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10 Lessons of Church Expansion

Originally published Here  When Scripture introduces the Church in Acts 2, it paints a picture of a fervent congregation committed to their faith and devoted to their community. They also grew—quickly. “And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved” (Acts 2:47). The definitions, goals and metrics of church growth have [...]

March 20th, 2017|Comments Off on 10 Lessons of Church Expansion

6 Statements That Can Kill a Church

Written by Thom Rainer, originally posted Here Words can kill. Words can kill churches because they often have deadly actions behind them. As we begin this new year, please allow me to share six statements that I have heard from church members whose churches have died. Please hear that last statement again: These are statements [...]

January 10th, 2017|Comments Off on 6 Statements That Can Kill a Church

Behind the Lens: 2016 in Review

Behind the Lens: 2016 in Review By Scott Godinez I spend many of my days behind a lens. Specifically, a Canon 5D Mark iii lens! And this year was no different. As the Communications Director for the Colorado Baptist Convention I get to report on God’s work across Colorado. I have seen the saffron leaves [...]

January 9th, 2017|Comments Off on Behind the Lens: 2016 in Review

Pastor’s Journal: On Restoration and Sin

Written by Pastor Skylar Anderson, Church Planter: Cypress Community Church   I was recently asked, “How can a Christian balance restoration and sin?” In other words, when we’re fully aware of another Christian's past baggage or current struggles, how do we respond with love? How do we minister to them the way Jesus would?   [...]

January 9th, 2017|Comments Off on Pastor’s Journal: On Restoration and Sin

4 Ways to Move Toward Loving Your Cross-cultural Neighbor

4 ways to move toward loving your cross-cultural neighbor Written By Liza Hartman, reposted from Here   These are hard, painful days on many fronts. I don’t need to walk you through photos of refugee children washing up on shore or African-Americans being shot by police. We’ve all seen them. And most of you reading this article [...]

October 17th, 2016|Comments Off on 4 Ways to Move Toward Loving Your Cross-cultural Neighbor

The Journey

The Journey by Joe Chambers, Originally posted Here By faith Abraham obeyed when he was called to go out to the place which he would receive as an inheritance. And he went out, not knowing where he was going.  Hebrews 11:8 There is a difference between an adventure and a quest. An adventure is a there [...]

October 17th, 2016|Comments Off on The Journey

Autopsy of a Deceased Pastor

Written by Thom Rainer, Originally Posted Here   They are the walking dead. They are dead emotionally. Their vision and passion is dead. Their spiritual life has little life at all. They are burned out. Many have died vocationally. Others are waiting for burial. Autopsies are not a pleasant topic. I get that. But I [...]

October 17th, 2016|Comments Off on Autopsy of a Deceased Pastor

Starting Iglesia Gracia Y Verdad

Starting Iglesia Gracia Y Verdad  Garden Ranch started 37 years ago as a neighborhood church with Midwestern, traditional small town values. At that time, we were a good match for our community, but over the years our community changed to a more urban, and ethnically diverse population, especially Hispanics. The kinds of people who used [...]

September 15th, 2016|Comments Off on Starting Iglesia Gracia Y Verdad

Recommended Books From Your Convention Staff

This month we asked our staff members at the Colorado Baptist General Convention what books they have enjoyed reading this year. Check out the list below to see if any of your favorites made the list or to discover some great new books for you to start reading today! (Click on the picture of any [...]

May 31st, 2016|Comments Off on Recommended Books From Your Convention Staff

Pastor’s Journal: On Completing the Mission Without Compromising Our Convictions

Written by Dan Freng, Lead Pastor at Calvary Littleton Completing the Mission Without Compromising Our Convictions As a church planter, my greatest joy in ministry and mission is seeing God save and change people by His grace and for His glory. I love watching Jesus rescue people, who were once really far away from God in [...]

May 12th, 2016|Comments Off on Pastor’s Journal: On Completing the Mission Without Compromising Our Convictions