Reckless generosity in action ... While we enjoy the sunshine and great temperatures in the Low Country, thousands are without drinking water in the mid and upstate of South Carolina. As the devastating flood waters recede, South Carolinians are without water to drink, without power, and without hope. Taylor's Quality Landscaping Supply, owned by Live Oakers Gerrick and Danna Taylor have been stepping up all week to bring hope by providing drinking water. Their goal is to raise $50,000 to purchase water, with TQLS and others driving truckloads of water to those in need. If you'd like to join in the relief effort, you can donate through a Go Fund Me campaign HERE. Let's step up Live Oak ...


THIS SUNDAY, come out and enjoy an afternoon of food and hanging out! Live Oak will provide the location and drinks, everyone else provides the fun, food, frisbees, fellowship, and friends!

WHAT: Live Oak Church Picnic
WHERE: Community Center at Oscar Frazier Park (click for directions)
WHEN: This Sunday from 1 to 4
WHY: Why not?

(Make sure to bring your favorite dishes ... and bring enough to share with others!)


Looking for a place to get started at Live Oak? THIS IS IT! Sign up for the Launch Class, this Monday night, from 6:30 to 8:30


Ladies, are you ready to revolutionize your prayer life forever? The Sacred Echo explores how often, when God speaks, He will echo the same message through a sermon, a passage of Scripture, a chance conversation, or an unexpected encounter. When we begin looking for these sacred echoes, we are better able to recognize God's voice in our life and walk more confidently in the fullness of all God has for us. Sign up for one of TWO options beginning this week: Tuesday nights, or Thursday mornings.


Information from last week's worship services
(2015 Averages in parenthesis):

Attendance: 269  (267)
Giving: $27,457  ($8,471)
BIG Vision Total: $209,151  (70%)

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