Groups to encourage fellowship, discipleship and study...

Lifegroups are small groups of believers within the church that meet to deepen each others relationships with Christ and the body. Meetings typically occur once a week and are each very different. We encourage every attender at Lifepoint to get involved with a Lifegroup!

Lifegroup Questions

Bruce Hutchins

Sunday Nights at 7:00pm 6370 Zircon Ave. Alta Loma, CA 91701 (909) 938-8723

Scot Myers

Study for the Deaf Sunday Mornings at 8:00am In the Large Classroom (909) 496-1462

Andrew and Mari Fausel

Monday Nights at 6:30pm 5054 Solitude Ct. Alta Loma, 91737 (909) 579-9747

Kristen Schmidt

The Y.A.R.D. Tuesday Nights at 6:30pm In the sanctuary (909) 218-6889

Victor and Caroline Trujillo

Tuesday Nights at 7:00pm 1753 North Solano Ave. Ontario, CA 91764 (626) 646-8207

Bernie and Sylvia Braunwalder

Saturday Mornings at 7:00am In the large classroom (909) 224-9943


Remember the Foundation You're Built On - Kevin Johnston

It is estimated there are over 2 billion Christians today and that is great!

But, those 2 billion Christians are divided into over 45,000 different denominations, 45,000 denominations of Christianity.

Here at Lifepoint, we are putting an emphasis on our community because the local church is important and it is vital.

This week, we get to work through a new study together getting back to our Foundations Built on Christ.


Getting to Know One Another:


What type of foundation should the Church be standing? Why?
How does the flesh lead us astray? How do we combat the temptations of the flesh? 
In 1 Corinthians verse 2, the word for church here is ekklēsia.

Why is that word important? What does it tell us about how the Christian church should be?




Getting to Know the Word:

What do you think was the importance behind the Apostle Paul writing the letter to the Corinthian church?



Read 1 Corinthians 4-8. How are these words encouraging to any believer? 



The end of 1 Corinthians 8 says believers will be blameless on the day of our Lord Jesus Christ. What does that mean to the believer? How does that encourage to reach the world and spread the gospel?

Getting to Know God: 

Like the church in Corinth, what does God want us to remember to do as believers when we are bombarded by the things / temptations of the world?
Is God’s grace limited? How do we know God’s grace is extended to everyone who believes? 




Read 1 Corinthians 1:9. How does this remind us of God’s promises? How do we know those promises will come true?
What did I learn this week that I can put to use in my own life?