What can we learn on this Father’s Day about walking in the ways of faith, rather than slipping down the slope of sinful repetition? Join us as we discover the faithful way to live, through the poor example of Samson.
Tag Archives: Colorado Church
Our calling is to follow the mission of Jesus in Luke 19:10, “For the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost.” Our goal is to REACH the lost with the gospel of salvation. Author Lee Strobel likes to say, “John 1:12 is the verse that brought him to a saving grace with God. First you believe, then you receive the gift of salvation, then you become a child of God.” We trust the work of God in and through the saving work of Jesus, and work it out together as a local fellowship. Join us as we talk vision for 2016.
Join us to learn about the Lord’s Purpose for prayer. This is the key to the prayer. When we understand whose Kingdom it is, and whose Will we are serving, then we can understand why we are engaging in prayer altogether. Learning to surrender your will to God the Father regarding His Kingdom helps us to put the entire LORD’S PRAYER into perspective.
We take a closer look at what it means to make God’s Name holy, or hallowed, and sanctified. What would it take in your life to make God’s Name more Holy to you? How would your prayer life change if you called on the Holy Name of God the Father, more than just rattling off a grocery list of prayer needs to God? How do you engage in relationship with God the Father?
Elisha comes to the rescue again for a man in debt. One man from the school of prophets lost a borrowed axe in the Jordan River. Crying out to Elisha, he asks for help and finally received his edge back. How goes your walk with God? How do you draw back to God when you feel distant from Him? What habits do you practice to keep your spiritual edge? Join us to hear the SLOW method of faith.
Elisha is tasked with the matter of injustice where a widow is close to experiencing the abduction of her children into human trafficking for debts to be paid. With God’s direction, the widow gathers empty jars for a miracle to save her. What would you do? Would you gather empty jars from neighbors and await the miraculous work of God? Would you take matters into your own hands? Join us to see what “running on empty” looks like according to your faith.
He was anointed by Elijah to follow God. Elisha’s act of faith was made clear in his action of burning his plows and cooking the cows. How are you going to respond to God’s clear calling in your life to serve the Lord?