Let’s pray for our city’s children.

Let’s pray for our city’s children.

It seems every day when I wake up I check Facebook to see if there has been more horrible news in our city … news of another child who has lost hope and ended their life. What an awful thing to think each morning. It seems twisted and icky, doesn’t it? But...
The Path They Choose

The Path They Choose

“Joy is an outward sign of inward faith in the promises of God. It is a way of acting, and it is evidence of spiritual maturity. Joy is not a distant destination at which you arrive; rather, it’s a path you choose to travel each day.” ― Tommy Newberry, The 4:8...
Love Your Neighbor as Yourself

Love Your Neighbor as Yourself

Thirty minutes after the “Good Neighbor” series ended, I tried to explain to my husband that the greatest commandment wasn’t for me. “If I get to know my neighbors, then I just have more people to be shallow with,” I admitted. “I like to go deep in a small pool, not...
Take the #PRCJoyChallenge

Take the #PRCJoyChallenge

We are spending the next 40 days learning as a church family how to live joy-filled lives. As we learn to choose our thoughts, we are teaching ourselves to focus on things that bring us joy. With that in mind, we’d like to invite you to take the PRC Joy Challenge. The...
Love Your Neighbor: Mentor At-Risk Youth

Love Your Neighbor: Mentor At-Risk Youth

Once a month, dozens of adults shuffle into the cafeteria of Atlas Prep High School in southern Colorado Springs. We scan the crowd of high school students until we find our match and sit down at the cafeteria tables. Over pizza, we talk about our goals, our fears and...
Adult Swim

Adult Swim

My family spends a lot of time at our neighborhood pool in the summer. The pool is packed with kids and teens, splashing around on floaty noodles and inner tubes. And as much as I love this time with my family and our friends, I kind of hate being in the pool when...