Josiah Shipp shares how a week at summer camp inspired him to lead his friends: I went to camp with Bible study every day and I liked it and it was fun, so I wanted to do my own. I made this 4-week camp that we started the last Friday of summer.
We are excited to partner again with COSILoveYou for a special weekend coming up in October! Join thousands of people from our city in a special night of worship, communion and fellowship. Then spend a day to help beautify, rebuild, and restore Colorado Springs.
This is a story of eleven kids, a dad who is recovering from an injury, some bunkbeds and how God used Pulpit Rock Church to help keep a family together. [Might want to grab your tissues.]
When God made us in His image, He also made us with a desire to express. The invitation to creatively express becomes vital in finding freedom in our journeys. When we express what’s inside, we replace lies with truth both in words and images and we learn more about who we are and who God is to each of us.
Any relationship can definitely benefit from the intentionality of face-to-face time, but none more than our relationship with God. What would our time with God look like if we purposed to meet Him, face-to-face, to pursue Him with purpose and intentionality? Diane shares more wisdom from her time of rest.
The hardest part was knowing God had saved me for a reason – specifically calling me to be an international missionary while in a jail cell – but I couldn’t make sense of the what, how, where, and when. That’s where Lifeworkx comes in.
It seems like literally every week someone is releasing a new book, hosting a conference or posting an angry blog that basically says “I know what is wrong with church, and I know how to fix it.” Could it be, perhaps, that the only thing that needs to be “fixed” about church is the way we view it?
Chris Giovagnoni shares how his cycling event is a way to celebrate the city: “I started associating the 719 Ride idea in my mind with the COS I Love You initiative because I felt like the ride was a way to say that I did indeed love this city.”
One of our core teaching truths at Pulpit Rock is to learn to follow Christ in healthy, reproducible, and sustainable ways. As a result we have chosen to be intentional about times of rest for our staff. Diane Stermer reflects on her six weeks of sabbatical.
God’s given us a pretty amazing place to call home. Here’s what a year of Sunday morning views from the roof of Pulpit Rock looks like. Not too shabby, huh?