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  • Vivid Church | Lexington, SC

    JOIN US ON SUNDAY AT 9:00 AM or 11:00 AM AT VIVID CHURCH>>> VISIT VIVID CHURCH LASTEST MESSAGE > > > THIS SUNDAY IF YOU MISSED SERVICE, WE'VE GOT YOU COVERED MEET OUR LEAD >>>>> Allen and Amanda are your classic southern high school sweethearts. Both of them, feeling a deep call to live out the great commission, left home and attended college at SAGU in Texas. They are a lively, driven, full-of-life couple who follow Jesus unwaveringly. This led them to planting a church in Lexington, SC where they currently reside with their three beautiful girls. MORE ABOUT PASTORS Next Steps Next Steps is the first Sunday of each month from 5-7pm @ Vivid HQ. You get a chance to learn about the heart and vision of Vivid Church, meet the staff, and see how you can connect to a serve team. Food & childcare provided. REGISTER Man Night You are invited to Man Night Friday March 24! There will be food trucks, hungry man eating competition and a corn hole competition. The night will end with some powerful worship and a special message from Guest Speaker Author & Pastor Michael Carlton! Don't miss out on a great night! REGISTER NEW SERIES A FOUR WEEK STUDY ON THE BOOK OF JAME

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  • 21 Days Of Prayer | Vivid Church | Lexington, SC

    A House of Prayer We are so excited to start off the new year with 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting as we get into alignment with what the Lord has in store. Join us from January 9th - 29th as we prepare our hearts and connect with God as a church family. WAYS TO FAST DEVOTIONAL What is fasting? A biblical fast can be defined as simply abstaining from food for spiritual purposes. It was encouraged and expected by Jesus that believers would fast (Matt. 6:17-18, Matt. 9:15). Many abstain from food, television and other forms of entertainment during this time and spend that time drawing closer to God instead. What makes this time of fasting rich is by using the time to pray, read the Bible and worship God. Simply said – if fasting is not coupled with prayer and Bible reading it’s simply a diet. Prepare Yourself Physically: Fasting requires reasonable precautions. Consult your physician first, especially if you take prescription medication or have a chronic ailment. Some persons should never fast without professional supervision. Physical preparation makes the drastic change in your eating routine a little easier so that you can turn your full attention to the Lord in prayer. Do not rush into your fast. Prepare your body. Eat smaller meals before starting a fast. Avoid high-fat and sugary foods. Eat raw fruit and vegetables for two days before starting a fast. Avoid drugs, even natural herbal drugs and homeopathic remedies. Medication should be withdrawn only with your physician’s supervision. Limit your activity. Exercise only moderately. Walk one to three miles each day if convenient and comfortable. Rest as much as your schedule will permit. Prepare yourself for temporary mental discomforts, such as impatience, crankiness, and anxiety. Expect some physical discomforts, especially on the second day. You may have fleeting hunger pains, dizziness, or the “blahs.” Withdrawal from caffeine and sugar may cause headaches. Physical annoyances may also include weakness, tiredness, or sleeplessness. The first two or three days are usually the hardest. As you continue to fast, you will likely experience a sense of well-being both physically and spiritually. However, should you feel hunger pains, increase your liquid intake. Put Yourself on a Schedule For maximum spiritual benefit, set aside ample time to be alone with the Lord. Listen for His leading. The more time you spend with Him, the more meaningful your fast will be. Morning Before work Begin your day in praise and worship. Read and meditate on God’s Word. Invite the Holy Spirit to work in you to will and to do His good pleasure according to Philippians 2:13. Invite God to use you. Ask Him to show you how to influence your world, your family, your church, your community, your country, and beyond. Pray for His vision for your life and empowerment to do His will. Noon – Lunch break Return to prayer and God’s Word. Take a short prayer walk. Spend time in intercessory prayer for your community’s and nation’s leaders, for the world’s unreached millions, for your family or special needs. Evening Get alone for an unhurried time of “seeking His face.” If others are fasting with you, meet together for prayer. Avoid television or any other distraction that may dampen your spiritual focus. When possible, begin and end each day on your knees with your spouse for a brief time of praise and thanksgiving to God. Longer periods of time with our Lord in prayer and study of His Word are often better spent alone. A dietary routine is vital as well. Dr. Julio C. Ruibal – a nutritionist, pastor, and specialist in fasting and prayer – suggests a daily schedule and list of juices you may find useful and satisfying. Modify this schedule and the drinks you take to suit your circumstances and tastes. 5 a.m. – 8 a.m. Fruit juices, preferably freshly squeezed or blended and diluted in 50 percent distilled water if the fruit is acid. Apple, pear, grapefruit, papaya, watermelon, or other fruit juices are generally preferred. If you cannot do your own juicing, buy juices without sugar or additives. 10:30 a.m. – noon Fresh vegetable juice made from lettuce, celery, and carrots in three equal parts. 2:30 p.m. – 4 p.m. Herb tea with a drop of honey. Avoid black tea or any tea with caffeine. 6 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Broth made from boiling potatoes, celery, and carrots with no salt. After boiling about half an hour, pour the water into a container and drink it. Tips on Juice Fasting Drinking fruit juice will decrease your hunger pains and give you some natural sugar energy. The taste and lift will motivate and strengthen you to continue. The best juices are made from fresh watermelon, lemons, grapes, apples, cabbage, beets, carrots, celery, or leafy green vegetables. In cold weather, you may enjoy a warm vegetable broth. Mix acidic juices (orange and tomato) with water for your stomach’s sake. Avoid caffeinated drinks. When your designated time for fasting is finished, you will begin to eat again. But how you break your fast is extremely important for your physical and spiritual well-being. End Your Fast Gradually Begin eating gradually. Do not eat solid foods immediately after your fast. Suddenly reintroducing solid food to your stomach and digestive tract will likely have negative, even dangerous, consequences. Try several smaller meals or snacks each day. If you end your fast gradually, the beneficial physical and spiritual effects will result in continued good health. ​ Expect Results! If you sincerely humble yourself before the Lord, repent, pray, and seek God’s face; if you consistently meditate on His Word, you will experience a heightened awareness of His presence (John 14:21). The Lord will give you fresh, new spiritual insights. Your confidence and faith in God will be strengthened. You will feel mentally, spiritually, and physically refreshed. You will see answers to your prayers. A single fast, however, is not a spiritual cure-all. Just as we need fresh in-fillings of the Holy Spirit daily, we also need new times of fasting before God. A 24-hour fast each week has been greatly rewarding to many Christians. It takes time to build your spiritual fasting muscles. If you fail to make it through your first fast, do not be discouraged. You may have tried to fast too long the first time out, or your may need to strengthen your understanding and resolve. As soon as possible, undertake another fast until you do succeed. God will honour you for your faithfulness. ​ ​ ​ 4 Ways to Fast Daniel As you choose a way to fast, enjoy the closeness you find with God when you set aside time in His presence. Complete Fast - In this type of fast, you drink only liquids, typically water with light juices as an option. Selective Fast - This type of fast involves removing certain elements from your diet. One example of a selective fast is the Daniel Fast, during which you remove meat, sweets, and bread from your diet and consume water and juice for fluids and fruits and vegetables for food. Partial Fast - This fast is sometimes called the “Jewish Fast” and involves abstaining from eating any type of food in the morning and afternoon. This can either correlate to specific times of the day, such as 6:00 am to 3:00 pm, or from sunup to sundown. Soul Fast - This fast is a great option if you do not have much experience fasting food, have health issues that prevent you from fasting food, or if you wish to refocus certain areas of your life that are out of balance. For example, you might choose to stop using social media or watching television for the duration of the fast and then carefully bring that element back into your life in healthy doses at the conclusion of the fast. What is the Daniel Fast? The Daniel Fast is based on the prophet Daniel’s fasting experiences as recorded in the Bible. The fast is a biblically based partial fast. According to Daniel 1, the results were: learning, skill, wisdom, spiritual understanding, favor, and better appearance! In Daniel 10, the fast resulted in answered prayer and spiritual insight. One of the great things about the Daniel Fast is that you are not limited to any specific amount of food, but rather to the kinds of food you can eat. DEVOTIONAL PRAYER DEVOTIONAL We have a special devotional book for each new season of 21 Days of Prayer. 2023 we encourage l to walk together. We will hand out copies of this devotional for all of our VIVID family participating. If you did not get a devotional or you want to follow along virtually. Click the link below for a virtual copy. We would love for anyone to join us! We are all one body and there is something so powerful about uniting together!! DOWNLOAD

  • Connect | Vivid Church | Lexington, SC

    I'm new to around here, What's next? We are committed to creating a place where people belong immediately. So, whether you are brand new to church, or you have been a Christian your whole life, we want to create space for you. We believe that everyone should follow Jesus because that is the single greatest decision you could ever make. We believe that every person should discover what God has uniquely made them to do. We want you to encounter God in a life altering authentic way that can reveal the VIVID story he has for you!! Lets start here on these three steps..... We would love to get to know you more. Please fill out our connect card so we can be here to pray with you or help you in any way. We can also keep you in the loop about what is coming up here at VIVID. CONNECT 1. Connect Card This is all about discovering your next step at Vivid church and we want to walk with you on this journey. This class is divided into two parts; Part One: Vision & Part Two: Serve. MORE INFO 2. Next Steps We want you to find your people! We were not meant to do this alone. You can find your tribe, connect in and grow together in discipleship. From frisbee golf, to prayer and worship...we have a small group for it all. LEARN MORE 3. Small Groups

  • About | Vivid Church | Lexington, SC

    1. The Scriptures are inspired by God and declare His design and plan for mankind. 2 Timothy 3:15-17 // 1 Thessalonians 2:13 // 2 Peter 1:21 2. There is only One True God revealed in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. (The Trinity) Deuteronomy 6:4 // Isaiah 43:10-11 // Matthew 28:19 // Luke 3:22 3. In the Deity of the Lord Jesus Christ. As God’s son, Jesus was both human and divine. Matthew 1:23 // Hebrews 7:26 // Acts 2:22 // 1 Corinthians 15:3 // Matthew 28:6 // Acts 1:9 4. Though originally good, Man willingly fell to sin–ushering evil and death, both physical and spiritual, into the world. Genesis 1:26-27 // Genesis 2:17 // Genesis 3:6 // Romans 5:12-19 5. Every person can have restored fellowship with God through salvation (accepting Christ’s offer of forgiveness for sin). Luke 24:47 // John 3:3 // Romans 10:13-15 // Ephesians 2:8 // Titus 2:11 // Titus 3:5-7 6. We practice two ordinances—(1) Water baptism by immersion after repenting of one’s sins and receiving Christ’s gift of salvation, and (2) Holy Communion (the Lord’s Supper) as a symbolic remembrance of Christ’s suffering and death for our salvation. Matthew 28:19 // Mark 16:16 // Acts 10:47-48 // Romans 6:4 7. The baptism in the Holy Spirit is a special experience following salvation that empowers believers for witnessing and effective service, just as it did in New Testament times. Luke 24:49 // Acts 1:4 // Acts 1:8 // 1 Corinthians 12:1-31 // Acts 8:12-17 // Acts 10:44-46 // Acts 11:14-16 // Acts 15:7-9 8. The initial physical evidence of the baptism in the Holy Spirit is speaking in tongues, as experienced on the Day of Pentecost and referenced throughout Acts and the Epistles. Acts 2:4 // 1 Corinthians 12:4-10 // 1 Corinthians 12:28 9. Sanctification initially occurs at salvation and is not only a declaration that a believer is holy but also a progressive lifelong process of separating from evil as believers continually draw closer to God and become more Christlike. Romans 12:1,2 // 1 Thessalonians 5:23 // Hebrews 12:14 // 1 Peter 1:15-16 // Romans 6:1-13 // Romans 8:1 – 2 10. The Church has a mission to seek and save all who are lost in sin. We believe the Church is the Body of Christ and consists of the people who, throughout time, have accepted God’s offer of redemption (regardless of religious denomination) through the sacrificial death of His son Jesus Christ. Ephesians 1:22 -23 // Ephesians 2:22 // Hebrews 12:23 11. A divinely called and scripturally ordained leadership ministry serves the Church. The Bible teaches that each of us under leadership must commit ourselves to reach others for Christ, to worship Him with other believers, and to build up or edify the body of believers–the Church. Mark 16:15-20 // John 4:23-24 // Ephesians 4:11-16 12. Divine healing of the sick is a privilege for Christians today and is provided for in Christ’s atonement (His sacrificial death on the cross for our sins). Isaiah 53:4-5 // Matthew 8:16,17 // James 5:14-16 13. In The Blessed Hope—When Jesus raptures His Church prior to His return to Earth (the second coming). At this future moment in time all believers who have died will rise from their graves and will meet the Lord in the air, and Christians who are alive will be caught up with them, to be with the Lord forever. 1 Thessalonians 4:16-17 // Romans 8:23 // Titus 2:13 // 1 Corinthians 15:51-52 14. In the millennial reign of Christ when Jesus returns with His saints at His second coming and begins His benevolent rule over earth for 1,000 years. At that time many in the nation of Israel will recognize and accept Him as the Messiah, the Savior who died for them and all mankind. Zechariah 14:5 // Matthew 24:27 // Matthew 24:30 // Revelation 1:7 // Revelation 19:11-14 // Revelation 20:1-6 15. A final judgment will take place for those who have rejected Christ. They will be judged for their sin and consigned to eternal punishment in a punishing lake of fire. Matthew 25:46 // Mark 9:43-48 // Revelation 19:20 // Revelation 20:11-15 // Revelation 21:8 16. We look forward to the perfect New Heavens and a New Earth that Christ is preparing for all people, of all time, who have accepted Him. We will live and dwell with Him there forever following His millennial reign on Earth. “And so shall we forever be with the Lord!” 2 Peter 3:13 // Revelation 21 // Revelation 22

  • Our Staff | Church | Lexington, SC

    Connections & Outreach Director ​ Hazel and her husband Andrew have been missionary Pastors in South Africa, and have served in ministry for over 20 years. They have lived here in Lexington for 3 years with their three children. Hazel is over Prayer, Missions, Guest Experience, & Next Steps/Vivideers. She is a one woman show. ​ Favorite Book: Lord of the Rings Trilogy Favorite Movie: Chronicles of Narnia Favorite Scripture: Isaiah 61 Favorite Show: Castle CONNECT Hazel Cooper >>> Robert and his wife are originally from California. They made the decision to follow the call of God to SC and serve as Children's Pastor. Robert has a passion to see this generation know God. He loves coffee, challenging conversations, and seeing people transformed by Jesus. Role: Children's Director Favorite Book: The Alchemist written by Paulo Coelho Favorite Movie: Gladiator Favorite Scripture: 1Timothy 3:1-3 Favorite TV show: New Girl Starbucks Order: Pumpkin cream Cold Brew CONNECT Children's Director <<< Robert Green Creative Arts Director Mallory Morgan >>> ​ ​ Mallory and her husband Taylor are from Oklahoma and have been married for 12 years. They have 5 children: Liam, Sawyer, Journey, Jolee, and Walker. They have served in ministry since graduating from Evangel Bible College in 2009. Mallory has been a family photographer for the past 5 years before joining our creative team. ​ Favorite Book: Barbarian Way by Erwin McManus Favorite Movie: The Princess Bride; Any Musical Favorite Scripture: 1 Corinthians 2:9 Favorite TV show: New Girl Starbucks Order: Green Tea ​ CONNECT David Stowe is mostly from SC, where he earned a degree in Digital Media Production and has spent the last 7 years in various technical roles. He has been married for 7 years to his lovely wife Lainey, and has a daughter named Hope. Role: Technical Director Favorite Book: Mere Christianity Favorite Movie: The Two Towers Favorite Scripture: 1 Peter 2:17 Favorite TV show: Dragonball Z Starbucks Order: Hazelnut White Mocha CONNECT Technical Director David Stowe II >>>

  • Small Groups | Vivid Church | Lexington, SC

    We truly believe life is better together. Community is key is revealing the VIVID story God has for our lives. WHY SMALL GROUPS? Relationships Matter! WHAT GROUP ARE YOU LOOKING FOR? SEARCH GROUPS BELOW SMALL GROUP WOMEN MEN MARRIAGE CO- ED YOUNG ADULT YOUTH

  • Small Groups | Vivid Church | Lexington, SC


  • Small Groups | Vivid Church | Lexington, SC


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