Changing Winds

Changing Winds

Lately, I have been struck by the changing seasons I feel in the air and wind all around me. The days around here have felt like summer, while the nights and mornings have the cool crispness of the coming fall. This glorious temperature and visual metamorphosis from summer to fall in the mountains is probably my favorite time of the year. It gives me a chance to savor the adventures of the warm summer months while looking forward to the fresh fall journey ahead and delight in the feel of both seasons within each day. It is joyfully inspired by this wind of changing seasons that I write you about the past, present and future seasons of small group life at Aspen Ridge Church.

Little Apocalypse –A Series on Luke 21

Little Apocalypse –A Series on Luke 21

In the coming weeks, I present to you a new series entitled “Little Apocalypse.”  This series will look at Jesus’ teaching on the end times in Luke, chapter 21. There are a number of reasons why I believe we need this series…

Revealed: A Poem by Eric

Revealed: A Poem by Eric

See spring mountains burst alive with light aspen green, hear birds singing praise as sunlight hits the morning scene. “New life” they proclaim, with a “cheep, chirp” as it begins to rain. Feel the warm afternoon sun on your face, surrounded by a vibrant blue sky...

Revealed!

Revealed!

I am fascinated by how the God of the Bible reveals Himself to all people, everywhere, at all times and in all places.  The foundational idea behind our Christian faith is that we may know God because He disclosed Himself to us.  Apart from disclosing Himself, God...

Death & Life

Death & Life

Our theme for Easter will be Death & Life, a reminder that Jesus rose again from the dead in order to bring us to God, the source of eternal life. I will use 1 Peter 3:18 as my text, “For Christ also died for sins once for all, the just for the unjust, in order to...

What’s a “Tween?”

What’s a “Tween?”

I am excited and honored to share that I have been asked by Converge Rocky Mountain to co-lead a breakout session at the “Together To Transform 2019” conference. I will be leading along side of Ariel Meyers, the Children’s Director at Stapleton Church. The topic we will be discussing is “The In-betweens.”

A Gift for You!

A Gift for You!

Christmas and the New Year are times for gifts and new things. And while the materialistic culture around us would like to focus on bright, shiny, new toys for women, men, girls and boys, the beauty of the season from Christianity’s perspective are the gifts that last forever.

Let’s Be Friends!

Let’s Be Friends!

“Thanks man!” came his smiling response as we shook hands. We then exchanged a few sentences of small talk that I can’t remember, before he spoke the words I’ll never forget. The words he said next were simple, yet so sincere. Friendly yet fearless. They were powerful and felt providential. 

Worship Arts Candidate Weekend

Worship Arts Candidate Weekend

I would like to extend a welcome for you to participate with our Pastor of Worship Arts Candidate Weekend on October 6/7. This is a meaningful and exciting juncture for our church as we prayerfully discern God’s provision and leading for this important area of church life.

Engaging Corporate Worship

Engaging Corporate Worship

I wanted to take a moment and share with you an article our elder board has been digesting related to corporate worship. Its called “Engaging Corporate Worship,” written by Gary Inrig about a decade ago.

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