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Why is a Generous Life Important?

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Why is a Generous Life Important? There is a life that we were made for—it’s a life that is always expanding, always deepening, and always growing. This life is only found in Jesus and only experienced as we follow Jesus. This is especially true in the area of generosity. The...

CARES Act

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The CARES Act has some beneficial provisions for charitable contributions in 2020. Individuals who itemize can make charitable contributions up to 100% of their adjusted gross income for 2020.  Excess contributions would be carried over for the next five years. Individuals that do not...

Halloween 2020

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"'The only holiday when neighbors knock on our doors and ask us to be generous with them. Strangers coming with their hands out asking for a blessing.' - Alexandra Kuykendall.     The blessing they are asking for is some candy and by the end of the night, they’ll have enough to...

The Hope of Easter

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Hi! My name is Nicole and I am a junior at Cherokee Trail High School. Or at least I was until my school district shut down face-to-face learning due to Covid-19, and switched to online classes. As a tennis player, this also meant that I no longer had practice. It’s been a few weeks and I...

Pendulum Swings and Colorado Springs

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39 and 58, 38 and 58, 42 and 68….these are the most recent high and low temperatures for Colorado this spring. It’s crazy how quickly we can go from sitting on our back patio with kids in short sleeves to huddled around a fireplace under blankets (especially since we had a couple...

Out of Control

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I don’t know about you, but I am feeling a little “out of control” these days. Of course I know being in control is really a false perception, but it is something I cling to in my daily life. I like to think I am in control of my family, my marriage, my career, my friendships...

Get Yours

Posted by Anthony Alvino on

What’s Gripping You? Have you ever been gripped by something? I’m not a huge movie guy, but Denver sports: that’s my kryptonite. Seemingly the last time the Broncos played meaningful football was a few years back at Super Bowl 50. I remember those moments as that defensive...

Community, It's a Two Way Street

Posted by Kendal Hommes on

In our Next class here at Eastern Hills we have a number of questions we ask our tables to discuss. “What is the best community you’ve ever been a part of?” “What makes a community good?” “What makes a community bad?” My answer to the question of what...

Change is Inevitable

Posted by Lisa Alvino on

Twenty-three years ago I encountered Jesus in a middle school cafeteria for the first time. I wandered into the room completely broken, alone, and desperate. But something happened between “Lord I Lift Your Name on High” and “Shout to the Lord.” There was an energy all...

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