Thursdays | 7 pm | Warehouse 45
For childcare email rachelmc@lakepointe.org

College Life Groups

Saturdays 7:15 pm | A230 | Anthony
Saturdays 7:15 pm | Annex C | Chaffin & Fink
Sundays 9:30 am | Rm. 105 | Cash & Morris
Sundays 11:00 am | A230 | Farrell & King

FEB 11

college hot topic: relationships matter

Starts February 11 (4 week class) | Sundays @ 11:00 am | A230

This 4 week class will help college and young adults be intentional in building relationships that will grow and challenge you, and help achieve your goals.  We will discuss how to develop meaningful relationships in every aspect of life.  This class will be taught by Nate King and Collin Farrell.



Sunday, March 4 | 4:30 – 9 pm | Galleria Ice Skating Center | $10

Join us for a fun night with friends including Broomball and dinner.  Meet at 4:30 pm under the covered parking at LPC Rockwall to carpool or meet us at 6 pm at the Galleria.  Bring $10 for Broomball, and money for dinner after.

MAR 9-14


March 9 – 14 | Pasadena, California

We are excited to take a team to Pasadena California to work with one of our new church plants Unite Church.  We will help them host an open mic night, set up and tear down for their weekly church service, serve at a local charity they are building a relationship with, and hang some door hangers advertising their Easter Service.  The cost of the trip is $900.  We will leave after regular work hours on Friday and return on Wednesday leaving you time to enjoy a 4 day weekend for Spring Break.  Register Here Now!



Every Other Wednesday | Various Locations | 7-9 pm

Join your Ignite community every other Wednesday for games and other fun activities.  Check the Facebook pages for locations and sports for each week.  

Upcoming Dates
    • Ignite Sports Ball is currently on break

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Nate King

When I returned home, after four years of honorable service in the Marine Corps, I had grown apart from all of my friends. I started going to church with my grandparents, but I would just sit in the service and then go to lunch with my family. Thankfully, my Grandmother knew I needed Christian community, so she pestered me about going to the college ministry until I relented. It was uncomfortable at first. I was afraid I would have nothing in common with the people in the ministry. I am so glad my Grandmother encouraged me to go. The people in that college group pushed me to discover my passion for ministry. I met my wife, Heather, in that group of friends, and now we have three children together. The challenges of leading in that community stoked my desire to learn and grow into my pursuit of a Master’s Degree in Ministry from Criswell College. It is because of the transformative impact of that college ministry that I now have such a passion for calling young adults into community, growth and purpose.