LifeSong Church

LifeSong Church


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Kierstin, this is my church of you wanted to watch online :)
I want to thank all of the veterans who have served/serve our country! Happy veterans day! I had a great, great, great, great grandfather who served in the Revolutionary War (his powder horn and brass badge sit on my end table); a great, great, great grandfather fought with the 10th New York Cavalry in the Civil War and saw action at Gettysburgh; I had a great grandfather who served on the western front in WWI; and two granduncles who served in WWII (one flew fighter planes in the pacific and the other fought in the army in battles like the Battle of the Bulge). So grateful for the courage and servanthood of our veterans who help us protect our freedom!
A Guide to Prayer on Election Day
The call is to sow for a great awakening in our land. It is preeminently a clarion call to
prayer. This is an invitation not so much for a day of prayer for this nation as it is the
doorway into a new day for prayer in this nation. This is a time for all who will to heed this
call to step over the line and walk through the door into a new epoch of the most powerful
activism of the ages—the holy activism of prayer. It is time to forever leave behind the
days of casual prayer that we might move ahead into a travailing way of prayer.
Following are seven texts from the Bible followed by seven prayers for awakening. It is to
this work we now turn.
Hear the word of the Lord from the Psalmist:
I lift up my eyes to the hills. From where does my help come? My help comes
from the LORD, who made heaven and earth.
—PSALM 121:1–2
Almighty God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, we come before you this day to declare that you are
God and we are not. We stand in awe of your greatness. We marvel at your goodness and we bow
before you, the sovereign King over heaven and earth. Our hope is neither in a nation nor for a
nation but for your kingdom to come in all the nations of the earth. We do come before you this
day to make intercession for this nation, the United States of America, and all its people. Come
Holy Spirit and fill us with the wisdom of heaven that we might make effective prayers in accordance with the will of God for this earth. We come praying in Jesus’ name.
Lord in your mercy. Hear our prayers.
Hear the word of the Lord from the Prophet Jeremiah:
Has a nation changed its gods, even though they are no gods? But my people
have changed their glory for that which does not profit. Be appalled, O heavens,
at this; be shocked, be utterly desolate, declares the LORD, for my people have
committed two evils: they have forsaken me, the fountain of living waters, and
hewed out cisterns for themselves, broken cisterns that can hold no water.
—JEREMIAH 2:11–13
Heavenly Father, we come before you in repentance to confess our sins and to seek your mercy.
We confess we know we cannot be awakened to your mercy until we have become aware of the
offense of our sin. We have forsaken you as the only true source of security and prosperity. Instead
we have trusted in our wealth to sustain us, placed our hope in our elected officials to lead us,
and declared our dependence on military might to protect us. We come now to stand with your
people in all times and at all places who with one voice declare, “Some trust in chariots and some
in horses, but we trust in the name of the LORD our God” (Ps. 20:7). Lead us in the way of dependence on your daily bread for our provision; on your kingdom come and your will be done as our
path; and on your deliverance from evil as our protection. We pray in the name of your Son, Jesus.
Lord, in your mercy: hear our prayer.
Hear the word of the Lord from the Prophet Joel:
“Yet even now,” declares the LORD, “return to me with all your heart, with
fasting, with weeping, and with mourning; and rend your hearts and not your
garments.” Return to the LORD your God, for he is gracious and merciful, slow
to anger, and abounding in steadfast love; and he relents over disaster.
—JOEL 2:12–13
Come Holy Spirit and bring near the grace, mercy, and tender care of God. Remind us that it is
your kindness that leads us to repentance. Awaken your people that we might return to you with
all our heart. Save us from religious demonstrations and lead us to the cross, where we might
humble ourselves again before you. In Jesus’ name, amen.
Hear the word of the Lord from the Prophet Isaiah:
In the year that King Uzziah died I saw the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and
lifted up; and the train of his robe filled the temple. Above him stood the seraphim. Each had six wings: with two he covered his face, and with two he covered
his feet, and with two he flew. And one called to another and said: “Holy, holy,
holy is the LORD of hosts; the whole earth is full of his glory!”
—ISAIAH 6:1–3
Almighty God, awaken us to an all-consuming vision of your holiness. We want to behold you
high and lifted up; your glory filling all the earth. Open the eyes of our hearts. We want to see
you. Lord Jesus, you taught us, “Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God” (Matt. 5:8).
Would you give us clean hands and a pure heart. You taught us that “Blessed are those who
hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied” (Matt. 5:6). We ask you to increase
our appetite for all things to be put right in the world. Would you begin by putting things right
within ourselves. Lead us beyond a place of duty and obligatory religion to an all-consuming
holy desire for you, your will, and your ways. We pray in the name of Jesus.
Lord in your mercy: hear our prayer.
Hear the word of the Lord from the Prophet Hosea:
Sow for yourselves righteousness; reap steadfast love; break up your fallow
ground, for it is the time to seek the LORD, that he may come and rain righteousness upon you.
—HOSEA 10:12
Come Holy Spirit, reveal to us the fallow ground in our own lives. Show us those places where
we have become broken by sin and hardened by the pride that keeps us from even knowing it.
Awaken us to the urgency of the times in which we live. We agree, now is the time to seek the Lord
that you may come and rain righteousness upon us. And by this rain of righteousness, cleanse us
from the scourge of insult and incivility of our nation’s discourse. Govern our hearts, our minds,
and our words that we would no longer contribute to the discord but become sowers of your
peace. Make us sowers of your Word, the ancient Word who is ever doing a new thing. Awaken
us again to your high calling to be the salt of the earth and the light of the world. We pray in the
name of Jesus.
Lord in your mercy: hear our prayer.
Hear the word of the Lord from the Letter to the Hebrews:
Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not
seen. For by it the people of old received their commendation. . . . And without
faith it is impossible to please him, for whoever would draw near to God must
believe that he exists and that he rewards those who seek him.
—HEBREWS 11:1–2, 6
God our Father, we come today praying for an awakening of faith. Where we see brokenness,
you see healing. Where we see irreconcilable differences, you see new possibilities. Where we see
callous indifference, you see rising compassion. We are desperate for a vision beyond what our
eyes can see. We want to see as you see. Awaken our faith, Lord. We want to be counted among
those who walk by faith and not by sight. Walk us into a new day of faith carrying a new banner
of your truth and singing a new song of your grace that nothing is impossible with God. We pray
in Jesus’ name.
Lord in your mercy: hear our prayer.
Hear the word of the Lord from the Apostle John:
“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in
him should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into
the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved
through him.”
—JOHN 3:16–17
This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ laid down his life for us. And we
ought to lay down our lives for our brothers and sisters.
—1 JOHN 3:16 (NIV)
Come Holy Spirit and awaken the love of God within us. Open our hearts to know the love of
Jesus for ourselves in a new and deeper way that we might become vessels of your love for others.
Deliver us from our love of power that we might come to know the power of your love. Make us
agents of healing in this land; peacemakers amid racial strife, way makers against impossible
odds, and door holders for the house of the Lord. Lord we know where there is great love, miracles
always happen. We are in need of miracles so teach us the ways of great love. We ask you for a
great awakening to the grace of God in Jesus Christ. We pray in the name of Jesus.
Lord in your mercy: hear our prayer.
Let us give praise to God:
Praise the Lord.
Praise the Lord, my soul.
I will praise the Lord all my life;
I will sing praise to my God as long as I live.
Do not put your trust in princes
in human beings, who cannot save.
When their spirit departs, they return to the ground;
on that very day their plans come to nothing.
Blessed are those whose help is the God of Jacob
whose hope is in the Lord their God.
He is the Maker of heaven and earth,
the sea, and everything in them—he remains faithful forever.
He upholds the cause of the oppressed
and gives food to the hungry.
The Lord sets prisoners free,
the Lord gives sight to the blind,
the Lord lifts up those who are bowed down,
the Lord loves the righteous.
The Lord watches over the foreigner
and sustains the fatherless and the widow,
but he frustrates the ways of the wicked.
The Lord reigns forever, your God, O Zion, for all generations.
Praise the Lord.
—PSALM 146 (From Seedbed/New Room prayer for election day)
I felt that last song so strongly! Thank you for Sunday service. #blessed #grateful #jesusisalwayshere
Woke up needing inspiration. Listened to King of Kings! Perfect song leading up to Easter.

LifeSong Church is a United Methodist Faith Community located in East Orlando, FL.

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ALIVE is back this Sunday (4pm-6pm)!!
We will be starting a 2 part series on HOPE this Sunday and we'll end the month with a Mini Golf outing at Congo River on Colonial. We hope everyone joins us for these next 3 weeks!

ALIVE is back this Sunday (4pm-6pm)!!
We will be starting a 2 part series on HOPE this Sunday and we'll end the month with a Mini Golf outing at Congo River on Colonial. We hope everyone joins us for these next 3 weeks!

[04/08/21]   Today is Holocaust Remembrance Day. It's an important and needed day for us to pray for Israel and to grieve the 6 million Jews who were killed by the N**i regime. My wife's family (through her mom's side) fled Holland from the N**i onslaught. A vast number of the family died in the holocaust. I had the privilege of knowing Tracey's grandmother for a good number of years. To hear the stories of those years and the gold medal her father was awarded by the Queen of Holland for rescuing 100s of Jews out of Holland, was a stark reminder that the principalities and powers of this world are often sinister, sin-filled, and empty. We need the Lordship of Jesus Christ and the hope of the Kingdom of God when spears will be turned into pruning hooks and swords will be turned into plowshares (cf. Isaiah 2:4). As a Christian, I am often reminded via the Word of God that we've been grafted into a much larger reality: the people of Israel and their love story with the Lord of Israel. When we proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ and encounter suffering at times as a result, we join with the tears of Israel who have more often than not suffered throughout human history.

[04/04/21]   Christ the Lord is risen today, Alleluia!
Earth and heaven in chorus say, Alleluia!
Raise your joys and triumphs high, Alleluia!
Sing, ye heavens, and earth reply, Alleluia!

Love's redeeming work is done, Alleluia!
Fought the fight, the battle won, Alleluia!
Death in vain forbids him rise, Alleluia!
Christ has opened paradise, Alleluia!

Lives again our glorious King, Alleluia!
Where, O death, is now thy sting? Alleluia!
Once he died our souls to save, Alleluia!
Where's thy victory, boasting grave? Alleluia!

Soar we now where Christ has led, Alleluia!
Following our exalted Head, Alleluia!
Made like him, like him we rise, Alleluia!
Ours the cross, the grave, the skies, Alleluia!

Hail the Lord of earth and heaven, Alleluia!
Praise to thee by both be given, Alleluia!
Thee we greet triumphant now, Alleluia!
Hail the Resurrection, thou, Alleluia!

King of glory, soul of bliss, Alleluia!
Everlasting life is this, Alleluia!
Thee to know, thy power to prove, Alleluia!
Thus to sing, and thus to love, Alleluia!

Charles Wesley, United Methodist Hymnal, 1989

[04/03/21]   Read Mark 15:42-47
Jesus died just before Sabbath set in. Dead. Buried in a tomb. Disciples and disobedients went their respective ways to keep the seventh day holy. No work. No clocking in and out. Sabbath rest.
I find it interesting that Jesus was dead and buried that Sabbath day. The stone covered the entrance and Pilate's seal and soldiers guarded the tomb.
Did He rest in peace? Jesus dead and buried has ironically made Sabbath-keeping possible for all of creation.
-His death for our million deaths of sin and selfishness.
-His shame carrying the shame that's been ours all along.
-His forsakenness the loving vulnerability for the plain fact that we are the ones who have forsaken our Lord.
He took it all on Himself. The result? Dead and buried. The incarnation: no pulse, no breath, no vitals. In a tomb while the rest of Israel kept Sabbath at home.
You and me? We get to keep Sabbath and enjoy worship, rest, love, relationship, friends/family, forgivness, grace, fruit of the Spirit because Jesus once laid lifeless in a tomb that couldn't end up holding Him. He died and was entombed so that we can have life. Life here and now... and... life after death. I don't know about you... but it makes me want to keep Sabbath (for us Christians that's Sunday - the Lord's great getting up in the morning day of resurrection) more than just on Easter (or Christmas for that matter). I've got every reason to worship Him in sickness and in health, for richer and for poorer, for better and for worse... knowing of course, that death will never have the power to separate us!


It’s Friday, but Sunday’s Comin’!
Use this link to watch a great Good Friday video:
We hope to see you on Easter Sunday at one of our 3 services: 6:30am, 8:45am, 10am
Easter Breakfast: 7:30 am

It’s Friday, but Sunday’s Comin’!
Use this link to watch a great Good Friday video:
We hope to see you on Easter Sunday at one of our 3 services: 6:30am, 8:45am, 10am
Easter Breakfast: 7:30 am

[04/02/21]   Read Mark 15:1-47

It's always intrigued me how amazing God's creation is. I think about it (as maybe you do too) in the little things. Lucy (our family's Snoopy who was with us for 13 years) always seemed to know when a storm was brewing. She'd shake and curl up around our legs (or sometimes tried to sit on our laps causing all sorts of chaos with her 45 lb frame) anticipating the storm I rarely knew was heading our way. Then there was Putter... house cat of famed renown who always seemed to know when someone was upset. He'd saunter in and begin to purr and cuddle up against us bringing needed comfort/love. And now there's Teddy (long-haired ragdoll cat) who can sense one of our cars approaching even if all the way from the entrance of the subdivision. He races to the door or front windows and waits excitedly to greet and welcome one of us home.
God's creation is truly awesome! I don't know how anyone can experience the beautiful realities of this world and not see the beautiful heartbeat of our loving God behind it all.
I raise this on Good Friday because Mark 15:33-34 astounds me. Does the sun have an alarm? Do the clouds discuss changing weather patterns? And yet, here Mark recounts (via Peter) that from noon to 3pm the entire landscape was covered in darkness.
Darkness has always signaled judgment in the Word of God. A kind of looming and overshadowing blanket of thick darkness that reflects our sin and separation from God. Kind of like the waters of the ocean that reflect in their fury and foam the darkness of the skies overhead. Creation reflects our hearts. Creation reflects God's judgment. Darkness in the suffering and death of Jesus on the cross. Sunrise when resurrection breaks out on Easter morn.
I think there's no more appropriate response by the heavens than to go pitch dark on Good Friday. Not a time for the sun to shine. Rather, a time of grief, loss, recognition of what our sin and lack of trust in the Lord has resulted in: God's One and Only Son suffering and dying on a cross.
It's hard to do much of anything when there's a deep darkness overhead. If you're in a boat, it's the time to quickly head to the docks and moor the boat. If you're on a field of sports, it's the time to gather the players and the fans and to head home. If you're in a plane, it's the time to say a prayer and trust the pilot to steer around the thunder clouds.
Maybe the darkness that happened on Good Friday is a good/stark reminder that the best thing we can do today is to do nothing. To take time to head indoors where the Spirit can lead us to reflect and grieve the nature and impact of our sins. To be reminded that God's creation is amazing... and even if it might be sunny today... to be reminded that 2,000 years ago the skies knew to go dark. Darkness on a Good Friday. Stopping. Repenting. Owning our stuff. Giving thanks that when judgment comes Jesus takes on the brunt of all of it because He loves us and wants to welcome us home.

[04/01/21]   Read Mark 14:12-31

It's really critical in reading scripture to understand the text both at the high-altitude level and in the detailed weeds at the close-up level. Within the Gospel of Mark, Mark relays Peter's eyewitness accounts of the ministry and passion of Jesus. At the high-altitude level, Mark is purposefully weaving a narrative of Jesus' final week that has a kind of sandwich of content within it.
The one side of the sandwich is the negative judgment Jesus brings into Jerusalem when he tosses tables and coins in the Gentile Court of the Temple and drives out the money changers with a deep zeal. Jesus' purpose is to reveal that He alone has authority over the relationship between Israel and His Father God and that the current "system" of the Temple is Godliness in appearance only and is leading the Israelites into rapid ruin (the climax being the destruction of the Temple in 70 AD). Jesus is condemning the people of God by way of showing that the purpose of the meeting place between God and His people is to be prayer not commerce. These actions in the Temple are surely what sealed His fate and led to his suffering and death on the cross.
On the other side of the sandwich are the positive symbolic acts of Jesus in the Upper Room. As Jesus gathers with His disciples they break bread together and drink the fruit of the vine. Jesus highlights that at this Passover (and really all Passovers) He is the paschal lamb to be sacrificed for the sins of the world (putting a solid end to the sacrificial system in the Temple). In other words, this is a new Exodus for the people of God. Jesus is leading out of exile any who would surrender to Him and follow Him out via the cross and the Easter empty tomb.

Challenge: who are we as the people of God? What systems do we tend to "run" that have the appearance of Godliness but not the living prayer that is intended to be at the heartbeat of our life with God and each other? Do we have room in our understanding of Jesus for not only Jesus as the loving host of the last supper... but also as the King who brings with Him zeal, righteous indignation, and forceful accountability (cf. Mark 11:15-19)?

The bottom line is that without authentic intimacy with the Father, we will find ourselves on a rapid road to ruin (personal and corporate). With the Father we find ourselves at a Table of fellowship where Jesus offers Himself as the true Israel: the cross-carrying lamb who calls us to take up our crosses and follow Him as well.

Prayer: Lord Jesus, have mercy on us sinners!


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Registration is open for LifeSong Kids Summer Camp! Sign up today via the online registration form.
Spots are limited. Please direct questions to Kelly at [email protected] or 407-273-8368.

[03/31/21]   Read Mark 12:35-37
Seems unexpected, verse 36 of Mark chapter 12 is the most quoted Old Testament verse in the New Testament. Odd, huh? I mean, I'd tend to think there are certain terse statements/truths that are cross-stitch worthy... or... the kinds of realities we'd use for wallpaper on our phones or framed beauties for the home. But this verse? "The Lord said to my Lord, Sit at my right hand, until I put your enemies under your feet."???
But upon further reflection, and, given this Holy Week... perhaps this verse makes the most sense to be the signal/oft quoted verse in the New Testament. You see, this OT quote has to do with Lordship. Kingdom and King. Crown and throne. And well, this is exactly what Easter/Holy Week is all about: Jesus as King. Jesus as Lord. Jesus as the Only One worthy of an eternal crown. So worthy in fact, that our paltry crowns are only worth throwing at His feet as we bow down and worship Him.
If Kingship/Lordship is the ship we sail in Holy Week, perhaps it's imperative we change our perspective of Easter, all of reality, and our own lives for that matter. It does change everything you know? If Jesus is King and Lord... the only way, truth, life... we would do well to move past Easter being a passing date on our calendar and more the kind of living and central anchor we moor everything we are to. If He is Lord all worship, surrender, followership, trust, fidelity, faithfulness and love is due Him.

Challenge: how do you respond to the Lordship of Jesus? Why? Are you uncomfortable with Him being the One and Only King? How come? If you were to grasp ahold of the truth of Jesus' Lordship, how would this organically change your life?

Prayer: Lord Jesus... thank You that the core verse is one about Your Lordship because everything turns on this signal and single truth. Land the truth of Your Lordship at the center of my heart/life/purpose/vision.

[03/30/21]   Read Mark 12:18-27
One of my favorite Easter memories is coloring eggs with my family. Truth be told, we still color eggs (yes college students like to do this childhood activity). What's interesting about coloring eggs is what happens to the purpose of an egg. Outside of Easter, eggs are for immediate consumption. Scrambled, fried, over-easy, etc... etc... Nothing better than eggs with English muffins (yes, plural) and coffee. But at Easter, what is normally the core purpose of an egg changes. It becomes art. Colored. Meant to be gazed upon and used for egg hunts. A color pallet unlike any other with the familiar smell of vinegar and containers spilling over onto newspaper.
Mark 12:18-27 is a lot like the transformation of purpose we enjoy at Easter with eggs. In a much greater way, Jesus reminds us that what we thought was foremost (life in the here and now... temporary... get everything in you can before you die... kind of living) is actually not the real purpose. The real purpose is resurrection. It's about God's inbreaking Kingdom defeating sin and death (the ultimate sting of sin and separation from the Lord).
The Apostle Paul says that without the truth of the resurrection we are most to be pitied.
Now in the church of the 21st century, we tend to focus on the cross. Not a bad focus... but... a focus that misses the real center and focus of the Apostles and the early Church. The New Testament Gospels and letters are centered on the resurrection. New life out of death. Power over sin. Easter then is a foretaste of what is real and possible for all of us who follow Jesus and surrender to His Lordship and Kingdom. By the power of the Holy Spirit we can walk out of the dead-end tombs of our own making into a garden of overflowing life with Jesus and in relationship with others.
So here's the radical Good News: Easter is about us becoming the stunning and colorful pallet of the Lord's mercy, power and transforming grace. Not a canvas on the outside (although Easter outfits are a great way to celebrate this central reality in the life of the Church) but on the inside. Hearts transformed. Bland lives made radiant. New life! Power over all that ails us. "He is God not of the dead, but of the living..."

Challenge: in what ways have you stopped short in your life with Jesus? Do you stop at the cross and fail to go onto Easter resurrection? What would your heart and life look like if by the power of the Holy Spirit you left the dead-end realities of your own making?

Prayer: Lord Jesus, forgive me for making Easter a day in the year rather than all of my life radiating out of this day when You defeated sin and death. Help me to have the heart vision to see who I really am and to live in the resurrection power of the Holy Spirit!

[03/29/21]   Read Mark 12:1-12.
I can always see this text in my mind's eye. I think it's because I grew up on a farm. There was grandpa and grandma's house: a 200-year-old Victorian home in Lounsberry, NY. Grand. Beautiful. Lion, Witch and Wardrobe kind of feel. Spacious rooms. Mini-grand piano. Odd nooks and contours. The place of my childhood play. Then there was the tenant's home my mom, two brothers and I lived in. It was situated behind the main farmhouse. It was a fraction of the size. It was nice but nothing grand to look at. It sat in the shadows. Never intended to be the center or the primary.
Mark 12:1-12 is a parable of wicked tenants. They don't own the farm. They don't even have a claim on the smallest tool, animal, or grape seed. They live on a property that isn't theirs and they have been given responsibility defined by the owner of the farm. They aren't meant to be at the center of things. Yet here in the parable the tenents have run amok with greed and self-aggrandizement. They truly believe their own press and intend to keep the proceeds from the vineyard for themselves (beating and insulting the owner's ambassadors who come to retrieve the owner's proceeds).
Running low on servants, the owner decides to send His one and only Son. "They will respect my Son."
But the tenents, in seeing the Son approach, conspire to seize the Son, kill Him and throw Him out of the vineyard.
As awful as this parable is, it's a reflection of what happened during Holy Week to Jesus. It's what always happens whenever we (the tenents) exalt ourselves and when we debase the Son and His Father.

Challenge: if you could draw an actual landscape of your life, where would you be and where in the drawing would the Lord be? Why?

Prayer: Lord, forgive me for coming to believe that I'm the owner and You're my tenant. Forgive me for turning reality on its head. Remind me again how You are the owner of all things and I am Your servant. Help me to live gratefully humble.

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