Service Times 
We offer multiple services at two locations.
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Upcoming Events
“As For Me & My House”
Couples Fellowship 
Friday, October 18th @ 6:30pm
West Campus 
10310 Potranco Rd.
“Altered at the Altar”
Revival Services
Sunday, October 20th @ 6pm
Monday, October 21st @ 7pm
Southwest Campus
4424 SW Loop 410
Ladies Event
Friday, November 1st @ 7pm
Southwest Campus
4424 SW Loop 410
Recent Teachings

December 2018

“Preparing For The Giants You Face In The New Year”

Listen to this powerful message as Rev. Joe Botello shares with you 5 practical steps; that will prepare you for the giants that you will face in 2019.

“They Call Him Jesus” Series – Prince of Peace

Isaiah prophesied that the Christ will be known as the “Prince of Peace”. People are searching and looking for peace, but cannot find it in the world. Genuine peace is only experienced through Jesus Christ. Whe

“They Call Him Jesus” Series – Everlasting Father

Isaiah foretold the coming of God’s Son, Jesus. He says his name will be called “Everlasting Father”. Jesus

“They Call Him Jesus” Series – Mighty

Pastor continues this Christmas series from Isaiah 9:6, “They Call Him Jesus”. God has given us His Son, Jesus Christ who Isaiah describes

Recent Articles

“Expect More – 2017”

“Enlarge the place of they tent, and let them stretch forth the curtains of thine habitations; spare not, lengthen they cords, and strengthen thy stakes; for thou shalt break forth on the right hand and on the left; and thy seed shall inherit the Gentiles, and make the desolate cities to be inhabited.” -Isaiah 54:2-3

As we turn the calendar page of a new year, the Word of the Lord to Life Church is “Expect More”. God wants to do exceeding above all what we can even think or imagine, but it begins with our level of expectation. The prophet, Isaiah, wrote about a people who experienced spiritual barrenness and dryness. They were searching for meaning and purpose. There was a genuine hunger and thirst for God. In the midst of their cry to God, God spoke to them to expect more by: Enlarging: First, they must enlarge the place of their tent. God wanted to do bigger and better things in their lives. Like Israel, God wants to do greater things in you and His Church. However, to make this a reality we must expect more and enlarge our capacity for God. We must have a sincere hunger and thirst for Him in our lives and in our church. As we enlarge our place for God, He will speak things into your spirit as you believe and expect Him for bigger things. Stretching:

Not only must we enlarge our capacity for God, but secondly, we must stretch forth the curtains. This means we must expand our influences. Everyone of us has a sphere of influence. Let us influence our community by showing concern for others and expanding our circle of love to be inclusive rather than exclusive. Our community-Valley Hi and the Potranco area-needs us to be a Godly influence of holiness and righteousness. We cannot afford to sit backAllowing the enemy to reek havoc upon our communities. We must rise up and expect more of God’s anointing on our lives and stretch forth our cords to influence those around us. Strengthening: Finally, Isaiah says to strengthen our stakes. This refers to stretching our faith and commitment: stretching our faith to believe God for the impossible; stretching ourselves in prayer, worship, service, and giving. After all, God blesses the church and believer that willingly offers himself as a living sacrifice. God has given the divine directive for us to enlarge our tent and expect more from Him as He enables us. Throughout this month, seek God as to how He would have you enlarge your tent-your capacity for God, stretching forth your curtains, influencing those around you in a positive way, and strengthening the stakes-the commitment you will make to God be what He wants you to be and expect more from Him. When we enlarge the place of our tent, stretch forth the curtains of influence, and strengthen the stakes of faith and commitment, we will see the spiritually desolate communities of San Antonio come to life with the presence of God. We will see spiritual blind eyes open, and those who are captive set free. As we look ahead throughout the beginning of January, let us endeavor to expect more as we enlarge our tent. Of course, enlarging our tent takes a step of faith and commitment. God has made a promise to us as we follow Him in enlarging our tent, we will break forth on the right and the left and God will gives us an inheritance of souls. Let’s join together, expect more, and enlarge God’s tent! Expect More in 2017! With Love, Pastor Terry & Tina Richardson