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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Who We Are

Who We Are

Who we are in light of who God is and what God has done in Christ

Jesus commands us to make disciples everywhere we go, baptizing them in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit and teaching them to obey everything He commanded (Great Commission – Matthew 28:19-20). Baptizing people in the name of Jesus is about establishing them in their new Trinitarian identity.  As a result of this new identity:

1) God is our Father, and we are His family

2) Jesus is our Lord, and we are His servants

3) The Holy Spirit is our Guide and Sender, and we are His missionaries


The Church... is God’s family of missionary servants, sent as disciples of Jesus who make disciples of Jesus.

                                  LW Triangle Website 2

FAMILY - We are children of God who care for each other as a family. We are God’s chosen people—His family—set apart to live in such a way that the world would know what He is like. Through faith in Jesus we believe we are children of God and brothers and sisters with one another. As God’s family we see it as our obligation to care personally for the needs of one another, both physically and spiritually. We disciple, nurture, and hold each other accountable to a Gospel centered life. We do this through regularly gathering together for celebration, consistent involvement in a Missional Community, and loving others as the Father loved us. (Genesis 12:1–3; John 1:12–13; Romans 12:10–16; 1 John 4:7–21)

SERVANTS - We are servants of Jesus who serve Him by serving others. Fully God–fully human, Jesus took on the posture of a servant. He gave His life, even unto death, so others could experience salvation, peace, and restoration. Jesus said, “I am among you as one who serves. . . .” All those who follow Jesus are called to serve in the same humility. For us this means joyfully submitting to Jesus as Lord, to the leaders He has placed over us, and to one another as we also serve whomever God brings into our lives. Our desire is to do whatever He leads us to do, whenever He tells us, and wherever He wants us to do it. (Matthew 20:25–28; 25:31–46; John 13:1–17; Philippians 2:5–11; 1 Peter 2:16)

MISSIONARIES - We are sent ones empowered by the Spirit to share and show Jesus to others. God sent Jesus to the earth in human form to live as the true image of God in our world. He worked, ate, and interacted among the people, living in such a way that those around him could see and experience what God was truly like. Jesus was filled with and led by the Holy Spirit to proclaim the good news of God with power and bring healing, freedom, and new life to those he served. Then, after dying on the cross for our sins, the Spirit of God raised Jesus from the dead. Jesus promised the same Spirit would give us power to do the same things Jesus did. All those who belong to God have the same Spirit and are missionaries sent and empowered by God’s Spirit to proclaim Jesus and show what God is like in daily life. (John 1:14; 14:12–27;15:26–27; 16:7–15; 20:21; Acts 1:8; Colossians 1:27–29; 2 Corinthians 5:16–21)