Boulder Church hosts Christmas cantata »
The Boulder Seventh-day Adventist Church will host a Christmas Cantata this Sabbath, December 14th, at 11:00 a.m. at 345 Mapleton Ave., in Boulder, Colo. The cantata, “What Sweeter Music,” is by by Mark Hayes. The performance features full orchestra with the Boulder and Good Shepherd Presbyterian churches joining their voices together. They will perform the contata again on Sunday, December 15, at 10 a.m. at the Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church, 10785 Melody Dr., Northglenn, Colo.
For more information about these events, please call the church at 303-442-1522.
Local Adventist radio broadcast blesses thousands » The Arvada Seventh-day Adventist Church, under the leadership of Pastor Gordon Anic, produces a daily radio broadcast entitled Fit Positive Confident. The program airs weekdays at 5:30 p.m. on KLTT AM 670. KLTT is the most powerful Christian radio station in Colorado and can be heard all across the state, as well as into parts of Wyoming and western Kansas.
Fit Positive Confident is all about improving health. The station has experienced tremendous support from all five Adventist hospitals in the area. It features interviews with doctors, health specialists, hospital CEO's, pastors, RMC officers, community leaders, and activists.
"Mike Triem, general manager of Crawford Broadcasting, tells us over and over again that our program generates more phone calls to their station then any other, including the ones that have been broadcasting for years," shares Anic. "In four months we have given away over 1,000 Creation Health Discovery books and have had 29 non-Adventists visit our church after hearing us on the radio."
To listen to the broadcast outside of the listening area, click here.
Grand Junction Christmas program draws large community crowd » Little Lamb Learning Center (LLLC) is a pre-school ministry of the Grand Junction Seventh-day Adventist Church. On Thursday night, Dec. 12, the Little Lambs joined Intermountain Adventist Academy to present a Christmas program. The gymnasium was full to overflowing with the families of the students. None of the 30 children in the daycare are from Adventist families.
"Events like this offer a wonderful opportunity to connect with families we wouldn't reach otherwise," says Grand Junction pastor Randy Mills. "We are looking for even better ways to connect with the families of the precious children God has put in our care."
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