I hope that this holiday season carries with it the very might and power of the Holy Spirit. I expect that the Light of the Messiah shines through you into all your relationships. I hope that over the next week, you and your family find time to slow down and consider the Incarnation and the significance of this event upon the way you live and serve those around you.
Every Christmas I find myself grateful to lead a church where so many are actively engaged in the ministry of the church to our neighborhoods. The Interactive Nativity and the Perspectives on the Incarnation Art Show require many saints to step in and serve our neighbors who find themselves at the corner of Boulder and Weber on th...
“Sometimes it is necessary to talk about something before you can talk about it.”
– Colonel William Bayles, USA, Retired
You have probably heard us talking about the importance of Creating Access – it is time to start talking about it! In February we will launch our church family into a prayer journey to consider what God is calling us to give in order to Create Access to the good news of Jesus.
Paul says the following to the church in Ephesus about how Jesus Created Access,
“And He came and preached peace to you who were far off and peace to those who were near. For through Him we both have ACCESS in one Spirit to the Father. So then, you are no longer strangers and aliens, but you are fellow...
11th Minute of the 11th Hour of the 11th Day of the 11th Month
As we get closer to Armistice Day/Veterans’ Day, I am reminded of our responsibility to support those who have given so much for our Bill of Rights. I for one am grateful for those who gave their lives, or the lives of their sons, brothers, fathers, and husbands. There are those who served for one tour and those who served for a career. There are women who served in the military, and there are women who served by supporting those who served. Each one serves an important role in our nation’s wars and conflicts – our nation should be grateful for the smallest of sacrifices.
I have been struck by the role of the military over the year...