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The Global Leadership Summit is Coming to First Pres

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

Everyone has influence. Do you believe that? Whether your ability to lead others is formal or unofficial, wide in scope or very specific, you influence others in every sphere of your life.  On August 10 and 11, 2017, First Pres will be the downtown Colorado Springs site for the Willow ...

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The Gift of God's Word

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Posted by Scott Boss on

God is up to something big in the lives of our teens. One of my great passions in youth ministry is calling students to return to the Scriptures in order to hear God's voice in their lives. We only have so many minutes with students throughout the week, but kids who are immersed in Scripture ...

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Worship Materials For 4-30-17

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Join us for worship on Sunday, April 30, 2017 as we kick off our new series, Embedded: A Study in 1 Thessalonians. This week's message, entitled "Insertion," is based on 1 Thessalonians 1:1-10. This week is also Get-Set Sunday, so bring your needed items to fill the bus in front of the Weber ...

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Tags: bulletins, embedded, worship

Get-Set Preschool's Biggest Need

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

Each weekday during the school year, First Pres is able to offer high-quality, free preschool to children from downtown and SE Colorado Springs neighborhoods through our Get-Set Preschool. It's a ministry that has been going strong for almost half a century. Children receive a hot meal each day ...

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Tags: downtown, get-set sunday, preschool

Embedded: A Study in 1 Thessalonians

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Posted by Katie Fowler on

There is a question I have heard asked a lot about the local church. It goes something like this: If your church disappeared tomorrow would anyone notice? Tim Keller asks the question this way: If you and your church were to disappear off the face of the earth tomorrow, would anyone in the ...

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Tags: e-blast, embedded, worship, get-set

Fill the Get-Set Pantry

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

Sunday, April 30, is Get-Set Sunday. We can love and serve the downtown children who attend Get-Set Preschool by restocking the Get-Set Pantry shelves with the following items:  Canned Fruit (106 oz. cans preferred): peaches, pears, pineapple, mandarin oranges, applesauce, fruit ...

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Tags: downtown, preschool, get-set sunday

The Power of Remembering

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

For forty days, Lent looks forward to Easter. And last Sunday morning, our anticipation burst open into celebration. For a whole day, our hearts swelled. We sang, we rejoiced, we feasted.  This week, it would be easy to barrel right into the next thing—to look forward to the end of the ...

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Tags: life after death sunday

Worship Materials for 4-23-17

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Join us for worship on Sunday, April 23, 2017 as we celebrate Life After Death Sunday. This is a time of remembering Christ's victory of death, and our victory through Him. We will also remember those who went home in the last year. Preachers:8:30 a.m. Sanctuary: John Goodale9 a.m. Worship ...

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Tags: bulletins, life after death, worship

Death Did Not Get the Last Word

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

The celebration of Jesus' physical resurrection isn't just for Easter. It makes a profound difference in our everyday lives. That's why each year we follow Easter Sunday with Life After Death Sunday—remembering that Christ conquered Death not just for Himself, but for His people as ...

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Life After Death

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Posted by Tim McConnell on

Is it over? Is Easter over? No, it is just beginning. We had a beautiful Holy Week. It was a profound Palm Sunday concert put on by Jim DeJarnette and the choir. Maundy Thursday offered a presentation of the Gospel of Luke by a gifted presenter, Paul Dingtounda. The downtown community churches ...

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Tags: e-blast, easter, worship, life after death sunday

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