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3 Reasons Why Every American Christian Should Vote

(Written by Daniel Darling, Original post can be found Here) We are in the midst of a presidential election that, even to this political junkie, becomes tiresome with the bombast and vitriol, cliques and platitudes, polls and pundits. Every election, brave candidates step forward for public vetting, reminding us of the deep flaw and corruption [...]

May 9th, 2016|Comments Off on 3 Reasons Why Every American Christian Should Vote

4 Keys to Keeping Young Adults in Church

(Written by Sam Rainer, original post can be found Here) People leave the church. The dropout issue is well known and discussed widely. Perhaps less known is the high rate of young adult dropouts. Our research reveals that over two-thirds of 18-22 year-olds leave the church. In the short, four-year transitional window of teen to [...]

April 27th, 2016|Comments Off on 4 Keys to Keeping Young Adults in Church

Pastor’s Journal: On Fighting the Good Fight

Who among us have no problems?  If you are in ministry, on any level, we know that discouragements, challenges, and adversity is par for the course.  So, what are some important reminders to remember in the midst of the challenges we face?   Challenges are going to happen.   It was once said that every [...]

April 18th, 2016|Comments Off on Pastor’s Journal: On Fighting the Good Fight

10 areas where pastors need training for the 21st century

(Written by Thom Rainer, original post can be found Here) Any pastor or other church staff member should be prepared in biblical truths. Theology is a key discipline as well. Indeed, none of the classical disciplines should be forsaken, nor any of the practical disciplines, such as missions, evangelism or church planting. But the American [...]

April 13th, 2016|Comments Off on 10 areas where pastors need training for the 21st century

11 Ways Church Leaders Can Win On Social Media

by Luke Mcclain Original post can be found Here As a leader in the Church I have come to value social media in ways I never thought I would. Social media has given me avenues to share helpful content, connect with others, and ultimately point others to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. These social media wins are just from [...]

March 23rd, 2016|Comments Off on 11 Ways Church Leaders Can Win On Social Media

Can These Dry Bones Live?

Colorado Stories: First Baptist LaJunta//RePlant Look at any church long enough and you will see it. There are wrinkles from age, stretch lines from growth and laugh lines from days filled with joy. Every church has a face telling its story. Often there are parts of the story plainly seen from the outside, and other [...]

March 22nd, 2016|Comments Off on Can These Dry Bones Live?

Salt and Light: Bryan Lark and Kevin Hasenack

We are excited to announce this month's featured leaders in Colorado: Bryan Lark, Pastor at Church 180 in Montrose, CO Who is Bryan Lark?: Bryan has been married to Rachel Lark since 2004. They have three children (Cross - 7 yrs old, Kip - 5 yrs old, Mally - 2 months old). The Larks are [...]

March 17th, 2016|Comments Off on Salt and Light: Bryan Lark and Kevin Hasenack

This Day in Colorado Baptist History: March 1994

(To read article click "read more") A new day arrives with David Bunch in March. Dr. Bunch will be on the field in March to assume the duties of executive director of the Colorado Baptist General Convention. We welcome him to a great state and a great convention. This is our day, we rejoice as [...]

March 17th, 2016|Comments Off on This Day in Colorado Baptist History: March 1994

Pastor’s Journal: On Patience and Perseverance

Written by, Ricky Ketchum, Pastor of Discipleship and Community at Element Church in Aurora.   A paradox is a statement which is inherently self contradictory. One classic example of this is the omnipotence question: “Can God create an object so heavy that He cannot lift it?” The challenge in this question is that if the [...]

March 16th, 2016|Comments Off on Pastor’s Journal: On Patience and Perseverance

5 Rookie Pastor Mistakes

Written By Hershel York, (original post can be found here) Finally, after all your training and praying and longing, you receive a call from your first church. You are elated—and determined to do a great job. They are God’s people, and he has graciously allowed you to serve them as their pastor. You have so many ideas for [...]

March 14th, 2016|Comments Off on 5 Rookie Pastor Mistakes