Tuesday, December 28, 2010
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Sunday, July 18, 2010
Are you looking to connect to a community? Join us this evening at 4 PM. We meet at Peak Community Church (500 Matthews Street / Fort Collins) - just two blocks from the CSU campus.
As a church we've been reading through Psalm 119 together. We read a section every Sunday evening and I've been encouraging everyone to be reading and meditating on the next section of the Psalm throughout the following week. Today we are reading Psalm 119:65-72.
If you are unable to gather with us this evening, join us in reading this passage where ever you may be.
Posted by Vince Black at 9:30 AM
Sunday, July 11, 2010
The LORD is my portion;
Thursday, July 08, 2010
I would fully recommend everything he says in this article - whether you have children or not. Set aside time every day to worship with your spouse and anyone else who may be in your house.
In this article he mentions The Jesus Story Book Bible. I would also highly recommend owning this book. If you don't have it and you want it for FREE - join us on a Sunday and I will give it to you.
Below is the article in full. Be sure to check theresurgence.com often for articles like these.
1. Keep it short
5. Keep it regular
6. Older kids set the example
7. Limit TV
Sunday, June 27, 2010
Sunday, June 13, 2010
When I told of my ways, you answered me;
Sunday, May 30, 2010
This evening we will be discussing honesty (or truth-telling) from Matthew 5:33-37. If you are a follower and learner of Christ then you must be marked by honesty. You must be one who resists lying to others. Your desire must be to tell the truth in all things. We could all work on this area, eh?
God's Word, on the other hand is always true. Unlike His followers, every time He says "yes," He means yes. Every time He says "no," He means no. This evening we will continue our reading of the sections of Psalm 119. Read this section and you will see that God's Word is trustworthy - even when we are not.
Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Last night at our weekly gathering we discussed Matthew 5:27-32. It's a passage that deals with adultery, lust and divorce. I know what you are thinking - "that's a great way to grow a new church!" I understand that discussing sticky issues is not the most appealing thing for visitors to a church - especially a new, small church. As much as I understand that, my conscience and my calling will not allow me to skip difficult passages.
Over the last five weeks we have been looking at Matthew 5-7 - commonly called "The Sermon on the Mount." The more we look at Jesus' words to his disciples on this mountain, the more I realize that Scripture is quite counter-cultural. If you are a follower of Jesus, though, you are called to be a student of this counter-cultural book.