A Practical Way to Stand for Life

By Jason McConahy,

Last weekend was “Sanctity of Human Life” Sunday, a day set aside to acknowledge the need to think rightly about life and stand for the rights of the unborn in our culture. As you ponder your own role in this cultural challenge, we wanted to point you toward a couple of ways to stir your heart and engage your mind. 

First, the annual “baby bottle” fundraiser for the Alpha Center is underway. Grab a baby bottle from the back of the sanctuary, take it home, and fill it with change for the next couple of weeks. We will be collecting them the weekend of February 17th. Also, by way of reminder, MVC has joined with a few other churches in giving 1% of our annual budget to the Alpha Center, which translated to just under $20,000 for the 2018 calendar year.

Second, a few years ago we took two weeks to lay out a biblical foundation for thinking about abortion, and how to meaningfully engage our culture with the healing power of the gospel. If you weren’t with us then, or if you are looking for something to engage your heart and mind on this topic, you can find the series here… 


The Book of Acts

By Dan Pourbaix,

This past weekend we began our journey through the book of Acts! In the sermon, Kevin showed the first few minutes of a video from The Bible Project that gives a great overview of Acts. The full videos (part 1 and part 2) are posted below. We would encourage you to take time to watch these videos as we start our series through Acts.

If you weren’t able to join us this past Sunday, you can listen to the sermon by clicking here!

Why Plant Churches?

By Dan Pourbaix,
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On Sunday, Kevin talked about our vision of being a multiplying church reaching the city of Fort Collins and impacting the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ. One of the ways he talked about us getting there is through church planting. Here are a couple of links to helpful resources about why we should plant churches:

If you weren't able to join us for one or both of the last two sermons on our Mission and Vision, here are the links -