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Hi Church!

I hope you are having a great week!  It’s been hard for me not to smile at times with the warmer weather.

Below I have a devotional on what it means for you and I to be the church (what’s the purpose, what’s the point?), but if you just want to see what’s happening in the church skip below for some updates.  Thanks for serving the Lord!

Devotion: Our Church and God’s Mission in the World

For a lot of people church is a place you go or something that you belong to that meets your needs. Sometimes we market the church as a place to come to find something that you need. For instance this Easter season we are sending out postcards inviting the lost or hurting in our community to come to church on Good Friday (April 19) and Resurrection Sunday (April 21); We are inviting them to come and find hope by attending one of our worship services. I plan on sharing about Jesus’ death and resurrection and am praying that they will put their faith and hope in Jesus as Lord and Savior.

This kind of strategy can and does bear fruit as people hear the gospel and are saved. But then what? What does God want to happen in an individual’s life once they come to faith and receive a living hope? In a consumer culture there is a tendency for people to feel that they have their own faith and that they are saved and that they don’t need the church.  But that isn’t God’s plan or intention. To be a Christian and not part of a church is a complete misunderstanding of what it means to be a Christian. If you are a Christian and you aren’t involved in a church you aren’t doing Christianity right. When he saves people he not only makes them fit for heaven he makes them a part of the church.  The church is the community of the redeemed. The church is the family of faith.  The church is all the Christians in the world regardless of nationality or ethnicity, which has millions of local congregations.  The church practically is a local group of people who assemble in Jesus’ name because they are now a part of Jesus’ family. The church is called the “Body of Christ” because we have been connected to Jesus’ life (over and over again we are told that we are “in” Christ) and his mission. We are as a church to be doing his work, complete his mission upon the earth.

Which is what? What is the mission of Jesus? The Bible is the story of God’s mission in the world. The Bible gives us high points in the outworking of God’s plan in relation to people. The mission of Jesus as explained in the Bible is ultimately about bringing the rule of God or the reign of God upon the world. You know the teaching of Genesis, that the eternal, uncreated God, made the heavens and the earth. He made people to rule the earth on his behalf, to bring forth beauty and culture and cause the world to thrive, but Adam and Eve failed and what humanity did bring forth were structures and systems of living that were bent and broken because of sin. But God didn’t depart his creation nor leave humanity to experience the consequences of sin. Through what the Bible calls “covenants” the Lord Almighty has worked in history to restore the rule of God upon the earth. His covenant with Noah let the world know that he was still working with humanity to fill the earth and bring forth life, he made a covenant with Abram which promised that all the families of the earth would be blessed, he made a covenant with Israel (which we are currently studying in our sermon series on Exodus) whereby they would be a light to the nations, showing forth and declaring the excellences and character of God. As a kingdom of priests and a holy nation living at the crossroads of the world (connecting Africa and Europe) the superpowers of the day were meant to see Israel and be confronted with the glories of a holy God – the rule of God was meant to be extended through Israel to the world. Israel struggled to be that treasured possession, the “divine son,” and model nation for the world’s redemption, so God made a covenant with David and his descendants to lead God’s people in God’s ways and extend the reign of God upon the earth. David’s kingly descendants also struggled to uphold their calling to live as a “Son of God,” a divinely appointed leader who represented God, and the prophets looked forward to a day of an ultimate David’s arrival, and they anticipated that with the ultimate king’s coming, the promises given to Abraham, Israel and David would be fulfilled and the world would be changed. They also spoke of a new covenant which God would bring about, which would make the old covenant obsolete. The New Testament is the story of how this New Covenant came about, through the arrival of the “Better Adam” and “Son of God.” Jesus has in fact come. He is our leader and lord. We are part of the church he has made. We are the New Covenant people through our faith in Christ, and we have been given the same mission as Israel. We are to be a kingdom of priests and holy nation so that the world will come under the rule of God. Ultimately the kingdoms of this world will be swallowed up by the reign of God. Ultimately God’s rule will once again be firmly established upon the earth when Jesus comes back. We want to see as many people as possible come under the saving and loving rule of Jesus before the end comes.

If Living Water is your church you are part of a local congregation of redeemed people who exist to fulfill the plan of God to redeem the lost and bring about a world that lives under the reign of God. We don’t come to church to consume, we are the church meant to display a great and glorious Lord to the world.  We don’t attach ourselves to a church for the religious services it offers, we are the church sent out and empowered by Almighty God to announce the present and coming reign of the king and to call the world to align itself with and come under the reign of Jesus Christ.  We exist as a church to lead people to a life changing and ever growing relationship with Jesus Christ.

We do this by being a people who love and serve one another as Jesus loved and served us.  We do this by being a distinct and holy people who live by God’s standards and morals. We do this by serving and loving our community and by announcing through our lifestyles and by our words that Jesus is King and inviting people to come under his loving and eternal reign. 

We are the church and we are part of something eternal and grand and glorious – the Kingdom of God! When we live individual lives separate from one another and base our lives upon the values and pursuits of secular culture which doesn’t live under the reign of God, we find ourselves weakened and we find it hard to fulfill our mission. We are the church and when we love Jesus more than anything and when we understand that he is our king who loves us, and that we have been made part of his eternal and glorious kingdom, we can organize ourselves in his name as his church, and together we can grow mature and we can fulfill our mission as each part does it’s work. We are all ministers and servants of Christ! As we all seek God’s glory together as a united people, we are changed and the world is transformed as the gospel is spread and life after life comes under the reign of the king. This is the highest calling and most important work you will ever have on planet earth! We are called to live as the church, the community of the redeemed!

Updates on what’s happening at Living Water: 

THIS SUNDAY

-      We’re starting a mini-series this Sunday on the 10 Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17).  These “10 words” have had a massive impact on our nation and the world and they have ongoing relevance to the church and our lives. I encourage you to memorize this section of Scripture (you can do it!). 

-      Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser in the Fellowship Hall, after the 2nd service. Proceeds go to support Waves Bible Quizzing group.  Join Waves at their next Quiz-meet on April 6 at 9:00 am at the Nazarene Church in Monte Vista. Come cheer on the kids!

PREPARING FOR EASTER OUTREACH

Make April 21 an Outreach Sunday!  Invite someone who doesn’t know Christ to join you at a service on Easter. Good Friday service is 7:00 pm on April 19th and the Sunday services will be 8:15, 9:30 and 11:00 am on April 21. If you don’t have guests please make room for visitors and non-believers by worshiping at 8:15 am or 11:00 am. 

NEW BUILDING VISION UPDATE

Great progress is being made on the design plan for the proposed Discipleship / Community Building. We are getting more and more excited about the possible impact of this tool on our mission effectiveness. Please pray for the ongoing process and the Lord’s leading regarding this proposed ministry and outreach tool. The Committee is planning on giving out information to the church in April and the Elders anticipate calling a special business meeting in May. Tentative Special Business Meeting date (and church wide BBQ!) is May 19.

DATE NIGHTS

Join the Family Team for Date Nights on Friday, March 29th and Friday, May 17th at 6:00 pm here at the church.

PARENT LUNCHEONS start March 31

If you are a parent you have a great job!  But it’s also full of challenges! Our Family Team wants to offer some support so you are invited to join us on Sundays at noon March 31st, April 14th and April 29th for food, fellowship, encouragement and learning.  More information to come. 

PLACES TO SERVE IN THE CHURCH:

-      Youth Group is looking for a male small group leader. Contact Cliff or Cari Kincannon This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

-      Worship Team is looking for musicians. Contact Collin Brooks at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

-      Greeters Training is May 5th.  Being a greeter is a fun and easy way to serve – so much more than handing out bulletins! Contact Greg Bervig at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Dave Haage at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

-      Our Community Group Ministry is already planning for the fall.  We’re looking for host homes and leaders (you can lead but meet in someone else’s house, you can host and have someone else lead!). There is a leaders training taking place on Wednesday, May 8th @ 6:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall. Contact Bo Hutches atThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

REGISTRATIONS: 

-      EAGLE LAKE DAY CAMP  July 29 – August 2nd here at Living Water. Register at https://eaglelakecamps.com/camp/livingwater/  We have 21 kids already registered and we’re way ahead in planning over last year. If you want to sponsor a kid’s camp attendance, or you want to participate in serving the kids, or hosting Camp Staff, contact Jordan Curtis at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

-      GLOBAL LEADERSHIP SUMMIT August 8-9 here at Living Water. This is an event that can help you in your leadership. The GLS is also a way that you can outreach to the community by helping community members get training on their leadership in their businesses and organizations. Community individuals or groups can register at “super early bird” rates till May 21st As a part of Living Water you have very reduced rates – the two day conference is $89 for you (use the code GLS19TEAM) when you register athttps://globalleadership.org/global-leadership-summit/

 

-      VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL August 12-16 here at Living Water. More information to come! 

 

WAYS TO BLESS THE YOUTH:

-        Spaghetti Dinner on Sunday, March 24th in the Fellowship Hall, after the 2nd service. Proceeds go to support Waves Bible Quizzing group. 

-        Potato Bar Lunch will be held on Sunday, April 7th in the Fellowship Hall, after the 2nd Service. Proceeds go to Reign Youth Group.

-        Bake Sale Fundraiser for Eagle Lake Campers April 14th

-        Navajo Taco Lunch on Sunday, June 9th in the Fellowship Hall, after the 2nd Service.  Proceeds go to the Youth Group Gallup Mission Trip.

WOMEN’S MINISTRY TEA  April 13th – More information to come!

 

FALL FELLOWSHIP

Living Water is organizing an RV camping trip Labor Day weekend. Join your church family with lots of activities to choose from including bible study and worship. For info, emailThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 719-588-8748

ONGOING MINISTRIES

Various Community Groups and Bible Studies throughout the week (call office or look on website for details). 

Sunday Morning Children’s Programs:  Lily Pad (Preschool-1st Grade) and Kidsplash (2nd – 5th Grade) meet at 10:45 in the Sprung Building

Teen Bible Study meets Sundays at 10:45 in the Reign Building

Young Adult Group meets Tuesday nights at 6:30 pm (study at 7:00 pm) in the Fellowship Hall

Mothers of Preschoolers Group meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month at 9:00 am in the Fellowship Hall

Wednesday in the Word at 6:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall.   

Youth Group meets Wednesday nights at 6:30 pm in the Reign Building. ***Small group leader needed***

Children’s Bible Quizzing meets Wednesday nights at 6:30 pm in the Sprung Building

Men’s Prayer Breakfast meets Thursday mornings at 6:00 am in the Fellowship Hall

CROP WALK

Got the following information from LaPuente - registration forms are on the lobby table:  “Please join us for our annual CROP Walk event on Sunday, April 7th. Registration for the event will begin at 1:00 PM and the walk will start at 2:00 PM. The event includes a 3 mile walk and along the way 'hunger educators' will discuss hunger issues that exist not only in the SLV but also in our nation and world-wide. Before the walk begins we will have two guest speakers that will, again, touch on hunger-related topics, and then close out the event with a live band, games, face painting, prizes, and food and drinks! To participate, you can register by visiting https://www.crophungerwalk.org/alamosaco or show up by 1:00 PM during the event day to register. 

This is a free event, but we encourage registering/ setting up a team prior to the event. This walk is also a fundraising opportunity with 75% of the proceeds going to CWS, which is an umbrella organization that disperses its funds to hunger relief efforts around the world, and then the other 25% will go back to our local food bank. Our main objective is to walk together as a community and stand in solidarity with those that are experiencing hunger at this very moment, so we are hoping for a large turnout and the fundraising piece is an added benefit. We are asking each participant to help fight hunger by donating food items or funds to hunger relief efforts. For additional information, please call La our Community Education office at (719)-587-3499 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

God bless!

Pastor Jeron

Thursday, 28 February 2019 14:54

This Sunday - Update 2-28-19

-      We’re celebrating the Lord’s Sacrifice for our Salvation this Sunday by observing the Lord’s Supper.

-      Our Exodus Sermon Series resumes with a focus on a key section of the Old Testament; This Sunday we begin looking at the giving of the Ten Commandments and the Law (Old Covenant). This is foundational teaching if we want to understand Jesus’ New Covenant and our relationship with the Lord. Over the coming Sundays leading up to Easter we’ll be wrestling with questions like: “What is the Law? Is the Law still in effect for Christians or are we just called to love God and people since the Old Covenant is passed away?  Paul seems to say we have been set free from the Law and no longer under its authority, but Jesus seems to say that the Law hasn’t been abolished; what does God want from us?” Are we expected to keep the 10 commandments or are we just supposed to follow the Spirit’s lead under the New Covenant?” 

-      There is a Potluck immediately after the 2nd worship service in the Fellowship Hall – come and enjoy fellowship with your church family. Bring food to share if you can. 

-      Our Annual Business Meeting begins approximately 1:15 pm. At this meeting we vote on the annual budget and church officers and hear yearly reports from church staff and team leaders.  Thanks the Facility and Finance Team and Nominating Team for their efforts in preparing for this meeting.

NEW BUILDING VISION UPDATE

Great progress is being made on the design plan for the proposed Discipleship / Community Building. The Committee is planning on giving out information to the church in April and the Elders anticipate calling a special business meeting in May.  Please pray for the ongoing process and the Lord’s leading regarding this proposed ministry and outreach tool.

BAPTISMS March 10

Baptism is a sign of one’s repentance and faith.  It is an act in which you publically declare your trust and allegiance to Jesus.  Ideally it should happen soon after a person has made the decision to follow Jesus. Have you started following Jesus but haven’t yet been baptized?  The next baptisms will take place Sunday, March 10. Please contact Pastor Jeron (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / 589-6351) if you are ready to obey Jesus in this area, or if you have questions.

OPPORTUNITIES TO SUPPORT OUR YOUTH (and eat with your church family!)

-      Chili Cook-Off on Sunday, March 10th in the Fellowship Hall, starting at 12:30. If you want to enter your chili into the competition (no cost to enter), contact the church office by Wednesday, March 6. Come and enjoy a lunch and help support sending kids to Eagle Lake Day Camp. $5 per person or $20 for the family. 

-      Spaghetti Dinner on Sunday, March 24th in the Fellowship Hall, after the 2nd service. Proceeds go to support Waves Bible Quizzing group. 

-      Potato Bar Lunch will be held on Sunday, April 7th in the Fellowship Hall, after the 2nd Service. Proceeds go to Reign Youth Group.

-      Navajo Taco Lunch on Sunday, June 9th in the Fellowship Hall, after the 2nd Service.  Proceeds go to the Youth Group Gallup Mission Trip.

DATE NIGHTS

Join the Family Team for Date Nights on Friday, March 29th and Friday, May 17th at 6:00 pm here at the church.

PARENT LUNCHEONS start March 31

If you are a parent you have a great job!  But it’s also full of challenges! Our Family Team wants to offer some support so you are invited to join us on Sundays at noon March 31st, April 14th and April 29th for food, fellowship, encouragement and learning.  More information to come. 

PREPARING FOR EASTER

Who are you going to invite to Easter services this year?  We’re sending out 10,000 postcards inviting the community to join our church family on Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday, but most people respond best to personal invitations – those who don’t normally go to church very much appreciate being asked to go with friends. The Good Friday service is 7:00 pm on April 19th and the Sunday services will be 8:15, 9:30 and 11:00 am on April 21. If you don’t have guests please make room for visitors and non-believers by worshiping at 8:15 am or 11:00 am. 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES

-      EAGLE LAKE DAY CAMP  July 29 – August 2nd here at Living Water. Register at https://eaglelakecamps.com/camp/livingwater/

-      GLOBAL LEADERSHIP SUMMIT August 8-9 here at Living Water. Register at https://globalleadership.org/global-leadership-summit/

-      VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL August 12-16 here at Living Water

 

FALL FELLOWSHIP

Living Water is organizing an RV camping trip Labor Day weekend. Join your church family with lots of activities to choose from including bible study and worship. For info, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 719-588-8748

ONGOING MINISTRIES

Various Community Groups and Bible Studies throughout the week (call office or look on website for details). 

Sunday Morning Children’s Programs:  Lily Pad (Preschool-1st Grade) and Kidsplash (2nd – 5th Grade) meet at 10:45 in the Sprung Building

Teen Bible Study meets Sundays at 10:45 in the Reign Building

Young Adult Group meets Tuesday nights at 6:30 pm (study at 7:00 pm) in the Fellowship Hall

Mothers of Preschoolers Group meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month at 9:00 am in the Fellowship Hall

Wednesday in the Word at 6:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall.   

Youth Group meets Wednesday nights at 6:30 pm in the Reign Building. 

Children’s Bible Quizzing meets Wednesday nights at 6:30 pm in the Sprung Building

Men’s Prayer Breakfast meets Thursday mornings at 6:00 am in the Fellowship Hall

God bless!

Pastor Jeron

Friday, 22 February 2019 15:26

Exciting Times - Update 2-14-19

Exciting Times

I don’t know if it is because it’s been 30 above zero instead of 30 below zero lately, but I find myself with a light-heartedness and joy. Specifically, I’m hopeful and excited about the future of our church! As a preacher I’m excited because on several fronts over the coming months Bo and Collin and I are going to be covering some very important ground. In our Exodus series we’re moving towards another climax of the book, the giving of the law and reception of the Mosaic Covenant. This is massively important for the Christian to gain an understanding of as the Mosaic Law and the Old Covenant are foundational to understanding Jesus’ teachings and the New Covenant. I’m excited about how things are lining up with Good Friday and Easter in the context of talking about the law as I think we have the opportunity to grasp the gospel and the amazing grace of God (Who are you going to invite this year to Good Friday and Easter services?). Preaching wise in the coming month we’re going to have a couple special messages, one on Parenting (Feb 24) and one on how to grow in the faith (March 17) that I think will bless our church. Ministry wise we’ve had a great 6 weeks with lots of participation and a hunger for the Lord and a deep desire to do his will. With Pastor Bo taking a new role in the church as Director of Discipleship, and Pastor Collin laying out a future direction for our worship team, with our new Elder Board and Deacon Board getting ready to hit their strides in the second year of the new organizational structure, with the Family Team connecting with lots of couples, and the thriving Men’s Ministry and the new direction of the Outreach Team I’m very encouraged! It’s not like everything is going perfect (that’s reserved for a place called heaven, right?) but our church is very healthy on multiple fronts and I’m very thankful. I’ve also found myself looking ahead more and more to the possibility of a new Discipleship/Community Building to serve our children and future generations and what that would mean for how we could use the Sprung Building for outreach. My daydreaming about the possibilities has increased lately as the architects have worked on some design upgrades and we’ve had more than $40,000 of new building fund designated gifts come in – looking forward to the upcoming business meeting on March 3rd as more details are shared. 

You guys, as we start itching for Spring let’s pray for the Lord to continue to keep his hand on our church – he’s given us a great run of grace over the last few decades – let’s itch for a healthier and healthier church and ask the Lord to bring it about! Pray for the Lord draw us closer to himself and may we know him better. Pray that he would empower us to share the gospel more and more and that we would be able to see many people come to new life in Jesus. Pray that he would grace us to love and serve one another more intentionally and may we all grow in unity and maturity as each part does its work.

Here’s some of what’s coming up at LWBF:

PARENTING SERMON February 24

One of the high points in life is when we are entrusted with the blessing of a child. At the same time the gift of children is one of the most challenging responsibilities we can ever take on! Very few of us feel equipped! What does God expect of parents? What is the parenting task from a biblical point of view? Successful parenting certainly entails more than mere technique and can’t be reduced to only having strong feelings of love and good intentions towards our children. What’s the plan? Join us on Sunday, Feb 24th as we open the scriptures and talk about biblical parenting.

BABY DEDICATIONS February 24

At Living Water we offer a time for parents to make a public statement of their desire for God’s grace upon their children and to dedicate them to the Lord.  If you have an infant or toddler that you would like to be dedicated to the Lord in one of our worship services, please contact Pastor Jeron at 589-6351 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Anna Gearhart (Puddles Director) at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Our next time for dedications will be Sunday, February 24

ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING March 3

Join us on Sunday, March 3 for a potluck lunch and then our annual business meeting where we share reports from the past year, pass the new budget and make important decisions for our future. 

BAPTISMS March 10

Baptism is a sign of one’s repentance and faith.  It is an act in which you publically declare your trust and allegiance to Jesus.  Ideally it should happen soon after a person has made the decision to follow Jesus. Have you started following Jesus but haven’t yet been baptized?  The next baptisms will take place Sunday, March 10. Please contact Pastor Jeron (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / 589-6351) if you are ready to obey Jesus in this area, or if you have questions.

PARENT LUNCHEONS start March 31

If you are a parent you have a great job!  But it’s also full of challenges! Our Family Team wants to offer some support so you are invited to join us on Sundays at noon March 31st, April 14th and April 29th for food, fellowship, encouragement and learning.  More information to come. 

COMMUNITY GROUPS

Contact Pastor Bo with any questions you have about joining or starting a group. 719-529-1204 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES

-      EAGLE LAKE DAY CAMP  July 29 – August 2nd here at Living Water. Register at https://eaglelakecamps.com/camp/livingwater/

-      GLOBAL LEADERSHIP SUMMIT August 8-9 here at Living Water. Register at https://globalleadership.org/global-leadership-summit/

-      VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL August 12-16 here at Living Water

 

FALL FELLOWSHIP

Living Water is organizing an RV camping trip Labor Day weekend. Join your church family with lots of activities to choose from including bible study and worship. For info, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 719-588-8748

ONGOING MINISTRIES

Various Community Groups and Bible Studies throughout the week (call office or look on website for details). 

Sunday Morning Children’s Programs:  Lily Pad (Preschool-1st Grade) and Kidsplash (2nd – 5th Grade) meet at 10:45 in the Sprung Building

Teen Bible Study meets Sundays at 10:45 in the Reign Building

Young Adult Group meets Tuesday nights at 6:30 pm (study at 7:00 pm) in the Fellowship Hall

Mothers of Preschoolers Group meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month at 9:00 am in the Fellowship Hall

Wednesday in the Word at 6:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall.   

Youth Group meets Wednesday nights at 6:30 pm in the Reign Building. 

Children’s Bible Quizzing meets Wednesday nights at 6:30 pm in the Sprung Building

Men’s Prayer Breakfast meets Thursday mornings at 6:00 am in the Fellowship Hall

God bless!

Pastor Jeron

Thursday, 07 February 2019 09:44

Together is Better - Update 2-7-19

Rates of depression and suicide among our young people have risen over the years. Prescriptions of anti-anxiety meds and anti-depressants have risen as well. I imagine the same holds true for adults. There are a lot of theories as to why this is happening. The most popular one that I’ve heard is that with the rise of the smart phone, social media and endless screen time is that our relationships and our physical connections to one another have suffered. God has wired us for close human relationships and we have a need for one another that is not being met, and our mental health is taking a hit. Family time is lacking and young people simply don’t respond to a text message from parents telling them that they are loved the same way they do to a physical hug and physical time with family and friends. At the same time of course, there are fewer children learning about the Lord in our society and fewer boys and girls growing up in homes where there is a biblical faith, hope and love expressed and lived out. These life transforming and supporting beliefs are caught and absorbed by children in homes as siblings and parents and grandparents live in rhythms of grace and model what it means to have a living hope. 

There are likely many societal and cultural realities that also contribute to growing anxiety and suicide rates but the good news is that God has given us a family of faith and taught us values and lifestyle patterns that if implemented can in many cases keep us healthy. Let me talk like a doctor giving a prescription for health: First of all you have a wonderful church family. Make time for the friendships and relationships that God has provided you in the church. Open your home to others. Reject the current cultural trend that you don’t need anyone or that you don’t need friends. Find ways to love your brothers and sisters in practical ways and you will not only support them but you will feel better about yourself. Second, uphold your faith and your beliefs through the simple act of participating in worship services or community group involvement or if you are a family, have regular times of family worship (Scripture study, prayer, singing, etc.). It might be easier to sit in front of the screen and binge on movies or shows but we were made for interaction with others and in a corporate or small group setting or a class you are put in a position of encouraged and supported in healthy ways of living. As a family carve out time together which doesn’t include a smart phone and do things where you are actually interacting.  Third, we don’t do well without a purpose. Christ Jesus has given us a mission worth living for and it’s not simply to pay a mortgage. Love and serve unbelievers and community members in the name of Jesus Christ. Reach out and help others. Seek to share the good news. Are you living in ways that are healthy and glorifying to God?  What changes do you need to make?   

DATE NIGHT February 8

The Family Team’s next Date Night will be Friday, February 8th.  The Valentine Day holiday puts a lot of expectations on marriages that might not be healthy. Our focus will be to talk about biblical love and serving our spouse in love in ways they can appreciate. Childcare available. RSVP to Cheryl O’Dowd This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 588-0121

MEMBERSHIP CLASS This Sunday 10:45

Want to learn more about this church? Ready to become a member of Living Water? Attend the Membership Class this Sunday in the Cross Building. Meets from 10:45 till noon Sunday, February 10 and 17. RSVP to Pastor Bo 719-529-1204 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

YOUNG ADULT/COLLEGE STUDENT MEAL February 10

The Senior Saints Group are doing the cooking and ask all college students and young adults to join them in the Fellowship Hall to fellowship and enjoy a meal after the second worship service on Sunday, February 10th

BABY DEDICATIONS February 24

At Living Water we offer a time for parents to make a public statement of their desire for God’s grace upon their children and to dedicate them to the Lord.  If you have an infant or toddler that you would like to be dedicated to the Lord in one of our worship services, please contact Pastor Jeron at 589-6351 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Anna Gearhart (Puddles Director) at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Our next time for dedications will be Sunday, February 24

ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING March 3

Join us on Sunday, March 3 for a potluck lunch and then our annual business meeting where we share reports from the past year, pass the new budget and make important decisions for our future. 

BAPTISMS March 10

Baptism is a sign of one’s repentance and faith.  It is an act in which you publically declare your trust and allegiance to Jesus.  Ideally it should happen soon after a person has made the decision to follow Jesus. Have you started following Jesus but haven’t yet been baptized?  The next baptisms will take place Sunday, March 10. Please contact Pastor Jeron (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / 589-6351) if you are ready to obey Jesus in this area, or if you have questions.

PARENT LUNCHEONS

If you are a parent you have a great job!  But it’s also full of challenges! Our Family Team wants to offer some support so you are invited to join us on Sundays at noon March 31st, April 14th and April 29th for food, fellowship, encouragement and learning.  More information to come. 

BIBLE STUDY FOR TEENS

Teens from 6th-12th grade are invited to meet on Sunday mornings at 10:45 in the Reign Building for an interactive Bible study

MOTHERS OF PRESCHOOLERS

Meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month at 9:00 am in the Fellowship Hall

COMMUNITY GROUPS

Contact Pastor Bo with any questions you have about joining or starting a group. 719-529-1204 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES

-      MISSION TRIP TO GUATEMALA Our Mission Team is inviting you to consider traveling to Guatemala June 29-July 6, 2019.  Contact Eric Palmer Eric Palmer atThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information. 

-      EAGLE LAKE DAY CAMP  July 29 – August 2nd here at Living Water. Register at https://eaglelakecamps.com/camp/livingwater/

-      GLOBAL LEADERSHIP SUMMIT August 8-9 here at Living Water. Register at https://globalleadership.org/global-leadership-summit/

-      VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL August 12-16 here at Living Water

 

FALL FELLOWSHIP

Living Water is organizing an RV camping trip Labor Day weekend. Join your church family with lots of activities to choose from including bible study and worship. For info, emailThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 719-588-8748

 

FOOD BANK
We have the privilege to serve our community with non-perishable food items in times of need, thanks to the church family. At this time the food banks food supply is low. Here is a list of items that go quickly: 
pasta                 spaghetti sauce    mac & cheese
dry cereal          dry milk                 peanut butter 
sugar                 soup                     corn meal             
flour                   canned meat        canned fruit
pork n beans     cooking oil             oatmeal
rice                    canned ravioli 
If you would like to help, drop off non-perishable food items in the lobby. 

Thanks for reading!  Pastor Jeron

Thursday, 31 January 2019 13:37

Adoption - Update 1-31-2019

Yesterday several of us traveled to the Conejos County Courthouse to see a boy get adopted by a family of our church. It was a wonderful moment and I think everyone teared up when we saw the kid start to cry as the judge told him it was official. 

Do you know, Christian, that you too have been adopted? “But to all who did receive him, who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God” (John 1:12). God has made all those who trust in Jesus members of his family. “But now that faith has come, we are no longer under a guardian, for in Christ Jesus you are all sons of God, through faith” (Galatians 3:25-26). 

We have great privileges because we have been adopted by God and made his children (list taken from Systematic Theology by Wayne Grudem):

-      We are able to speak to God and relate to him as a good and loving Father

-      We have a Father who understands us and takes care of our needs

-      We have a great inheritance in heaven because we are heirs of God

-      We are disciplined in love as God’s children for our benefit and for his glory

-      We are able to share in Jesus’ sufferings and glory

-      We have a family of faith, which helps us through this life with acts of service and love

-      We have dads and moms, brothers and sisters that we serve alongside in the mission of Christ

-      We have a family who we can learn from on how to navigate and live life

How does someone become a part of God’s family?  People are saved and adopted into the family of God when they repent of their sins and place their trust in Jesus as Savior and Lord. God works in people to bring them to saving faith and he uses his children to communicate the good news regarding the opportunity to be saved and adopted. We as his children are the primary means of bringing the gospel to lost people so that they have the opportunity to repent and turn to Jesus and become sons and daughters of God.

Ponder the passion of the Apostle Paul in gospel sharing: “I have made myself a servant to all, that I might win more of them. To the Jews I became as a Jew, in order to win Jews. To those under the law I became as one under the law… that I might win those under the law. To those outside the law I became as one outside the law… that I might win those outside the law. To the weak I became weak, that I might win the weak. I have become all things to all people, that by all means I might save some” (1 Corinthians 9:19-22). 

May we all become more zealous and intentional about sharing the good news of Jesus Christ so that more people might become saved and adopted into the family of God.

Here’s some of what’s happening in the near future at Living Water…

NEW DISCIPLESHIP / COMMUNITY BUILING PROPOSAL UPDATE

You may or may not know that in recent years we had put a lot of labor and expense and discussion with the wider church in coming up with a design plan for developing our campus. In the last several months the Elder Board has made the decision to begin looking into the construction of a particular building in that plan to be used for Christian Education, Discipleship and Community engagement. The building committee had a good meeting last Thursday as we discussed and made suggestions to the original layout of the proposed building. The refinements have now been sent on to the architects and we are awaiting their efforts. The next steps will be to determine cost estimates, finalize plans for financing the project, and put together a complete informational package on building design, costs, and financing to be made available to the church by (hopefully) early April. We hope to have the church vote to move forward and approve the project at a special business meeting in early May.  

COMMUNION THIS SUNDAY 9:00 and 10:45 am

Let’s prepare ourselves in the coming days to participate in the Lord’s Supper this Sunday. Has it been awhile since you’ve spent time with the Lord? Confessed your sins? Unburdened yourselves of your fears and anxiety? Let’s use this scheduled monthly time of worship as a motivation to privately examine ourselves and our walk with Jesus before coming to celebrate and remember his great act of love at worship services. 

Just a reminder that during the time of communion we shut the doors to minimize the traffic in and out of the sanctuary to maintain our focus on the Lord. You can of course leave the sanctuary if need be, but we ask you not to re-enter until the completion of the Lord’s Supper so that others aren’t distracted from their worship.

THANKS PARENTS!

The folks in Lily Pad and Kidsplash are thankful for all the parents who came to last Sunday’s “Take your Parent to Children’s Ministry Day!” You will be getting some follow-up communication soon.

DATE NIGHT February 8

The Family Team’s next Date Night will be Friday, February 8th.  The Valentine Day holiday puts a lot of expectations on marriages that might not be healthy. Our focus will be to talk about biblical love and serving our spouse in love in ways they can appreciate. Childcare available. RSVP to Cheryl O’Dowd This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 588-0121

WEDNESDAY NIGHTS AT LIVING WATER

-      Waves Bible Quizzing meets from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in the Sprung Building.  This is elementary aged kids with the goal of helping them know the Word of God.

-      Reign Youth Group meets at 6:30 pm in the Reign Building. This group is for teens from 6th grade through 12th grade. 

-      Wednesday Night in the Word meets from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall. Last night was the introduction so the class really gets going this next Wednesday, February 6th.  Childcare available, please RSVP to Anna Gearheart if you need childcare atThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

MEMBERSHIP CLASS February 10 and 17 at 10:45

Want to learn more about this church? Ready to become a member of Living Water? Attend the Membership Class in February. Meets from 10:45 till noon Sunday, February 10 and 17. RSVP to Pastor Bo 719-529-1204 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

YOUNG ADULT/COLLEGE STUDENT MEAL February 10

The Senior Saints Group are doing the cooking and ask all college students and young adults to join them in the Fellowship Hall to fellowship and enjoy a meal after the second worship service on Sunday, February 10th

BABY DEDICATIONS February 24

At Living Water we offer a time for parents to make a public statement of their desire for God’s grace upon their children and to dedicate them to the Lord.  If you have an infant or toddler that you would like to be dedicated to the Lord in one of our worship services, please contact Pastor Jeron at 589-6351 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Anna Gearhart (Puddles Director) at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Our next time for dedications will be Sunday, February 24

ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING March 3

Join us on Sunday, March 3 for a potluck lunch and then our annual business meeting where we share reports from the past year, pass the new budget and make important decisions for our future. 

BAPTISMS March 10

Baptism is a sign of one’s repentance and faith.  It is an act in which you publically declare your trust and allegiance to Jesus.  Ideally it should happen soon after a person has made the decision to follow Jesus. Have you started following Jesus but haven’t yet been baptized?  The next baptisms will take place Sunday, March 10. Please contact Pastor Jeron (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / 589-6351) if you are ready to obey Jesus in this area, or if you have questions.

PARENT LUNCHEONS

If you are a parent you have a great job!  But it’s also full of challenges! Our Family Team wants to offer some support so you are invited to join us on Sundays at noon March 31st, April 14th and April 29th for food, fellowship, encouragement and learning.  More information to come. 

BIBLE STUDY FOR TEENS

Teens from 6th-12th grade are invited to meet on Sunday mornings at 10:45 in the Reign Building for an interactive Bible study

MOTHERS OF PRESCHOOLERS

Meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month at 9:00 am in the Fellowship Hall

COMMUNITY GROUPS

Contact Pastor Bo with any questions you have about joining or starting a group. 719-529-1204 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES

-      MISSION TRIP TO GUATEMALA Our Mission Team is inviting you to consider traveling to Guatemala June 29-July 6, 2019.  Contact Eric Palmer Eric Palmer at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information. 

-      EAGLE LAKE DAY CAMP  July 29 – August 2nd here at Living Water. Register at https://eaglelakecamps.com/camp/livingwater/

-      GLOBAL LEADERSHIP SUMMIT August 8-9 here at Living Water. Register at https://globalleadership.org/global-leadership-summit/

-      VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL August 12-16 here at Living Water

 

FOOD BANK
We have the privilege to serve our community with non-perishable food items in times of need, thanks to the church family. At this time the food banks food supply is low. Here is a list of items that go quickly: 
pasta                 spaghetti sauce    mac & cheese
dry cereal          dry milk                 peanut butter 
sugar                 soup                      corn meal             
flour                   canned meat         canned fruit
pork n beans     cooking oil             oatmeal
rice                     canned ravioli 
If you would like to help, drop off non-perishable food items in the lobby. 

 

“Beloved, we are God’s children now, and what we will be has not yet appeared; but we know that when he appears we shall be like him, because we shall see him as he is” (1 John 3:2).

Thanks for reading!

Jeron

Thursday, 24 January 2019 10:30

Are you growing in Christ - Update 1-24-19

Once we have trusted in Jesus we should expect changes to come into our life. Growth is expected. Biblically the developmental process is compared to infants growing up into adults. Unfortunately there is a tendency for us as Christians to stay immature in our faith. What are some of the marks of an infant Christian as compared to an adolescent Christian and an adult Christian? Knowledge of God is one important mark. New Christians or Christians who haven’t matured don’t have much personal knowledge of God. They don’t know what God has revealed about himself in the Scriptures nor do they have a relational and experiential knowledge of God. Mature Christians know what the Bible teaches about God and they know God personally. We are to be lifelong learners, always seeking a growing relationship with our Lord and Savior. Another mark of maturity is the ability to say no to sin and to practice righteousness – obedience to the Lord should become progressively greater.  While some sins are easily recognized there is also a long process of learning what the Lord wants – holiness and obedience is a learned skill brought about through Scripture study, prayer and the church’s ministry to us while at the same time a learned dependency upon the Lord. Fruitfulness is also a mark of maturity. The best way to describe fruitfulness is to list characteristics that were originally seen in Jesus but now have become part of the Christian: Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control. The greatest mark of maturity is Christ-like love. “Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another” (John 13:34-35). “So now faith, hope and love abide, these three, but the greatest of these is love” (1 Corinthians 13:13). “Owe no one anything, except to love each other, for the one who loves another has fulfilled the law.. Love does no wrong to a neighbor; therefore love is the fulfilling of the law” (Romans 13:8-10). “Beloved, let us love one another, for love is from God, and whoever loves has been born of God and knows God. Anyone who does not love does not know god, because God is love” (1 John 4:7-8).

          So how do we grow in Christ? How do we grow in maturity? How do we become the Christian Jesus saved us to be? Let me be very clear. God is the starting point and the source of all Christian growth. From our regeneration at the beginning of our journey with the Lord, to our glorification upon our arrival in heaven it is by the grace of God that we are changed. “He who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion” (Philippians 1:6). “I planted, Apollos watered, but God gave the growth” (1 Corinthians 3:6). We grow by being dependent on the power of God.

But we have a role to play in our development as well. Our spiritual growth also requires our effort. The sad fact is that there are Christians around who have not developed, who are still drinking milk instead of eating solid food because they haven’t made the effort to grow or who haven’t been in a setting where they can grow. First, you and I grow by taking the truth and applying it to our lives. “Solid food is for the mature, who by constant use have trained themselves to distinguish good from evil” (Hebrews 5:14). Knowing biblical facts is good, but growth really happens when we take the truth and intently live it out in our real life settings. We are to train ourselves in godliness, which implies developing habits and routines that put us in position to grow. “Make every effort to add to your faith goodness; and to goodness, knowledge; and to knowledge, self-control; and to self-control, perseverance; and to perseverance, godliness; and to godliness, brotherly kindness; and to brotherly kindness, love” (2nd Peter 1:5-7). How do we grow? Let me sum up this first point by telling you to go into training. Train yourself for godliness.

Second we grow as we are connected to the church, the body of Christ. We are to learn how to be Christians not only from the Scriptures but from our fathers and mothers, our brothers and sisters in the faith. We are to follow the example of those who are more mature than us in the faith. “Follow my example, as I follow the example of Christ” (1 Corinthians 11:1). Really, all of us have a role in serving and maturing others in the church. Spiritual gifts are divine enablement for the growth and benefit of others: “To each is given the manifestation of the Spirit for the common good” (1 Corinthians 11:7). What is vital is that you are connected with other believers and that as a group you are seeking one-another’s maturity. Jesus commanded us to make disciples and we can’t do this from a distance. We grow as we pour into one another, as we feed each other the word, as we pray for each other and minister to each other. If you are unconnected to the church you will find it very difficult to grow – you need other believers as examples, mentors, teachers, encouragers, pray-ers, servants in your life if you are to grow!  We become disciples by walking with more mature disciples. How do we grow? Let me sum up by telling you to join a community group and connecting yourself and your family with those people closely, or to say it another way – connect your life with others in the body of Christ who are intent on growing in the Lord and together intentionally seek to know the Lord and apply his truths to life together.

Here’s some of what’s happening at Living Water in the near future: 

TAKE YOUR PARENT TO CHILDREN’S MINISTRY DAY – January 27

You’ve heard of take your kid to work day? Well on Sunday, January 27th all the children involved in Lily Pad and Kidsplash are going to have a chance to bring their parents into the Sprung Building to check out what they are doing and learning. Parents you’ll be getting more information but please plan on being at Living Water on Sunday, January 27th and learning about our children’s ministry. We want to come alongside you and help you bring your kids up in the nurture and instruction of the Lord. 

WEDNESDAY IN THE WORD Starts January 30 – Understanding the Trinity

What is God like? Who is God? Does your view of God line up with what the Scriptures teach? This winter’s topic in Wednesday Night in the Word will be a study of the one God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Why do we Christians believe in the Trinity and what is it that we believe about it? Plan on Joining us at 6:30 on Wednesday Nights in the Fellowship Hall. Childcare provided, but please RSVP to Anna Gearheart if you need childcare atThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

DATE NIGHT February 8

The Family Team’s next Date Night will be Friday, February 8th.  The Valentine Day holiday puts a lot of expectations on marriages that might not be healthy. Our focus will be to talk about biblical love and serving our spouse in love in ways they can appreciate. Childcare available. RSVP to Cheryl O’Dowd This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 588-0121

WEDNESDAY NIGHTS AT LIVING WATER

-      Waves Bible Quizzing meets from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in the Sprung Building.  This is elementary aged kids with the goal of helping them know the Word of God.

-      Reign Youth Group meets at 6:30 pm in the Reign Building. This group is for teens from 6th grade through 12th grade. 

-      Wednesday Night in the Word meets from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall. 

MEMBERSHIP CLASS February 10 and 17 at 10:45

Want to learn more about this church? Ready to become a member of Living Water? Attend the Membership Class in February. Meets from 10:45 till noon Sunday, February 10 and 17. RSVP to Pastor Bo 719-529-1204 orThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

BABY DEDICATIONS February 24

At Living Water we offer a time for parents to make a public statement of their desire for God’s grace upon their children and to dedicate them to the Lord.  If you have an infant or toddler that you would like to be dedicated to the Lord in one of our worship services, please contact Pastor Jeron at 589-6351 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Anna Gearhart (Puddles Director) at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Our next time for dedications will be Sunday, February 24

ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING March 3

Join us on Sunday, March 3 for a potluck lunch and then our annual business meeting where we share reports from the past year, pass the new budget and make important decisions for our future. 

BAPTISMS March 10

Baptism is a sign of one’s repentance and faith.  It is an act in which you publically declare your trust and allegiance to Jesus.  Ideally it should happen soon after a person has made the decision to follow Jesus. Have you started following Jesus but haven’t yet been baptized?  The next baptisms will take place Sunday, March 10. Please contact Pastor Jeron (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / 589-6351) if you are ready to obey Jesus in this area, or if you have questions.

COMMUNITY GROUPS

Contact Pastor Bo with any questions you have about joining or starting a group. 719-529-1204 orThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

PLACES TO SERVE

Ephesians 4:16 says “from him the whole body, joined and held together by every joint with which it is equipped, when each part is working properly, makes the body grow so that it builds itself up in love.” You have a role in ministry. If you are looking for a place to tie into the body and contribute here are some of the areas where you can plug in and serve (there are others areas not listed so if you have a particular passion for an area of service give Pastor Jeron a call and we will talk!). 

Worship Team (currently looking for qualified drummers, pianists)  Pastor Collin Brooks –This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 720-427-2344

Décor Team – Melanie Jeppesen This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 719-496-7177

Outreach Team – Amy Scavezze This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 588-5753

Mission Team – John Clark  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 832-725-0616

Women’s Ministry Team – Beth Dillon This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 850-1406

Men’s Ministry Team – Larry Gardner This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 715-966-0616

Kitchen Team – Kay Curtis This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 588-9517

Safety Team – Randy Atkinson 588-2809

Family Team – Dennis & Cheryl O’Dowd  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 588-0121

Nursery – serve infants and toddlers and their parents during a worship service or during the week.  Contact Anna Gearhart at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 469-0114

Children’s Ministry Life Guards – Sometimes the teachers of Lily Pad and Kidsplash need help and so they call on their “Life Guards” to assist with the children.  Contact Becky McGee at 580-2834 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you can help Sunday mornings during the 10:45 service (worship at 9:00 am service, serve at 10:45 service)

Lily Pad – There are lots and lots of preschoolers – 1st Grade aged kids that are hungry for the Word of God and need to know of God’s love. Serve them through teaching or through activities during the 10:45 service (worship at 9:00 am service, serve at 10:45 service). Contact Becky McGee at 580-2834 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Kidsplash – There are lots of 2nd Grade – 5th Grade aged kids who need to meet Jesus and need to grow as disciples of Jesus.  Serve them through teaching or through activities during the 10:45 service (worship at 9:00 am service, serve at 10:45 service).  Contact ChrisAnn Zook at 719-850-9900 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Guest Services – As a church we always want to make people feel at home when they come to our worship services. We have lots of slots available for you to greet people at our doors or to serve people through the simple gesture of handing out bulletins and smiling. Contact Dave Haage at 719-298-2635 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Making Waves Bible Quizzing – Join other volunteers (on a regular basis or as a substitute) on Wednesday nights in helping kids learn and apply the scriptures.  Contact Rosemary Bertin at 588-6304 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tidal Waves Bible Study – Sunday mornings at 10:45 am. Contact Krista Culver at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

CHURCH APP

Living Water now has an App that you can download for Apple and Android Mobile Devices. You can use the app for such things as registering children for Puddles, Lily Pad and Kidsplash. 

Thanks for reading! 

Pastor Jeron

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