Many folks across Colorado desire to have one last summer family event. So, it’s time to pack your bags and head to the mountains Labor Day weekend, September 4-7, 2015. The Colorado District is once again hosting Family Camp at Golden Bell. This is a fantastic opportunity for one last camp weekend with your kids and/or spouse before the school rush begins. This year Kim Davis from Colorado Springs Trinity will be working with children, along with Heather Pillers planning many family events throughout the weekend. We’ll also have an engaging speaker, countless activities, and an amazing staff. You can expect a great family time as you make lasting memories together!
•Swimming •Mini Golf •Volleyball •Hiking •Funyaks
•Climbing Tower •Family Games •Zip-Line
Contact Golden Bell at 719-687-9561 to make reservations. A $100.00 deposit is required. Rooms can be assigned at that time.
20 revitalized churches in Colorado by 2020. Our Colorado District first session for the ReVitalization training begins in September. If only turning a church around were as easy… but it’s worth the effort.
First session – “Analyzing Essentials”
Sept 18-19, 2015 at GoldenBell
This will be a “PASTORS ONLY” 1st session….
Topics include the following:
1) Vision for Church revitalization
2) Transformational Leadership
3) Transformational Leadership #2
4) Knowing and assessing yourself and your leadership
The Colorado District sponsored a church planter training at Golden Bell Camp January 19-23. Twenty-one different pastors completed at least one track in the training sequence, some of them completing certified trainer training in addition to a core track. We were able to provide training in English and Spanish. It was a great time of enthusiasm and encouragement. The resounding theme was “We have to do this again so more of our pastors can experience this!”
We heard you loud and clear. Church Planter Training is coming again in September. Mark your calendars now for September 29-October1. This is step one of our overall vision for training and equipping on the Colorado District and we want all of our pastors to experience at least one training event. More details will be coming in the weeks ahead. In the meantime, ponder the quote below:
“Hardly anything demonstrates the health of a congregation as much as the willingness – and ability! – to give birth to new congregations. The opposite is true as well. Hardly anything is a more clear indication of illness than structures which by design hinder church multiplication, or at best permit it as an absolute exception.”
Christian Schwarz, Natural Church Development (Carol Stream, IL: ChurchSmart Resources, 1996) p. 69.
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