Do you want to experience more of God’s love?

Do you want to be a more loving person?

Do you want to know how you can make progress being more caring to those people who bug you the most?

We explore how the central biblical themes of love and joy are also wired into our brains.

What does this mean for us as we are living our eternal life now?

 

Joy…

“Sticky” Love…

Identity…

Character-building…

Come and explore!

Dana Hanson is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Be Your Best True Self: Wired for Transformation

Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/7536741239

Meeting ID: 753 674 1239

Phone only: Dial this number and follow instructions.
+1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose)

Session One Notes

Session Two Notes

Session Three Notes

 Click here  to sign up for the Northridge Prayer Team

Click here  for the prayer resources

You may also donate masks or make masks for the hospital.

The hospital requests that people don’t just show up, so we will deliver them for you. Just bring them to Lifehouse Church office, 10-12 M-F.

Mike and Debee Jusko also announced our “Meals of Love” Outreach. At the hospital there is no cafeteria open. Patients are receiving food, but staff has to wing it. Well not if we can help it!

We contacted the hospital and set up an arrangement where we can have fresh, wholesome and delicious meals delivered to be dispersed amongst the staff.

Each time we do this we will have 20-30 meals delivered that we have ordered from smaller local stand alone restaurants we frequent. This way we are showing love to them and to our hospital! A double win!

It’s about $200-$300 a time, so we will begin once a week and see where we go. Your donations will dictate how many times we can do this.

To donate, simply give online,

Click here 

and choose “Love Offering”. Or to send a check, make it out to “Lifehouse Church” and put “love offering” in the memo.

Thank you and God bless your generosity!

 

 

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We will serve a full Christmas dinner@ 2 p.m. on Tuesday, December 25th, Christmas Day.

There is a signup board for the meal@ LIFEhouse.

If you would like to serve, we will be preparing, beginning 10:30 a.m., serving@ 2, and cleaning up afterward.

Come to IMPACT on Wednesday Night, December 19@ 6 p.m. as we will put together decorations and place-settings.

We are collecting toiletries and new socks, along with clothing, outerwear and shoes in good condition. You can bring these to LIFEhouse on Sunday or during the week.

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Matthew 28
16 Then the eleven disciples left for Galilee, going to the mountain where Jesus had told them to go. 17 When they saw him, they worshiped him—but some of them doubted!

With some of the original disciples it starts with doubt. Can you imagine?

They have lived with Jesus 24 hours a day seven days a week for the last three years. They have witnessed everything. The miracles. God speaking directly from a great hole torn out of the atmosphere connecting heaven and earth. They have seen a man die and then three days later, the same man come back to life, leave the tomb, and keep on going.

Now this man, Jesus, is leaving them. He is entering into the heavens to rule the universe. But before he leaves, he is giving them a final word of encouragement.

They see him, and they can’t help but worship him. This is God himself who has come as Jesus. But, then we get this strange phrase.

“…but some of them doubted!”

Now, what is this doubt? Some versions of the Bible translate this “lingering doubts.” Well if this means I don’t know everything about Jesus and God the Father and the Holy Spirit and how they want the world to turn out, then count me in. This means God is different than anything in the created order. Fair enough. I don’t know everything there is to know about God. In fact, I never will. So, what does that mean when it comes to sharing what I do know with others? It means doubt is not a reason to keep silent.

Once I say, “I trust in God” or “Jesus is my Savior,” everything else I say or do afterward is a witness to my trust.

So, it is not a choice as, “Will I share about Jesus with those closest to me?” I am sharing what I think about Jesus by how I am living my life. It is not possible to not be a witness for Jesus once I say, “I believe.” The only remaining question is, what kind of witness am I?

 

My neighbor, those who are nearest me, can come from a variety of places. Likely this will be arenas of common focus.

Common Family- immediate household and extended family

Common Community- the neighborhood I live in

Common Interests- work, school, gym- anywhere that connects me to the same people on a regular basis

God shows up in a variety of ways in these venues…