Ministry Blog

Reaching New Heights to Reach More People

Just as children need a home and parents, Christians need a place to be discipled and grow in faith. Charis Bible College provides the perfect environment for people to receive guidance, develop their gifts and talents, and pursue their God-given purpose. We’ve seen incredible fruit since our Woodland Park campus opened in 2014—and as God raises…

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Shaping Your Future

God has given you the responsibility to oversee your own life.  Even though it’s our responsibility, we can rely on God’s grace, God’s promises, God’s Word, God’s nature inside us, and the Holy Spirit to guide and comfort us along the way. We can all choose the direction of our lives. Praise God!  Since we…

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Galatians: Speaking the Truth in Love

When was the last time someone you respected corrected you? Telling the truth, even if it means risking rejection, is a strong indication of someone’s genuine concern. In the book of Galatians, we have a front-row seat to the Apostle Paul’s loving but stern correction to the Galatian church.  Galatia is the same region where…

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Relationship with God Leads to Vision

In a world full of distractions, do you crave rest, deeper intimacy with God, and a vision for your future? Make plans to attend the 2022 Women Arise Conference at Charis Bible College in Woodland Park, Colorado! Bring your friends, mothers, sisters, and daughters November 3–5, and immerse yourselves in God’s Word together. This year’s…

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Take Time for God

Ministry is a rewarding calling, and ministers are blessed by God to do His work on this earth. Yet ministers often find themselves burned out and struggling to remember the desire for ministry they had at the beginning of their journey.  If this sounds like you, then you need to make time for the Lord…

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Back to the Bible

In 2014, I had a student at Charis Bible College come to me and tell me that the school had radically changed her life. She said she was an extreme liberal when she first came, but by graduation, she had become so conservative that many in her own family had nearly disowned her because of…

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