© 2019 Liberty Church Arab

OUR LEADERSHIP TEAM

Keith & Kellie Hodges
Founder & Senior Pastor
Curtis & Diane Snider
Administrative Pastor
Pastor Rick & Dusty Laster
Celebrate Recovery
Steven & Jennifer Allison
Worship Leaders
Jim & Anita Posvar
Finance Administrator
Forrest & Lisa VanSandt
Education Administrator

THREE WORSHIP EXPERIENCES

TRADITIONAL

WORSHIP

8am Service Time

9:30am Service Time

11am Service Time

BLENDED

WORSHIP

CONTEMPORARY

WORSHIP

The Next Steps

CONNECTION TRACK

It all begins with the Connection Track. God has an incredible purpose for your life, and the Liberty Connection Track is designed to help you connect with that purpose.

 

On the Connections Track, you will spend four Sundays diving into what it looks like to “Follow Jesus”, “Connect to the Church”, “Discover your Purpose” and then “Make a Difference with your Life”.

 

The Connection Track happens every month, starting with Step One on the first Sunday of the month, followed by Step 2, Step 3 and Step 4 on each consecutive Sunday thereafter.

 

We invite you to jump in at any time. (No need to do them in order   These classes will help guide you through the essential steps that every believer needs to take to become a fully-devoted follower of Christ, including the opportunity to be water baptized.

The Connection Track encourages you to accomplish three things:

 

(1) connect to a ministry of your choice
(2) begin to serve, and
(3) connect, into a small group.

 

Liberty’s Connection Track is designed to help connect you to God’s purpose for your life. Secondly to introduce you to the Liberty Church Vision and Mission.

 

You will invest four Sundays exploring what it looks like to “Follow” Jesus—

 

STEP ONE, “FOLLOW JESUS” - 1st Sunday of each month

 

STEP TWO, “CONNECT to LIBERTY” 2nd Sunday of Each Month

 

STEP THREE, "DISCOVER YOUR PURPOSE”- 3rd Sunday of Each Month

 

STEP FOUR, SERVE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE - 4th Sunday of Each Month

 

Starting @ 11am in the Cafe

Our Vision

REACHING OUT & RAISING UP

Liberty Church is committed to making this community a better place to live and raise a family, by addressing and ministering to the greatest areas of need and brokenness. When the broken are healed and real needs are met, the entire community becomes stronger and better. This happens at Liberty through:

 

Celebrate Recovery services that provide a safe place for hurts, habits, and hang-ups to be healed and overcome. 

 

Discipleship ministries that equip people to find freedom from their past hope for their future and empowerment for today, along with small groups that provide care, connection and consistent growth in your relationship with God.  

 

Local outreach ministries that help those who are struggling financially, spiritually or relationally. 

Mission ministry opportunities to share the gospel in this community and around the world. 

 

Excellent, safe, fun-filled learning environments for your children to know God and grow in their relationship with Him. 

 

High energy, high impact youth ministries that empower your young person to overcome the daily challenges of teenage life and equips them for the next level of life. 

 

Sunday morning worship experiences that provide modern worship, practical messages that apply to your daily life and genuine encounters with God. 

 

When you connect to Liberty Church, you become a part of the solution and make our community a better, safer, healthier place to live. 

Our Mission

TO WIN SOULS, MAKE DISCIPLES,
DESTROY THE WORKS OF THE DEVIL

 

  • To lift up the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all men may be drawn to Him and be saved.

 

But I, when I am lifted up from the earth, will draw all men to myself (John 12:32)

 

  • To minister the healing of Jesus Christ to the hurting and helpless.

 

"The spirit of the Lord is on me, because He has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to release the oppressed, to proclaim the year of the Lords favor." (Luke 4:18-19)

 

  • To do so without regard to social, ethnic, or outward appearance.

 

Then Peter began to speak; "I now realize how true it is that God does not show favoritism but accepts men from every nation who fear Him and do what is right." (Acts 10:34)

 

  • To nurture and equip one another in the love of God, that we may be like-minded with Him, fully matured in the faith and prepared for every good work.

 

... to prepare God's people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ. (Ephesians 4:12-14)

 

  • To worship God in Spirit and Truth, following His leadership in all that we do without regard to tradition, denomination or praise of men.

 

God is spirit and His worshipers must worship in spirit and in truth (John 4:24)

 

* all Scripture copied from New International Version Bible