Where are the stumps in our lives today that, seemingly dead and needing to be destroyed, are hopes for our future? In the midst of this pandemic and polarized place we live, is there still any hope? That, my friends, is the ultimate question, faith folks have been asking during Advent for hundreds of years. Join us on Sunday as we worship together and let’s see where God will take us…
As COVID cases in El Paso County and around Colorado continue to escalate, our church leaders have decided that we should follow “Safer at Home” practices. As such, our worship beginning this Sunday, November 8 will be online only. Pastor Gaye and I will be leading our virtual worship live from our home beginning at 10am and you can join in through the church’s Facebook page or view the video later during the week from our website.
As we struggle with and explore what a 21stCentury church community looks like, it’s important to listen to what others might have to say. I recently ran across an article written by one of the church leadership folks I follow, Rev. Carey Nieuwhof (here’s a link to read it). I found it rather pertinent to what
I pondered what he had said. “I must pray to God?” “No,” he said. “You must learn to pray throughGod.” In the years after Christ’s crucifixion, Paul of Tarsus, a prosperous tentmaker and Jewish scholar, took it upon himself to persecute the small groups of his followers that sprung up. But on the road to Damascus,