“TOUCH HEAVEN IN TWO THOUSAND ELEVEN.”

God blessed us richly last year. We began some new things, dusted off some old ones, and hundreds of people were saved, filled with the Holy Spirit, or established more solidly in their walk with God.
It was a spiritually uplifting year for us all. Pastor Phil began the year by declaring that we would “touch heaven in two thousand eleven.” And that it would be a year for us to reach out, dig deeper, and look higher.


2011 highlights

Mirror 2 class taping

From January-April, Pastor Kari Vance taught a reboot of the LFF classic “Mirror 2”. Over 200 students of all ages took part in the class, which was taped in high definition for use in future years.

 

Easter Sunday all-community brunch

The entire town was invited to our annual Easter presentation, which this year included an amazing buffet brunch! We served breakfast to the whole town as we welcomed Christians and non-Christians, young and old, well-off and needy friends and neighbors.

Work parties, grounds improvement

This year, we began a multi-year plan to re-vitalize our grounds and beautify our area of Pullman. We began by removing some old landscaping on the corner of Grand Ave and Crestview in preparation for our new digital sign. We also finished preparing a new lawn on the vacant land north of the Worship Center, and began demotion work on the old South Grand Apartments.

Summer Retreats

Our 7th annual Men’s Retreat returned to the Snake River for three days of hiking, shooting, rafting, paintballing, and most of all…steak! The women retreated to north Idaho for a “Girlfriend’s Getaway”, and enjoyed plenty of fellowship and spiritual refreshing.

The BIG WEEKEND

Installation of South Grand Digital Sign

After five years of saving and sacrificial giving, God gave us a sign! People driving through the core of downtown Pullman now have an attractive and classy way to learn about church life at LFF.

7th annual Drive-Thru Nativity

Our 7th annual Drive-Thru Nativity featured over 100 actors and volunteers, four parking lots full of sets, props, and live animals, and one dozen stations – all telling the story of Jesus!



 

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