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Lakeline

12124 Ranch Road 620 N Austin, TX 78750

Service Times:

9:00AM & 10:45AM

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Steiner Ranch

4310 North Quinlan Park Rd., Austin, TX 78732

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9:00AM & 10:45AM

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Leander

1303 Leander Drive Leander, TX 78641

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9:00AM & 10:45AM

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Do you have a story of how Jesus has changed your life? We would love to hear how you've been transformed!

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Joel's Story
Nov 20 7:06 PM

Joel's Story

Nov 20 7:06 PM
Nov 20 7:06 PM

One small act of kindness led to change in Joel's life, and now he works to change others and show the love of Jesus to the world.

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Laura's Story
Nov 11 7:57 AM

Laura's Story

Nov 11 7:57 AM
Nov 11 7:57 AM

Laura moved to Texas in 2019, and was left stranded with U-Haul. She found a job in Austin and moved with her family to the Texas Baptist Children's Home. Hill Country Bible Church was able to step up and help to help, and now she is on her journey to become a domestic violence counselor. Watch her full story here!

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Unplanned Pregnancy
Oct 14 9:19 AM

Unplanned Pregnancy

Oct 14 9:19 AM
Oct 14 9:19 AM

Ashly was 20 years old and faced with an unplanned pregnancy. She was met with the grace and love of Jesus Christ. You can watch her story here!

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Rachel's Story - Trusting God
Aug 15 11:28 AM

Rachel's Story - Trusting God

Aug 15 11:28 AM
Aug 15 11:28 AM

My dad had heart problems as a kid, but to see them resurface so violently that Christmas was horrifying. We went to a doctor in Houston, who told us they had to wait to operate until his heart was failing. We went home to wait until he was dying. Even world-class doctors warned us that success was unlikely. During one of countless surgeries, the surgeons lost his pulse.

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Bags of Grace
May 20 8:38 AM

Bags of Grace

May 20 8:38 AM
May 20 8:38 AM

Our sons and I were on our way to Sam’s Club for groceries that day in October 2003.  As usual, we were stopped by the traffic light at 183 & McNeil. And as usual, there stood a street person holding a cardboard sign.  Years ago I would have rather run over him than help him.  That’s not something I’m proud of, but it’s true.  Most likely I would have gone out of my way to avoid that intersection all together because of the likelihood that ‘he’ would be there. But that was then. God has since removed that dark spot from my heart and replaced it with the light of Christ. 

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