the latest information. 

 

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The Gospel

The Gospel

In very simple terms, the Gospel is the Good News that God himself has come to rescue and redeem all of creation, in and through the work of Jesus Christ!

We believe the glory of God is seen most clearly in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The Gospel is the good news of what God has graciously accomplished for sinners through the sinless life, sacrificial death, and bodily resurrection of his Son, our Savior, Jesus Christ, namely our forgiveness from sin and complete justification before God; this gospel is also the foundation for our confidence in the ultimate triumph of God’s kingdom and the consummation of His purpose for all creation in the new heavens and new earth. This Gospel is centered in Christ, is the foundation for the life of the Church, and is our only hope for eternal life; this Gospel is not proclaimed if Christ’s death and bodily resurrection are not central to our message. This Gospel is not only the means by which people are saved, but also the truth and power by which people are sanctified; it is the truth of the Gospel that enables us to do what is pleasing to God genuinely and joyfully and to grow in progressive conformity to the image of Christ. The salvation offered in this gospel message is received by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone; no ordinance, ritual, work, or any other activity on the part of man is required in order to be saved. (Mark 1:1; Luke 24:46–47; John 3:16–18; Romans 1:16–17; Romans 1:18–25; 1 Corinthians 1:18–25; 2:2; 15:1–4; 2 Corinthians 4:1–6;9:13; Galatians 1:6–9; Ephesians 1:7–10; Colossians 1:19–20; 2 Timothy 1:8–14; 2 Peter 3:11–13; Jude 1:3–4)