Life Point Church is a non-denominational and dynamic church that offers relevant teaching and rocking music as part of each and every service. Typically an hour and 5 minutes long, our services feature something for everyone. Get ready to experience church in a whole new way!
At Life Point we believe every person can have a growing relationship with Christ. No matter your background, past, age, accomplishments or failures, our purpose is to help connect you to God’s plans for your life. We want to help you know God, find freedom, discover your purpose and make a difference.
The Life Point Story
Pastor Danny Rivers and wife, Rachel opened the doors of Life Point for the first time at Giant Steps Learning Center in San Antonio, Texas on Easter Sunday, 2008. Seventy-two individuals were present for our first service. Since that landmark date, we have welcomed hundreds of new faces, many of which now call Life Point home. We currently meet in a building on the campus of the Latin American Bible Institute (no affiliation), at the corner of Braun Road and FM 1560, (we face Braun Road.) God has blessed our ministry and in the near future, Life Point plans to build a new church campus just down the road on our new property to accommodate our rapidly growing church family.
At all of our services, you can expect:
- Fresh coffee and a warm welcome
- A service that lasts about 65 minutes
- Energetic music led by a band
- A 35-minute teaching based on the Bible
- A place just for kids, with age-specific lessons about God (3 months – 6th grade)
- Opportunities to meet people and make new friends
- Dress comfortably – however you look, you’ll fit right in. You won’t have any pressure to give money, or do anything with which you’re uncomfortable – we simply want to share our experience with you.
Pastor Danny Rivers
Danny Rivers is 40-something, born and raised in San Antonio. He’s lucky enough to have married Rachel and blessed to be the father of two girls, Noelle Grace and Naomi Kate. Before starting Life Point, he spent 14 years as a student pastor to groups in San Antonio, Mississippi, and Houston, Texas. He loves the Spurs and the Cowboys and he’s a total has-been basketball player. He reads like a single librarian and aspires to be the American version of the Croc Hunter (R.I.P. Stevo). He regularly grabs snakes (not in a crazy, religious ceremony kind of way), eels, sting-rays, and the occasional shark. If he weren’t preaching, he’d like to be a celebrity chef on the Food Network.