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Fulfillment- Prayer WalkING | April 5

Written by Nancy Buschart FulFillment Read Matthew 21:1-11 Matthew 21:4-5 This took place to fulfill what was spoken through the prophet: “Say to the Daughter of Zion, ‘See, your King comes to you, gentle and riding on a donkey, on a colt, the foal of a donkey.’" Jesus...

Holy Week – Prayer WalkING | April 4

What was Jesus doing during Holy Week? What did the last days of Jesus' life look like? What was important to him? In the absence of our annual CCPC Prayer Walk, we are instead doing Holy Week Prayer WalkING. Many of us are getting out for daily exercise walks to take...

Spiritual Blessings- April 3

By Barron Weeks, CCPC Elder and former Clerk of Session Paul’s letter to the church in Ephesus begins with a wonderful assurance for the faithful in Jesus Christ: “To God’s holy people in Ephesus, the faithful in Christ Jesus: Praise be to the God and Father of our...

Everything Looks Different from Above- April 2

By Dr. Brad Strait, CCPC Lead Pastor and Denver Seminary Professor  Sometimes, our perspective needs to change before our life can. On a shelf in my office is a weathered white helmet and some used climbing gear. Two ice axes. A carabineer holding metal pieces with...

Where Is Our Hope – April 1

By Rev. Rudy Antle, CCPC member and Adult Spiritual Formation Teacher  One of the stops during our trip to Israel last summer was Caesarea Philippi. I had heard of this place and knew that it was somewhere in the northern part of Israel. It’s only mentioned twice in...

By Our Love – March 31

By Rev. Brad Kenney, CCPC member and Lead Chaplain, Soccer Chaplains United  The BBC storyline reads, “Did this sleepy village stop the Great Plague?” The 2015 BBC story is a travel story about the small village in Derbyshire, England. But there is perhaps more to...

Besieged – March 30

By Dr. Brad Strait, CCPC Lead Pastor We are living in amazing watershed times. This crisis is showing us the best of people -- sacrificial service, love of others, devotion to families, and faith in our God. But it is also illustrating the power of negative human...

Listening – March 28

By Gaile Martin, (who with her husband Ron) is one of our CCPC adult class leaders Last Wednesday morning Ron and I were up early to begin our trip back to Colorado. The overnight and early dawn rain refreshed the earth and the air smelled clean and fresh as we put...

Too Much Alone Time? – March 27

By Dr. Brad Strait, CCPC Lead Pastor and Denver Seminary Associate Professor I am a strong extrovert. I draw energy from people. I love chatting with friends, meeting new folks, eating together. Parties with crowds, loud restaurants, packed sanctuaries, full...

Called to His Purpose – March 26

By Kirk Roberts, CCPC Session Elder Many years ago, our pastor challenged our church to memorize Romans 8. Journeying through that experience, I remember how many individual verses from that chapter were familiar, and it was interesting to put them into context. I...

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