A Community of Global Ministries

Building. Broadening. Bridging.

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Our Vision

LifePoint Ministries' vision is to build healthy individuals and churches, broaden our borders to at least 75% of the counties in the state of Georgia, and create ways of bridging people to Jesus.  We do this by providing leadership development opportunities, church planting essentials, and connecting others to resources for discipleship growth.

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Building Healthy Individuals & Churches

Mentoring Leaders

In partnership with the IPHC, we offer spiritual development and growth for credentialed ministers through strategic mentoring relationships. Learn more...

Coaching Churches

In partnership with healthy, growing, multiplying churches, we provide leadership development and models that are reinforced by systems and strategies to produce healthy, growing churches. Learn more...


Broadening Our Borders


It is our desire to unite people together in prayer for the nations, promote a broader knowledge of missions, and challenge all generations to participate in what God is doing around the world. Learn more...

Arise 2033

Jesus is calling His church to ARISE, to be the salt of the earth and to be the light in the midst of darkness. Join us as we multiply our presence around the state of Georgia and beyond. Learn more...

Bridging People to Jesus


We strive to assist churches and pastors with the resources and support needed to lead others in a relationship with Christ. We also offer events which encourage believers in their Christian walk. Learn more...


It is our desire to offer opportunities for people to connect with a local church or ministry and provide avenues in which they can develop their personal relationship with Christ. Learn more...

From the Blog

Your “A” Game Through Digital Communication

July 9th, 2020

Solomon, a very wise man in his day, knew the importance of good communication. Proverbs 18:21 NLT says, “The tongue can bring death or life; those who love to talk will reap the consequences.” Good or bad, we will reap the results of how we communicate. Successful businesses even recognize the need for good communication….


June 5th, 2020

All of us are faced with unique challenges that we have never experience before. This is true in the home, work place, and in the church. Questions like “Do I wear a mask when I shop in the local market place” to “when do we reopen the doors of our churches” are being asked. We…


May 8th, 2020

For many of us online meetings have become the new norm, at least for now. I’m encouraged that so many leaders have adapted to this new way of ministry. I believe that the use of online tools in our local churches should continue and can benefit us greatly. Online ministry can be fun, frustrating, and…

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