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Rocky Mountain Conference 2010

posted by Robert Gelinas

RMC.jpgI’m looking forward to speaking this weekend to the crisis pregnancy workers of Colorado at the Rocky Mountain Conference in beautiful Buena Vista.  These people are angels to women in times of need, confusion & stress.  It is my prayer that God will fill them up with his love and mercy.  Please pray for them.  Their desire is to experience, “Selah.”



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rschaefer@coloradocommunity.org

posted September 10, 2010 at 12:47 pm


Lord Jesus,
You are the Light, the Love, the Hope, the Joy, the Peace.
You are sustaining Grace, unfailing Mercy, undeniable Provision.
You are kind and consistent…
a Void-filler and a Restorer.
You redeem, renew, refresh & revitalize.
You are The Resurrected One.
We need Your Truth, Your Presence, Your Purpose and Your people
to keep us on course and in sync.
May all present at the conference be awakened to new Life stirring within.
Amen



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Ben MacLeay

posted September 12, 2010 at 12:37 pm


Robert,
Thought you might enjoy this post, 30 sec. read but extremely relevant to how we seem to act daily as Christians.
http://sethgodin.typepad.com/ – main page, the post is why jazz is more interesting than bowling.



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albert hall

posted September 12, 2010 at 9:41 pm


I attended the conference and gotta tell you that his sermons regarding mercy were really good. He spoke the truth and challenged us to not weaken and to keep doing the LORDS work. Giving mercy is not always pretty and sometimes gets us “dirty”. But in order to receive mercy we must give mercy, Matt 5:7. He used the story of Jesus and the ten lepers to illustrate how we need to leave our comfort zone and reach out to the untouchables, such as the Samaritan that was the only one to “thank” Jesus. Keep on working for the LORD and not the approval of man.
God Bless you Robert
Albert



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