“A Foggy Morning Blessing”

A Foggy Morning Blessing

 

“Blessed is he whose transgressions are forgiven, whose sins are covered. Blessed is the man whose sin the Lord does not count against him.” (Psalm 32:1 & 2)

The other morning, I awoke early and went into mountains.  As I arrived in the Moraine Meadows I was greeted by our Lord with a damp fog that enveloped me completely. 

The nearby mountain tops, some climbing to 14,000 ft, were barely visible as the early morning light began to illuminate the eastern sky.

Deep in the meadow I could hear the elk awakening calls… but their shapes were hidden by the fog.

 

As I paused, I thought it a bit strange because lately I had been praying for God would allow me to see deep into the things around me…

For Him to give me an ability to more clearly describe what He sees and allows me to see on a different level…

For Him to give me His insights into what is seen and unseen. 

So… I wondered…

Why the fog?

 

And now, as I walked forth (camera in hand)… 

I sensed… this was different that times before when I have stepped into fog…

For, this morning I saw things I’ve never noticed before. 

 

I remember the nudging of the Holy Spirit… 

I remember His quiet voice…“There’s some things to learn in this fog”.

So… I ventured on, cinching my jacket to block the frigid air of the high mountains.

As I meandered into the meadow, frosty grass crackled like panes of glass beneath my feet. 

I pursed my lips and exhaled a stream of warm air. 

Steam formed and it swirled gently, never dissipating rather clinging to the mist that surrounded me. 

 

Then, I sensed the hand of the foggy haze reaching out… taking me in its grasp leaving a dampness that chilled my arms. 

The fog pushed in and out as though it were waves breaking gently onto an imaginary sandy mountain shore. 

My vision began to clear as I squinted in the early grey light with growing shades of pick, red and canary… trying to find just a bit of sight through the foamy whitewash.

I gingerly blew a second breath into the wetness of the air. 

Again the cloud twisted and turned, lifting itself into the vapor that washed past me. 

The cool moisture chilled my lungs as I took it in. 

Lifting my hand, I softly swatted at the smoky cloud and it moved, caressing my hand like sand filling crevices… constant and conforming. 

This blanket that covered the early morning hours pressed against me, wrapping me tight in its clutch. 

This is early winter in the mountains. 

 

Looking over my shoulder I could see the pinhole of light growing in the darkness, forming a single ray of light. 

Yes… daylight comes.

With each fleeting second that passed I watched the curtain rise and with it, the dense ocean of fog. 

The amber glow of the morning light became increasingly bright as the mist cleared and my skin lost its tackiness. 

 

Soon….

God began taking the blanket of fog… 

Moving it in smaller portions into the deep valley…

Then blowing it slowly up the tall mountains…

And folding it neatly to be stored in the heavens. 

And…

As I watched and listened to the birth of a new morning I saw with different eyes…

Standing in newfound amazement… I saw clearly again… the tremendous cloak of forgiveness which the Father offers me… offers each of us.

This deep feeling of abiding within the arms of a God who can cover me fully, forget the wrongs I’ve done, and yet warm me completely, brought me to a new level of humility I’ve never known. 

So…

As my request was granted…

“There’s a lot more to fog than being blinded isn’t there?” I asked the Father. 

And…

I remember His voice dee in my heart…
“Indeed. Took you awhile to notice.” 
“I guess was only looking at the surface.” 

I felt a warm breath that pushed away the chill of the morning air. 

“There’s so much more to see when you look deeper – squint a bit. Fog is really not just something to inconvenience you when you drive.” 
I smiled. “I get that now. It’s a cover. A quilt of sorts.” 
“Yes… What else did you see?” 
“I saw the movement in the mist. It carried your forgiveness toward me and it washed my fallacies out of sight. It clung to me, touched me physically, tickled my skin.” 
“So you saw something in a different light?” The Father asked. 
“Yes I did. I could see the thick film before my eyes, yet, my vision was perfectly clear.” 

“Good. You understand my love a bit better. If only more people would stand still long enough to look into the fog.” 

This morning was an exceptional Blessing…

God taught me that winter in the high mountain meadows offers sight to the blind. 

He covers us with His mighty love and forgives completely. 

I saw that… deep within the cold foggy mist of the Rockies.

 

I pray that each who read this will share in this Blessing…

And know…

He is ever so near…

Draw close… unto Him.

 



What’s The Hurry?

WHAT’S THE HURRY?  

 Unless you are running a marathon, no one has to draw you a line, fire a gun and say, “READY, SET, GO!”  If you’re like me, as you are dashing out the door, you might hear something like this, “Don’t forget your lunch.”  Now I’m sure I’m the only one that has made this mistake; I was on my way to meet someone off of Interstate 80. I chose to stop and get a cup of coffee.  As I got back on, I was fumbling around with some papers beside me.  I looked out the window and realized I had just passed that scenery a few minutes before. The mile marker numbers were also going down instead of up. Yes, I was heading west when I needed to go east.  That little 5-mile mistake actually turned out to be 10.  So as the saying goes, “The faster I go, the behinder I get.”          

 If you were privileged to be born in America or was raised here, no one ever had to teach you how to be in a hurry; it just happens naturally. I often thought the folks on the other side of the world took our name.  They are called RUSSIANS, but we are the ones that are always RUSH-IN.  That’s not to say that other cultures aren’t doing the same thing.  China is changing rapidly, especially in the larger cities.  They are living a fast-paced life.  America has accomplished a lot and I’m thankful for much of what we have now.  Still no one can deny that we have misplaced many of our values.  Being in hurry is not one of our strengths.  

 So how can we live life differently today if we really want to?  Remember the story of the Tortoise (Turtle) and the Hare (Rabbit)?  The Hare leaves the Tortoise behind.  He thinks he has all the time in the world to win a race. So he, being faster by nature, and confident of running, takes a nap midway through the race.  When he awakes he finds his competitor, the Tortoise, who was crawling slowly, but steadily had arrived before him and won the race.  Sometimes all of our busyness actually puts us behind and causes us to be further away from where we should be in life.  Some of the causes might be we are asleep when we should be awake and listening attentively.

 Pilgrims Progress was written by John Bunyan in the 17th century. He was a young preacher under 30 years of age that was imprisoned simply for preaching the Gospel.  As he languished in a cold Bedford, England jail for 12 years, he penned Pilgrim’s Progress and many other books.  The main character in the book, and now dramatized on CD is Christian. Christian was on a journey planning to get to the Celestial City. Although he meant well, he often times got off the trail and into dangerous circumstances.  It’s easy to get off track and lose focus of the destination.  I often ask myself if I am on the trail I need to be on or have I found something more interesting down another path.

 Most of the time we need to wait rather that plunge ahead. A few years back when Real Estate values weren’t so unpredictable and there was money to be made in buying, renovating and reselling homes, I had a good friend who knew the ins and outs of each property I was considering buying.  Frank would meet me at a place and spend 20 minutes or more just analyzing the needed work.  He didn’t say a word or write anything down.  That was a nervous time for me, but a relaxed time for him.  Being older and wiser, Frank would look at every aspect of the home from the foundation to the roof. When he finished he would tell me everything that should be done with repairs, estimated the time and cost to do the project.  Of course I wanted him to talk and discuss it with me right away rather than what I perceived was his just walking around.   One day, when I asked, he told me the most important part of any job is to evaluate and figure things out before you start.  I’m convinced he was right.  Too many times I should have waited, prayed, and sought God’s will, instead of moving ahead by my own impulse.

 Our strength comes by waiting on the Lord.  Isaiah 40:31,“But those who wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint.”  Psalms 27:14, “Wait on the Lord; be of good courage, and He shall strengthen your heart;  Wait, I say, on the Lord.”

 The waiting helps us to keep a level head and gives us time to think about God’s clear direction.  Otherwise we might be making some costly mistakes.  Some of these can affect a marriage as well as our finances if we act in haste.   

Proverbs 28: 20, “A faithful man shall abound with blessings, but he who hastens to be rich will not go unpunished.”

  We hope you will visit us at Gateway Baptist Church in Loveland over this coming Christmas season. We believe you will benefit like I have in learning more about life, our role in it, and how we can learn to make decisions more clearly from God’s perspective.   

 



The Prize

THE PRIZE

 

Growing up in St. Petersburg, Florida where my father was a building inspector, in both the city and Pinellas County in the 40’s and 50’s was exciting. The county’s population in 1940 was 91,852. According to the 2013 census report it is now 921,319. The beginning of this massive growth started around 1946 as ex military personnel moved to the sunny south. Developers came into his office, purchasing permits, with layouts of subdivisions consisting of 400 homes or more. The post war expansion was explosive and the economy was booming.  How do I know his territory expanded outside the city limits?   Well, wild animals weren’t allowed to be pets in the city and Dad came home one day with a grin on his face. He said, “Today I had to inspect a building that had an 18 foot high doorway.”  We looked at each other and knew it couldn’t be for a man. Goliath was estimated to be around 9 ½ foot tall and the doorway was double that. After guessing a while, he told us it was for the Wild Animal Ranch expansion at the edge of the county. By now you might have figured it out, it was for a new tenant, a giraffe. In the years after World War II and up into the sixties, there were no Interstate Highways in Florida and no Turnpikes. Due to these modern changes, the Wild Animal Ranch, among other early attractions, was done away with and the world I grew up in as a kid is but a distant memory.   

 

For a number of years the State of Florida was doing a fantastic job continuing to recruit people from all over the country to move to this tropical area. Each one that stopped at the State line received a free glass of orange juice and a handful of brochures promoting a variety of events and places to go.  Due to the growth of Pinellas County and the hard work required from all the county employees, the administration put on an annual Thanksgiving event to recognize these workers. It was just prior to Thanksgiving Day and many were acknowledged for their part in making this Sunshine State a success. 

 

At the event county employees were handed a ticket about the size and quality of a 3 x 5 card. He or she was to put their name, address and telephone number on the card and return it to an usher who turned them in. At the end of the ceremony these cards were put in a big round drum with a crank, rotated several times, and then names were drawn. One by one each one was hoping their name would be mentioned. If called, the employee would run up to the stage to collect their prize which was usually a turkey, ham, food item, or a gift certificate. Each year our family attended, but Dad’s name was never called. One year when filling out the card, he said, “This time we are going to win something.”  When finished writing, he crumbled it up, and straightened it again before turning it in. His theory was that all the others turned in nice neat cards and they just stuck together in the drum. By making his ticket rough, he felt we would increase the odds of winning since it would stand out from the rest. Sure enough it worked and we took home a beautiful large turkey, big enough to feed our family, and some guests.

 

Have you ever though of ways you could increase your odds in the Christian life? Oh, I don’t mean trying to get Jesus to love you more. He has already shown you how much He loves you by giving His life on the cross. Romans 5:8, “God demonstrated His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” Romans 2:11 tells us, “For there is no partiality with God.” He loves each of us equally. It’s not His love I’m talking about. How about your inner peace?  Do you think someone’s odds could be increased, in their peace with Him, by reading the Bible each day and listening to what the Holy Spirit is teaching them compared to someone that rarely opens up the Scriptures?  What about someone who is involved in some type of ministry serving others as opposed to someone who is content to sit on the sidelines and watch?  In both of those examples, wouldn’t the one who is more active increase their odds for a deeper inner peace?  

 

The Apostle Paul was zealous and I’m sure had that inner peace in spite of the suffering and obstacles he went though. He didn’t just occasionally attend a church service or only give a minimal amount of his time.  He was right in the middle of things. He was a leader to those back in his time, as well as, to those who read about and follow his life today. His focus was on the PRIZE; the PRIZE? Yes, Paul not only was looking forward to the PRIZE, but wants us to do the same.  1Corinthians 9:24- 27, “Do you not know that those who run in a race all run, but one receives the PRIZE?  Run in such a way that you may obtain it. And everyone who competes for the PRIZE is temperate in all things. Now they do it to obtain a perishable crown, but we for an imperishable crown. Therefore I run thus, not with uncertainty. Thus I fight: not as one who beats the air.  But I discipline my body and bring it into subjection, lest, when I have preached to others, I myself should become disqualified.”

 

Paul continues this thought in Philippians 3:13 and 14, “Brethren, I do not count myself to have apprehended; but one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind and reaching forward to those things which are ahead, I press toward the goal for the PRIZE of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.” Paul had a goal and he knew what it took to get there. What kind of goals do you have for your future destiny? Is it possible that this world with all its glitter and attractions has kept you from making a long range goal and striving for the PRIZE that awaits you in heaven?  

 

If Jesus allowed Paul’s feelings to be placed in the Scripture for us to read and be challenged by, do you think it’s possible that the Lord Himself has goals and is looking forward to a PRIZE?  You may be thinking, hold on a minute, God created and owns everything, what could He possibly want that He doesn’t already have?  That’s a legitimate question, but let’s analyze the Scriptures more closely and see if that question can be answered.

 

Yes, Jesus was around from the beginning. In fact He had no beginning. Revelation 1:8,22:13, “I am the Alpha and Omega, the Beginning and the End.”  He came to earth to die for us and give us the hope of eternal life. Prior to His human form, He existed. In John 8:58, the Scriptures tell us, Jesus said to them, “Most assuredly, I say to you, before Abraham was, I AM.” He didn’t use the word I was.  He wasn’t born like us. He always was. Genesis 1:26 tells us, God said, “Let Us make man in our own image.” The ‘Us’ in that verse is God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. In our own image means, we posses some qualities of God, here on this earth, and will receive more when we get to heaven.  We will never be completely like Him, but we have some similarities. We are emotional (we can feel, experience), we are purposeful (We have meaning, mission, a calling). We are moral (know right from wrong and able to choose). We will live forever (either with Christ or without Him). Yes, we will die in this earthly body, but our souls and new bodies are immortal. We have also been given a free will.

 

Since we have a free will, that gift can be a problem. Our very nature is bent on doing wrong, rather than right. We would rather do things our own way rather than to follow God’s will. God exercised His will by casting Lucifer from Heaven. The reason He did was because of Lucifer’s pride. Isaiah 14: 12-21 tells us the story. Over and over in those verses, Lucifer, that we refer to as Satan, said, “I will exalt my throne above the stars of God; I will also sit on the mount of the congregation on the farthest sides of the north; I will ascend above the heights of the clouds, I will be like the Most High.”  Pride was his downfall and so it is with us many times. Sin is a three letter word with I in the middle. We can’t have the Lord on the throne of our life and keep ourselves there at the same time. So there is still a battle going on today between good and evil; between Christ, the risen Savior, and Satan His foe. Satan is doing all he can to discredit Jesus Christ, and yet He, the Lord, is using many methods to win our hearts. In addition to being cast from Heaven, Satan is doing all he can to get us distracted from a fruitful, content and peaceful life. Although Satan can’t do anything that God doesn’t allow him to, I john 5:19 tells us, “We know that we are of God, and the whole world lies under the sway of the wicked one.”

 

A passage that shows the battle more intensely is found in 2 Corinthians 4: 3-6, “But even if our gospel be veiled, it is veiled to those that are perishing, whose minds the god of this age has blinded, who do not believe, lest the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine on them.” You see Satan wants to suppress this truth and it’s up to Bible believing Christians to reveal this truth. Now back to God’s PRIZE.  He knows everything from the beginning to the end; yet He is waiting for His PRIZE. Any idea what that might be? It’s you and me, just human beings; it’s believers that have placed their trust in Him. He is waiting for that last soul to trust Christ and then He will take us to heaven. Think of it, sometimes we don’t even get along well with family members and friends, why in the world would He want us?  That’s a good question. He cared enough to die for us and He wants us to dwell with Him in heaven. He knows when the time is right; we will be taken to be with Him where we will have a changed glorified body.  There will be no more sin.  It will be a perfect environment.

 

John 14:1-3, “Let not your heart be troubled; you believe in God, believe also in Me. In my Fathers house are many mansions; if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you.  And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you unto Myself; that where I am, there you maybe also.” He is also looking for sin to be done away with. 1Corinthians 15: 50 – 56 shows us our final victory and how we will be changed. Starting with verse 54, “So when this corruptible has put on incorruption, and this mortal has put on immortality, then shall be brought to pass the saying that is written: Death is swallowed up in victory.”  “Oh death where is your sting? oh Hades, where is your victory?” The sting of death is sin, and the strength of sin is the law. But Thanks be to God who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.” 

 

You see, if He thinks we are His PRIZE, shouldn’t we want Him to be our PRIZE?  Are we going to listen to Satan, the deceiver of all time, and settle for very little the world has to offer? Wouldn’t we be better off to realize this life is just temporal and place our trust in the One who created all things and has a home prepared for us in an eternal place that lasts forever? It’s my prayer that you will consider His offer and trust Him as your personal Lord and Savior. Then come visit us at Gateway Baptist Church where you can learn and grow more in the knowledge of Jesus Christ.      

 

 



11-3 Update

Work continues in many different phases of restoration. The hardwood on the main platform was completed on Saturday. This week men hope to install the hardwood flooring on the piano and organ platforms.

Many of the kitchen cabinets were installed on Saturday. We also hope to get more accomplished in there in the coming week.

The fabric (carpet) for the back wall of the auditorium is due to be delivered on Wednesday, and we hope to have it installed on Saturday.

The ducting for the HVAC has been delayed, but we have decided to go ahead with plans to meet in our building this coming Sunday, November 10th. It may be wise to dress warmly in case we are unable to have heat by then.

Please note, we do plan to move our AWANA ministry back to our building this week. The main classrooms for AWANA were cleared out on Saturday, so we believe we are ready.

Upon closer inspection, it appears that the organ will not be salvaged, so we need to find a new one.

Please see the jobs list for a list of work that needs to be done.

As announced, we would welcome everyone who is able to come to meet us at the building at 6:30 PM on Tuesday to help shuttle all of our auditorium chairs back to the main level.

More pictures have been added to the Restoration Album! Click below to access it.



ALL

As a child I remember hearing my mother say, “If you pick up ALL your toys before we go to the store, we can stop for ice cream.  Of course I was excited and wanted to do that. When she entered the room and pointed out a couple toys that I missed, I was anxious to quickly put them away. I couldn’t fool mother and we can’t fool God. Unlike mother, God is Omniscient, meaning He knows everything. He is Omnipresent, everywhere at once, and He is Omnipotent, all powerful with unlimited authority. Omni is a Latin prefix meaning ALL. The Lord should be easier to follow than our earthly parents; still we tend to resist Him more, even though He has ALL of our best interests at heart.

 

Although God knows everything about us including our hearts attitudes towards Him, He is respectful and doesn’t push His way into our lives. He has designed us to have a free will, a mind to go our own way if we choose to do so. Even though He could be in All of our hearts, He won’t come in and dwell there unless we ask Him to. Revelation 3:20 gives us a clear indication of that, “Behold I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in and dine with Him and He with me.”  There are several drawings picturing Jesus on the outside of a home knocking on a door. It gives us a clear illustration of God knocking on the heart doors of our lives. Every picture omits the door handle and door-knob. That’s because Jesus doesn’t barge into our lives, he is graciously asking us to let Him in. John 1: 10-12, “He was in the world, and the world was made through Him, and the world did not know Him. He came unto His own, and His own did not receive Him. But as many as received Him, to them He gave the power to become children of God, to those who believe in His name.” Once again, He made the offer; it’s up to us to accept or reject His generous offer.         

 

In the Strong’s Concordance several pages and columns list the word ALL in the Bible, they appear over 5,000 times. Many of them start a sentence using the word ALL. Some of them include the promises from God. Some point to our indifference to God while others refer to judgments that occurred to those that lived throughout many periods of time.

 

Of course we can’t study ALL of the verses, so lets begin with how God looks at ALL  of us, not just a few.  Isaiah 53:6 starts out with “ALL we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned, every one, to his own way; and the Lord has laid on Him the iniquity of us ALL. That verse starts with ALL and ends with ALL. The Lord is God in the verse and He laid on Him (Jesus Christ the iniquity, or sins, of us ALL). Romans 3:23, “But ALL have sinned and come short of the glory of God.”  There is no wiggle room here; ALL means every one of us. That puts us at odds, without our having a healthy relationship with God and His Son Jesus Christ. Still there is hope. Romans 6:23 explains, “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.”   

 

Once we have recognized we have a need and can’t save ourselves, and we are open to His work and plan in our hearts a whole new world will open up to us. We can begin to understand the relevancy of Gods Word today in our every day lives.  2 Timothy 3:16 shows us that, “ALL Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work.”  There is a lot to be said about each part of that verse, most is clear to understand. What might not be so understandable is how the verse starts out. “All Scripture is given by inspiration of God.” Inspired is God breathed; an earthly example is like a sailboat that is guided by the wind. God used over 40 different authors over a span of 1,400 years to bring us His written word. Each one had their own personality and occupation still they blend together and all compliment each other. Peter was a fisherman while Luke was a doctor. Ruth might have been poor while Solomon was wealthy, still each contributed greatly to the writing of Gods word.       

 

Even though various writers were used, much of what was written by them wasn’t understood at the time. Some writings are prophetic and haven’t taken place even in our lifetime. Examples of that is the book of Revelation written by John on the Island of Patmos. It tells us much about Heaven and what will take place after Christ returns to the earth and takes His believers with Him. That is what is called the Second Coming. Many of the Jewish people were looking for a King. They wanted someone to rescue them from the bondage of the Roman Empire.  Yes, someday He will come back as King of Kings and Lord of Lords, but in order to accept him as your King; you first have to meet Him as your Savior. One cannot have one without the other.  

 

Another prophetic passage that has been fulfilled is Isaiah 9:6, “For unto us a child is born, to us a Son is given, and the government will be on His shoulders. And He will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” That was prophesied around 740 B.C. over 700 years before Christ death burial and resurrection as written about in Matthew 26- 28. Here Isaiah was led to write things that would not take place in his lifetime.

 

Getting back to our word ALL. Regardless of cultural differences and a different period of time, God tells us in Psalm 100:5, “For the Lord is good; His mercy is everlasting, and His truth endureth to ALL generations.”  There are times we may suffer some in this lifetime, but in James 1:2 we are told,” Count it ALL joy when you fall into various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces patience. But let patience have its perfect work, that you may be perfect and complete lacking nothing. If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to ALL liberally and without reproach, and it will be given to him.”  Life is a process that at times can be discouraging. We do however have a Savior who can guide us and help us make the right decisions with everything we might face in life.

 

Gateway Baptist is here to answer any questions you might have about the Bible. We can also show you how it has answers for any struggles you might be going through. We would love to have you visit us. Lets get to know each other and  together we can follow Gods plan for each of our lives.   



10-16 Update

We are very pleased with the amount of work that is getting done each day! 

On Tuesday, the decking was placed on the platform. We are still waiting for the sound equipment to be installed underneath the platform. Please pray that this can be accomplished yet this week. 

The baseboards are almost completely finished and should be ready to install as soon as the carpet is put down. 

Bob Kaltenberger continues to lead in caring for the exterior of the building. We so appreciate his dedication in trying to help us restore the grounds and parking lot. 

Some decorating has been done in the ladies room and the mirrors are back up. On Tuesday the men build a temporary door for the ladies room. It is a little rugged, but what a blessing to have it! 🙂 If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, than we ladies can call it beautiful. What thoughtful men we have! (Thanks, guys!!)

Men continue to work on the electrical covers and outlets. Ladies have been faithfully cleaning lights and floors.

Shelves were put back up in the foyer closet allowing us to put many items back away. Yeah!

The foyer was also repainted Tuesday evening. That should be the end of the painting except for some touch up work here and there.

The men’s room partitions were also finished on Tuesday.

Yet this week, we are hoping to have the new foyer tile fully installed. We will need to use the northern side door to access the building while this work is being accomplished. 

Matters for prayer:

We need to get natural gas service to the building again. Please pray that the utility company will get this restored.

We need strength to make this final push. In the next two weeks we will Lord-willing get carpet and cabinets and appliances and our HVAC system back. There is much to accomplish!

We need to continue to seek the Lord to provide for the financial burden that all of this restoration is costing. We do rejoice in all that the Lord has prompted folks to give already!



Location for AWANA and 9-29 Sunday Service

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Our AWANA club will be held this Wednesday at 6:30 at the Campion Academy Elementary School Gym (the first building on the right when you drive onto the campus). Prayer meeting will also be available. 

 

This is the location for our Sunday church service on Sept. 29th as well. 

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Campion Academy Service

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Our service on Sunday, September 22nd, will be held at Campion Academy (300 SW 42nd street Loveland, Colorado 80537). There is a map below and link to directions.

The service will begin at 10:00 AM. No Sunday School or evening service this week.

 

 

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