Lifespring Christian Church

Joining God in Restoring a Broken World
Join us for worship this Sunday at 8:45, 10:00 or 11:15 a.m.
We meet on Galbraith Road between Finneytown and North College Hill.

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Our mission is to love and lead you—no matter where you are—one step closer to Jesus. At Lifespring, we believe you have a purpose and a plan. We want to help you see the power of God at work through us  both individually and collectively.

We truly are better together.


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Kids

Partnering with parents to help kids grow to love God and love people.

Students

Helping students in grades 7—12 discover God’s plan for their lives.

Groups

Meeting on Sunday or during the week, Small Groups help you find a place to belong.

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There is a lot going on at Lifespring! Check out our calendar.

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The View From My Seat | February 9—February 23

As followers of Jesus we will often look past those who truly need help. The immigrant family from down the road; the single mother of three in your child’s class; the minority being treated like an outcast at work—they all have at least one thing in common: according to Jesus, they ARE our neighbors. The Bible is clear that the church is to advocate for the poor and the marginalized in the world. Two things come up over and over in Scripture: we are to care for their needs and pursue justice. Make no mistake, we are not to neglect spiritual needs for social ones, neither are we to neglect social needs for those who are spiritual. But somehow along the way we have placed these two areas in opposition to one another. Christ demonstrated care for the whole person, body and spirit. In this series, we will be looking at what God says about how to act justly, love mercy, and to walk humbly.
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As followers of Jesus we will often look past those who truly need help. The immigrant family from down the road; the single mother of three in your child’s class; the minority being treated like an outcast at work—they all have at least one thing in common: according to Jesus, they ARE our neighbors. The Bible is clear that the church is to advocate for the poor and the marginalized in the world. Two things come up over and over in Scripture: we are to care for their needs and pursue justice. Make no mistake, we are not to neglect spiritual needs for social ones, neither are we to neglect social needs for those who are spiritual. But somehow along the way we have placed these two areas in opposition to one another. Christ demonstrated care for the whole person, body and spirit. In this series, we will be looking at what God says about how to act justly, love mercy, and to walk humbly.