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Our smartphones are doing something to us.
Posted on 3/29/2017 9:20 AM By The Pastors of Summitview
What's the responsibility of Christians in the aftermath of the violence at the Islamic Center of Fort Collins?
Posted on 3/27/2017 5:00 AM By Tina Wilson
When we reimagine hospitality, we create warm spaces that radiate with Jesus’s love.
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Watching Christmas movies can be a love-forming, Big Story-enhancing ritual.
Posted on 11/18/2016 7:24 AM By Trevor Sides
This is pretty cool.
Back in late August, right as the fall semester kicked into gear, John Larsen made an announcement during a Sunday service about a few moms of Colorado State University students from Summitview and Beggars’ Gate who decided to set up a table on the CSU plaza and pray for CSU students. Their sign read “CSU Moms Listen and Pray.”
This is an amazing example of loving our neighbors. It’s pretty darn cool. Go moms.
But what’s also cool is that WORLD Magazine
heard about this incarnational act from one of the moms involved, Joan Allmendinger. Joel Belz, the founder of God’s World Publications, was so moved by this story that he made it the focus of his most recent column.