Shaping Axiom

Honor the Past, Pioneer the Future


August 25, 2019 • Gavin Linderman

How do we honor the past and bless our future? This is the guiding question as we wade through the waters of our church’s history. While at times its feels as if we are still just a fledging community trying to find our way, we are called to stand firmly in the tradition of Christ and his love for neighbor and enemy. In this series we will look to the wisdom of our parents and our past so that we might make the most of tomorrow.

The Road To Apprenticeship

August 18, 2019 • Gavin Linderman

In the melting pot of community and the vigilance of inclusion a door was left opened at a modest church in the northwest valley and in walked an unlikely. It was there amongst a people (Copper Hills Church) that a dream was born out of the experience of Gods embrace in the wake of broken dreams. This week we explore how the church is to partner with one another in making disciples.

High Risk Love

August 11, 2019 • Cindy Montana

Real love is risky. It requires us to go beyond our comfort zone at times and other times to stay on the porch. Thankfully Jesus puts this kind of love on display and has gifted us with wonderful examples in our own past to help us see the love but also to receive it and give it too.

Relationship With God

August 4, 2019 • Gavin Linderman, Steve Reimer, Micah Bentley

Turns out the goal of spiritual formation isn’t formation itself, it is a deeper intimacy with Jesus. This week Gavin will sit down with long time friend and guide Steve Riemer to discuss the role of spiritual formation and more specifically the journey of walking with Jesus and others.

The Kingdom

July 28, 2019 • Brad Klassen

Not always has the church understood the richness of the Kingdom. Often in histories past we have thought the Kingdom to be something we had to construct by military power and at other times it was thought to be exclusively a heavenly ideal. Thankfully our parent church held a deep affection for the King and His Kingdom in more ways then one. We were forced to rethink salvation, mission, prayer, and even the way we go about the mundane practices of our day. All of it matters to the King.