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TEAM NIGHT - DECEMBER 10, 2018

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LOVE AND LAUGHTER

The night was filled with festive fun as our featured comedian, Devin Hendersen, melted our faces. He made fun of every job, ministry, idea and role that any of us play in our lives. 

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DECEMBER 5-STAR HERO

LifePointe Team Nights are so much fun with people who are serious about changing the world!! Heroes are people who are helping people. Tonight our 5-STAR HERO is Michael and Amy Meadors.

Michael and Amy have supported the vision of LifePointe for many years now. They either have served or presently serve in the following areas:

  • Michael:  Group Host/Leader, Recovery Ministry, Ushers, Greeters, Ambassadors, and Grounds Team
  • Amy:  Group Host/Leader, KidsLife, Greeters, Ambassadors

LifePointe would not have become what it is without the HIGH investments in every area of our church. Here are a few reasons why:

  • They are Jesus Centered:  They receive the Word preached with hunger and joy. Their humility of heart and teachable spirit makes the fierce warriors. They anticipate Firepits and the work of the Holy Spirit there. 
  • They are Humility Driven:  They are low maintenance and high output members. They honor their leaders, offering great ideas and opinions, yet keeping grace as their prize. They give themselves to "mundane tasks (Rom 12:16)" and addict themselves to ministry.
  • They are Circle Makers:  They deflect all drama, refuse to gossip and bring honor to our church family by keeping their hearts focused on the mission of the church. Their service as Group Hosts, opening their home each week, has been the glue for so many attenders.
  • They Have a Heart for the House:  They have been through our 3-year capital campaigns, generously modeling a heart for the house. Their generosity to our guest speakers, missionaries, people in need and any projects has been extravagant. They prioritize every event at LifePointe; special guest speakers, prayer and fasting events, clean up work days, and special volunteer projects.
  • They are Hungry to Be the Best:  They are highly responsive, showing up early and leaving late, refusing both procrastination and perfectionism. 

We are pleased to honor them with the LifePointe 5-Star Trophy, and the Red Hero Cape!


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GREAT DAYS AND VISION

Pastor Patrick, Jason and Joyce continued to talk through the many upgrades we are experiencing in this season of ministry. 2017 really is the year that changes everything!

Below is a summary of ministry that was conferred upon our Directors. Be sure to congratulate these leaders and remember...2017 is the year that changes everything!

  • Teams Director:  Brian Burris has been serving for well over a year as our Teams Director, however, tonight Pastor laid hands on him to transfer the grace for this ministry. 
  • Administrative Assistant:  Rebecca Burris has also been serving for several years, being the center of all that LifePointe is. Pastor laid hands on her to confer the grace for her ministry.
  • Groups Director:  Amy Morbeck while new to LifePointe, is a veteran in Group ministry. We are excited to announce her as the new Groups Director. She will be working with each Group Host/Leader to help them rise in their potential and to multiply fruitfulness in their ministries. 

These next months are going to be amazing and we are so excited about what God is doing at LifePointe!


THANK YOU!!

A big THANK YOU to Rebecca Burris for setting up the table decorations and flow of food service for the evening. Your generosity and excellence inspires us all!

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TEAM NIGHT - SEPTEMBER 24, 2017

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GREAT DAYS AND VISION

Pastor Patrick and Jason talked through the many upgrades we are experiencing in this season of ministry. 2017 really is the year that changes everything!

Below is a summery of what happened. Be sure to congratulate these leaders and remember...2017 is the year that changes everything!

  • Executive & Youth Pastor:  Jason Regier is excited to bring leadership, coaching, and development to all our teams, groups, and culture of LifePointe as well as continue to lead our youth ministry.
  • Creative Director:  Christine Presley is excited to bring next level leadership to our Sunday production and creative teams.
  • Worship Leader:  Kyl Means is excited to recognize, create, and amplify a culture of worship unique to LifePointe.
  • Children's Coordinator:  Courtney Means is excited to help kids experience Jesus, connect with parents, and train leaders.
  • Leadership Director:  Joyce Hill is excited to partner with all our leaders and bring her incredible experience of leadership development into the culture of LP.

These next months are going to be amazing and we are so excited about what God is doing at LifePointe!

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SEPTEMBER 5-STAR HERO

LifePointe Team Nights are so much fun with people who are serious about changing the world!! Heroes are people who are helping people. Tonight our 5-STAR HERO is Paul and RuthAnn McAlister.

Paul and RuthAnn have embodied the heart and vision of LifePointe, and are the longest tenured members of the church. They served for years in our set-up and break-down teams for our portable church years. They presently serve, or has served, in the following areas:

  • Paul:  Worship Team, Audio Engineer Team, Group Host, Youth Ministry (lends cars out for Youth trips)
  • RuthAnn:  Youth Team, Group Host, Missions Trip Leader, Driver (to Youth events)

LifePointe would not have become what it is without the HIGH investments in every area of our church. Here are a few reasons why:

  • They are Jesus Centered:  They worship Jesus while serving and in service with heart and expression. They receive the Word preached with hunger and joy. They anticipate Firepits and the work of the Holy Spirit there. They participate in Workshops to further their knowledge of the Word.
  • They are Humility Driven:  They are low maintenance and high output members. They honor their leaders, offering great ideas and opinions, yet keeping grace as their prize. They give themselves to "mundane tasks (Rom 12:16)" and addict themselves to ministry.
  • They are Circle Makers:  They deflect all drama, refuse to gossip and bring honor to our church family by keeping their hearts focused on the mission of the church. Their service as Group Hosts, opening their home each week, has been the glue for so many attenders.
  • They Have a Heart for the House:  They have been through two 3-year capital campaigns, generously modeling a heart for the house. Their generosity to our guest speakers, missionaries, people in need and any projects has been extravagant. They prioritize every event at LifePointe; special guest speakers, prayer and fasting events, clean up work days, and special volunteer projects.
  • They are Hungry to Be the Best:  They are highly responsive, showing up early and leaving late, refusing both procrastination and perfectionism. 

We are pleased to honor them with the LifePointe 5-Star Trophy, and the Red Hero Cape!


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THE GAMES WE PLAY (AT TEAM NIGHT)

Each Team Night we have great food, team games, a vision message and role playing. Tonight our game was amazing. 


THANK YOU!

A big THANK YOU to Ramiro for an amazing feast of pulled pork BBQ sandwiches. THANK YOU to all our Servers who make each month happen with skill, class and excellence. Your generosity inspires us all!! [Ramiro is the one in the center with the British flag shirt... LOVE throw backs!]

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TEAM NIGHT - JULY 23, 2017

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WAYS TO LEAD OR INFLUENCE THE IMPACT OF A CHURCH

We had an amazing night of encouragement and vision from Bryan and Ashley Larson! They exhorted us on several principles of leading the LifePointe vision. You can watch the whole thing HERE.


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JULY 5-STAR HERO

LifePointe Team Nights are so much fun with people who are serious about changing the world!! Heroes are people who are helping people. Tonight our 5-STAR HERO is Evan McAlister.

Emac has served on Video, Lights and Audio Production Teams. He went to college to learn video production. While many of his colleagues chose to move to New York City or Hollywood for film making, Emac chose to come serve the vision of his church. He embodies the following codes, showing they way for how Kingdom life is done:

  • GARGANTOUSLY GENEROUS - Emac is one of the most generous people at LifePointe, especially for his season of life. Yet, his generosity has never created a territorial aggression. He embodies Jesus' statement, "Where your treasure is, there will be your heart also."
  • HONOR HELD - He holds the heart of LifePointe with care, protecting the family and leadership. He speaks UP to the right people and yet is flexible to wave the flag of unity. He refuses to absorb drama or discontentment, staying true to things that really matter.
  • PASSION POSSESSED - He has a passion for the House, preparing like each project or Sunday is the most important ever. He lives a God-Kingdom-First life. He is an owner of the vision. 
  • SERVANT LEADERSHIP - Emac serves knowing that humility leads the way to the greatest spiritual promotions. He is a servant of God before a specialist in the Kingdom. 

We are pleased to honor him with the LifePointe 5-Star Trophy, and the Red Hero Cape!


THE GAMES WE PLAY (AT TEAM NIGHT)

Each Team Night we have great food, team games, a vision message and role playing. Tonight our game was amazing. Way to go Evan NorrisJason Regier and Creative Team. You guys are amazing. Well done!!


THANK YOU!

A big THANK YOU to Jeff Berkenmeier for an amazing feast of pulled pork BBQ sandwiches and smoked wild turkey. THANK YOU to all our Servers who make each month happen with skill, class and excellence. Your generosity inspires us all!! 

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TEAM NIGHT - MAY 28, 2017

IT'S ALL ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS!!

Problem is that it’s real easy to work together, serve together, live in the same neighborhood together, even go to church together…but not do life together.

  • We could be serving together, but not doing life together.
  • Gather in the same place, but not actually doing life together 
  • Even be in the same small group, but not be doing life together
    • Fear
    • Busy
    • Past hurts
  • Problem is it's unhealthy for us AND our church.

 

Colossians 3:12-17

  • Intentional relationships = Life on purpose
  • Let’s not just serve together…let’s do life together.
    • Intentional relationships will build your teams and keep your teams healthy.
    • People don’t connect with process or programs…they connect to people.
    • We are building something together that we could never build on our own.

 

Practical ways…

  • Create margin (time) in your life. Relationships typically happen in the margins.
  • Be the person (friend) you want people to be to you
    • Be the friend you want others to be to you
    • Be the team member that you would want on your team
  • Invite someone to serve on your team
    • Best recruiting for your team is friend asking friends
    • Personal invite is still the greatest tool for church growth.
  • Look for the give and take. Great relationships have good give and take.
    • There are some that you will just serve
    • But every great relationship has a give and take
    • Example from neighborhood
  • Invite someone to coffee
  • Invite someone to lunch
  • Start a group text
  • Go to the park
  • Grill out
  • Be inclusive (not exclusive)
  • Be vulnerable
  • Be authentic
  • Communicate well
  • Encourage, encourage, encourage
  • Admit (own it) and apologize 
  • Have fun!

MAY 5-STAR HERO

LifePointe Team Nights are so much fun with people who are serious about changing the world!! Heroes are people who are helping people. Tonight our 5-STAR HERO is Ramiro Noboa.

Ramiro has served on Ushers, Video Tech Teams as well being the LifePointe Chef.  He embodies the following codes, showing they way for how Kingdom life is done:

  • HONOR HELD - He is servant-hearted. He looks for ways to bring value to anything we do as a church. His Chef work and food prep in service to our church is extraordinary. He even heard that our video team need volunteers and he signed up to fill the gaps.
  • AFFECTIONATELY ASSEMBLED & LOVE LED - He has a passion for the church family. When he sees pain or suffering within our church community he turns towards it, offering help.
  • GARGANTOUSLY GENEROUS - He is generous. For many of our events he has negotiating our food to be donated for the cause. 

We are pleased to honor him with the LifePointe 5-Star Trophy, and the Red Hero Cape!


THE GAMES WE PLAY (AT TEAM NIGHT)

Each Team Night we have great food, team games, a vision message and role playing. Tonight our game was amazing. Way to go Diz LibokmetoJason Regier and Creative Team. You guys are amazing. Well done!!


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THANK YOU!

A big THANK YOU to Ramiro for an amazing feast of pulled pork BBQ sandwiches. THANK YOU to all our Servers who make each month happen with skill, class and excellence. Your generosity inspires us all!! [Ramiro is the one in the center with the British flag shirt... LOVE throw backs!]

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TEAM NIGHT - APRIL 23, 2017

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CULTURE CODE (PIC OF ART WALL)

 

YOU

are the culture!

 

WE ARE…

  1. HONOR HELD
  2. PASSION POSSESSED
  3. PERSONAL PARADIGMED
  4. EXPERIENCE ENGAGED
  5. AFFECTIONALTEY ASSEMBLED
  6. FUNCTIONALLY FORMED
  7. FAITH FORWARD
  8. PROPHETICALLY POWERED
  9. MIRACLE MINDED
  10. TEAM TIGHT
  11. INVITE INCLINED
  12. GARGANTOUSLY GENEROUS
  13. WOW WOVEN
  14. ENTHUSIASTIC ENERGIZED
  15. RESPECTFULLY RESPONSIVE
  16. PEOPLE PRIORITIZED
  17. LOVE LED
  18. FAMILY FIXED
  19. EVANGELISM ELEVATED
  20. HERO HEARTED

 

THIS MONTH’S CODE:  PERSONAL PARADIGMED

  • We take IT personal 
  • Celebrations
  • Invitations
  • Sundays (Attendance)
  • Groups
  • Workshops
  • Teams
  • Team Wins
  • Culture Code Wins

 

WHO EMBODIES THIS VALUE? WHO DOESN’T?

WHO DOES:  “Of all the people who attend our church, who best embodies what we’re about and WANT to be about in the future?”

“Why? What is about them that makes them the embodiment of our mission, vision and strategy?”

 

Figuring out WHO you value

helps you discover WHAT you value.

 

WHO DOESN’T:  Who, honestly, didn’t embody our mission, vision and values, or to put it more positively, who are the people we would need to really encourage along, in order to get them in line with our real mission and culture?

“Why? What is it about them that makes them the opposite of what we want to accomplish?”


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APRIL 5-STAR HERO

LifePointe Team Nights are so much fun with people who are serious about changing the world!! Heroes are people who are helping people. Tonight our 5-STAR HERO is Shane Meadors. He has served on Mowing, Ushers, Cleaning, and Surge Student Ministries Teams. He is always flying under the radar to be ready and engaged before anyone asks. His heart is faithful in all he does. We are pleased to honor him with the LifePointe 5-Star Trophy, and the Red Hero Cape!


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THE GAMES WE PLAY (AT TEAM NIGHT)

Each Team Night we have great food, team games, a vision message and role playing. Tonight our game was WHISPER CHALLENGE. Way to go Jason RegierEvan Norris and Creative Team. You guys are amazing. Well done!!


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THANK YOU!

A big THANK YOU to Ramiro for an amazing feast of pulled pork BBQ sandwiches. THANK YOU to all our Servers who make each month happen with skill, class and excellence. Your generosity inspires us all!! 

 

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TEAM NIGHT - MARCH 26, 2017

PASSION FOR THE HOUSE

What is your attitude towards the house; the mission, vision and values of our house?

 

4 STAGES TO PASSION FOR THE HOUSE

  • Meetings
  • Projects
  • Initiatives/Campaigns
  • Team Serving
  • Reading/Responsiveness to Emails
  • Participating in Sundays, Groups, Workshops, Teams

 

  1. A POSSIBILITY (an option, an elective)
  2. A PRACTICE (a privilege, or higher participation)
  3. A PRIORITY (outside, rational principle)
  4. A PASSION (inside emotional prerequisite, a purpose)

 

WHO EMBODIES THIS VALUE? WHO DOESN’T?

WHO DOES:  “Of all the people who attend our church, who best embodies what we’re about and WANT to be about in the future?”

“Why? What is about them that makes them the embodiment of our mission, vision and strategy?”

 

EXAMPLES:

  • Christine Presley – Goes to work
  • Jeff Berkenmeier – Concerts adjustment

 

Figuring out WHO you value

helps you discover WHAT you value.

 

WHO DOESN’T:  Who, honestly, didn’t embody our mission, vision and values, or to put it more positively, who are the people we would need to really encourage along, in order to get them in line with our real mission and culture?

“Why? What is it about them that makes them the opposite of what we want to accomplish?”


MARCH 5-STAR HEROES

LifePointe Team Nights are so much fun with people who are serious about changing the world!! Heroes are people who are helping people. Tonight our 5-STAR HEROES are Jeff Goldsby and Hollie Goldsby.

They serve on Surge Student Ministries, Mowing, Ushers, Cleaning, Greeter, KidsCamp and Preschool Teams. They are faithful, teachable, and willing to do what it takes; a true example of servant leadership.They embody the LifePointe heart of service. We are pleased to honor them with the LifePointe 5-Star Trophy, and the Red Hero Cape!


THE GAMES WE PLAY (AT TEAM NIGHT)

Each Team Night we have great food, team games, a vision message and role playing. Tonight our game was TRY NOT TO LAUGH CHALLENGE. Way to go Jason RegierEvan Norris and Creative Team. You guys are amazing. Well done!!


THANK YOU!

A big THANK YOU to Ramiro for an amazing feast of pulled pork BBQ sandwiches. THANK YOU to all our Servers who make each month happen with skill, class and excellence. Your generosity inspires us all!! 

 

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TEAM NIGHT - FEBRUARY 26, 2017

CULTURE

Everything has a culture! 

  • Your life has a culture.
  • Your marriage has a culture.
  • Your home has a culture.
  • Your business has a culture.
  • The stores you shop at have a culture.
  • Even churches have a culture.

 

WHAT IS CULTURE?

Culture is the way an organized group thinks, emotes, and behaves. These "heart" values become the group's instincts. You can feel the culture when you first initiate it. A new person will pick up the non-verbal communication of the group long before they hear the verbal communication. A culture is the non-verbal projections the group has evolved with, whether intentional or not. Experts say that church guests will decide in the first 7 minutes if they will return. In church experiences that is long before the worship band or preaching ever takes place. This happens through the accepted emotional culture we have allowed to evolve.

Cultural non-verbal communications happen through:

  • Street banners (Are they excellent, cared for and clear? Or, are they disheveled, wrinkled, and barely hanging on? Are they placed on a consistent time each week?)
  • Attitudes of any one person (volunteer team members to other arriving attenders; are they happy, energized and hosting a party, or are they tired, stale, unengaged or simply working a shift?)
  • Parking lot hosts, order of the parking lot and ease of the parking experience
  • Grounds maintenance and quality of the exterior first impression (Is the lawn mowed, weeds pulled, the island mulched, bushes trimmed, and/or windows washed?)
  • Self-care of the volunteers (from hygiene, to fashion, to hair styles, etc.) 
  • Greeters (Do guests feel any pressure? Are we giving people room for anonymity while being present and emotionally available to connect?) 
  • Facility cleanliness (carpets, ceiling tiles, bathrooms, KidsLife Rooms, chairs in sanctuary, coffee kiosk and containers, etc.) 
  • Interior design (Is it pleasant to the eyes, emotionally inspiring and soothing, does anything seem out of place, etc.) 
  • Energy (Do the volunteers and attenders seem to have energy, or does the environment and teams feel stale?)
  • Smells (Are the scents and smells pleasant and soothing, or pungent and uncomfortable, or unnoticeable all together?)
  • Helpfulness and connection (Do our Team members have a proactive helpfulness, placing people above processes? Or do we focus on structure and tasks, unaware of the people we are serving?)
  • Have preparations been made? (Do the "curb to the congregation" experiences communicate preparations for an excellent encounter, or does it communicate mediocrity is the most we will give to a guest's experience with God?)

These are examples of unspoken values that are a part of every organized group. All of these unspoken values, positive or negatively executed, affect how new people experience the group. The way we allow ourselves to think will create the emotions we project and ultimately the behaviors we have. That is culture.

 

YOU ARE THE CULTURE

People will experience our culture first. Culture comes from each individual. YOU are the LifePointe culture. YOUR way of thinking, emoting and behaving is what our guests will experience. And throughout the weeks the culture will always dictate the outcome of our guests long-term experiences. Therefore we must focus heavily on training, retraining and holding our group accountable to the values we really want to live. 

It is culture that defines WHO we ARE. Vision defines WHERE we are going. Strategy defines HOW we are going to get there. WHO we ARE (culture) is more important than WHERE we are GOING (vision), or HOW we will get THERE (strategy). Our investments of labor will always be short-circuited by WHO we have allowed ourselves to BECOME. We will never be what we merely WANT to be, we will only be what we ALLOW ourselves to be.

 

THOUGHTS, EMOTIONS AND BEHAVIORS CREATE CULTURE

Every organized group values something. Not all values are intentional, spoken, written, or even articulated; but all groups have values. Values tell us what we really love… and what we don’t, what really breaks our hearts… and what doesn’t, what really triggers righteous anger… and what doesn’t.

Culture is more than a brand, logo, font, signage, buildings, and layouts. Culture is driven by our values. Values are the emotional and behavioral roots that culture grows from. Our culture is only as powerful as the commitment to a certain set of values. Culture requires we let go of lesser things to lay hold of greater things. However, letting go of lesser things will often create friction, tension and conflict. For a healthy, intentional culture to grow, we must move beyond the friction, even if it costs our group something, or even someone. 

Culture creates every unique environment, from the parking lot to KidsLife, and from the bathrooms to the sanctuary. It is impossible for an environment to overcome an unhealthy culture. We can dream, rally, shout, praise and even pray; but we will have whatever we allow our culture to be, not what we dream.

Culture doesn’t mysteriously manifest. Culture is embodied. We know that we cannot build a culture unless we are prepared to BE the culture. Culture is only ever as strong as its lowest common denominator. It’s not enough to just decide on a particular culture. How the team members think, emote and behave within the church will set both the pace and the level of our culture.

 

MATURED CULTURE EASILY RECOGNIZES VIOLATIONS

When culture is matured (when the thinking, emotions and behavior is matured) in a church, any outlier will set off emotional alarms to the organized group. As an example, if your household is one that esteems cleanliness, even practicing the taking off of shoes before transitioning to the carpeted areas, and someone comes in your house and on to the carpet with mud-caked work boots, it will violate the culture. No one has to say anything, or point it out to the insiders, but those accustomed to the culture will FEEL the impact of this incongruent behavior.

The same can be said about a church. When a church has developed a no-compromise culture of honor, and then gossip, negative attitudes, stale energy, incompetency, insubordination, tardiness, and half-hearted serving will violate and grieves those who know the intent of the culture. Allowing such thoughts, emotions and behaviors to go unchecked, uncoached and unaccounted for is enabling the culture to derail to dysfunction.

When a different spirit is allowed, unchecked and unaccounted for the culture will descend to their spiritual condition, not the other way around. No matter how many dreams, capital campaigns and great preaching messages we have, we will never overcome the violators of culture.

 

LEADERS PROTECT AND PROMOTE CULTURE

I heard a CEO of one of the Fortune 500 companies say that his "primary role as CEO is to hold the entire organization, from the executives down through the flow chart, to the core values of the organization." That is because values create culture. Without the right culture you cannot have the right outcomes of mission and vision.  

Our mission, vision, strategies, and goals carry little power unless we identify the appropriate culture, then live by the habits that cause such an outcome.

A Leader at LifePointe is an influencer, some even have boxes on a flow chart. In other words, not all Leaders have a title. A true Leader cares more about the culture than an individual's feelings. Love cares about the vast and potential numbers of people that a violated culture will prevent from encountering Christ appropriately. At LifePointe, if you want to be a Leader, begin by embodying the values of LifePointe. Then begin holding the organization, individuals and work projects to that standard. 

 

THE LIFEPOINTE WAY

At LifePointe, we call our culture "The LifePointe Way." This is our way of thinking, emoting and behaving. It is viral. It is life changing. It is heroic!

We would prefer to coach everyone up to our values. On the other hand, we would rather have the right culture and an empty position, than a filled position with the wrong culture. Any behavior, or attitude, that is unfitting within the culture must be re-directed, corrected and changes required. At LifePointe we are committed to over react to issues of culture. And to us, this is expressing the greatest love to the greater number of people. 

As a LifePointe Team member we ask that you help us protect and promote a right culture at LifePointe. If we get this right, we will see many come to faith in Christ. If we get this wrong, eternity will only tell what could have been. God's grace is on us. 2017 is the year that changes everything!!


ROLE PLAYING - THE THINGS WE SAY!

We would to show our preparations to guests/attenders each week by creating repeatable and uniform greetings, goodbyes and various other communications. This is a part of the LifePointe Way, the culture we are creating, that helps guests experience us in a specific way.

WELCOME: 

  • “Welcome to LifePointe. We are glad you are here.”

GOODBYE:

  • “We are honored you came today. Have an amazing week!”

RAISING EXPECTATION – PROPHECY OVER PEOPLE

  • “God is going to do great things for you today!”
  • “I know you are going to experience the presence of God today!”
  • “You are really going to have fun. God is going to do something amazing today!"

RECEIVING GRATITUDE - OUR RESPONSE

  • “My pleasure!” (Level 1 - first time) 
  • “My honor!” (Level 2 - second time)
  • “I’m so happy I could help/serve!” (Level 3 - third time)

FEBRUARY 5-STAR HEROES

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LifePointe Team Nights are so much fun with people who are serious about changing the world!! Heroes are people who are helping people. Tonight our 5-STAR HEROES are Natalia Herken and Kelly Herken. They serve on Mowing, Ushers, Cleaning, Greeter, and Preschool Teams. They look for details and excellence in ways no one sees. They embody the LifePointe heart of service. We are pleased to honor them with the LifePointe 5-Star Trophy, and the Red Hero Cape!


THE GAMES WE PLAY (AT TEAM NIGHT)

Each Team Night we have great food, team games, a vision message and role playing. Tonight our game was Drinko (Plinko). Way to go Jason Jason RegierEvan Norris and Creative Team. You guys are amazing. The losers had to drink a cocktail mix of two beverages (lemon juice concentrate, cold brew coffee, chocalate milk, apple sauce, and Mountain Dew.  We laughed, yelled, rooted and got grossed out. Well done!!


THANK YOU!

A big THANK YOU to Ramiro for an amazing feast of pulled pork BBQ sandwiches. Your generosity inspires us all!!

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TEAM NIGHT - JANUARY 29, 2017

BRYAN AND ASHLEY LARSEN

We were privileged to have a special guest speaker for our first TEAM NIGHT! Bryan and Ashley Larsen brought a tremendous encouragement, introducing such principles as HOST HANDS. It was a night to be remembered!!


JANUARY 5-STAR HEROES

LifePointe Team Nights are so much fun with people who are serious about changing the world!! Heroes are people who are helping people. Tonight our 5-STAR HERO is JEFF BERKENMEIER. He serves on Mowing, Ushers, Sign and Men's Ministry Teams. He is faithful, generous, loyal and an inspired inviter. We are pleased to honor him with the LifePointe 5-Star Trophy, and the Red Hero Cape!


THE GAMES WE PLAY (AT TEAM NIGHT)

Each Team Night we have great food, team games, a vision message and role playing. Tonight our game was BOX OF LIES. Way to go Jason Jason RegierEvan Norris and Creative Team. You guys are amazing. Well done!!


THANK YOU!

A big THANK YOU to Ramiro for an amazing feast of pulled pork BBQ sandwiches. THANK YOU to all our Servers who make each month happen with skill, class and excellence. Your generosity inspires us all!! 

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