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The Nations at Arapaho Road

During our worship gathering this past Sunday morning, we sang the song “All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name.” The third verse of this song is as follows: Let every kindred, every tribe On this terrestrial ball To Him all majesty ascribe And crown Him Lord of all As we sang that verse, I was reminded of the many places in Scripture that speak of God’s heart for the nations, that He desires for people from every nation and tribe to worship Him. We see in Scripture that the gospel must be taken to all of the nations before Jesus’…
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May 15th – Serve Together Sunday Details

Families who serve together grow strong together. Therefore, we have declared Sunday, May 15th to be the very first Serve Together Sunday at Arapaho Road. From 9:30 am until 12:00 noon, the Arapaho Road family will gather at the church in the Worship Center for a brief time of worship and instructions before moving to the Family Life Center where we will serve together as families. On that Sunday, our Family Life Center will be turned into a food assembly and packing space. We will be partnering with Children's Hunger Fund to assemble 1000 boxes of food that will feed…
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What the Dallas Stars Taught Me About Living the Christian Life

Last Thursday night, I had the pleasure of going to Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs opening round series between the Dallas Stars and Minnesota Wild. I love hockey and have been to many games in my lifetime, but I had never been to a playoff game. The experience was even better than I thought it would be. The atmosphere was electric. I’ve never been to a game where the crowd was so in tune and invested in the game. Everyone took their game to another level. The coaches were looking for any weakness they could exploit. The players…
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Meditative Moment at the Cross

by Dawn Baker Today you will notice that the cross is draped in red. As we are walking through Lent think about the symbolism of this color. In the Bible it has been used to represent bloodshed and war (II Kings 3:22), temptation to sin (Prov 23:31), and sinfulness (Isa 1:18). In the coming ages the Bible describes a red horse (Rev 6:4, again symbolizing war) and a red dragon (Rev. 12) as the power of Satan. Although it has these negative symbols, it has also become the color of hope. Remember when Rahab, in Jericho, let out the red…
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