Soulful Psalms was a project birthed out of a love for the Word of God and music and wanting to share it with others.
This makes a great gift for weddings, graduations, birthday's, etc.
You can purchase as a download, CD set, or a USB drive.
Listen to the Word of God in your car, to help you fall asleep or as a devotion and scripture memorization as a family.
Here' s where you can order: https://soulfulpsalms.com/store or call 888-304-1526.
Let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an every-flowing stream. Amos 5:24
Colorado Prays, Denver Prays and Colorado Multi-Ethnic Coalition invite you to participate in a 48 hour Prayer Watch for justice- Thursday, June 18 at 6pm through Saturday, June 20 at 6pm.
We believe it is time to come together as THE CHURCH to pray for justice and righteousness to flow in our city and state. We will battle in prayer against principalities, powers and rulers of darkness and spiritual wickedness as we come together AS ONE in the spirit.
Sign up to pray for an hour or more via a Zoom group. Each hourly group will be hosted by a multi-cultural team or a person of color. All prayer topics will focus on racial justice.
Go to https://www.coprays.org/denver-prays to participate in an hour of prayer or to sign up as a pastor ministry leader to co-lead an hour of prayer with another leader.
Are you looking for a conference to attend this year, but you don't want to travel during this time?
Christian Leaders Fellowship is having an online worldwide conference June 25th - 28th.
To find out more information or to sign up, visit: http://www.clfusa.org/
When asking a question about Jesus and his power why is it that people start with a focus on the problem? We start with what we see and hear from the world around us and then we take and compare that trouble with what we know about Jesus and his ability to bring peace. Essentially, we do the same thing that culture is shifting towards which is whatever you believe with your feelings is the truth and then we work backwards from that position. The problem with that thinking is that each person on this earth does not know everything and have every solution worked out. We are limited in our knowledge and when we are moved only by our emotions we can be led astray. We begin to look at our own strength in comparison to the trouble around us and can get into despair and even anger.
Even the Bible speaks to the importance of keeping our emotions in check knowing that we are already bent towards saying and doing things based on our anger at life’s struggles.
Know this, my beloved brothers: let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger; for the anger of man does not produce the righteousness of God.
Anger can be the result of a lot of things. One of those factors can be worry brought on by not listening to God and only listening to the negative report of the world around us.
When we spend our lives dwelling on and determining the problems of this earth instead of focusing on Jesus and his love and power we start from a position of defeat instead of victory. Beginning from a place of authority in Jesus and his power is not living a life of ignorance concerning trouble in this life but looking above the trouble to Jesus which helps direct and dictate our minds, emotions and feelings. Never forget that we are the ones in charge of our feelings and emotions. When we realize that the things we feel in life are our responsibility it helps us to shift security off of ourselves and put our hope and trust in God.
So the correct question is what are we doing today to allow the perfect strength of Jesus to flow to a world that is hurt, lost and dying? Our free will is what hinders or helps God to do what needs to be done on the earth. When we START with the knowledge of Jesus and his strength, the problem is not the issue. The issue becomes how do we get out of the way and let Jesus’ love flow TO us to heal and then flow THROUGH us.
So yes, Jesus IS still strong enough and actually, has never been stronger in the lives of those who put him first. Don’t let people who have a casual acquaintance with Jesus be the barometer of the power of God on the earth. And better yet, ask God to be the conduit to flow to the people you know and meet in this life. The very things we want to see happen in this world for the sake of Christ starts with a willing heart, a listening ear and an asking mouth!
Be blessed and rest in the power, strength and knowledge of Jesus for your life.
If you’re looking for a refreshing and faith-building family experience, you’ve found it!
Come be immersed in an environment with believers from all over the world. Meet and fellowship with gifted teachers and ministers who have a powerful, timely word for you. On top of that, get it all in the heart of the Pikes Peak region, in the beautiful town of Woodland Park, Colorado. It’s a summer adventure that can’t be beat!
During the event, there will also be an opportunity to attend Healing School, where you will learn how to both receive and minister healing. When you’re not inside the building soaking up the Word, enjoy the breathtaking scenery on the Charis Bible College campus. Offsite, the town of Woodland Park offers restaurants, camping, hiking spots, unique shops, fishing, along with everything offered from a quaint mountain town.
The surrounding Pikes Peak region offers endless attractions and outdoor activities you and your family can enjoy, such as:
• Garden of the Gods Park
• Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
• Cave of the Winds Mountain Park
• Manitou Cliff Dwellings
• U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Center
• Air Force Academy
• And so much more!
Check out visitcos.com for all of the activities the area has to offer!
Your kids are also in for an adventure at this year’s conference! Services tailor-made for each age group will have music, ministry, and opportunities for powerful encounters with the Creator. This is taking vacation Bible school to the next level!
This is a FREE event, but don’t forget to register! Registration is required for children (ages 5–12) and youth (ages 13–17). Children under five years old are welcome; however, childcare will not be provided.
On Wednesday, July 1, your whole family is invited to a special barbecue to celebrate America and our freedom. Barbecue tickets are available for purchase when you register. And don’t forget to stay until July 4th to celebrate our independence with the In God We Trust musical production.
For more information or to register visit:
I love the word “Suddenly” that begins Acts 2:2. Such a calm verse one of “When the day of Pentecost came, they were all together in one place. I am sure the day of Pentecost started like any other. Thoughts of seeing Jesus after his resurrection and still wondering how in the world Jesus came back from a crucifixion that the world watched with horror. Watching Thomas place his hand in Jesus’ side and all the disciples looking down at the hands that had touched and healed so many, now with nail scars that were not proof of failure but of victory.
Then...SUDDENLY...power like those waiting had never sensed before. Speaking in other tongues from an overflow of the Spirit coming out of them. A sound so loud that it says in Acts 2:5-6 that it drew a crowd of Jews who could not believe their ears and the wonders of God being spoken by those who were filled while others thought they were drunk because of what they saw and heard. I am sure that Pentecost was a messy, glorious, overflowing, gushing release of the Spirit on mortal flesh like the earth had never seen.
After this infilling and the best “suddenly” the world has probably ever known the story didn’t stop there! Being filled with the Spirit, Peter stood up with the disciples and spoke the first Spirit-filled message that ended up adding 3,000 people to the church that day!
May we never forget that the power, anointing and wonder of God operating in our lives because of Pentecost was not to just make those in attendance feel better because of missing Jesus who was in heaven. It was, and still is, the power to continue to do the works of Christ on this earth in an even GREATER measure than Jesus himself!
May the God of peace, power, protection and anointing continue to endue us with His Spirit to complete the visions and dreams that do not stop until we all reach eternity with HIM! Hallelujah!
National Day of Prayer is this Thursday, May 7th, and there are many ways to be involved.
Here is a website that you can go to and find all of the virtual ways to connect and be a part: Put Colorado in the State and click "Find Events"
We also have a couple of television specials that you can watch and pray with us:
At 1:30pm MT and 7pm MT we have an hour of prayer with Colorado Pastors and at
8:30pm MT we have a special with Dr. James Dobson.
*WAYS TO WATCH:
Denver, Northern Colorado & Cheyenne (KQDK/KQCK):
Comcast (Ch 643 HD & Ch 51 sd)
Comcast coverage also includes: Castle Rock, Breckenridge & Aspen
Dish (Ch 33 HD & sd)
Century Link (Ch 39)
Antenna (Ch 39.1, .2, .3 or 33.1, .2, .3)
(Estes Park- Ch 94; Arvada- Ch 91 / Ft. Collins- Ch 92)
Colorado Springs & Pueblo (KWHS):
Comcast (Colorado Springs- Ch 6 / Pueblo- Ch 385)
Antenna (Ch 51.1 & .2)
Ft. Carson (Ch 88) / Peterson AFB (Ch 51)
Air Force Academy (Ch 6)
Prism/Century Link (Ch 51) - TVision (Rye/Colorado City Ch 156)
StratusIQ-Ch 568 in Falcon, Colorado
*You can also watch us on ROKU:
Search for CTN and under that you will find our Rocky Mountain CTN programming.
This past weekend (April 24th - 27) much prayer was taking place around Colorado, here are some reports:
In Montrose, Colorado churches participated in a PrayerFest prayer drive praying for every neighborhood across the city.
In Denver, 75 churches and 26 ministries collaborated to cover 72 hrs in non-stop prayer. Over 1500 people participated in one or more of the 180+ Zoom Prayer Rooms during the 72 hours.
John 17 oneness is becoming a reality! We encourage you to find a way to engage in prayer with your family, your neighbors, your church, your city, the county and the world. There are international prayer calls as well as calls focused on the USA. Who will you pray with today?
Check out coprays.org to host a 12 or 24 hour Monthly Prayer Watch with Colorado Prays.
I’m not a fan of on-line church. For the past few weeks I’ve “attended” an on-line church service. I sat at the kitchen table and had a cup of coffee, too. Many churches now have their own coffee shops and its even okay to bring your cup into the sanctuary. This seemed to start around the same time it became ok to wear your jeans and tennis shoes to Sunday service. I have to admit while sitting at the kitchen table last Sunday I wasn’t wearing my Sunday best (although jeans with holes in the knees seem pretty pricey nowadays, I came by mine the regular way, working outside in the garden).
The service opened with praise music and it really did sound pretty good with ear buds though probably better in person. Then the pastor came up and made a few announcements, mostly about events being cancelled or put off till later in the year.
As this was Palm Sunday, they let us know ahead of time that we would be taking Communion. So, I was set when it came time. We already had some Welch’s grape juice in the fridge so I poured some in a short glass and I found the Goldfish Crackers and had a nice plain one standing by.
Now it looks like at least for a while we’re going to have to take Communion online. I always loved taking Communion as a child but maybe not for the right reasons. Depending on your beliefs, taking Communion may demonstrate a person’s Faith or may even be a channel for God’s Grace to us.
The Eucharist, Holy Communion. The Body and the Blood. The amount of Love Jesus had for us. Do this in memory of Me. The bread is My body, the wine (juice) is the new covenant in My blood.
Holy Communion is very personal, between you and Jesus, and you don’t really need a church and pews full of people all around. Jesus loves you and He proved it with His Life.
As long as we have this pandemic in our lives it looks like for most of us we will be having church at home on our laptops, tablets and Kindles, but the truth is, you don’t need any of those things to have God in your life. A few quiet minutes alone with a Bible or in prayer will make all the difference in your life.
I would encourage you to continue with communion during this time of quarantine and "Do this in remembrance of" Him. Let's keep our eyes on "the author and finisher of our faith"
Thoughts from our station manager in Colorado Springs
Thank you Dan
Rocky Mountain CTN partner's with Colorado Prays. A 24 hour wall of prayer for Colorado. Together we produce a weekly 15 minute program called P.U.S.H (Pray Until Saturation Happens) where we interview pastors, ministry leaders and dynamic business people that give testimonies and share how prayer is changing things in Colorado.
We have produced 90 of them to date. You can see all of them on the Colorado Prays YouTube channel.
IF you would like to learn more about how to get your church or Prayer Group on the Colorado Prays 24 hour prayer wall, please visit the website: https://www.coprays.org/
At Rocky Mountain CTN our mission is focused on empowering viewers to discover a fulfilled life by providing relevant media that connects people to God and community to change our culture. This blog is made up of thoughts to start that change.
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