This fall was arguably the prettiest fall we’ve had since moving to Denver 7 years ago. The oranges and yellows were simply breathtaking. The leaves couldn’t be more gold if they were photoshopped; and the weather has been more than spectacular. But as beautiful as it’s been, winter is still right around the corner. Fall reminds us of seasons of transition. As the leaves cover the ground, fall is a time for letting go and releasing things that have been a burden. Fall is the perfect time to practice getting out of the way and letting the Spirit take charge of our lives. (read more)
“COME HELP CHANGE THE WORLD”. Those words by Dr. Bill Bright, founder of Campus Crusade for Christ, captured my heart as a college student almost 20 years ago when I first considered “full-time” ministry as a vocation. Now, in my 17th year on staff with Cru, that same invitation to “come help change the world” continues to capture my heart. But something has changed. (read more)
We also have a big announcement… (read more)
INTENSE With the end of summer and the beginning of fall upon us, it’s inevitable as we connect with different people to ask each other how the summer was. For us, the word we inevitably go to when describing our summer is intense. Taking seminary intensive classes for four weeks, and ending with our biennial US National Staff Conference is not for the faint at heart. We are pleased to report that it was not just an intense summer, but an extremely rich summer for our hearts, our vision, and our ministry as we launch into the fall. (read more)
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Our latest ministry update from Vail Summer Project 2014. Read more here.
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- Where we will be ministering in the months of June and July…
Vail, CO. While Hudson is napping in the other room, Amber and I are sitting in our room prayerfully anticipating tomorrow’s arrival of this year’s summer project students… more.
- A few prayer requests… more.