Church Planting High on RMC Executive Committee Agenda » “We rejoice that after months of intentional outreach, the Castle Rock church plant will have its opening on Sabbath, April 22. They have been preparing and building a core of leaders in preparation of this,” said Ed Barnett, RMC president, in his opening remarks at the March 21 RMC Executive Committee meeting.
He also informed the committee that consultations with the ministerial team of the Newday Christian Seventh-day Adventist Church in Parker, have resulted in accepting a vision and plans to organize a church plant for the Denver downtown metro area in the near future.
“We need to look at providing funding for this exciting project and see it come to fruition before the 2018 outreach series with Shawn Boonstra,” Barnett commented. The committee voted to request that RMC administration allocate funding for the project.
Several financial items were presented by George Crumley, RMC VP for finance. He reported that through the first two months of 2017, RMC base tithe was down by 13.81 percent. “Base tithe is what the conference budgets on and excludes tithe windfalls, and one of the reasons it is lower is because in the previous calendar year, we had nine Sabbaths through the end of February, and in 2017 we had one less,” he said.
Crumley added that “except for the impact of the lower tithe on our operating fund, we are tracking pretty close to what we budgeted.”
It was also reported that the auditors are to conclude their work this week ahead of schedule. “They have given the conference a clean audit opinion, which is the best opinion granted,” Crumley commented.
The Adventist Book Center on the revised year-end financial report actually ended with a gain of $4,349 as opposed to the loss of $1,230 that was initially reported.
Crumley also reported that the ACS building together with the equipment associated with it has also been sold. “These funds will be utilized based on a policy the conference is developing which will be shared at the May Executive Committee for final approval,” Crumley stated.
Among other agenda items, the Committee voted an to call Doug Inglish, currently trust director for Minnesota Conference, as RMC trust director. He will join the RMC team as of June 1.
The committee also voted to approve the status change of the Arvada Indonesian Group to Arvada Indonesian Company.
Crumley reported that the sale of the Campion Industrial Park complex will likely close within the next 60 days. Funds will be used to reimburse RMC for past Academy payments made to keep the park solvent, and to benefit Campion Academy.
It was also voted to move forward with the construction of a warehouse building at Glacier View Ranch for storage of equipment, as funding is set aside for that project.
The committee also approved a request from RMC administration to establish a Conference Safety and Risk Management Committee. The purpose of the committee is to address the protection and stewardship of the assets entrusted to the local church and conference. This will allow RMC to focus on areas where the church has seen an increase in losses.
In preparation for the RMC Constituency Session, the committee approved Session agenda, as well as reviewed and approved recommended changes to RMC By-laws which will be presented to the Session in July.
The Rocky Mountain Conference Constituency Agenda will include:
* Call to Order
Recognition of Official Notice
Motion to Seat Delegates
Recognition of Quorum
Motion to Approve Agenda
Motion to Approve Parliamentarian – Darren Huenergardt, MAUC Legal Counsel
Acceptance of Prayer Advisor – DeeAnn Bragaw
Motion to Approve Session Minutes – September 10, 2012
Motion to Accept New Churches
* Administrative Report
* Nominating Committee Report
Gary Thurber, MAUC President & Chair
* By-Laws Recommendations
The next Executive Committee meeting is scheduled for May 16.
[Text and photo by Rajmund Dabrowski]
Homeless Community Welcomes Kaleo Project to Hawaii » Thirty-one young people from Colorado and Wyoming returned this week from Kaleo Project 2017, a mission trip to Oahu, having made a difference for Tent City, a community in Waianae tucked in the woods behind the harbor where as many as 300 of Hawaii’s homeless pitch their tents. Additionally, they remodeled parts of Camp Waianae, Hawaii Conference’s summer camp.
“We have been called to share God’s love here in Hawaii,” said Nestor Soriano, Campion Academy Church pastor evangelism and worship pastor. Isaiah 43:7 tells us God created us for His glory, Kaleo means “to be called.”
God's love was shared through an evangelistic campaign given for the inhabitants of Tent City and a Vacation Bible School for their 70-plus kids, along with making improvements in Camp Waianae by painting the dining hall, erecting a fence, and taking care of “all those little things that nobody wants to do.”
Partnering with the Hawaii Conference and local Adventist churches, Project Kaleo 2017 was able to make a large contribution. “I’m excited to do ministry on this island because there’s so much need,” expressed Erik Vandenburgh, youth leader for the Hawaii Conference.
In preparation for the mission trip, Shannon Werner, Kaleo Project coordinator, and Erik Vandenburgh met with Tent City mayor Auntie Twinkle to inquire if they could bring a group of volunteers to minister to the kids who live there.
Mayor Twinkle's 17-year-old nephew had attended summer camp after he met a camp staff member who urged him to come and she was so impressed with the change she saw in his life when he returned that she said, “We want to do whatever we can to get our kids to go to summer camp.”
“What if we bring summer camp to you?” Shannon and Erik asked. Her excitement over this possibility opened the door to holding day camp, evening programs and an evangelistic series for Tent City.
Chris and Don Hill, RMC Pathfinder coordinators known for their big support of youth activities, headed for the island weeks before the students to do preparatory work. Don helped build and paint a new office for the summer camp and Chris, besides being Don’s helper, sewed costumes for summer camp skits and plays, creating, among many other things, three Roman soldier garments with leather skirts.
"The 300 people who live in Tent City appreciated the food, music and stories and real caring they received from our Kaleo team," said Chris Hill, "and our camp is a better place for our having been here," she finished.
“I really wanted to come help people,” explained Jocelyn Curiel, a student from Aurora, Colorado, but people said, ‘You’re going on a mission trip to Hawaii?’” Her answer was, “Yeah, there’s need everywhere.”
Trip organizers prepared a video, directed by Eddie Hall, to commemorate the mission to Hawaii. Watch it at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMAD13OGj-s&t=366s
[Carol Bolden; photos by Erik Vandenburgh; top: Nestor Soriano baptizes five students; bottom: Camp Waianae's repainted dining room]
Piensa Bien, Vive Bien/Think Well, Live Well » More than 100 women from around the state attended the Hispanic Women’s Ministries Mental Health Certification, “Piensa Bien, Vive Bien” (“Think Well, Live Well”) at Denver South Hispanic Church March 17 and 18. Psychologist E. Edith Ruiz de Espinoza, Director of Women’s Ministries of the Southeast Mexican Union, shared insightful messages on how to help overcome depression, tackle forgiveness, and live happier, holistic lives.
Playground Equipment Donated to Daystar School » A huge thank you to the Cesar Chavez School in Pueblo, for donating their used playground equipment to Daystar Christian School.
“With so many stressors that linger around our Latino community, I saw the need of a mental health resource for the women in our church”, said Patricia Rivera, director of Hispanic Women’s Ministries. “My goal was to create a safe place for women to interact with a mental health professional that shares our beliefs.”
Ruiz de Espinoza also shared with women ways to cope with difficult situations through her charisma and humor. Laughter could be heard throughout the fellowship hall; but there were also serious moments, as when tears were shed by attendees.
“What I enjoyed most from the event was the spirit of unity and acceptance among the women,” says Rochelle Pérez, attendee of the certification event. “Although there were women from various congregations, it felt like we all became part of a larger sisterhood. We learned so much about ways to take care of ourselves and how to connect with God. Overall, I know everyone benefitted from this event.”
Patricia Rivera is thankful for her volunteer leadership team, Denver South Hispanic Church, the Hispanic Ministries Department and the Rocky Mountain Conference for their support in making this event a reality.
[Vanessa E. Rivera; photo by Ruben Rivera]
NEWS FROM RMC SCHOOLS
It is an amazing story how it all transpired. Daystar students held a fundraiser at the local pizza parlor to raise money for a new playground. A Pueblo First SDA church member, who is also a public school teacher, walked out of her classroom at the end of the day and ran into her principal who asked about her plans were for the evening. The teacher, Lori Banta, explained she was on her way to support the private school run by her church and asked her principal if she would like to come along.
At the fundraiser, the principal remembered that her school had just gotten a grant for a new playground and offered Daystar their old equipment. What an amazing story of how God works!
The Pueblo First Church members were so faithful and generous in using their talents and time to install the playground. Daystar Christian School students and staff are thankful to their community, church family, and heavenly Father, who cared about a seemingly small need. It reminded us of the Bible verse in Matthew 6:8: “Your Father knows what you need before you ask him.”
[Text and photo by Michelle Velbis]
Third and Fourth Graders at Vista Ridge Academy Learn About Environmental Conservation » The kids are obviously excited as they file into the library at Vista Ridge Academy, whispering and pointing at the various stations set up around the room. There are bear canisters, climbing harnesses, animal pelts, goggles, axes, helmets, and other specialized equipment. They show remarkable restraint—not touching a thing!—and take their seats on the floor to listen to a presentation by two rangers visiting from Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP).
Riley Cavanaugh and Sarin Lomascolo are two of the five rangers assigned to the Environmental Education Program at RMNP. They do both onsite and offsite programs for school children, teaching them about the national parks through interactive activities and experiences. After a short presentation about the purpose of protected places in the U.S.—including national parks, national monuments, and national historic sites—they direct the kids to explore the stations, trying to determine for themselves the kind of work a ranger might do with the tools and equipment provided.
The students try on clothing and harnesses and ask questions to identify some of the less obvious tools. At the end of the session, they present what they’ve learned creatively through drama, speech, and by demonstrating the items and tools used in the park.
The theme this year for third and fourth graders has been “Celebrating National Parks.” Classroom teacher Shondra Cizek explains, “This was one of our project-based learning or real-life learning projects. Our project had many components including a discovery unit about camping which integrated math, science, writing, critical thinking, art, research, design and building. Students built 3D campsite models and researched camping sites across the world. They planned many details for their camping trips and wrote in their camping booklets.”
The students also took a walk where they collected nature items which were later displayed in shadow boxes. They wrote and published a class book on national parks, with each student choosing a particular park to research, illustrate, and write about. They presented their learning to the fifth and sixth grade class.
Stewardship was a focal point throughout this theme and for the visiting rangers as well; they repeatedly emphasized the importance of protecting resources. The kids were enthusiastic in their support of this concept. When asked about a place he’d like to protect, William Barton, a third grader, chose his aunt’s house, “because of all the frogs.” Jonathan Wernick, also in third grade, talked about how important it is to protect “the beauty and the animals” in our country.
Vista Ridge Academy believes experiential learning is vital, particularly during the elementary school years when children are naturally so energetic, curious, and engaged in discovery of the world around them. Mrs. Cizek says, “I find these kinds of real-life learning projects provide long-term retention and improved critical thinking skills. In this case, the project has really helped the kids develop greater passion for God's creation and the National Parks.”
[Text and photos by Becky De Oliveira]
Kids Love Jesus Tool » Students at Springs Adventist Academy joined with producer Thomas Dawson, Jr. and Songwriter John Redmon to produce a song for Mr. Redmon’s new album, Love Jesus Too. John, a member of Central Church in Colorado Springs, insists, “God has given me a musical talent, and he allows me to use it to bring kids to Jesus.”
In September of 2016, students at Springs Adventist Academy learned John’s blue ribbon song, “Abide in Him,” and traveled to Thomas Dawson’s recording studio to lay down the track. Their music teachers, Cheryce Livingston from Palace of Peace Church and Stephani Bolin from Springs Adventist Academy, spent the hours needed to teach the kids the song and to help them sing it beautifully and with enthusiasm.
“The students were thrilled to be in an ‘actual studio,’” Ms. Bolin commented. “It is so much fun to make education real through an authentic project like this one.” Pastor Mike Maldonado and others participated on this track by offering their musical gifts of guitar, flute, and violin.
The project culminated on Sabbath, March 18, at Central Church with a concert celebrating the kids and the official release of the album, Kids Love Jesus Too.
Powerful testimonies and beautiful music were in abundance, but the real power of the Holy Spirit showed up best in the children from several local churches, Adventist, Baptist, and Methodist, who gathered at the Adventist church to sing praises to our Lord and savior, Jesus.
[Text and photo by Michael Armstrong]
“Abide in Him” recorded by Springs Adventist Academy – Track 11. To listen, go to
Lighthouse School Tops Accreditation Rankings » When we write about our achievements, it's only a partial satisfaction. When others write about us in a positive way, it says that we are doing something right. An article in the Fort Morgan Times entitled, Top Accreditation for Lighthouse School, March 22, reports on the school's educational achievement. The Lighthouse School received top ratings from two national accreditors. Below is the article from Fort Morgan Times: The parents who send their children to Lighthouse Seventh-day Adventist Christian School probably already know they picked a good school for their kids, but that sentiment is more official since the small, private, religious school in Fort Morgan received top ratings from two national school accrediting organizations.
Lighthouse Principal Jodie Aakko found out earlier in March that both the National Council for Private School Accreditation and the Accrediting Association of Seventh-day Adventist Schools, Colleges, and Universities bestowed that high status on Lighthouse SDA School.
Lighthouse SDA School, which opened three years ago and is located at 700 W. Meeker St. in Fort Morgan, previously had a provisional accreditation.
Classes meet Monday through Thursday. Students in first through fourth grades at Lighthouse SDA Christian School in Fort Morgan walked to downtown Fort Morgan on Aug. 31, 2016, for a field trip to visit businesses and learn about economics and running a business from the store owners or managers. (Jodie Aakko / Special to the Times)
The accreditation the school has received is not just for the coming school year; it is set to last for a half dozen years.
But her school being able to reach that milestone meant going through a very involved process, she said.
"The comprehensive accreditation evaluation involved the staff, students, parents and school board members," Aakko said.
That evaluation took into account 10 different areas, she explained, and those included everything from the school's "philosophical foundation to information technology."
About the latter, the school offers computers for each student at their desks "so that they can utilize technology for numerous purposes," the school's website states.
The people conducting the accreditation evaluation visited the school and provided feedback on what they witnessed, the principal said.
"The on-site accreditation representatives acknowledged many strengths at Lighthouse," Aakko said.
That included pointing out how the Lighthouse teachers were making intentional efforts to use "project-based learning" so that the students would be ready for the future, as well as how the teachers' "hard work" was evidenced through the annual gains being made by students on standardized academic testing, she said.
Also included in achieving the accreditation were commitments from the Lighthouse School Board to updating curriculum from the school toward involvement in community service projects.
"We are a small school, but the payoff is we have rigorous curriculum, multi-grade classrooms, and an unprecedented student-to-teacher ratio of 9 to 1," Lighthouse School Board Chairman Dr. Elias Hernandez said. "Our students thrive in an educational environment which provides project-based learning, regular field trips and leadership opportunities."
Lighthouse SDA Christian School currently serves approximately 18 students across first through eighth grades, teaching them about "core Christian values" and the Bible, as well as academic classes in science, social studies, reading, writing, handwriting, spelling, phonics, mathematics, physical education, choir, hand chimes, art and drama, according to lighthousesdachristianschool.org.
For more information about Lighthouse SDA Christian School, call 970-867-8840 or visit lighthousesdachristianschool.org.
Jenni Grubbs: firstname.lastname@example.org or Twitter @JenniGrubbs
[Photo by Jodie Aakko]
Castle Rock Church Plant Launches April 22 » Opening Sabbath for the Castle Rock Church Plant has moved to April 22. The core team of families have begun practice gatherings on Sabbath mornings and, according to Pastor Godfrey Miranda are realizing more and more their need for prayer support along with practical support.
Their Launch Team is a volunteer base of mission-driven individuals committed to helping in specific roles once a month for the first six months after launch. This team is looking for others passionate about joining their team in such roles as Sabbath School leaders/assistants, Adventurer Club start-up team, worship leaders/musicians, hospitality teams, communications, and more.
Interested people can contact Pastor Godfrey Miranda at 661-330-4905 or email@example.com. To be informed about upcoming events and gatherings, go to castlerockadventist.church/updates or follow them at facebook.com/castlerockadventist.
RMC Music Festival » Campion Academy hosts its annual Music Festival March 23-25 where academy, public school, and homeschool students from all over the conference gather for two days of music instruction and concerts.
Clinicians Yves Clouzet, Music Department director at Campion Academy; Jonathan Wall, director of choral studies at Southwestern Adventist University; and Leandro Bizama, director of music at Mile High Academy, will direct string orchestra, choir, and band ensembles. See weekend highlights below:
7:30 p.m. Vespers at Campion Church with performances by Campion Academy Music Department
9:30 a.m. Sabbath School at Campion Church
11:00 a.m. Church in the Campion Academy gymnasium with speaker Chaplain Rob Carlson and performances by festival ensembles and Strings of the Rockies
3:00 p.m. Praise Jam Session at Campion Church. Bring guitars, ukuleles, strings and brass instruments, percussion and voices
7:00 p.m. Final concert in the Campion Academy gymnasium, featuring festival ensembles
For more information, go to Campion's website, including schedule, FAQs, and music resources.
Mile High Academy Kids' University Summer Camps » Our summer camps provide a safe place for your kids to thrive. Between Fit For Life, Imagine It, Innovation Station and Math Central station, along with our sports and learning camps, your child will learn and grow in creative ways every day. Contact us for more information at milehighacademy.org/summercamp or call us at 303-744-1069. Be part of the fun!
Before It's Too Late » ASI's Mid-America Convention is scheduled for April 27-30 at Ramada Plaza in Denver. Speakers include Pastor John Bradshaw, director It Is Written, as the featured speaker; Dr. Neal Nedley, Weimar president, as seminar speaker; and Jesse Johnson, It Is Written manager, will present the "Gospel Through Technology" workshop. Morning devotionals will be presented by Pastor Gary Thurber, president of the Mid-America Union Conference. Experience Members in Action testimonies, music, exhibits and more. For more information, visit asimidamerica.org. To see the flyer, go to http://www.rmcsda.org/asiflyer
Let the Light Shine Forth » Denver South Church will hold a "Let the Light Shine Forth" Sabbath event which will take place April 8 with Pastor John Davidson presenting the morning sermon at 10 a.m.. Pastor Davidson is president of Eden Valley Institute of Wellness. Afternoon seminars will be presented by Mark Cromwell, ASIMA executive VP and Adventist United president, from 2-4 p.m. The church is located at 2675 S Downing Street, Denver 80210. For more information, visit www.ASImidamerica.org.
Exile: Easter Through the Eyes of St. John » Come to LifeSource for a special one-person play featuring our very own Pastor Tim Cress as the Disciple John. See first-hand what it was like being with Jesus through his ministry all the way through Easter morning. You will be inspired! LifeSource Adventist Fellowship is located at 6200 W Hampden Avenue, Denver CO 80227, 303-988-8371.
Campion's Academy Days » A FREE Open House for prospective high school students in grades 7-11 and their parent(s) or sponsor will be held April 21 and 22 at Campion Academy under the theme "Never Stop Exploring." To register, go to www.campion.net. For questions, contact Jessica Rios at 970-667-5592 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FIRE REKINDLED 2017 » Be REKINDLED by His Word! Join us for an amazing experience at three different locations at 7 p.m. Fridays, 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. and 3 p.m. Sabbaths through April 22 at the Golden Church (March) and Denver West Church (April) or at 3 p.m. at Lakewood Fellowship (March and April). Come for Bible-based messages, kids' programs, music and more!
Prophecy Seminar » Aurora First Church continues its Prophecy Seminar on the books of Daniel and Revelation at 7 p.m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays through May 30. Aurora First Church is located at 11400 E Mississippi Avenue, Aurora CO 80012. All are welcome!
Coming to Littleton Church » Chad and Fadia Kreuzer of ANCHOR POINT FILMS present TRANSFORMED BRAIN: TRANSFORMED LIFE: Science, Health and Spiritual Principles to Better Health and a Better Life.
7 p.m. Friday, March 24, Media, The Brain and Overcoming
11 a.m. Saturday, March 25, Overcoming
4 p.m. Saturday, March 25, Transformed Life
The Littleton Church is located at 7400 S Windemere Street, Littleton, CO 80120.
Vista Fellowship » Vista Seventh-day Adventist Fellowship is conducting a Prophecy Series presented by David Steward of Amazing Facts. Meetings are held Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays at 7 p.m,. and Saturdays at 6 p.m., March 24 through April 22 at 701 Kimbark Street, Longmont. For more information, contact Tim Jones at email@example.com.
Reformation and Remnant Seminars »
The Reformation and Remnant Seminars will be hosted at Boulder Adventist Church on March 25. Dr Nicholas P. Miller, Professor of Church History and Director, International Religious Liberty Institute at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary will be presenting three sessions. During worship at 9:30 am "Why Listen to the Reformers?" Hebrews 12:1-2. Followed after at 11:00 am “The Reformers and the Word of God” and closing off in the afternoon at 2:00 pm with “The Reformers and Current Issues”. Please RSVP directly to Pastor Japhet De Oliveira (firstname.lastname@example.org) so we can plan for lunch. We would recommend you buy his book and read it in advance - The Reformation and the Remnant: the Reformers Speak to Today's Church, Pacific Press, 2016
Safety Sabbath and Your Church » Your church is invited to join other churches in the North American Division and Adventist Risk Management, Inc. in making Adventist churches secure by holding a safety drill. Schedule Safety Sabbath for March 25 on your church calendar. Register your church to hold an Active Shooter or Fire Drill and access free videos, guides, children's activity sheets, and more emergency planning resources at SafetySabbath.com. Once you register, you will receive free Safety Sabbath 2017 resources.
It's April Fool's!
Let’s break the rules!
We know it might be late,
But trust us, it’s worth the wait.
So take a Sabbath afternoon nap,
And then eat a snack!
Join us for a late meal,
You won’t want to miss out on this fun deal!
Join us for
Saturday night, April 1st at 6:30 pm beginning with a special mission trip worship!
Brighton Church Annex
Kindly RSVP by March 25 to Tammy at 303-659-1999 or
Melissa at email@example.com
Proceeds to benefit BAA Worthy Student
VBX Training 2017 » You're invited to the RMC's VBX training from 2-3 p.m., April 1 at Denver South Hispanic Church. Learn the details of the new theme, Cactusville: Where Kids are Called to Follow Jesus. Please RSVP to Patty Rivera by March 15 at firstname.lastname@example.org. The church is located at 2005 S Lincoln Street, Denver 80210.
Women's Ministries Leadership Certification » Women are invited to attend a Level One Leadership Certification Seminar beginning at 6:30 p.m. Friday, April 7, and continuing from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sabbath, April 8 at the Rocky Mountain Conference Office Meeting Room, 2520 S. Downing Street. Carla Baker, Women’s Ministries Director for the North American Division will conduct this seminar along with her team. Two meals will be provided on Sabbath.
Any woman desiring to enhance leadership in ministry should attend. It will include a series of sessions on subjects such as “Principles of Effective Leadership”, “Visioning and Goal Setting” and more. Each woman completing the seminar will receive a certificate. There is no charge to attend. You are responsible for your own lodging.
Registration is essential. Contact Ginger Bell at 720-980-9006 or email@example.com by March 31.
Health Partner Training Retreats » Be part of the revolution in health ministry reflecting Christ's character. In just one weekend, you can become a Health Partner and experience a transformation in your own health and in your evangelistic programs. Learn how to help people move from information to real-life changes through effective coaching skills. Form a group of 10-15 from your church, or join another group and gather with us to enjoy a weekend retreat in beautiful Silverthorne, Colorado, while learning, practicing new skills, relaxing, hiking and fellowshipping. Contact Rick Mautz for available dates for 2017 at 303-909-8274 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebrating Life in Recovery » Twin Peaks Church is holding a 14-week program presented by Cheri Peters to help with recovery from domestic abuse, perfectionism, alcoholism, drug addiction, anger, dependency, and so much more. Join this FREE program at 7 p.m. Thursdays continuing through May 11. Register at email@example.com. For questions, call 720-890-3767. The Twin Peaks Church is located at 9696 Paschal Drive, Louisville, CO.
Women's Ministry Retreats 2017 » RMC Women’s Ministries is excited to announce the Area Women’s Retreats for 2017:
Wyoming: Seaside Escape–a study of Sarah and Hagar
Mills Spring Ranch on Casper Mountain
Contact: Rhonda McDonald: 307-259-8147
Colorado Western Slope: Falling in Love Again
Speaker: Darla Sherman
Mountain Top Retreat (15 miles from Montrose)
Contact: Linda Johnson: 970-245-2294
Colorado Metro, NE/SE: The Best Is Yet To Come
Speaker and Musician: Jaclynn Huse along with
her daughter Shelby, age 16
BEGINS SATURDAY NIGHT
WITH FREE CONCERT
at Greeley Adventist Church
EVERYONE INVITED! -- not just for women.
Followed by one-day Women's Retreat
Sunday, September 17
at Pinehurst Country Club in Littleton
Contact: Ginger Bell: 720-980-9006
Cooking at its Funnest! » Cody Church is hosting Chef Mark Anthony at 6 p.m., Tuesday, July 11 where you'll enjoy a free dinner and a message on plant-based health nutrition, including weight loss, lowering cholesterol, and increasing energy. Seating is limited. The Cody Church is located at 1608 19th Street, Cody, WY. For more information, call 307-213-5009 or go to www.ChefMarkAnthony.com.
Vista Ridge Academy » is looking for a part-time group leader and part-time aide for its preschool program. For more information, contact Sandy Hodgson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Voice of Prophecy is looking for a digital content specialist/webmaster to work at the ministry headquarters in Loveland. For more information, visit http://vop.com/jobs.
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