God knows who we are and how we’ve lived our lives and yet, He loves us and forgives us, in spite of all that! God is wonderful. The Heart of God welcomes us all. How can we open our hearts and learn to forgive ourselves or others who may have done something or said something hurtful to us or someone we care about?
In Mathew 18:22 Jesus says that we should forgive each other 70 by 7 times.
It’s true some people may be thoughtless and say something mean and hurtful or perhaps they really mean to hurt us, but we can’t go on living our lives being angry or holding on to a grudge. It’s only hurtful to us. The only way to get past those feelings is to consciously make a decision to forgive that person. Even if that person has done something hurtful and has never apologized, it has to start with us. To forgive and let go will change your life.
Jesus is Perfect. The rest of us have made mistakes along the way. Thankfully, God forgives us and although we may forgive others, we still need to forgive ourselves and open our hearts to the Love and Peace that God brings.
General Manager-KWHS-Colorado Springs
@ Rocky Mountain CTN
We Love: Colorado Conference
Location: 1st Bank Center Broomfield, CO
Friday, September 13th @ 7pm through Saturday, September 14th (all day)
For more information or to register, visit the WEBSITE
About This Event
We Love: Colorado Conference is a powerful two day event designed to inspire and refresh believers all over our state so that we can be filled with God's Love, and be a light back to our communities.
Experience incredible teaching from Erwin McManus (Mosaic Church), Samuel Rodriguez (National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference), Brady Boyd (New Life Church), and Dick Eastman (Every Home for Christ).
Worship and Musical Guests
Worship with Phil Wickham, Amanda Lindsey Cook of Bethel Music, Travis Greene, and Jon Egan of Desperation Band. Special Late Night Musical Guests Social Club Misfits and Tercer Cielo.
All Conference Pass- $15 All sessions and breakouts.
All Conference Pass + Jeremy Camp Album- $20
Ticket purchase includes Jeremy Camp's new album: The Story's Not Over! Must be present at event to pickup your album.
Friday Sept. 13 - 7pm- $10.00 Erwin McManus, Phil Wickham, Jeremy Camp
Sábado 14 de Septiembre - 9am (Español)- $10 Tercer Cielo, Samuel Rodriguez
Saturday Sept. 14 - 1:30pm (Youth)- $10 David Perkins, Social Club Misfits, Travis Greene
Saturday Sept. 14 - 6:30pm- $10 Brady Boyd, Jon Egan, Amanda Lindsey Cook
Here at Rocky Mountain CTN we have new local programs coming in September. We are excited to be adding new, anointed teaching to our program line up.
Today we were in the studio with Pastor Christine Coleman from Blazing Holy FIre Church to record her 15 minute shows that will be airing in September. Be on the look out for "Encounter the Real Jesus" Sunday's at 7am.
You can always check out our latest schedule here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/nu2appocs2z4c5q/KQDK.pdf?dl=0
Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne is family to CTN and he is going to be in Denver August 21st-23rd.
The following are the three different locations for the 3 nights. Come and join us for 1 of these powerful services! To reserve your seat, register with the links below (Registration is free).
Location: The Rock Church
4881 Cherokee Drive
Castle Rock, CO 80109
Wednesday, August 21st @ 7pm
For more information or to register visit the website: https://www.revival.com/e/Castle-Rock-Colorado
Location: Palabra En Acción
445 S Lansing St
Aurora, CO 80012
Thursday, August 22nd @ 7pm
For more information or to register visit the website: https://www.revival.com/e/Aurora-Colorado
Location: Church in the City
1580 Gaylord Street, Denver, CO 80206
Friday, August 23rd @ 7pm
For more information or to register visit the website: https://www.revival.com/e/Denver-Colorado
As everyone is heading back to school, let's remember to keep the SCHOOLS in our community covered in prayer.
Here are some ways to pray:
1) Prayer walk the schools in your community.
2) Find out who the leadership is and pray for them by name.
3)Have school kids or grandkids? Pray as a family over their teachers by name.
4) Encourage your kids/grandkids to pray over their friends by name.
5) Encourage your kids/grandkids to be an agent of love and kindness and pray over them every day.
6) Volunteer and be a part.
7) Agree in unity over the prayer points listed in the prayer digest published by Colorado Prays.
*Prayer makes a difference and you can be a part of your cities transformation!
For more information on Colorado Prays, visit their website: https://www.coprays.org/
Healing Is Here Conference
Location: Charis Bible College
800 Gospel Truth Way, Woodland Park, Colorado
Tuesday, August 13th thru 16th
*Admission is FREE, but you do need to register
For more information or to register, visit the website: https://www.healingishere.org/
When reports of sickness come in or you begin to feel symptoms in your body, it is easy to throw your hands up and allow illness to control your life, accepting that you’re getting older and that you must “take it easy” and “lie low” until the illness decides to go away. But Jesus has a better report—a report of wellness and healing—that was issued before you ever felt sick. It’s time to stop giving up and start living your life to the fullest!
Come experience healing at the Healing Is Here Conference 2019 in the new auditorium at Charis Bible College in Woodland Park, Colorado! From August 13-16, you will hear empowering teaching from Andrew Wommack and some amazing Charis instructors, including Carlie Terradez and Daniel Amstutz. Charis is also pleased to welcome back Audrey Mack of GoTell Ministry.
Participate in workshops and teachings that will help you dig into God’s Word and expect miracles. Learn how to steward your healing and how to teach others to embrace God’s grace and walk in healing and vitality in their own lives. This conference is free, but it does fill up quickly, so reserve your spot today! The main sessions will also be live-streamed. Jesus called us to expect amazing things, experience healing, and empower others to do the same. Register today for Healing Is Here 2019, and get ready for miracles to happen!
Does this sound familiar?
Please help me to be a good, kind person, a good son, husband, sister, mother, gardener, employee, leader, follower, provider, listener, friend, and Christian. Do you fit into any of those categories? On almost any day, at any time during our lives we will have several roles to play and they often interweave in our work lives, in our family life and in our Christian lives.
Have we considered what role Jesus played in the world and what role God expects of us?
What role did Jesus play in the world? Our Savior- The Son of God! Where would we possibly be without Jesus Christ and his Love for us? As a Man? The Son of God? A Sacrifice? These weren’t easy roles to fill, but He did them to the fullest with the greatest outcome. Are we the best that we can be in the many roles we play? Where would your family be without you? Or your work or friends? What does God want us to do to fulfill our role here on the Earth?
In Mark 12:30 to explain what God wants from us, Jesus says “And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength. That is the first and great commandment and the second is : “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.”
There are a lot of roles we play and work we do, and it all begins with Love.
General Manager-KWHS-Colorado Springs
@ Rocky Mountain CTN
“Never ever give up on them. Never!” Church in the City-Beth Abraham
As I was doing a project in 2018 I was introduced to a man that touched my heart with his passion for Jesus and the “least of these” in Denver. His name is Pastor Michael Walker and he is the founding senior pastor of Church in the City-Beth Abraham. What began as an outreach to the city in the early 80’s grew to become a racially and economically diverse church with a passion to reflect Christ to the community of Denver and throughout the world.
Church in the City-Beth Abraham is in the heart of Denver. It is also a place where one can find the heart of God AND the true worship that the prophet Isaiah shared in the Old Testament - a place where the hungry are fed, the homeless are welcomed, clothing is provided to the needy, and families are cared for. For over 25 years founding pastor, Michael Walker, and his congregation have served the inner city of Denver with a dual expression of worship. Jew and Gentile coming together to worship as one with a Messianic Saturday Shabbat service and a Sunday morning contemporary service. In this Divine partnership with the community, Church in the City-Beth Abraham serves as a hub connecting to over 25 other organizations & ministries that care for the poor, the homeless, the addict, and the forgotten. It is Christ-centered and overflowing with love.
When you enter the beautiful 100 year old synagogue, you will see the expression Beth Hamedrash Hagodol. In Hebrew this means “Great Study House.” Another translation is “a place to find answers.” Pastor Walker and his wife, Brenda, have been providing answers through the Word of God to thousands of people struggling over the years. They serve with humility and love. As I was waiting one morning for my appointment with Pastor Walker, I met one of the ladies that serves as an administrator. We started some small talk about the weather and then she leaned in and looked me straight in the eyes and said, “You know Pastor Michael saved my life.” I then sat back and listened to her amazing story of how he reached out to her when she was a crack addict on the streets of Denver. He told her about Jesus and shared the love of Christ with her. He invited her to church and she began to serve. The love she felt from the pastors and the congregation was a love that she had never experienced before. At the end of the conversation, she grabbed my hand and told me the key to helping people with addictions. Tears began to come down her face and she said, “Never ever give up on them. Never! They feel lousy about themselves and the only way they can survive is with your prayers and love.” When her friends and family all abandoned her, Pastor Michael and Church in the City was there to help. It is his beautiful heart to “never ever give up on them. Never!” She now works for the church and tries to help others who struggle with addiction.
This is just one of thousands of stories about Church in the City Beth Abraham. They reach out to the community through their daycare, food bank, clothing center, youth groups, men & women’s ministries and more. They also have ministries that go into the prisons and help refugees. Jesus said “What you did for the least of these, you have done unto me” These words fuel the passion of Church in the City- Beth Abraham. They are a diverse congregation that loves God with all their heart, and loves others as themselves. It is a simple Gospel. For more information of how you can get involved or support this ministry, go to churchinthecity.org. Take the time to see the heart of God working in Denver.
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Worship on the Rocks
Location: Red Rocks Amphitheater
18300 West Alameda Parkway, Morrison, CO 80465
Monday, September 16th, 2019 at 6pm
Visit the WEBSITE for more information.
To Purchase tickets visit: https://www.axs.com/events/374171/elevation-worship-jeremy-riddle-bethel-artists-tickets
Are you looking for a Bible College to attend?
Consider Charis Bible College.
*There are many campus options or online courses*
For more information visit: Charisbiblecollege.org
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