Dear LifeParker,

Over the last few months I have shared with you about the blessings God has poured out on The Church at LifePark since the doors opened in March 2010; more than 700 baptisms; more than 100 current LifeGroups; more than 500 children and youth coming through the doors every Sunday. We’re often running out seats and our neighbors keep coming.

I have also shared with you the burden I have for the lost in our community-  it is estimated over 70,000 people in Mount Pleasant are unchurched. We believe God is positioning us to reach more of them, now and in the years to come. Over the next three weeks we will cast vision for growth at The Church at LifePark and ask you to join us in the work.

This vision for future ministry requires Making Room for More. By expanding our campus, we anticipate creating more capacity for adults and students to hear the gospel; more space for our kids to connect and build meaningful relationships. Ultimately, making room for more hope; more healing; more baptism celebrations; more lives transformed for eternity. The enclosed materials dig deeper into our story and the ministry impact we anticipate with an expanded campus.

To date, the LifePark family has joyfully followed the leading of God’s Spirit and pledged over $3 million. We are confident that the pledges that arrive over the next 10 days will put us over the goal $4.5 million goal established by our feasibility study last year.

Would you prayerfully consider making a sacrificial gift over the next three years, above your regular offering, to help Make Room for More at LifePark?

The opportunity stands before each of us with the Making Room for More Capital Campaign. Enter in the joy of giving sacrificially by communicating your intentions through the enclosed pledge card. Drop your pledge in the offering plate on Sunday or mail it to the church office prior to April 25.

On Sunday, April 29, we will celebrate the conclusion of the Making Room for More Capital Campaign and the generous response of the LifePark family.