Our adult ministry is designed simply to equip the adults of DaySpring to move from babes in Christ, to maturing saints, to Oaks of Righteousness (Isaiah 61:3). Our goal is to offer great biblical teaching by gifted teachers who have the ability to inspire and influence lives for Christ. There are various opportunities to grow in your faith:

  1. Adult Sunday School Classes – We currently offer five adult classes that vary in subject matter, depth and applicability. Adult Education is a great strength of our body. Classes run on trimesters, 16 weeks.
  2. Wednesday Night Classes – Rotating elective classes are offered throughout the school year. Summer studies break into a men’s and women’s study
  3. Small Groups – Currently we have almost a dozen small groups of varying formats, ages and sizes. Check the Small Group section of the website for more details.
  4. All Church Prayer – fourth Sunday of each month at 5:00 p.m.

Our adult ministry is designed simply to equip the adults of DaySpring to move from babes in Christ, to maturing saints, to Oaks of Righteousness (Isaiah 61:3). Our goal is to offer great biblical teaching by gifted teachers who have the ability to inspire and influence lives for Christ. There are various opportunities to grow in your faith:

  1. Adult Sunday School Classes – We currently offer five adult classes that vary in subject matter, depth and applicability. Adult Education is a great strength of our body. Classes run on trimesters, 16 weeks.
  2. Wednesday Night Classes – Rotating elective classes are offered throughout the school year. Summer studies break into a men’s and women’s study
  3. Small Groups – Currently we have almost a dozen small groups of varying formats, ages and sizes. Check the Small Group section of the website for more details.
  4. All Church Prayer – fourth Sunday of each month at 5:00 p.m.

Our adult ministry is designed simply to equip the adults of DaySpring to move from babes in Christ, to maturing saints, to Oaks of Righteousness (Isaiah 61:3). Our goal is to offer great biblical teaching by gifted teachers who have the ability to inspire and influence lives for Christ. There are various opportunities to grow in your faith:

  1. Adult Sunday School Classes – We currently offer five adult classes that vary in subject matter, depth and applicability. Adult Education is a great strength of our body. Classes run on trimesters, 16 weeks.
  2. Wednesday Night Classes – Rotating elective classes are offered throughout the school year. Summer studies break into a men’s and women’s study
  3. Small Groups – Currently we have almost a dozen small groups of varying formats, ages and sizes. Check the Small Group section of the website for more details.
  4. All Church Prayer – fourth Sunday of each month at 5:00 p.m.

Our adult ministry is designed simply to equip the adults of DaySpring to move from babes in Christ, to maturing saints, to Oaks of Righteousness (Isaiah 61:3). Our goal is to offer great biblical teaching by gifted teachers who have the ability to inspire and influence lives for Christ. There are various opportunities to grow in your faith:

  1. Adult Sunday School Classes – We currently offer five adult classes that vary in subject matter, depth and applicability. Adult Education is a great strength of our body. Classes run on trimesters, 16 weeks.
  2. Wednesday Night Classes – Rotating elective classes are offered throughout the school year. Summer studies break into a men’s and women’s study
  3. Small Groups – Currently we have almost a dozen small groups of varying formats, ages and sizes. Check the Small Group section of the website for more details.
  4. All Church Prayer – fourth Sunday of each month at 5:00 p.m.

Men's Ministry

“The things which you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses, entrust these to faithful men who will be able to teach others also.” – 2 Timothy 2:2

“The things which you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses, entrust these to faithful men who will be able to teach others also.” – 2 Timothy 2:2

“The things which you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses, entrust these to faithful men who will be able to teach others also.” – 2 Timothy 2:2

“The things which you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses, entrust these to faithful men who will be able to teach others also.” – 2 Timothy 2:2

Intention & Direction

DaySpring’s intention for each man is:

  • being wholeheartedly committed to God
  • to set our minds on the things above
  • being an instrument for noble purposes
  • being a builder of relationships (family, friends, the world)
  • establishing a spiritual home and family

 


 

DaySpring’s intention for each man is:

  • being wholeheartedly committed to God
  • to set our minds on the things above
  • being an instrument for noble purposes
  • being a builder of relationships (family, friends, the world)
  • establishing a spiritual home and family

 


 

Several ways to help accomplish these goals:

  • A yearly Men’s retreat!
  • A Father/Son retreat:  September 15,16
  • A summer series designed specifically for men:  Begins June 7, Put on, Put off (Dead to sin, Alive to Christ)
  • Seasonal events
  • Quarterly Breakfasts:  next July 29
  • Events such as a Horseshoe Tournament:  September 24

 

DaySpring’s intention for each man is:

  • being wholeheartedly committed to God
  • to set our minds on the things above
  • being an instrument for noble purposes
  • being a builder of relationships (family, friends, the world)
  • establishing a spiritual home and family

 


 

Several ways to help accomplish these goals:

  • A yearly Men’s retreat!
  • A Father/Son retreat:  September 15,16
  • A summer series designed specifically for men:  Begins June 7, Put on, Put off (Dead to sin, Alive to Christ)
  • Seasonal events
  • Quarterly Breakfasts:  next July 29
  • Events such as a Horseshoe Tournament:  September 24

 

DaySpring’s intention for each man is:

  • being wholeheartedly committed to God
  • to set our minds on the things above
  • being an instrument for noble purposes
  • being a builder of relationships (family, friends, the world)
  • establishing a spiritual home and family

 


 

Several ways to help accomplish these goals:

  • A yearly Men’s retreat!
  • A Father/Son retreat:  September 15,16
  • A summer series designed specifically for men:  Begins June 7, Put on, Put off (Dead to sin, Alive to Christ)
  • Seasonal events
  • Quarterly Breakfasts:  next July 29
  • Events such as a Horseshoe Tournament:  September 24

 

Instilling

SCRIPTURES:

  • Matthew 22:37, Micah 6:8
  • Philippians 4:8,9
  • 2 Peter 1:4-11, Philippians 2:1-11
  • Ephesians 4:1-7, Colossians 3:2-4
  • 2 Timothy 2:1,2 and 11-13, 21
  • 1 Thessalonians 2:7

SCRIPTURES:

  • Matthew 22:37, Micah 6:8
  • Philippians 4:8,9
  • 2 Peter 1:4-11, Philippians 2:1-11
  • Ephesians 4:1-7, Colossians 3:2-4
  • 2 Timothy 2:1,2 and 11-13, 21
  • 1 Thessalonians 2:7

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SCRIPTURES:

  • Matthew 22:37, Micah 6:8
  • Philippians 4:8,9
  • 2 Peter 1:4-11, Philippians 2:1-11
  • Ephesians 4:1-7, Colossians 3:2-4
  • 2 Timothy 2:1,2 and 11-13, 21
  • 1 Thessalonians 2:7

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Not easy juggling it all.  As men we have our jobs, we have our families, we have some hobbies and we have our faith.  Keeping all those things balanced, healthy and productive takes some effort.  Our men’s ministry’s goal is to help you feed these areas of your life.

SCRIPTURES:

  • Matthew 22:37, Micah 6:8
  • Philippians 4:8,9
  • 2 Peter 1:4-11, Philippians 2:1-11
  • Ephesians 4:1-7, Colossians 3:2-4
  • 2 Timothy 2:1,2 and 11-13, 21
  • 1 Thessalonians 2:7

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Not easy juggling it all.  As men we have our jobs, we have our families, we have some hobbies and we have our faith.  Keeping all those things balanced, healthy and productive takes some effort.  Our men’s ministry’s goal is to help you feed these areas of your life.

Women's Ministry

A ministry designed to build a relationship with Christ and other women through four areas of growth:

  • Bible Study
  • Prayer
  • Fellowship
  • Outreach & Service

“If you long to bring the essence of Jesus Christ into the space you occupy; if you desire to influence lives as Jesus did, if you are eager to live for something that will last forever,” come and join us on the journey! ~Carol Kent, Becoming a Woman of Influence Our goal in Women’s Ministry is to help women GROW in their relationship with God and their relationships with each other, to pursue God’s purpose for us as women in the work of the church, both in our local body of Dayspring Christian Church and in the world. In all of our pursuits we want to share Jesus with those who do not yet know Him. Come join us as we seek to encourage and inspire one another, reminding each other of the bigger picture, that we are Jesus’ hands and feet. Like Esther, God has put us here ‘for such a time as this.’

Each month, the Women’s Ministry Steering Committee meets to pray and plan. We want to provide opportunities for you, the women of Dayspring. We desire to challenge you, nurture your heart and mind, and encourage you in your walk with Jesus. To reach us call the church office at 225-0401 or email us at office@dschristian.com


 

A ministry designed to build a relationship with Christ and other women through four areas of growth:

  • Bible Study
  • Prayer
  • Fellowship
  • Outreach & Service

“If you long to bring the essence of Jesus Christ into the space you occupy; if you desire to influence lives as Jesus did, if you are eager to live for something that will last forever,” come and join us on the journey! ~Carol Kent, Becoming a Woman of Influence Our goal in Women’s Ministry is to help women GROW in their relationship with God and their relationships with each other, to pursue God’s purpose for us as women in the work of the church, both in our local body of Dayspring Christian Church and in the world. In all of our pursuits we want to share Jesus with those who do not yet know Him. Come join us as we seek to encourage and inspire one another, reminding each other of the bigger picture, that we are Jesus’ hands and feet. Like Esther, God has put us here ‘for such a time as this.’

Each month, the Women’s Ministry Steering Committee meets to pray and plan. We want to provide opportunities for you, the women of Dayspring. We desire to challenge you, nurture your heart and mind, and encourage you in your walk with Jesus. To reach us call the church office at 225-0401 or email us at office@dschristian.com


 

Prayer

Rejoice always; pray without ceasing; in everything give thanks; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus 1 Thessalonians 5: 16-18 Women, you are invited to pray with us on Thursday mornings starting at 8:30.

We meet to pray for Dayspring Christian Church — our leadership, our ministries, and specific needs. Join us, OR share special requests for us to pray with you about!

A ministry designed to build a relationship with Christ and other women through four areas of growth:

  • Bible Study
  • Prayer
  • Fellowship
  • Outreach & Service

“If you long to bring the essence of Jesus Christ into the space you occupy; if you desire to influence lives as Jesus did, if you are eager to live for something that will last forever,” come and join us on the journey! ~Carol Kent, Becoming a Woman of Influence Our goal in Women’s Ministry is to help women GROW in their relationship with God and their relationships with each other, to pursue God’s purpose for us as women in the work of the church, both in our local body of Dayspring Christian Church and in the world. In all of our pursuits we want to share Jesus with those who do not yet know Him. Come join us as we seek to encourage and inspire one another, reminding each other of the bigger picture, that we are Jesus’ hands and feet. Like Esther, God has put us here ‘for such a time as this.’

Each month, the Women’s Ministry Steering Committee meets to pray and plan. We want to provide opportunities for you, the women of Dayspring. We desire to challenge you, nurture your heart and mind, and encourage you in your walk with Jesus. To reach us call the church office at 225-0401 or email us at office@dschristian.com


 

Prayer

Rejoice always; pray without ceasing; in everything give thanks; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus 1 Thessalonians 5: 16-18 Women, you are invited to pray with us on Thursday mornings starting at 8:30.

We meet to pray for Dayspring Christian Church — our leadership, our ministries, and specific needs. Join us, OR share special requests for us to pray with you about!

Mentoring

Older women likewise are to be reverent in their behavior, not malicious gossips nor enslaved to much wine, teaching what is good so that they may encourage the young women to love their husbands, to love their children to be sensible, pure workers at home, kind being subject to their own husbands, so that the word of God will not be dishonored. Titus 2: 3-5

  • Affirm each other
  • Be available to each other
  • Pray for each other
  • Be open with each other
  • Be honest with each other
  • Be sensitive to each other
  • Be confidential with each other
  • Be accountable to each other

A ministry designed to build a relationship with Christ and other women through four areas of growth:

  • Bible Study
  • Prayer
  • Fellowship
  • Outreach & Service

“If you long to bring the essence of Jesus Christ into the space you occupy; if you desire to influence lives as Jesus did, if you are eager to live for something that will last forever,” come and join us on the journey! ~Carol Kent, Becoming a Woman of Influence Our goal in Women’s Ministry is to help women GROW in their relationship with God and their relationships with each other, to pursue God’s purpose for us as women in the work of the church, both in our local body of Dayspring Christian Church and in the world. In all of our pursuits we want to share Jesus with those who do not yet know Him. Come join us as we seek to encourage and inspire one another, reminding each other of the bigger picture, that we are Jesus’ hands and feet. Like Esther, God has put us here ‘for such a time as this.’

Each month, the Women’s Ministry Steering Committee meets to pray and plan. We want to provide opportunities for you, the women of Dayspring. We desire to challenge you, nurture your heart and mind, and encourage you in your walk with Jesus. To reach us call the church office at 225-0401 or email us at office@dschristian.com


 

Prayer

Rejoice always; pray without ceasing; in everything give thanks; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus 1 Thessalonians 5: 16-18 Women, you are invited to pray with us on Thursday mornings starting at 8:30.

We meet to pray for Dayspring Christian Church — our leadership, our ministries, and specific needs. Join us, OR share special requests for us to pray with you about!

Mentoring

Older women likewise are to be reverent in their behavior, not malicious gossips nor enslaved to much wine, teaching what is good so that they may encourage the young women to love their husbands, to love their children to be sensible, pure workers at home, kind being subject to their own husbands, so that the word of God will not be dishonored. Titus 2: 3-5

  • Affirm each other
  • Be available to each other
  • Pray for each other
  • Be open with each other
  • Be honest with each other
  • Be sensitive to each other
  • Be confidential with each other
  • Be accountable to each other

Events

There is an appointed time for everything. And there is a time for every event under heaven… A time to weep and a time to laugh… Ecclesiastes 3: 1, 4b We love to connect! Our Events and Girlfriend Groups provide opportunities for making new friends as well as catching up on old friendships. Annual events include a Women’s Retreat, a Spring Fun Event, a Fall Salad Supper, and a Christmas Tea/Ornament Exchange.

Girl Friend Groups!

Girlfriends Groups! are a chance to get together with women who share the same interests as you. Create lifelong bonds as you discuss books, sip coffee, or hike in God’s beautiful Colorado mountains. Call the group leader for more information.

Chick Flicks – look for an email or contact Betty Stroh at 669-0591.

Have a Latte in Common Book Club – Second Monday of each month at Panera at Front Range Village – call Andrea Walrath at 416-5362.

Hiking/Showshoeing – 3rd Friday of each month – call Wendi Seidel at 221-2559.

Saturday Coffees – several times a year; announced via bulletin and/or email

What Can I Do?

Attend, participate, for Women’s Ministry Events Praying for the women of DaySpring and the ministry team Reaching out to someone – being the eyes and ears of the ministry team, and the hands and feet of Jesus!

Women's Ministry Opportunities

Bible Studies

For the word of God is living and active and sharper than any two-edged sword, and piercing as far as the division of soul and spirit, of both joints and marrow, and able to judge the thoughts and intentions of the heart. Hebrews 4:12


 

Bible Studies

For the word of God is living and active and sharper than any two-edged sword, and piercing as far as the division of soul and spirit, of both joints and marrow, and able to judge the thoughts and intentions of the heart. Hebrews 4:12


 

The Science Supports a Young Earth
Sunday, January 8th, 10:30—11:30am
DaySpring, Rm 105 (Jan-April)

 

Explorer’s Bible Study—Genesis
Thursday, January 12th, 9:30–11am
DaySpring, Rm 219 (30 Weeks)

 

Recovering from the Losses of Life
Thursday, January 12th, 10am—Noon
DaySpring, Library (8 Weeks)
Men & Women Welcome
Must R.S.V.P to Gail Hurd: hurdofgoats@gmail.com

Gideon—Your weakness, God’s strength
By Priscilla Shirer
Thursday, February 9th, 10am
Tina Spicer’s Home (7 Weeks)
spicerrt@gmail.com

Bible Studies

For the word of God is living and active and sharper than any two-edged sword, and piercing as far as the division of soul and spirit, of both joints and marrow, and able to judge the thoughts and intentions of the heart. Hebrews 4:12


 

The Science Supports a Young Earth
Sunday, January 8th, 10:30—11:30am
DaySpring, Rm 105 (Jan-April)

 

Explorer’s Bible Study—Genesis
Thursday, January 12th, 9:30–11am
DaySpring, Rm 219 (30 Weeks)

 

Recovering from the Losses of Life
Thursday, January 12th, 10am—Noon
DaySpring, Library (8 Weeks)
Men & Women Welcome
Must R.S.V.P to Gail Hurd: hurdofgoats@gmail.com

Gideon—Your weakness, God’s strength
By Priscilla Shirer
Thursday, February 9th, 10am
Tina Spicer’s Home (7 Weeks)
spicerrt@gmail.com

Bible Studies

For the word of God is living and active and sharper than any two-edged sword, and piercing as far as the division of soul and spirit, of both joints and marrow, and able to judge the thoughts and intentions of the heart. Hebrews 4:12


 

The Science Supports a Young Earth
Sunday, January 8th, 10:30—11:30am
DaySpring, Rm 105 (Jan-April)

 

Explorer’s Bible Study—Genesis
Thursday, January 12th, 9:30–11am
DaySpring, Rm 219 (30 Weeks)

 

Recovering from the Losses of Life
Thursday, January 12th, 10am—Noon
DaySpring, Library (8 Weeks)
Men & Women Welcome
Must R.S.V.P to Gail Hurd: hurdofgoats@gmail.com

Gideon—Your weakness, God’s strength
By Priscilla Shirer
Thursday, February 9th, 10am
Tina Spicer’s Home (7 Weeks)
spicerrt@gmail.com

Events

There is an appointed time for everything. And there is a time for every event under heaven… A time to weep and a time to laugh… Ecclesiastes 3: 1, 4b We love to connect! Our Events and Girlfriend Groups provide opportunities for making new friends as well as catching up on old friendships. Annual events include a Women’s Retreat, a Spring Fun Event, a Fall Salad Supper, and a Christmas Tea/Ornament Exchange.

Specific Study Choices

Explorer’s Bible Study—Genesis
Thursday, January 12th, 9:30–11am
DaySpring, Rm 219 (30 Weeks)

The Armor of God
By Priscilla Shirer
Summer Wednesday Nights, 6:30-7:30pm
DaySpring, Rm 105

Entrusted—A Study of 2 Timothy
By Beth Moore
Summer Mornings TBA
Lydia Stagger’s Home (7 Weeks)
ljstagg933@gmail.com

Explorer’s Bible Study—Genesis
Thursday, January 12th, 9:30–11am
DaySpring, Rm 219 (30 Weeks)

The Armor of God
By Priscilla Shirer
Summer Wednesday Nights, 6:30-7:30pm
DaySpring, Rm 105

Entrusted—A Study of 2 Timothy
By Beth Moore
Summer Mornings TBA
Lydia Stagger’s Home (7 Weeks)
ljstagg933@gmail.com

 

Recovering from the Losses of Life
Monday, September 19th, 6:30-8:30pm
DaySpring, Library (8 Weeks)
Men & Women Welcome

FUTURE STUDIES FOR THE FALL
Uninvited
By Lysa TerKeurst

The Jesus I Never Knew
By Phillip Yancey

 

Explorer’s Bible Study—Genesis
Thursday, January 12th, 9:30–11am
DaySpring, Rm 219 (30 Weeks)

The Armor of God
By Priscilla Shirer
Summer Wednesday Nights, 6:30-7:30pm
DaySpring, Rm 105

Entrusted—A Study of 2 Timothy
By Beth Moore
Summer Mornings TBA
Lydia Stagger’s Home (7 Weeks)
ljstagg933@gmail.com

 

Recovering from the Losses of Life
Monday, September 19th, 6:30-8:30pm
DaySpring, Library (8 Weeks)
Men & Women Welcome

FUTURE STUDIES FOR THE FALL
Uninvited
By Lysa TerKeurst

The Jesus I Never Knew
By Phillip Yancey

 

Entrusted—A Study of 2 Timothy
By Beth Moore
Summer Mornings TBA
Lydia Stagger’s Home (7 Weeks)
ljstagg933@gmail.com

Recovering from the Losses of Life
(Info in first column)
Monday, September 19th, 6:30-8:30pm
DaySpring, Library (8 Weeks)
Men & Women Welcome

FUTURE STUDIES FOR THE FALL
Uninvited
By Lysa TerKeurst

The Jesus I Never Knew
By Phillip Yancey

Explorer’s Bible Study—Genesis
Thursday, January 12th, 9:30–11am
DaySpring, Rm 219 (30 Weeks)

The Armor of God
By Priscilla Shirer
Summer Wednesday Nights, 6:30-7:30pm
DaySpring, Rm 105

Entrusted—A Study of 2 Timothy
By Beth Moore
Summer Mornings TBA
Lydia Stagger’s Home (7 Weeks)
ljstagg933@gmail.com

 

Recovering from the Losses of Life
Monday, September 19th, 6:30-8:30pm
DaySpring, Library (8 Weeks)
Men & Women Welcome

FUTURE STUDIES FOR THE FALL
Uninvited
By Lysa TerKeurst

The Jesus I Never Knew
By Phillip Yancey

 

Entrusted—A Study of 2 Timothy
By Beth Moore
Summer Mornings TBA
Lydia Stagger’s Home (7 Weeks)
ljstagg933@gmail.com

Recovering from the Losses of Life
(Info in first column)
Monday, September 19th, 6:30-8:30pm
DaySpring, Library (8 Weeks)
Men & Women Welcome

FUTURE STUDIES FOR THE FALL
Uninvited
By Lysa TerKeurst

The Jesus I Never Knew
By Phillip Yancey

Prayer

Rejoice always; pray without ceasing; in everything give thanks; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus 1 Thessalonians 5: 16-18 Women, you are invited to pray with us on Thursday mornings starting at 8:30.

We meet to pray for Dayspring Christian Church — our leadership, our ministries, and specific needs. Join us, OR share special requests for us to pray with you about!


Mentoring

Older women likewise are to be reverent in their behavior, not malicious gossips nor enslaved to much wine, teaching what is good so that they may encourage the young women to love their husbands, to love their children to be sensible, pure workers at home, kind being subject to their own husbands, so that the word of God will not be dishonored. Titus 2: 3-5

  • Affirm each other
  • Be available to each other
  • Pray for each other
  • Be open with each other
  • Be honest with each other
  • Be sensitive to each other
  • Be confidential with each other
  • Be accountable to each other

Events

There is an appointed time for everything. And there is a time for every event under heaven… A time to weep and a time to laugh… Ecclesiastes 3: 1, 4b We love to connect! Our Events and Girlfriend Groups provide opportunities for making new friends as well as catching up on old friendships. Annual events include a Women’s Retreat, a Spring Fun Event, a Fall Salad Supper, and a Christmas Tea/Ornament Exchange.


Girl Friend Groups!

Girlfriends Groups! are a chance to get together with women who share the same interests as you. Create lifelong bonds as you discuss books, sip coffee, or hike in God’s beautiful Colorado mountains. Call the group leader for more information.

Chick Flicks – look for an email or contact Betty Stroh at 669-0591.

Have a Latte in Common Book Club – Second Monday of each month at Panera at Front Range Village – call Andrea Walrath at 416-5362.

Hiking/Showshoeing – 3rd Friday of each month – call Wendi Seidel at 221-2559.

Saturday Coffees – several times a year; announced via bulletin and/or email

What Can I Do?

Attend, participate, for Women’s Ministry Events Praying for the women of DaySpring and the ministry team Reaching out to someone – being the eyes and ears of the ministry team, and the hands and feet of Jesus!

 

 

 

.


Prayer

Rejoice always; pray without ceasing; in everything give thanks; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus 1 Thessalonians 5: 16-18 Women, you are invited to pray with us on Thursday mornings starting at 8:30.

We meet to pray for Dayspring Christian Church — our leadership, our ministries, and specific needs. Join us, OR share special requests for us to pray with you about!


Mentoring

Older women likewise are to be reverent in their behavior, not malicious gossips nor enslaved to much wine, teaching what is good so that they may encourage the young women to love their husbands, to love their children to be sensible, pure workers at home, kind being subject to their own husbands, so that the word of God will not be dishonored. Titus 2: 3-5

  • Affirm each other
  • Be available to each other
  • Pray for each other
  • Be open with each other
  • Be honest with each other
  • Be sensitive to each other
  • Be confidential with each other
  • Be accountable to each other

Events

There is an appointed time for everything. And there is a time for every event under heaven… A time to weep and a time to laugh… Ecclesiastes 3: 1, 4b We love to connect! Our Events and Girlfriend Groups provide opportunities for making new friends as well as catching up on old friendships. Annual events include a Women’s Retreat, a Spring Fun Event, a Fall Salad Supper, and a Christmas Tea/Ornament Exchange.


Girl Friend Groups!

Girlfriends Groups! are a chance to get together with women who share the same interests as you. Create lifelong bonds as you discuss books, sip coffee, or hike in God’s beautiful Colorado mountains. Call the group leader for more information.

Chick Flicks – look for an email or contact Betty Stroh at 669-0591.

Have a Latte in Common Book Club – Second Monday of each month at Panera at Front Range Village – call Andrea Walrath at 416-5362.

Hiking/Showshoeing – 3rd Friday of each month – call Wendi Seidel at 221-2559.

Saturday Coffees – several times a year; announced via bulletin and/or email

What Can I Do?

Attend, participate, for Women’s Ministry Events Praying for the women of DaySpring and the ministry team Reaching out to someone – being the eyes and ears of the ministry team, and the hands and feet of Jesus!

 

 

 

.


Prayer

Rejoice always; pray without ceasing; in everything give thanks; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus 1 Thessalonians 5: 16-18 Women, you are invited to pray with us on Thursday mornings starting at 8:30.

We meet to pray for Dayspring Christian Church — our leadership, our ministries, and specific needs. Join us, OR share special requests for us to pray with you about!


Mentoring

Older women likewise are to be reverent in their behavior, not malicious gossips nor enslaved to much wine, teaching what is good so that they may encourage the young women to love their husbands, to love their children to be sensible, pure workers at home, kind being subject to their own husbands, so that the word of God will not be dishonored. Titus 2: 3-5

  • Affirm each other
  • Be available to each other
  • Pray for each other
  • Be open with each other
  • Be honest with each other
  • Be sensitive to each other
  • Be confidential with each other
  • Be accountable to each other

Events

There is an appointed time for everything. And there is a time for every event under heaven… A time to weep and a time to laugh… Ecclesiastes 3: 1, 4b We love to connect! Our Events and Girlfriend Groups provide opportunities for making new friends as well as catching up on old friendships. Annual events include a Women’s Retreat, a Spring Fun Event, a Fall Salad Supper, and a Christmas Tea/Ornament Exchange.


Girl Friend Groups!

Girlfriends Groups! are a chance to get together with women who share the same interests as you. Create lifelong bonds as you discuss books, sip coffee, or hike in God’s beautiful Colorado mountains. Call the group leader for more information.

Chick Flicks – look for an email or contact Betty Stroh at 669-0591.

Have a Latte in Common Book Club – Second Monday of each month at Panera at Front Range Village – call Andrea Walrath at 416-5362.

Hiking/Showshoeing – 3rd Friday of each month – call Wendi Seidel at 221-2559.

Saturday Coffees – several times a year; announced via bulletin and/or email

What Can I Do?

Attend, participate, for Women’s Ministry Events Praying for the women of DaySpring and the ministry team Reaching out to someone – being the eyes and ears of the ministry team, and the hands and feet of Jesus!

 

 

 

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Prayer

Rejoice always; pray without ceasing; in everything give thanks; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus 1 Thessalonians 5: 16-18 Women, you are invited to pray with us on Thursday mornings starting at 8:30.

We meet to pray for Dayspring Christian Church — our leadership, our ministries, and specific needs. Join us, OR share special requests for us to pray with you about!


Mentoring

Older women likewise are to be reverent in their behavior, not malicious gossips nor enslaved to much wine, teaching what is good so that they may encourage the young women to love their husbands, to love their children to be sensible, pure workers at home, kind being subject to their own husbands, so that the word of God will not be dishonored. Titus 2: 3-5

  • Affirm each other
  • Be available to each other
  • Pray for each other
  • Be open with each other
  • Be honest with each other
  • Be sensitive to each other
  • Be confidential with each other
  • Be accountable to each other

Events

There is an appointed time for everything. And there is a time for every event under heaven… A time to weep and a time to laugh… Ecclesiastes 3: 1, 4b We love to connect! Our Events and Girlfriend Groups provide opportunities for making new friends as well as catching up on old friendships. Annual events include a Women’s Retreat, a Spring Fun Event, a Fall Salad Supper, and a Christmas Tea/Ornament Exchange.


Girl Friend Groups!

Girlfriends Groups! are a chance to get together with women who share the same interests as you. Create lifelong bonds as you discuss books, sip coffee, or hike in God’s beautiful Colorado mountains. Call the group leader for more information.

Chick Flicks – look for an email or contact Betty Stroh at 669-0591.

Have a Latte in Common Book Club – Second Monday of each month at Panera at Front Range Village – call Andrea Walrath at 416-5362.

Hiking/Showshoeing – 3rd Friday of each month – call Wendi Seidel at 221-2559.

Saturday Coffees – several times a year; announced via bulletin and/or email

What Can I Do?

Attend, participate, for Women’s Ministry Events Praying for the women of DaySpring and the ministry team Reaching out to someone – being the eyes and ears of the ministry team, and the hands and feet of Jesus!

 

 

 

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Timeless Treasure

“. . . but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles, they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” Isaiah 40:31

“. . . but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles, they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” Isaiah 40:31

“. . . but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles, they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” Isaiah 40:31

“. . . but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles, they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” Isaiah 40:31

Timeless Treasures is an active, energetic, caring, and compassionate group of Christians 50 years or older who desire to serve the Lord while supporting, encouraging, and helping one another navigate life in accordance with God’s Word.

Our Vision

The Timeless Treasures are an integral part of the DaySpring Christian Church family. They have a strong focus on serving those in need within our Church, in our community, and throughout the world.

Our Mission of Service

  • Providing rides to DaySpring services and activities
  • Setting up for DaySpring special events
  • Visiting and assisting the elderly and shut-ins
  • Volunteer efforts (Larimer County Food Bank, Maple Terrace, Church Library, other Church ministries)
  • Providing needed communications (cards and letters to our missionaries and the sick)
  • Providing meals as needed (funerals, the sick, guests, special events, etc.)
  • Giving opportunities (missionaries, Maple Terrace, those in need, etc.)

Our Growth Opportunities

The Timeless Treasures continuously strive to grow and develop spiritually through the pursuit of the knowledge and understanding of God’s Word and the world they live in. Their efforts take various forms, from prayer to Bible study, to video lessons, to guest speakers, to Christian Camp. These are augmented with activities such as field trips, potlucks, and active preparation for and participation in DaySpring’s all Church fellowships.

Timeless Treasures is an active, energetic, caring, and compassionate group of Christians 50 years or older who desire to serve the Lord while supporting, encouraging, and helping one another navigate life in accordance with God’s Word.

Our Vision

The Timeless Treasures are an integral part of the DaySpring Christian Church family. They have a strong focus on serving those in need within our Church, in our community, and throughout the world.

Our Mission of Service

  • Providing rides to DaySpring services and activities
  • Setting up for DaySpring special events
  • Visiting and assisting the elderly and shut-ins
  • Volunteer efforts (Larimer County Food Bank, Maple Terrace, Church Library, other Church ministries)
  • Providing needed communications (cards and letters to our missionaries and the sick)
  • Providing meals as needed (funerals, the sick, guests, special events, etc.)
  • Giving opportunities (missionaries, Maple Terrace, those in need, etc.)

Our Growth Opportunities

The Timeless Treasures continuously strive to grow and develop spiritually through the pursuit of the knowledge and understanding of God’s Word and the world they live in. Their efforts take various forms, from prayer to Bible study, to video lessons, to guest speakers, to Christian Camp. These are augmented with activities such as field trips, potlucks, and active preparation for and participation in DaySpring’s all Church fellowships.

Timeless Treasures is an active, energetic, caring, and compassionate group of Christians 50 years or older who desire to serve the Lord while supporting, encouraging, and helping one another navigate life in accordance with God’s Word.

Our Vision

The Timeless Treasures are an integral part of the DaySpring Christian Church family. They have a strong focus on serving those in need within our Church, in our community, and throughout the world.

Our Mission of Service

  • Providing rides to DaySpring services and activities
  • Setting up for DaySpring special events
  • Visiting and assisting the elderly and shut-ins
  • Volunteer efforts (Larimer County Food Bank, Maple Terrace, Church Library, other Church ministries)
  • Providing needed communications (cards and letters to our missionaries and the sick)
  • Providing meals as needed (funerals, the sick, guests, special events, etc.)
  • Giving opportunities (missionaries, Maple Terrace, those in need, etc.)

Our Growth Opportunities

The Timeless Treasures continuously strive to grow and develop spiritually through the pursuit of the knowledge and understanding of God’s Word and the world they live in. Their efforts take various forms, from prayer to Bible study, to video lessons, to guest speakers, to Christian Camp. These are augmented with activities such as field trips, potlucks, and active preparation for and participation in DaySpring’s all Church fellowships.

Timeless Treasures is an active, energetic, caring, and compassionate group of Christians 50 years or older who desire to serve the Lord while supporting, encouraging, and helping one another navigate life in accordance with God’s Word.

Our Vision

The Timeless Treasures are an integral part of the DaySpring Christian Church family. They have a strong focus on serving those in need within our Church, in our community, and throughout the world.

Our Mission of Service

  • Providing rides to DaySpring services and activities
  • Setting up for DaySpring special events
  • Visiting and assisting the elderly and shut-ins
  • Volunteer efforts (Larimer County Food Bank, Maple Terrace, Church Library, other Church ministries)
  • Providing needed communications (cards and letters to our missionaries and the sick)
  • Providing meals as needed (funerals, the sick, guests, special events, etc.)
  • Giving opportunities (missionaries, Maple Terrace, those in need, etc.)

Our Growth Opportunities

The Timeless Treasures continuously strive to grow and develop spiritually through the pursuit of the knowledge and understanding of God’s Word and the world they live in. Their efforts take various forms, from prayer to Bible study, to video lessons, to guest speakers, to Christian Camp. These are augmented with activities such as field trips, potlucks, and active preparation for and participation in DaySpring’s all Church fellowships.

Adult Education

“…the stature which belongs to the fullness of Christ.” Ephesians 4:11-16

“…the stature which belongs to the fullness of Christ.” Ephesians 4:11-16

“…the stature which belongs to the fullness of Christ.” Ephesians 4:11-16

“…the stature which belongs to the fullness of Christ.” Ephesians 4:11-16

Our purpose is to come alongside DaySpring leadership to champion a thriving adult education ministry that develops strong biblical literacy and application, reaches an optimum number of individuals and provides appropriate quality teaching and direction. Click on the links to the left for more information on our adult education activities.

Sunday School

Adult Sunday Morning Classes – 10:30am

  • The Story of Man – Room 105 – A biblical based worldview of history.
  • Discovering DaySpring – Room 102 (November 1 & 8) DD -What kind of church is this? How do I become a part of this body? Church doctrine and history. SS – discussion on topics, doctrine and theology College/Young Adult The Book of Hebrews
  • CONQUER SERIES: The Battle Plan for Purity – Room 113 – Breaking strongholds, patterns of the mind and your life.
  • Gospel of Luke – Worship Center – Luke reveals Jesus as He who came to save all. A gospel of reconciliation and celebration.
  • Prayer – The Library – Our need for unceasing prayer
  • Chronological Study of the Gospels – Room 219 – A look at the Four Gospels collectively in a group discussion and sharing

Wednesday Classes

Adult Electives, 6:30 p.m.

1. Living Your Life as a Beautiful Offering, Room 105

2. Evangelism/Witnessing, Room 113

Dinner is at 5:45 p.m. ($2.50 adult, $1.00/child – for the summer) with Bible study and lesson times following at 6:30 p.m.

Two of our greatest presidents said some pretty important statements about the Bible. George Washington said, “It is impossible to righteously govern the world without God and the Bible.” President Ronald Reagan said, “Within the covers of one single book, the Bible, are all the answers to all the problems that face us today—if only we would read and believe.


Scripture Literacy

The Bible and It’s Influence E.D. Hirsch wrote in his book, “Cultural Literacy” these words recording the importance of people having a knowledge of the Bible. “The Bible is the most widely known book in the English-speaking world. No one in the English-speaking world can be considered literate without a basic knowledge of the Bible. Literate people in India, whose religious traditions are not based on the Bible but whose common language is English, must know the Bible in order to understand English within their own country. All educated speakers of American English need to understand what is meant when:

  • Someone describes a contest as being between DAVID and Goliath
  • Or whether a person who has the “wisdom of Solomon” is wise or foolish
  • Or whether saying, “My cup runneth over” means the person feels fortunate or unfortunate.

Those who cannot use or understand such allusions cannot fully participate in literate English. Hirsch goes on to say, “The Bible is essential for understanding many of the moral and spiritual values of our culture, whatever our religious beliefs. The story of ABRAHAM and ISAAC concerns our deepest feelings about the relations between parents and children. The story of JOB is a major representation in our tradition of being patient during suffering. The PARABLES and sayings of JESUS, such as “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth,” are so often alluded to that they need to be known by Americans of all faiths. The linguistic and cultural importance of the Bible is a fact that no one denies. Nonetheless, elementary knowledge of the Bible has declined among young people in recent years. No person in the modern world can be considered educated without a basic knowledge of all the great religions of the world – ISLAM, CONFUCIANISM, TAOISM, BUDDHISM, HINDUISM, JUDAISM and CHRISTIANITY. But our knowledge of Judaism and Christianity needs to be more detailed than that of other great religions, if only because of the historical truths that have been embedded the Bible in our thought and language.”

Introduction to Biblical Literacy

Dayspring has compiled a booklet designed to be used to aid in the process of maturing believers from “acorns to oaks.” The analogy of a tree being planted, taking root, and growing into an oak models the process of how a believer in Christ progresses from the “elementary teaching” of Hebrews 6:1,2 to be “rooted and established” in Ephesians 3:17 and finally becoming “oaks of righteousness, a planting of the Lord for the display of His splendor” in Isaiah 61:3. As an oak tree always has new growth taking place as long as it is alive, so too a believer continues in growth for the duration of this life. These materials are divided into four different categories that provide a basic guide for teaching people at different stages of growth, as defined below. They are intended as an overview of the knowledge believers should have at various stages in life and a means of providing a “big picture” view of all of Scriptures. The four categories are defined as follows:

  • Young New Believers – For youths growing up in the church or those who become believers as children.
  • Adult New Believers – For those who become believers as adults with little or no church background.
  • Maturing Saints – Those with a solid understanding of the basic stories and teachings of the Bible and who have moved beyond the “elementary teachings” of Scripture (Hebrews 6:1,2).
  • Oaks of Righteousness – Those with a thorough understanding of Scripture and who are capable of teaching, and defending the Bible while continuing to grow in knowledge and model the Christian life to following generations.

The goal for each of these categories is “to prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.” Ephesians 4:12,13

Our purpose is to come alongside DaySpring leadership to champion a thriving adult education ministry that develops strong biblical literacy and application, reaches an optimum number of individuals and provides appropriate quality teaching and direction. Click on the links to the left for more information on our adult education activities.

Sunday School

Adult Sunday Morning Classes – 10:30am

  • The Story of Man – Room 105 – A biblical based worldview of history.
  • Discovering DaySpring – Room 102 (November 1 & 8) DD -What kind of church is this? How do I become a part of this body? Church doctrine and history. SS – discussion on topics, doctrine and theology College/Young Adult The Book of Hebrews
  • CONQUER SERIES: The Battle Plan for Purity – Room 113 – Breaking strongholds, patterns of the mind and your life.
  • Gospel of Luke – Worship Center – Luke reveals Jesus as He who came to save all. A gospel of reconciliation and celebration.
  • Prayer – The Library – Our need for unceasing prayer
  • Chronological Study of the Gospels – Room 219 – A look at the Four Gospels collectively in a group discussion and sharing

Wednesday Classes

Adult Electives, 6:30 p.m.

1. Living Your Life as a Beautiful Offering, Room 105

2. Evangelism/Witnessing, Room 113

Dinner is at 5:45 p.m. ($2.50 adult, $1.00/child – for the summer) with Bible study and lesson times following at 6:30 p.m.

Two of our greatest presidents said some pretty important statements about the Bible. George Washington said, “It is impossible to righteously govern the world without God and the Bible.” President Ronald Reagan said, “Within the covers of one single book, the Bible, are all the answers to all the problems that face us today—if only we would read and believe.


Scripture Literacy

The Bible and It’s Influence E.D. Hirsch wrote in his book, “Cultural Literacy” these words recording the importance of people having a knowledge of the Bible. “The Bible is the most widely known book in the English-speaking world. No one in the English-speaking world can be considered literate without a basic knowledge of the Bible. Literate people in India, whose religious traditions are not based on the Bible but whose common language is English, must know the Bible in order to understand English within their own country. All educated speakers of American English need to understand what is meant when:

  • Someone describes a contest as being between DAVID and Goliath
  • Or whether a person who has the “wisdom of Solomon” is wise or foolish
  • Or whether saying, “My cup runneth over” means the person feels fortunate or unfortunate.

Those who cannot use or understand such allusions cannot fully participate in literate English. Hirsch goes on to say, “The Bible is essential for understanding many of the moral and spiritual values of our culture, whatever our religious beliefs. The story of ABRAHAM and ISAAC concerns our deepest feelings about the relations between parents and children. The story of JOB is a major representation in our tradition of being patient during suffering. The PARABLES and sayings of JESUS, such as “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth,” are so often alluded to that they need to be known by Americans of all faiths. The linguistic and cultural importance of the Bible is a fact that no one denies. Nonetheless, elementary knowledge of the Bible has declined among young people in recent years. No person in the modern world can be considered educated without a basic knowledge of all the great religions of the world – ISLAM, CONFUCIANISM, TAOISM, BUDDHISM, HINDUISM, JUDAISM and CHRISTIANITY. But our knowledge of Judaism and Christianity needs to be more detailed than that of other great religions, if only because of the historical truths that have been embedded the Bible in our thought and language.”

Introduction to Biblical Literacy

Dayspring has compiled a booklet designed to be used to aid in the process of maturing believers from “acorns to oaks.” The analogy of a tree being planted, taking root, and growing into an oak models the process of how a believer in Christ progresses from the “elementary teaching” of Hebrews 6:1,2 to be “rooted and established” in Ephesians 3:17 and finally becoming “oaks of righteousness, a planting of the Lord for the display of His splendor” in Isaiah 61:3. As an oak tree always has new growth taking place as long as it is alive, so too a believer continues in growth for the duration of this life. These materials are divided into four different categories that provide a basic guide for teaching people at different stages of growth, as defined below. They are intended as an overview of the knowledge believers should have at various stages in life and a means of providing a “big picture” view of all of Scriptures. The four categories are defined as follows:

  • Young New Believers – For youths growing up in the church or those who become believers as children.
  • Adult New Believers – For those who become believers as adults with little or no church background.
  • Maturing Saints – Those with a solid understanding of the basic stories and teachings of the Bible and who have moved beyond the “elementary teachings” of Scripture (Hebrews 6:1,2).
  • Oaks of Righteousness – Those with a thorough understanding of Scripture and who are capable of teaching, and defending the Bible while continuing to grow in knowledge and model the Christian life to following generations.

The goal for each of these categories is “to prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.” Ephesians 4:12,13

Our purpose is to come alongside DaySpring leadership to champion a thriving adult education ministry that develops strong biblical literacy and application, reaches an optimum number of individuals and provides appropriate quality teaching and direction. Click on the links to the left for more information on our adult education activities.

Sunday School

Adult Sunday Morning Classes – 10:30am

  • The Story of Man – Room 105 – A biblical based worldview of history.
  • Discovering DaySpring – Room 102 (November 1 & 8) DD -What kind of church is this? How do I become a part of this body? Church doctrine and history. SS – discussion on topics, doctrine and theology College/Young Adult The Book of Hebrews
  • CONQUER SERIES: The Battle Plan for Purity – Room 113 – Breaking strongholds, patterns of the mind and your life.
  • Gospel of Luke – Worship Center – Luke reveals Jesus as He who came to save all. A gospel of reconciliation and celebration.
  • Prayer – The Library – Our need for unceasing prayer
  • Chronological Study of the Gospels – Room 219 – A look at the Four Gospels collectively in a group discussion and sharing

Wednesday Classes

Adult Electives, 6:30 p.m.

1. Living Your Life as a Beautiful Offering, Room 105

2. Evangelism/Witnessing, Room 113

Dinner is at 5:45 p.m. ($2.50 adult, $1.00/child – for the summer) with Bible study and lesson times following at 6:30 p.m.

Two of our greatest presidents said some pretty important statements about the Bible. George Washington said, “It is impossible to righteously govern the world without God and the Bible.” President Ronald Reagan said, “Within the covers of one single book, the Bible, are all the answers to all the problems that face us today—if only we would read and believe.


Scripture Literacy

The Bible and It’s Influence E.D. Hirsch wrote in his book, “Cultural Literacy” these words recording the importance of people having a knowledge of the Bible. “The Bible is the most widely known book in the English-speaking world. No one in the English-speaking world can be considered literate without a basic knowledge of the Bible. Literate people in India, whose religious traditions are not based on the Bible but whose common language is English, must know the Bible in order to understand English within their own country. All educated speakers of American English need to understand what is meant when:

  • Someone describes a contest as being between DAVID and Goliath
  • Or whether a person who has the “wisdom of Solomon” is wise or foolish
  • Or whether saying, “My cup runneth over” means the person feels fortunate or unfortunate.

Those who cannot use or understand such allusions cannot fully participate in literate English. Hirsch goes on to say, “The Bible is essential for understanding many of the moral and spiritual values of our culture, whatever our religious beliefs. The story of ABRAHAM and ISAAC concerns our deepest feelings about the relations between parents and children. The story of JOB is a major representation in our tradition of being patient during suffering. The PARABLES and sayings of JESUS, such as “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth,” are so often alluded to that they need to be known by Americans of all faiths. The linguistic and cultural importance of the Bible is a fact that no one denies. Nonetheless, elementary knowledge of the Bible has declined among young people in recent years. No person in the modern world can be considered educated without a basic knowledge of all the great religions of the world – ISLAM, CONFUCIANISM, TAOISM, BUDDHISM, HINDUISM, JUDAISM and CHRISTIANITY. But our knowledge of Judaism and Christianity needs to be more detailed than that of other great religions, if only because of the historical truths that have been embedded the Bible in our thought and language.”

Introduction to Biblical Literacy

Dayspring has compiled a booklet designed to be used to aid in the process of maturing believers from “acorns to oaks.” The analogy of a tree being planted, taking root, and growing into an oak models the process of how a believer in Christ progresses from the “elementary teaching” of Hebrews 6:1,2 to be “rooted and established” in Ephesians 3:17 and finally becoming “oaks of righteousness, a planting of the Lord for the display of His splendor” in Isaiah 61:3. As an oak tree always has new growth taking place as long as it is alive, so too a believer continues in growth for the duration of this life. These materials are divided into four different categories that provide a basic guide for teaching people at different stages of growth, as defined below. They are intended as an overview of the knowledge believers should have at various stages in life and a means of providing a “big picture” view of all of Scriptures. The four categories are defined as follows:

  • Young New Believers – For youths growing up in the church or those who become believers as children.
  • Adult New Believers – For those who become believers as adults with little or no church background.
  • Maturing Saints – Those with a solid understanding of the basic stories and teachings of the Bible and who have moved beyond the “elementary teachings” of Scripture (Hebrews 6:1,2).
  • Oaks of Righteousness – Those with a thorough understanding of Scripture and who are capable of teaching, and defending the Bible while continuing to grow in knowledge and model the Christian life to following generations.

The goal for each of these categories is “to prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.” Ephesians 4:12,13

Our purpose is to come alongside DaySpring leadership to champion a thriving adult education ministry that develops strong biblical literacy and application, reaches an optimum number of individuals and provides appropriate quality teaching and direction. Click on the links to the left for more information on our adult education activities.

Sunday School

Adult Sunday Morning Classes – 10:30am

  • The Story of Man – Room 105 – A biblical based worldview of history.
  • Discovering DaySpring – Room 102 (November 1 & 8) DD -What kind of church is this? How do I become a part of this body? Church doctrine and history. SS – discussion on topics, doctrine and theology College/Young Adult The Book of Hebrews
  • CONQUER SERIES: The Battle Plan for Purity – Room 113 – Breaking strongholds, patterns of the mind and your life.
  • Gospel of Luke – Worship Center – Luke reveals Jesus as He who came to save all. A gospel of reconciliation and celebration.
  • Prayer – The Library – Our need for unceasing prayer
  • Chronological Study of the Gospels – Room 219 – A look at the Four Gospels collectively in a group discussion and sharing

Wednesday Classes

Adult Electives, 6:30 p.m.

1. Living Your Life as a Beautiful Offering, Room 105

2. Evangelism/Witnessing, Room 113

Dinner is at 5:45 p.m. ($2.50 adult, $1.00/child – for the summer) with Bible study and lesson times following at 6:30 p.m.

Two of our greatest presidents said some pretty important statements about the Bible. George Washington said, “It is impossible to righteously govern the world without God and the Bible.” President Ronald Reagan said, “Within the covers of one single book, the Bible, are all the answers to all the problems that face us today—if only we would read and believe.


Scripture Literacy

The Bible and It’s Influence E.D. Hirsch wrote in his book, “Cultural Literacy” these words recording the importance of people having a knowledge of the Bible. “The Bible is the most widely known book in the English-speaking world. No one in the English-speaking world can be considered literate without a basic knowledge of the Bible. Literate people in India, whose religious traditions are not based on the Bible but whose common language is English, must know the Bible in order to understand English within their own country. All educated speakers of American English need to understand what is meant when:

  • Someone describes a contest as being between DAVID and Goliath
  • Or whether a person who has the “wisdom of Solomon” is wise or foolish
  • Or whether saying, “My cup runneth over” means the person feels fortunate or unfortunate.

Those who cannot use or understand such allusions cannot fully participate in literate English. Hirsch goes on to say, “The Bible is essential for understanding many of the moral and spiritual values of our culture, whatever our religious beliefs. The story of ABRAHAM and ISAAC concerns our deepest feelings about the relations between parents and children. The story of JOB is a major representation in our tradition of being patient during suffering. The PARABLES and sayings of JESUS, such as “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth,” are so often alluded to that they need to be known by Americans of all faiths. The linguistic and cultural importance of the Bible is a fact that no one denies. Nonetheless, elementary knowledge of the Bible has declined among young people in recent years. No person in the modern world can be considered educated without a basic knowledge of all the great religions of the world – ISLAM, CONFUCIANISM, TAOISM, BUDDHISM, HINDUISM, JUDAISM and CHRISTIANITY. But our knowledge of Judaism and Christianity needs to be more detailed than that of other great religions, if only because of the historical truths that have been embedded the Bible in our thought and language.”

Introduction to Biblical Literacy

Dayspring has compiled a booklet designed to be used to aid in the process of maturing believers from “acorns to oaks.” The analogy of a tree being planted, taking root, and growing into an oak models the process of how a believer in Christ progresses from the “elementary teaching” of Hebrews 6:1,2 to be “rooted and established” in Ephesians 3:17 and finally becoming “oaks of righteousness, a planting of the Lord for the display of His splendor” in Isaiah 61:3. As an oak tree always has new growth taking place as long as it is alive, so too a believer continues in growth for the duration of this life. These materials are divided into four different categories that provide a basic guide for teaching people at different stages of growth, as defined below. They are intended as an overview of the knowledge believers should have at various stages in life and a means of providing a “big picture” view of all of Scriptures. The four categories are defined as follows:

  • Young New Believers – For youths growing up in the church or those who become believers as children.
  • Adult New Believers – For those who become believers as adults with little or no church background.
  • Maturing Saints – Those with a solid understanding of the basic stories and teachings of the Bible and who have moved beyond the “elementary teachings” of Scripture (Hebrews 6:1,2).
  • Oaks of Righteousness – Those with a thorough understanding of Scripture and who are capable of teaching, and defending the Bible while continuing to grow in knowledge and model the Christian life to following generations.

The goal for each of these categories is “to prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.” Ephesians 4:12,13

Small Groups

The Purpose of a Small Group: Connecting people with God and each other for relationships, growth and outreach.

TRANSFORMING RELATIONSHIPS

  • Accountability
  • Belonging
  • Care

SPIRITUAL GROWTH

  • Growing in love for God
  • Growing in love for others

OUTREACH

  • At DaySpring Christian Church (weekend services and ministries)
  • In your neighborhood
  • Outside your comfort zone

Because we are all made in the image of God we are all looking for significance and purpose (hope). Thus, all of mankind yearns for relationship; a connectedness, an intimacy with others. We all have a desire to communicate; share our feelings, feel wanted, be accepted, be loved and to love. God made within each of us (Ecc 3:11) this sense of forwardness, that we are part of something eternal. This brings about our significance and purpose; to be a part of something much larger than ourselves. We want to build COMMUNITY.

Community is a place where each individual experiences a sense of identity and belonging; where people are being Christ to each other by knowing and being known, loving and being loved, serving and being served, celebrating and being celebrated

Community is a process in which we move with a group of people in totality; from independence to interdependence, from invulnerability to vulnerability, from lack of accountability to the presence of accountability.

Community is a proof of living and loving God to a watching world. John 13:34, 35, A new command I give you; love one another as I have lod you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another. Our relationship with each other is the criterion the world uses to judge whether our message is truthful – the Christian community is the final apologetic. -Francis Schaeffer

We currently have a variety of small groups meeting. If you would like information, please contact us.

The Purpose of a Small Group: Connecting people with God and each other for relationships, growth and outreach.

TRANSFORMING RELATIONSHIPS

  • Accountability
  • Belonging
  • Care

SPIRITUAL GROWTH

  • Growing in love for God
  • Growing in love for others

OUTREACH

  • At DaySpring Christian Church (weekend services and ministries)
  • In your neighborhood
  • Outside your comfort zone

Because we are all made in the image of God we are all looking for significance and purpose (hope). Thus, all of mankind yearns for relationship; a connectedness, an intimacy with others. We all have a desire to communicate; share our feelings, feel wanted, be accepted, be loved and to love. God made within each of us (Ecc 3:11) this sense of forwardness, that we are part of something eternal. This brings about our significance and purpose; to be a part of something much larger than ourselves. We want to build COMMUNITY.

Community is a place where each individual experiences a sense of identity and belonging; where people are being Christ to each other by knowing and being known, loving and being loved, serving and being served, celebrating and being celebrated

Community is a process in which we move with a group of people in totality; from independence to interdependence, from invulnerability to vulnerability, from lack of accountability to the presence of accountability.

Community is a proof of living and loving God to a watching world. John 13:34, 35, A new command I give you; love one another as I have lod you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another. Our relationship with each other is the criterion the world uses to judge whether our message is truthful – the Christian community is the final apologetic. -Francis Schaeffer

We currently have a variety of small groups meeting. If you would like information, please contact us.

The Purpose of a Small Group: Connecting people with God and each other for relationships, growth and outreach.

TRANSFORMING RELATIONSHIPS

  • Accountability
  • Belonging
  • Care

SPIRITUAL GROWTH

  • Growing in love for God
  • Growing in love for others

OUTREACH

  • At DaySpring Christian Church (weekend services and ministries)
  • In your neighborhood
  • Outside your comfort zone

Because we are all made in the image of God we are all looking for significance and purpose (hope). Thus, all of mankind yearns for relationship; a connectedness, an intimacy with others. We all have a desire to communicate; share our feelings, feel wanted, be accepted, be loved and to love. God made within each of us (Ecc 3:11) this sense of forwardness, that we are part of something eternal. This brings about our significance and purpose; to be a part of something much larger than ourselves. We want to build COMMUNITY.

Community is a place where each individual experiences a sense of identity and belonging; where people are being Christ to each other by knowing and being known, loving and being loved, serving and being served, celebrating and being celebrated

Community is a process in which we move with a group of people in totality; from independence to interdependence, from invulnerability to vulnerability, from lack of accountability to the presence of accountability.

Community is a proof of living and loving God to a watching world. John 13:34, 35, A new command I give you; love one another as I have lod you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another. Our relationship with each other is the criterion the world uses to judge whether our message is truthful – the Christian community is the final apologetic. -Francis Schaeffer

We currently have a variety of small groups meeting. If you would like information, please contact us.

The Purpose of a Small Group: Connecting people with God and each other for relationships, growth and outreach.

TRANSFORMING RELATIONSHIPS

  • Accountability
  • Belonging
  • Care

SPIRITUAL GROWTH

  • Growing in love for God
  • Growing in love for others

OUTREACH

  • At DaySpring Christian Church (weekend services and ministries)
  • In your neighborhood
  • Outside your comfort zone

Because we are all made in the image of God we are all looking for significance and purpose (hope). Thus, all of mankind yearns for relationship; a connectedness, an intimacy with others. We all have a desire to communicate; share our feelings, feel wanted, be accepted, be loved and to love. God made within each of us (Ecc 3:11) this sense of forwardness, that we are part of something eternal. This brings about our significance and purpose; to be a part of something much larger than ourselves. We want to build COMMUNITY.

Community is a place where each individual experiences a sense of identity and belonging; where people are being Christ to each other by knowing and being known, loving and being loved, serving and being served, celebrating and being celebrated

Community is a process in which we move with a group of people in totality; from independence to interdependence, from invulnerability to vulnerability, from lack of accountability to the presence of accountability.

Community is a proof of living and loving God to a watching world. John 13:34, 35, A new command I give you; love one another as I have lod you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another. Our relationship with each other is the criterion the world uses to judge whether our message is truthful – the Christian community is the final apologetic. -Francis Schaeffer

We currently have a variety of small groups meeting. If you would like information, please contact us.

The Purpose of a Small Group: Connecting people with God and each other for relationships, growth and outreach.

TRANSFORMING RELATIONSHIPS

  • Accountability
  • Belonging
  • Care

SPIRITUAL GROWTH

  • Growing in love for God
  • Growing in love for others

OUTREACH

  • At DaySpring Christian Church (weekend services and ministries)
  • In your neighborhood
  • Outside your comfort zone

Because we are all made in the image of God we are all looking for significance and purpose (hope). Thus, all of mankind yearns for relationship; a connectedness, an intimacy with others. We all have a desire to communicate; share our feelings, feel wanted, be accepted, be loved and to love. God made within each of us (Ecc 3:11) this sense of forwardness, that we are part of something eternal. This brings about our significance and purpose; to be a part of something much larger than ourselves. We want to build COMMUNITY.

Community is a place where each individual experiences a sense of identity and belonging; where people are being Christ to each other by knowing and being known, loving and being loved, serving and being served, celebrating and being celebrated

Community is a process in which we move with a group of people in totality; from independence to interdependence, from invulnerability to vulnerability, from lack of accountability to the presence of accountability.

Community is a proof of living and loving God to a watching world. John 13:34, 35, A new command I give you; love one another as I have lod you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another. Our relationship with each other is the criterion the world uses to judge whether our message is truthful – the Christian community is the final apologetic. -Francis Schaeffer

We currently have a variety of small groups meeting. If you would like information, please contact us.

The Purpose of a Small Group: Connecting people with God and each other for relationships, growth and outreach.

TRANSFORMING RELATIONSHIPS

  • Accountability
  • Belonging
  • Care

SPIRITUAL GROWTH

  • Growing in love for God
  • Growing in love for others

OUTREACH

  • At DaySpring Christian Church (weekend services and ministries)
  • In your neighborhood
  • Outside your comfort zone

Because we are all made in the image of God we are all looking for significance and purpose (hope). Thus, all of mankind yearns for relationship; a connectedness, an intimacy with others. We all have a desire to communicate; share our feelings, feel wanted, be accepted, be loved and to love. God made within each of us (Ecc 3:11) this sense of forwardness, that we are part of something eternal. This brings about our significance and purpose; to be a part of something much larger than ourselves. We want to build COMMUNITY.

Community is a place where each individual experiences a sense of identity and belonging; where people are being Christ to each other by knowing and being known, loving and being loved, serving and being served, celebrating and being celebrated

Community is a process in which we move with a group of people in totality; from independence to interdependence, from invulnerability to vulnerability, from lack of accountability to the presence of accountability.

Community is a proof of living and loving God to a watching world. John 13:34, 35, A new command I give you; love one another as I have lod you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another. Our relationship with each other is the criterion the world uses to judge whether our message is truthful – the Christian community is the final apologetic. -Francis Schaeffer

We currently have a variety of small groups meeting. If you would like information, please contact us.

The Purpose of a Small Group: Connecting people with God and each other for relationships, growth and outreach.

TRANSFORMING RELATIONSHIPS

  • Accountability
  • Belonging
  • Care

SPIRITUAL GROWTH

  • Growing in love for God
  • Growing in love for others

OUTREACH

  • At DaySpring Christian Church (weekend services and ministries)
  • In your neighborhood
  • Outside your comfort zone

Because we are all made in the image of God we are all looking for significance and purpose (hope). Thus, all of mankind yearns for relationship; a connectedness, an intimacy with others. We all have a desire to communicate; share our feelings, feel wanted, be accepted, be loved and to love. God made within each of us (Ecc 3:11) this sense of forwardness, that we are part of something eternal. This brings about our significance and purpose; to be a part of something much larger than ourselves. We want to build COMMUNITY.

Community is a place where each individual experiences a sense of identity and belonging; where people are being Christ to each other by knowing and being known, loving and being loved, serving and being served, celebrating and being celebrated

Community is a process in which we move with a group of people in totality; from independence to interdependence, from invulnerability to vulnerability, from lack of accountability to the presence of accountability.

Community is a proof of living and loving God to a watching world. John 13:34, 35, A new command I give you; love one another as I have lod you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another. Our relationship with each other is the criterion the world uses to judge whether our message is truthful – the Christian community is the final apologetic. -Francis Schaeffer

We currently have a variety of small groups meeting. If you would like information, please contact us.

The Purpose of a Small Group: Connecting people with God and each other for relationships, growth and outreach.

TRANSFORMING RELATIONSHIPS

  • Accountability
  • Belonging
  • Care

SPIRITUAL GROWTH

  • Growing in love for God
  • Growing in love for others

OUTREACH

  • At DaySpring Christian Church (weekend services and ministries)
  • In your neighborhood
  • Outside your comfort zone

Because we are all made in the image of God we are all looking for significance and purpose (hope). Thus, all of mankind yearns for relationship; a connectedness, an intimacy with others. We all have a desire to communicate; share our feelings, feel wanted, be accepted, be loved and to love. God made within each of us (Ecc 3:11) this sense of forwardness, that we are part of something eternal. This brings about our significance and purpose; to be a part of something much larger than ourselves. We want to build COMMUNITY.

Community is a place where each individual experiences a sense of identity and belonging; where people are being Christ to each other by knowing and being known, loving and being loved, serving and being served, celebrating and being celebrated

Community is a process in which we move with a group of people in totality; from independence to interdependence, from invulnerability to vulnerability, from lack of accountability to the presence of accountability.

Community is a proof of living and loving God to a watching world. John 13:34, 35, A new command I give you; love one another as I have lod you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another. Our relationship with each other is the criterion the world uses to judge whether our message is truthful – the Christian community is the final apologetic. -Francis Schaeffer

We currently have a variety of small groups meeting. If you would like information, please contact us.

Discovering DaySpring

Discovering DaySpring Christian Church Program

This program is especially designed to help guests, visitors, and attendees that our looking for a Church home to decide if DSCC could be their Church home.  This program is presented via two classes presented during the Sunday school hour on the first and second Sunday of each month.  Classes are held in the Church Library.

This program will cover DaySpring Christian Church’s:

  • History
  • Church Structure
  • Church Ministries
  • Church Missions
  • Belief Statements
  • Understanding of the Biblical Plan of Salvation
  • Understanding of the New Covenant/the Lord’s Supper
  • Understanding of Church Membership

Discovering DaySpring Christian Church Program

This program is especially designed to help guests, visitors, and attendees that our looking for a Church home to decide if DSCC could be their Church home.  This program is presented via two classes presented during the Sunday school hour on the first and second Sunday of each month.  Classes are held in the Church Library.

This program will cover DaySpring Christian Church’s:

  • History
  • Church Structure
  • Church Ministries
  • Church Missions
  • Belief Statements
  • Understanding of the Biblical Plan of Salvation
  • Understanding of the New Covenant/the Lord’s Supper
  • Understanding of Church Membership

Discovering DaySpring Christian Church Program

This program is especially designed to help guests, visitors, and attendees that our looking for a Church home to decide if DSCC could be their Church home.  This program is presented via two classes presented during the Sunday school hour on the first and second Sunday of each month.  Classes are held in the Church Library.

This program will cover DaySpring Christian Church’s:

  • History
  • Church Structure
  • Church Ministries
  • Church Missions
  • Belief Statements
  • Understanding of the Biblical Plan of Salvation
  • Understanding of the New Covenant/the Lord’s Supper
  • Understanding of Church Membership

Discovering DaySpring Christian Church Program

This program is especially designed to help guests, visitors, and attendees that our looking for a Church home to decide if DSCC could be their Church home.  This program is presented via two classes presented during the Sunday school hour on the first and second Sunday of each month.  Classes are held in the Church Library.

This program will cover DaySpring Christian Church’s:

  • History
  • Church Structure
  • Church Ministries
  • Church Missions
  • Belief Statements
  • Understanding of the Biblical Plan of Salvation
  • Understanding of the New Covenant/the Lord’s Supper
  • Understanding of Church Membership

Discovering DaySpring Christian Church Program

This program is especially designed to help guests, visitors, and attendees that our looking for a Church home to decide if DSCC could be their Church home.  This program is presented via two classes presented during the Sunday school hour on the first and second Sunday of each month.  Classes are held in the Church Library.

This program will cover DaySpring Christian Church’s:

  • History
  • Church Structure
  • Church Ministries
  • Church Missions
  • Belief Statements
  • Understanding of the Biblical Plan of Salvation
  • Understanding of the New Covenant/the Lord’s Supper
  • Understanding of Church Membership

Discovering DaySpring Christian Church Program

This program is especially designed to help guests, visitors, and attendees that our looking for a Church home to decide if DSCC could be their Church home.  This program is presented via two classes presented during the Sunday school hour on the first and second Sunday of each month.  Classes are held in the Church Library.

This program will cover DaySpring Christian Church’s:

  • History
  • Church Structure
  • Church Ministries
  • Church Missions
  • Belief Statements
  • Understanding of the Biblical Plan of Salvation
  • Understanding of the New Covenant/the Lord’s Supper
  • Understanding of Church Membership

Discovering DaySpring Christian Church Program

This program is especially designed to help guests, visitors, and attendees that our looking for a Church home to decide if DSCC could be their Church home.  This program is presented via two classes presented during the Sunday school hour on the first and second Sunday of each month.  Classes are held in the Church Library.

This program will cover DaySpring Christian Church’s:

  • History
  • Church Structure
  • Church Ministries
  • Church Missions
  • Belief Statements
  • Understanding of the Biblical Plan of Salvation
  • Understanding of the New Covenant/the Lord’s Supper
  • Understanding of Church Membership

Discovering DaySpring Christian Church Program

This program is especially designed to help guests, visitors, and attendees that our looking for a Church home to decide if DSCC could be their Church home.  This program is presented via two classes presented during the Sunday school hour on the first and second Sunday of each month.  Classes are held in the Church Library.

This program will cover DaySpring Christian Church’s:

  • History
  • Church Structure
  • Church Ministries
  • Church Missions
  • Belief Statements
  • Understanding of the Biblical Plan of Salvation
  • Understanding of the New Covenant/the Lord’s Supper
  • Understanding of Church Membership