What Are Friends For, Part 2 – Genuine Concern

These days, it seems like we use the word “friend” a lot. With friends from the neighborhood, friends from work, friends from school, friends from church, and don’t forget all those Facebook friends online—we have a lot of “friends.” Yet these relationships often leave us wanting more. This week we explore the second critical component of...

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What Are Friends For, Part 1 – Acceptance

These days, it seems like we use the word “friend” a lot. With friends from the neighborhood, friends from work, friends from school, friends from church, and don’t forget all those Facebook friends online—we have a lot of “friends.” Yet these relationships often leave us wanting more. Join us July 10 and 17 as we explore...

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How Should My Faith Influence My Politics?

In the increasingly polarized world in which we live, it is difficult to have a civil discussion about politics. Throw religion into the mix and it’s pretty much impossible, right? We don’t think so. If we’re going to take our faith seriously and our citizenship seriously then we need to...

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What is God’s Mission in Denver and in the World?

This week we continue our Questions series with a very special guest – Dr. Mark Young, president of Denver Seminary. Dr. Young  is a theological educator and pastoral leader with nearly thirty years of global ministry experience. This week he’ll be looking at the question, What is God’s mission in...

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Why Should We Trust What the Bible Says About Jesus?

This week our special guest is Dr. Craig Blomberg. Dr. Blomberg is a distinguished professor of New Testament at Denver Seminary. He has authored or edited fifteen books and recently served on the team of scholars that translated the New International Version (NIV) Bible. He is well known as one...

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Ecclesia, Part 2 – Gathering’s Important

When you think of church, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? A building with pews, a choir in robes, a preacher spouting “hell, fire & brimstone”? Is this an accurate picture, or is church supposed to be something different? Join us as we consider the earliest understanding of...

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Ecclesia, Part 1 – Stop Going to Church

When you think of church, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? A building with pews, a choir in robes, a preacher spouting “hell, fire & brimstone”? Is this an accurate picture, or is church supposed to be something different? Join us as we consider the earliest understanding of “ecclesia,” the...

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From Easter, Part 4 – From Leading to Following

Jesus isn’t always looking for a commitment from us. In fact, sometimes a declaration of commitment is the last thing he wants to hear. Peter learned that lesson the hard way. And it’s a lesson he would never forget.

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From Easter, Part 3 – From Doubt to Faith

Most of us have doubts. But when it comes to religion, doubts are often shunned. They’re seen as a sign of weakness or deficiency. Fortunately for Thomas, and for us, Jesus didn’t see doubt that way. But how did he did he see it?

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