Lifehouse will be temporarily suspending all formal in-person gatherings as we respond to the COVID-19 crisis. As we navigate these unique challenges, we will be posting our church services online for each of us to participate from our own homes. If you missed our Facebook Live stream please visit our "Sermons" page to view the latest Sunday Worship Service.
Lifehouse has a new pastor! We welcome Justin, Amy, Liam, Zayden, Declan and Rowan!
Justin and Amy Rupple have been married for 12 years and have 4 young boys: Liam (8), Zayden (6), Declan (4), and Rowan (2). Their home is full of Legos, matchbox cars, trains, and costumes. Their boys have been their greatest gift but also the greatest challenge that God has used to bring transformation. This is especially true of Zayden, their special needs son, who was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called Smith Magenis Syndrome when he was just two weeks old. Zayden’s smiles, laughs, and hugs bring such deep joy and his wild tantrums can bring such deep pain. God has taken them on a journey to discover just how intertwined physical, emotional, relational, and spiritual health are.
They are passionate about cultivating a home and a community where health and healing are top priority, creating an environment for God to bring deep transformation that truly changes lives.
Upon receiving the call to pastoral ministry in high school, Justin attended Biola University graduating with a degree in Biblical Studies. Following God’s leading, Amy transferred to Life Pacific College to complete a B.A. in Biblical Studies. Justin & Amy have been serving at The Bridge in Rancho Santa Margarita for over 15 years. Justin joined the pastoral staff in 2010 as the small groups and administrative pastor. In 2015, Justin and Amy became campus pastors as they launched The Bridge’s first extension campus in Mission Viejo.
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"Life Together" seems like an enigma in today's non-stop culture, yet it is our church's motto. It is so easy to get distracted by life's demands that we ignore our need to be connected to other people and our God. The goal of Lifehouse Foursquare is to create deep, meaningful relationships with the Lord and with one another that will carry us beyond the walls of our meeting place.
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