Membership = Partnership
"I thank my God every time I remember you. In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now, being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus."
Why "Partner" instead of "Member"?
At Life Pointe, we use the term “Partner” rather than “Member” because we feel that it more accurately describes the relationship into which the Holy Spirit leads us in the church.
In any joint venture, partners make a mutual investment, accept mutual risk, and experience mutual blessing.
Partners aren’t spectators. They “have skin in the game.”
For that reason, we ask those who choose to become Partners to make a few fundamental commitments contained in something we call the Partnership Promise.
You are free to attend Life Pointe Church without committing to the Promise, but if Life Pointe is your church, we hope that God will lead you to take that step.
What is a Partner?
A Life Pointe Partner is a person who is trusting in Jesus Christ as Savior, who has gone public with their faith by being baptized in water, who is investing their spiritual gifts and personal resources in advancing the mission and vision of Life Pointe Church, and who has been affirmed for Partnership by the Elders of the church.
Consider whether you are in agreement with what we believe and teach.
Consider whether you are personally able to embrace these as your own, and invest with others in advancing this mission.
If you have not gone public with your faith in Christ through baptism since you believed in Him, indicate to the Pastors and Elders that you would like to take this step. Your baptism will be scheduled as soon as possible.
Give active consideration, if you have not already, to where you will commit to serve in the ministry of our church.
Consider whether you can commit to supporting Life Pointe in the ways outlined in the Promise.
Click the button below to fill out the application. Once submitted, you will be contacted to meet with one of our Pastors or Elders and simply share the story of how you came to faith in Jesus.
The Pastor or Elder who meets with you to hear your story will, in turn, either recommend your admission into Partnership to the other Elders or suggest steps for additional growth toward that goal.