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A Hard Road

Faithfulness is more than a marriage word.

Faithfulness is a dad who coaches his daughter’s little league team.

Faithfulness is putting in the hours at work when you could skip out and go home early.

When a friend calls you in the middle of the night and you talk through it, that is faithfulness.

Sure, faithfulness is putting in the work on your marriage but it is so much more than that.

Faithfulness is a way of life.

Hosea was a man of God who learned the hard way about faithfulness to your wife, your friends, your nation and your God - spend several weeks discovering what he learned about faithfulness.


Ever have a thought stuck in your head? Annoying, anxious thoughts play on repeat, keeping you up at night and stealing your peace. If the answer is yes, you're not alone. But good news, there’s hope - identifying and replacing these soundtracks can go a long way in supporting your mental health and changing your life.

Built to Last

In David's last teaching series as senior pastor, we're going to look back over his last 3 decades of ministry at LCBC and what we can learn about living a life of enduring purpose. Go behind the scenes with content you can explore that will help you learn from conversations about what it means to be Built to Last.

Walking Away: The Journey of Abraham

How do we live in the world without being defined by the world? The story of Abraham is a story of walking away from everything with which he was familiar. Following Jesus holds the same tension – this series is about that tension – of living in our culture without being of our culture.

Living with Lions

2,600 years ago a man named Daniel was captured and forced to live in the hostile, godless nation of Babylon. If you think our culture is bad, his was worse. But he was able to thrive in the midst of the pressure, staying faithful to God and growing in influence. What can we learn from Daniel to help us in our world today?

At the Movies Extended Cut

Take a seat and enjoy behind-the-scenes conversations with our teachers in At The Movies Extended Cut. In these talks, speakers discuss why they chose their film and give more insights into how these movies can help us do life well.

Summer Reading

Take advantage of the summer sun to catch up on some reading. Select from one of six best-selling novels and unpack the content with friends, a group or a book club, using discussion guides that will help you connect the content to your faith. Each Summer Reading study lasts six weeks.

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What Was I Thinking?

To reach your full potential, you can’t play it safe. Avoiding risk leads to a mediocre life. But foolish risks may destroy your life’s work and legacy. So how can you be sure you won’t end up asking yourself, what was I thinking? Check out these behind-the-scenes conversations of What Was I Thinking? with David Ashcraft.

The Four People You Meet at a Crucifixion

As Jesus drew near to the cross, there were critical moments and crucial decisions made that set things in motion that would lead to Jesus’ death. This study looks at four people - Pilate, Judas, Jesus and Peter - and their unique part to play in the crucifixion. Understanding their perspectives will help us walk more closely with Jesus.

For The One

Jesus has always been for the one. Pausing, listening, looking for the one who feels unworthy, broken, rejected. His mission is unrelentingly set on rescue. And he invites us to join him. So let’s discuss our role in that rescue.

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