Current Series

Voices of Lakeview

The Start of Something New

This week we begin Advent - a time when we anticipate, wait, and prepare our hearts to welcome the coming of our Savior. We truly believe that Advent is a “great place to start.”  Advent is a time of new beginnings for the life of the church. It can be a new beginning for you in your spiritual life with Jesus. Advent is a great place to start anew as you center your life around Jesus, his birth, life, death, and resurrection.

Genesis Part 2, Counting Stars: Living into the Blessings of God

In Genesis 15, God told a guy named Abram that his descendants would be as numerous as the stars in the sky. That is a lot of people, and the cool thing is that it includes you and me! This series we will be taking a look at the call of Abraham and examining the beginnings of our faith.


Genesis is a book of new beginnings, do-overs, and a reminder of God’s goodness and faithfulness throughout the ages and to all people.  As we dive into Genesis, we will lean into the beautiful truth that Jesus was there in the beginning and that he is still with us today, teaching, calling, and drawing us close to him.

Sabbatical Learnings

Evan will be focusing on the difference between being tired and being restless.  Jesus invited Evan to wrestle with the difference between these two as he spent lots of time in Matthew 11, specifically verse 28 which says, "Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest."

Vital Essentials

During this series we are going to encourage and challenge you, as the church, to live into three "vital essentials" needed for us to live into our vision at Lakeview.

Paul's Letter to the Philippians

Question for you: wouldn’t it be great if you had a “playbook” that you can go to in the face of an any life circumstance?  In his letter to the church in Philippi, the Apostle Paul offers a “Whatever Happens” guide for us to use in any circumstance.