Lighthouse Christian Fellowship (LCF) is a life group church. It has life groups gathering weekly to cultivate a growing relationship with God and a deeper knowledge of God’s Word.
Life Group is a life-changing gathering of people who long to know the love and will of the Father. A meeting of different people with different problems, different desires, different lifestyles and from different walks of life. Busy Professionals. Hopeless Students. Struggling Businessmen. Anxious Wives. Discouraged Fathers. Unloved Sons/Daughters. All share the same yearning to taste and experience the life-transforming love of God. They gather to talk about overcoming the complexities of life and living through its beauty and purpose. Life Group, at its core, is the basic foundation to start a love relationship with the Lover of our soul, Jesus Christ.
There are two kinds of life groups at Lighthouse: Open life groups and Leaders’ life groups. Open life groups meet for the primary purpose of winning the members’ friends, siblings, co-workers, business associates, or classmates to the Lord. They are called ‘Open’ life groups because the group is open to new people joining at any time. In fact, life group members are encouraged to invite new people every week to attend the life group meeting. Open life groups also serve the purpose of fellowship and spiritual instruction and support.
Leaders’ life groups are composed of people who are leading life groups. Leaders’ life groups are ‘closed life groups’ in the sense that they are designed to provide more intensive teaching, mentoring, and spiritual care to people who are already leading their own life groups. Only life group leaders are part of the leaders’ life groups. It helps the life group leaders become more effective and fruitful as leaders and servants of God.
“Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another–and all the more as you see the Day approaching.”
“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.”