Deepening the Gospel’s Impact in Colorado

“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” Matthew 28:19-20

Making disciples is what Christianity Explored is all about. We desire to deepen the gospel’s impact on people’s lives and see them transformed into the image of Christ.

Consider three ways God has been at work through a Christianity Explored course at Deer Creek Community Church in Littleton, Colorado.

  1. Eagerness – One attendee arrives each week dressed in his full Denver Broncos fan apparel, as the class takes place on a Sunday. He sacrifices watching his favorite football team play to come to CE – and he’s thrilled to be there.
  2. Comprehension – During the first week of the course, a woman at Brett’s table exclaimed, “I just can’t see how Jesus could be God. Either he was God and he wasn’t on the cross, or he wasn’t God and he was on the cross. Either he is a man or he is God. How could he be both?” By the second week of the course she shared, “I can now see how Jesus is God by the things he did and said. I think he is who he said he was.”
  3. Community – A couple attending the course grew up in a Unitarian church. For 6 years they have avoided attending any church, but they made the decision to try out Deer Creek’s Christianity Explored course. They loved it and are now committed to coming every week.

Every day, we are equipping churches and other ministries with disciple-making resources to help people discover Jesus and grow in their relationship and understanding of him. The result is a deepening of the gospel’s impact on people’s lives – in Colorado and beyond!

Thank you for bringing Christianity Explored into your homes, coffee shops, businesses, gyms, and the classrooms of your community. If you are not familiar with our resources, check out our website.

 

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