Vacation Bible School is July 16-July 20 at 6:00-8:00 PM. The Kids will get to be knights, princes, and princesses. The Fortress awaits your little one!
At the Mighty Fortress, kids learn that God is their refuge and strength. Friends may fail them. They may not ace their test or make the team, but God promises to be their rock and their salvation—their fortress and sure defense. Jesus is our King! So raise your banner! In Jesus, the victory is won!
Our very own Megan Smith is ready to share her love for God in the world. Please support her by praying for her and providing for her financially. Her first trip will be heading to Haiti in May. In September, she will be going on a mission trip called The World Race, and she needs our support.
The World Race is sponsored by an organization called Adventures in Missions. The trip will take Megan to 3 continents in 9 months. She will be going to Nicaragua, Swaziland, Lesotho, India, and Nepal.
1. Pray– Pray for her safety and for her to experience and share God’s amazing grace.
2. Financially– This trip will cost 15,000$. We pray that you consider supporting her in any way that you can. Donate by going to http://meganelizabethsmith.theworldrace.org/ or simply write her a check. If donating on the site, please make sure to include her middle name as another Megan Smith has been on the trip.
3. Buy a 20$ shirt from her Facebook page.
4. Buy a 10$ scarf. Contact Wispy Willow in Denver or Deb Smith Studio.
Jesus has RISEN! Celebrate with us on Easter Sunday, April 16, at 10:00 AM.
Denver Baptist Church will also have an Easter breakfast for anyone who wants to join us at 9:00 AM.
After the service, we will have an Easter Egg Hunt for the children. When you see the children searching for the eggs, think about how we all search for truth or for freedom from our burdens. Jesus isn’t hard to find. He’s waiting for you. He died for our sins and rose from the dead victorious, so that we can have a relationship with God. The bible, the word of God, speaks the truth. Jesus is the answer to all who seek.
Palm Sunday is a day to remember how Jesus entered into Jerusalem triumphantly. The people greeted Jesus, placing branches in his path, hoping he would be the next great leader to help save them. Little did they know that Jesus would be the one to save us all!
Our King of Kings rode on a donkey as Zechariah foretold in Zechariah 9:9. “Rejoice greatly, Daughter Zion! Shout, Daughter Jerusalem! See, your king comes to you, righteous and victorious, lowly and riding on a donkey, on a colt, the foal of a donkey.”
This Palm Sunday, we will celebrate our King, Righteous and Victorious! Join us in thanking Jesus for dying for our sins and for His amazing grace!
Denver Baptist Church will not have our weekly Hiring Committee Meeting this Tuesday or Wednesday Night Prayer Time due to Spring Break. Even though Denver is snowed in, try and enjoy the week! For those of you out of town, enjoy the warm weather for those of us who can’t!
For those of you who were at DBC last Sunday, Pastor Scott spoke of a man who had a prayer chair. To sum it up, it was a story to remind us that we need to find a place and time to pray and meditate on God’s word. You can also listen to Pastor Scott’s sermon on 02/26/17. This morning, the sanctuary looked like this, a stream of light hitting the “prayer chair” and reflected the cross on the wall. God’s reminder for us to cast our anxieties and our praises onto Him.
Join us for prayer on Wednesday Nights at 6:30 PM. We will be praying for our church needs (finding a pastor & Wednesday Night Curricullum) as well as any other prayer requests that come our way. This is the time to come together as believers in Christ and collectively pray for one another. We want you there! (Childcare is provided)
The Kids Wednesday Night Program will start up again next fall. During this spring semester, there will be a team from DBC visiting other churches to see what they do and learn about their vision. This team will update the church about where they have visited and what they have learned. We look forward to seeing what this team learns, how it will help the church to refocus on what we do, and how we redefine our mission as we minister to our community. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions .