Re-opening Church

Re-opening Church

With Governor Reynold’s proclamation lifting gathering restrictions on churches as long as they “implement reasonable measures … to ensure social distancing … increased hygiene practices, and other public health measures”, you might be wondering what we’re...
3 Ways to Give Financially

3 Ways to Give Financially

During this time when we cannot meet together in person, we wanted to make you all aware of ways you can still support the church financially through giving. There are three ways to give outlined below. The first way to give is by mailing a check to the church at:...
Not Getting What We Deserve

Not Getting What We Deserve

I was surprised to see the flashing lights in my rear view mirror as I drove along the road exiting Sand Dunes National Monument in south central Colorado. I was preoccupied with listening to our three children (young at that time) and thinking about the two hour...
Reality Check!

Reality Check!

“If I call a sheep’s tail a leg or if a sheep thinks it’s tail is a leg, then how many legs does a sheep have?”(1) The correct answer is four, but the increasingly popular practice of determining reality, especially in matters of morality, based on individual choice...
Forever Free

Forever Free

June 6, 2019 was the 75th anniversary of D-Day commemorating the strategic invasion of Normandy in 1944 in what proved to be a decisive battle in the defeat of Nazi forces during WWII. On that singularly memorable and momentous day, 4,413 young men lost their lives as...
Mercy in a Me-First Generation

Mercy in a Me-First Generation

It was just before my eighth-grade year when I had knee surgery, and as a result some of my assignments “fell through the cracks.” One of my delinquent assignments was for the toughest teacher in the junior high. I’d seen him delight in demeaning students for...