There is a constant struggle and tension in my life between following rules and showing God’s grace and generosity. But I am often reminded that I represent a generous, caring Heavenly Father who would always choose to give.
No form of summer social media sharing is more common than the mission trip selfie. But these types of photos often bring up questions of motivation and heart. Jonathan shares his thoughts on selfies and Pulpit Rock’s approach to short term mission trips.
In June, ten members of our church went on a trip to Haiti with Mission of Hope. They visited homes, hosted a Kids Club, distributed solar lights, water filters and goats. Here are a few snapshots of the trip.
Last week we began a new five-week series on worship entitled “Coloring Outside the Lines.” We are exploring what it means to worship, how to define it and what it looks like. To help expand our view of worship we are introducing a new area located in the sanctuary called a Prayer Wall.
Sports Camp 2018 is a wrap! What. A. Week. Cheer, basketball, ultimate frisbee, martial arts, cooking, soccer, Team 45. Here are some of our favorite moments. (Watch closely and you might catch someone you know doing The Worm.)
Seeing ourselves as evangelists, or missionaries, can be a hurdle because of the baggage that these words often carry in the church. But these words don’t mean what you probably think.
Tonight’s the night! We kick off our epic week of Sports Camp! Here’s a quick video to bring you up to speed and a few ways you can join with us in prayer this week.
Over the past several months it has been clear that God has been bringing young adults to Pulpit Rock. With the UCCS campus right next door and Colorado Springs being an incredible place to live and work, we want this place to feel like home and to make space for connections and community to happen.
While debate rages around our country, one thing we know is that children need a safe place to sleep. At Pulpit Rock, we don’t just talk about changing our world, we actually do it. In this case, that means meeting the needs of children in foster care in Colorado Springs. We proudly bring you: The Bunkbed Project.
5 days. 98 kids. 71 volunteers. 23 middle schoolers. 5 foster kids. 11 kids from other churches. 11 scholarships funded. 1 surfboard. Next week is gonna be EPIC!