Can You Be Freed from Fear?

“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge…” – Proverbs 1:7 There is no shortage of fear today. Fears of war, terrorism, natural disasters, finances, illness and other topics are prevalent. Many in the world of psychology would say that fear is a bad thing. According to some, fear holds us back, kills […]

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A Biblical Response to Racism

Few would question that we currently live in a time of heightened racial tension. And it’s times like these where Christians are often given both a unique opportunity and challenge. On the one hand, they have the opportunity to speak truth into their environments. But only if they slow down enough to first come to […]

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What Does It Mean to Forgive Biblically?

What does it mean to forgive? Is forgiveness simply letting go and moving on? If someone commits a crime against you, is forgiveness not calling the police? What if you own a business and an employee steals from you, is forgiveness letting them keep their job? Or how about when a spouse cheats in their […]

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The Truth Behind Baptism and the Lord’s Table

Have you ever thought about why churches practice baptism and communion? What was the purpose of baptism and communion being established? Is there a right or wrong way to practice them? This past Sunday, we explored these two sacraments. We looked at what they are, what they mean, and why it is absolutely vital for […]

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Should You Become a Deacon?

Should you become a deacon? If you’ve ever asked yourself or someone else that question, you are certainly not the first. And with centuries worth of history behind the office of deacon, this seems like a legitimate question. The Bible reveals, however, that unlike the rendering of deacons as another office of leadership in churches […]

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Are You A Part of God’s Saving Plan?

Whenever churches talk about the gospel, they are attempting to answer this question, “what must I do to be saved?” Depending on who you ask, of course, you will probably receive a different answer. Even though everyone starts with faith in Jesus, the requirements beyond that seem to differ from church to church. Some are adamant that […]

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Is It Biblical to Get Re-Baptized?

We’re deeply grateful to have baptized six individuals into God’s Kingdom this past Sunday. This Sunday’s baptism was not these individuals’ first, however, as each of them had been baptized in other churches previously. In light of that, it’s always worth asking if re-baptism is a biblical practice. And if it is biblical, how should churches […]

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Does Christ Really Want Back Into Christmas?

In a time where the United States collectively pauses to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, and the mantra of the season is to “put Christ back into Christmas,” the question is rarely asked, was Christ ever in Christmas to begin with? This question brings us back to Christmas’ roots, which reveals it to be […]

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Are You Doubting Christianity?

“If a man will begin with certainties, he will end in doubts; but if he is content to begin with doubts, he will end in certainties.” – Francis Bacon Do you ever find yourself doubting Christianity? And by doubting Christianity, I mean more than whether you think God exists or not. The kind of doubt I’m […]

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Are You Winning The War For Your Mind?

This past Sunday, we learned just how important it is for Christians to win the war that rages on in the mind. It is a war not easily won, but a war that Jesus demands we win if we are to truly make Him the Lord of our lives. To learn how to win this war, listen […]

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Solomon’s Three Keys to Avoid Regret

If you were born between the years of 1980 and 2005, you are a millennial. If you are one of these individuals, society tells us that you seek three things from your adult years and your career. The first of these is accountability. You want to do a job that other people notice and hold you […]

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A Reflection on Needful Change

It’s Fall time here in Colorado. This means the hillsides are glowing with the reds and yellows of the aspen trees that thrive in the mountains. The change in colors is not the result of these aspens deciding to put on a show once a year. It is instead a time of preparation for the […]

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Becoming Conquerors for Christ

The top of a news article I recently came across featured two photos at the top. Both photos showed world leaders, one from Russia, one from the United States. One held a tiger, the other held a small, fluffy, white dog. I’m sure you can probably guess which of one of these men was holding […]

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The Problem with Good People

“On that day many will say to me, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name, and cast out demons in your name, and do many mighty works in your name?’ And then will I declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from me, you workers of lawlessness.’” – Matthew 7:21-23   There […]

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Service Time and Location for June

Our church services will continue to be held at the Peak Community and Wellness Center for the remainder of June. Our meeting time going forward at the Peak will be 11:00 am. Please plan on arriving at least 15-20 minutes prior. See you there! 6612 S. Ward St, Littleton, CO 80127

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Service Time and Location for June 4, 2017

Our church service for June 4, 2017 will be meeting at the Peak Community and Wellness Center in Littleton. The exact address is 6612 S. Ward St, Littleton, CO 80127. Our service time (this week) will be 12:30 pm. Park in the parking lot, enter through the main doors and check in at the front desk. They […]

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Bible Reading Plan available via app for iPhone

You may recall the Daily Bible Reading Plan published on our website from a few years ago.  This reading plan has now been added to an app for the iPhone making it easy to follow throughout the year.   The app is called ReadingPlan and is available in the Apple App Store. Once you have […]

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Hays: Difficulties for contemporary Christian theology

Richard Hays: Difficulties for contemporary Christian theology “Difficulties for contemporary Christian theology arise wherever acute awareness of continuity with Israel’s scripture is lost – whether  unwittingly forfeited or deliberately rejected. Many Christian congregations today are in fact naïvely Marcionite in their theology and practice: in their worship services they have no Old Testament reading, or […]

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Biddison: Conditions Precedent & Conditions Subsequent

“Since the creation of contract law within the English common law there have been the bookends of “conditions precedent” and “conditions subsequent.” Practically speaking, all contracts include conditions precedent, i.e., those conditions without whose satisfaction the contract is never consummated and its benefits are never realized. Likewise, virtually all contracts, once agreed to, include conditions […]

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Goodwin: Works of Obedience Are Necessary to Salvation

“Works of new obedience are required as necessary to the possession of salvation [i.e. how we maintain it], but faith is that alone which puts us into a condition of having the title and right to it, by the blood and righteousness of Christ [i.e. how we gain it].” —Thomas Goodwin, The Works of Thomas […]

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