Living Word Christian Church

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Good day everyone, as of today October 3rd, we have 24 space left for registration! Please register to http://lwcchurch.ca! and God bless!
Hello Brethren, We still have 28 available space for October 4th Sunday Service, I encourage you to please register to http://lwcchurch.ca and God bless!
If anyone wanted to rewatch the Celebrate Jesus! Narrative Videos, you can find them below:

Mary - https://youtu.be/o3uZOKfq92U
Jairus - https://youtu.be/hBlOcybV3QA
Samaritan Woman - https://youtu.be/P10ob24kCSY
Centurion - https://youtu.be/cXGr5axGPhU
Happiest birthday pastor Gilbert . Have a wonderful day!!!

“A place where strangers become friends and friends become family” Welcome to the official page of Living Word Christian Church. Our worship service is at 10 A.M.

on Sundays.

Operating as usual

02/05/2021

Happy Friday church family, our February newsletter is out! Check it out in the link below or check it out on our website www.lwcchurch.ca

https://www.lwcchurch.ca/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/February-2021-Newsletter-2.pdf

Have a good read and a blessed day!
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#langley #langleybc #bcbc #church #langleychurch

01/07/2021

The January 2021 Newsletter is out! Check it out and see what's happening at LWCC!
Have a great read!

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01/01/2021

Happy New Year!
God has bigger and better plans this coming year!

12/31/2020

Celebrate New Year's Eve with us online via Zoom at 7pm! Message us for the link. We can't wait for what God has planned for the New Year!

#langley #langleychurch #newyearseve #onlineservice

12/30/2020

New Year's Eve Service is happening via ZOOM at 7pm! Don't miss out!

#langley #langleychurch #church

12/25/2020

Merry Christmas to you and your family!
Don't forget the reason for the season.

12/24/2020

Christmas Eve Service via Zoom today! Don't forget, let's celebrate together even if it looks different this year.

See you all online!

12/23/2020

Don't forget, our Christmas Eve Service is tomorrow at 7pm via ZOOM!

Contact Pastor Gilbert for more info! Let's celebrate together online!

12/18/2020

Although it will look different this year, we are still having our Christmas Eve Service!
Our Christmas Eve will be held via ZOOM at 7pm.
Contact Pastor Gilbert for more info!

See you online!

12/11/2020

To all LWCC members, we will have a congregational meeting on December 19, 2020 at 7pm via ZOOM.
So mark your calendars and we can't wait to see you online!

11/11/2020

"And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to His purpose" Romans 8:28

Sometimes we wonder why things aren't going the way we planned or want but be assured God has a purpose and a will that is good for His Children. His will is always good and perfect. Trust in God.

11/05/2020

Even during this season, LWCC's small groups are still active. We have several small groups available online and in person! Check out our website lwcchurch.ca to check out all the small group opportunities you can be part of!

#lwcchurch #church #langley #langleychurch

09/27/2020

Good evening church!
Great news, Sunday school is now available during our Sunday services! Our Sunday school will be held at the Fire Side Room.
To follow Covid guidelines, there will be hand sanitizer available before and after entering the room. All Sunday School supplies will be packaged individually and sanitized before use. As of right now, masks are optional.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact Kassie Ballesteros !

09/04/2020

Feeling weak? Turn to God
Feeling discouraged? Turn to God
Feeling burdened? Turn to God
Feeling afraid or uncertain? Turn to God

God listens and understands you. He is your loving and ever present Father who you can turn to in ALL situations.

#lwcc #localchurch #langleychurch #langleybc #church

08/12/2020

Although it will be a little different, LWCC will still have the annual church camp at Camp Hope! There will be no livestream service this Sunday, August 16th. In person service will not be held in our regular church building but it will be in the campground.

See you all on August 23 at 1:30pm! Please note, the online registration on our website will be closed until August 17th.

#church #langley #langleychurch #lwcc #churchcamp

07/21/2020

Mobile version - Look how easy it is to register online to attend church services in person! You will get an email notification for confirmation within 72 hours. We can’t wait to see you!

07/19/2020

LWCC Sunday Check In

How to register to attend a Sunday Service and access LWCC's guidelines and protocols in response to COVID-19.
Visit lwcchurch.ca
Once the form is successfully submitted, LWCC will send you an email confirmation.

If you are unable/choose not to attend Sunday Services in person, livestream is still available!

07/16/2020

"Cast your burden on the Lord, and he will sustain you; he will never permit the righteous to be moved." Psalm 55:22

What a blessing it is to have a Saviour that we can turn to no matter what we are going through. God will never forsake or leave you.

#blessing #church #langleychurch #lwcchurch #langley #christian #church

07/07/2020

Sometimes we forget all the little things God does for us every day but be confident that we have a God who is, who was, and who will be faithful.

"Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and to"day and forever."
Hebrews 13:8

#Faithful #Christian #langleychurch #church

06/30/2020

Just a friendly reminder. During these uncertain times, let's not live in fear but live in full confidence of who we are in Jesus.

Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go.” Joshua 1:9

#fearisaliar #Christian #Christianliving #langleychurch #baptistchurch

06/21/2020

We honour all our Fathers today. We are blessed to have men step up and lead their families to God. We recognize the importance of a Godly Father who leads with love, integrity and compassion. We love you!
“Your wife will be like a fruitful vine within your house;
your children will be like olive shoots around your table. Yes, this will be the blessing for the man who fears the Lord.” Psalm 128:3-4
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#happyfatherday #Godlymen #Godlyfathers #lwcchurch #langley #baptistchurch #bcbc

06/17/2020

We miss you!
LWCC is in the process of re-opening! Check our website lwcchurch.ca for the updates. We can't wait to see you.

www.lwcchurch.ca

#langley #langleychurch #christianchurch #bcbc #filipinochurch #church #baptist #covid19 #coronavirus #reopening #church

06/05/2020

This Sunday is Communion Sunday. Feel free to join us online as we take communion in remembrance of Him who gave His life so that we can live. "But He was pierced for our transgressions, He was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on Him, and by His wounds we are healed" Isaiah 53:5.
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#langleychurch #communion #communionsunday #communion #christian #baptist #livestreamservice

05/25/2020

“This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us.” 1 John 5:14.

We’d love to pray for you. You can submit your prayer request online on our website or you can let talk to a church member. We are here for you!

05/18/2020

We have a God that hears and answers our prayers. Pray without ceasing. Need any prayer requests? DM, comment below or visit our website to submit your prayer requests. We’d love to pray for you. “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4:6-7

05/10/2020

Happy Mother's Day to all our mothers. We lift you up today and pray that God will continue to bless you. No words can describe how grateful we are for each and every one of you. May you feel special and encouraged today. We love you all!

“She speaks with wisdom, and faithful instruction is on her tongue. She watches over the affairs of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness. Her children arise and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her: ‘Many women do noble things, but you surpass them all.’ Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the LORD is to be praised.” - Proverbs 31: 25-30

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What to Do if Your Parenting Produced Rebellious, Ungrateful Teenagers - Church Bulletin Inserts

Worth reading Parent!

bulletininserts.org We all have regrets in life. You might wish you had continued with those piano lessons. Or perhaps you’re sorry you didn’t spend more time with your grandparents before their passing. But one of the worst regrets in life is looking back and saying, “I was such an absent father,” or, “If on...

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What to Do if Your Parenting Produced Rebellious, Ungrateful Teenagers - Church Bulletin Inserts

Worth reading for parents.

bulletininserts.org We all have regrets in life. You might wish you had continued with those piano lessons. Or perhaps you’re sorry you didn’t spend more time with your grandparents before their passing. But one of the worst regrets in life is looking back and saying, “I was such an absent father,” or, “If on...

08/20/2019

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10 Ideas and 10 Tips for Family Devotions in 2019 - Tim Challies

By Tim Challies (https://www.challies.com/resources/10-ideas-and-10-tips-for-family-devotions-in-2019/)
A new year is just about upon us, and as it dawns, we have a new opportunity to lead our families in devotions. Whether you’ve been utterly consistent or mightily struggling, here are 10 ideas and 10 tips that may help as you consider the year to come.
Ten Ideas for Family Devotions
Just Read the Bible. This is the simplest suggestion of all: Just read the Bible a book at a time. Younger children tend to do best reading narratives, but as children grow older they need the whole Bible. Consider reading the epistles slowly, a few verses per day, taking time to discuss and apply them. Or read all or some of the Psalms, or whatever else seems interesting and applicable. Don’t overthink it–just commit and read.
Read Big Beliefs!. David Helm’s Big Beliefs! is one of the favorite devotional books we’ve used as a family. It includes a daily reading plus a short devotional and a couple of optional discussion questions. It’s targeted at ages 8-12, but younger kids will be able to stretch up for it while older kids will be able to stoop down. It is framed around the Westminster Confession of Faith and teaches a broad systematic theology. We loved it!
Read Morning and Evening. It’s for good reason that Charles Spurgeon’s Morning and Eveningremains a devotional classic. His reflections are deep, timely, and suitable for quick reading. You may have the best success with the edition edited and modernized by Alistair Begg. You may need to put some effort into finding a suitable and significant reading to go with each since Spurgeon’s devotions are typically based on a single verse.
Read the Narratives. We’ve found great value in reading (and re-reading and re-re-reading) the narrative (story) portions of the Bible. Yes, we read other parts, too. But the stories work so well. So why not read through the big picture of the Bible in 2019 by focusing on those parts. In the Old Testament, read Genesis, parts of Exodus (you might skip the building of the tabernacle, for example, and the giving of the ceremonial law), parts of Joshua (perhaps skipping the division of the land), Judges, Ruth, 1-2 Samuel, Esther, and so on. For the New Testament, focus on a couple of gospels and Acts. Read the passages aloud, one section or one chapter at a time. Ensure that each day you read enough for it to be significant but not so much that you lose the attention of the children. Over the course of a year you should be able to make your way through much of the Bible’s big story.
Read Around the Table. Sometimes it’s best for mom and dad to do the reading from their own Bible, and especially so when children are young. But as children get older and more adept at reading, it may be best to get each child a Bible so they can follow along. When you do this, you can have each person take a turn reading aloud. It may be too clunky to read one verse per person, but perhaps each person can read a few verses at a time. Or perhaps you can have one person read each day’s entire passage. This gets children comfortable with reading (and perhaps praying) in front of others while also pushing for deeper engagement with the text.
Read Long Story Short. Marty Machowski has released a number of excellent books that are ideal for family devotions, but I most-often recommend two of them: Long Story Short and Old Story New. Long Story Short is a family devotional program designed to explain God’s plan of salvation through the Old Testament and is suitable for children from preschool through high school. Old Story New is the sequel and walks children through the great truths of the Christian faith in the New Testament. Both include daily readings, discussion points, and prayer suggestions, and are designed to be completed in about 10 minutes per day. (You might also consider his book Wise Upwhich focuses on Proverbs.)
Focus on Proverbs. The proverbs contain timeless wisdom and are written specifically for young people. Young Christians need the proverbs! Proverbs are meant to be treated like a lozenge or hard candy, to be savored over time rather than quickly chewed up. Consider reading the proverbs slowly over the course of weeks or months. Read 5 or 6 each day, but pause on 1 or 2 of them, considering what they mean and how they can be practically applied. It’s unlikely you will ever read 5 or 6 without encountering at least 1 that is especially fitting for your family. We recently visited a family and joined their devotions to find they are reading the proverbs, then taking turns attempting to summarize each one in exactly 6 words—an exercise meant to make the children think well.
Read a Catechism. The majority of today’s Christians have forgotten about catechisms, but as believers we have quite a legacy with The Shorter Catechism, the Heidelberg Catechism, and others like them. The Gospel Coalition has combined the best of those two (while making them a bit more Baptist-friendly) with the New City Catechism. Catechisms approach the Christian faith in a question and answer format and invariably include Scripture to go along with them. If you structure your time around a catechism, do ensure you give attention to an associated Scripture passage. (newcitycathechism.com)
Mix It Up. Consider deliberately mixing up your devotions for 2019. Perhaps spend a month reading a book of the Bible, then follow with a devotional book for a while. Maybe through the summer you can switch to the Proverbs, then head back to reading an epistle as you head into fall and the gospels as you approach the Christmas season. Variety is the spice of life, right? Variety will keep your children engaged and, equally important, keep their parents engaged.
Ten Tips for Family Devotions
Here are ten tips related to family devotions.
1. More important than how you do family devotions is that you do family devotions.
2. Keep family devotions simple, especially when starting out. Five engaging minutes are far better than 20 rambling ones.
3. Family devotions is not only about gaining knowledge but also about establishing patterns and displaying priorities.
4. The foundation of family devotions is simple: read and pray. Better said: read, teach, and pray.
5. Family devotions don’t need to be fun, but they must not be drab either. Focus on engagement, not entertainment or the mere transfer of information.
6. The benefit of family devotions is not only gaining knowledge but also relating to God together as a family.
7. Do not grow discouraged if your children look bored. Measure long, not short, and expect your kids to behave like kids.
8. Ask for tips on family devotions from others in your local church. Glean from their successes and false starts.
9. Expect that God will work through family devotions but do not demand that his work take a certain form.
10. Dad, take responsibility for family devotions. Lead your family by leading them to the Word and leading them in prayer.

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