Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ. ~ Galatians 6:2
Covenant MembershipConnecting with one another Biblically
Our goal at LHBC is to create an environment that fosters discipleship, both corporately and individually. Christ gave us the command to make mature followers of Him in Matthew 28:19-20. We do this through the process of discipleship. Discipleship takes time, effort, and a willingness to engage with one another in a much deeper commitment than simply worshiping together on Sunday.
Scripture is full of “one-another” passages that show us that this deep relationship is one of commitment not just to Christ but a commitment to one-another within the body to obey what Christ taught and to hold one-another accountable to the same. This type of commitment is what God used in Acts 2 to add to the church daily. At LHBC, we’ve chosen to formalize how the Bible says we should live as individuals and relate to one another within the body in a Church Covenant.
By joining as a Covenant Member of LHBC, you are promising to seek to live the way Christ desires us to live and accepting the responsibility to hold each of us accountable to Christ’s teachings as well.
LHBC Church Covenant
Furthermore, we will strive for personal growth in our relationship with Christ; to pursue obedience regarding biblical family roles: as parents, bringing up our children in the discipline and instruction of the Lord; as husbands, loving our wives as Christ loved the Church, as wives in submitting willingly and lovingly to the headship of our husbands, and as children both obeying and honoring our parents. We will strive to live Christ-like lives as we carry out our Lord’s great commission by evangelizing and discipling within our spheres of influence. We covenant to do these things with the help of the Lord and for His glory.
How can I covenant with LHBC?
Those seeking to join in Covenant Membership should contact one of the Elders to begin the process of Covenanting together with LHBC.
Use the Contact Us page if you are not able to contact an Elder directly.
There are many ways that we communicate opportunities to do the work of the ministry within the body of Christ.
Some communication is done through our small groups called Life Groups. Other communication is sent via Email and Facebook.
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You can also stay up-to-date with our church calendar.