Lakeland Community Church
Three or One? The Trinity and the Salvation of People

Three or One? The Trinity and the Salvation of People

May 24, 2020
We finish our short 2-part series on the Trinity by exploring how the Trinity helps us build a better foundation for understanding and appreciating 3 things;  (1) our own salvation, (2) how we relate to one another in this life, and (3) how we relate to God himself!
Three or One? The Trinity and the Reason for Everything

Three or One? The Trinity and the Reason for Everything

May 17, 2020

Does the Trinity seem confusing?  Difficult to keep straight?  Even daunting?  You're definitely not alone, but it doesn't have to be that way!  We'll begin a short, 2-part series on the basics of the Trinity and why it matters.  Part 1 unveils how the existence of everything in the entire universe depends on our seeing and knowing God as three-in-one.

The New Normal: The New Gospel

The New Normal: The New Gospel

May 10, 2020
What gospel fits our world today? When Peter stood up and presented the Christian Gospel for the very first time in Acts chapter two, it changed the world. What was that gospel, and does it still apply to our world? Cultures change and the Gospel changes along with it. Let's connect our world to Peter's world. Pastor Dan Wilburn wraps up his four-part Eastertide series, The New Normal, with an exploration of the gospel for today's pandemic world. 
The New Normal: The Church: “Called, Called In, Called Out”

The New Normal: The Church: “Called, Called In, Called Out”

May 3, 2020

Have you missed church? You may not realize it but there are deep spiritual forces calling us back together.  

Christ calls us INTO the church as our true identity as Christians. The church is what it means to be Christian. Then we, the church, are called OUT, out into the world to be salt and light. Acts chapters one and two reveal what it looks like to be CALLED, CALLED IN, CALLED OUT. 

The New Normal: “Stress and the Need for Sabbath”

The New Normal: “Stress and the Need for Sabbath”

April 26, 2020

We live during a pandemic. Fear of deadly sickness pervades the planet. Yet, there is another fear of not having enough money to live on because of the quarantine. These factors create tremendous stress and anxiety. We are tired of feeling stressed. We experience quarantine fatigue. The answer for all this stress is to embrace Sabbath, the Sabbath rest, a time to not create, a time to live in rhythm and routine. Join us for Sunday service online and embrace the Sabbath rest.