09|2018

Partnership

Partnership is a way for people who consider missio Dei to be their home church to assume greater ownership of the vision and mission. Our next partnership classes will be September 16th and 23rd from 1-3p. If you have questions about what partnership is please feel free to email us at info@www.missiodeifalcon.org, or if you… Read more »

missio Dei: Falcon Colorado logo with cross

08|2018

Discipleship Collectives Fall 2018

Our Discipleship Collectives exist to create spaces where men and women can gather and ENCOUNTER Jesus through the transforming study of his Word, EXPERIENCE  Jesus through the love of His people, and ENGAGE the work of Jesus through missional discipleship. Our new semester of Discipleship Collectives starts in September.  These groups exist in 4 forms:… Read more »

07|2018

Elder Leadership Team

One of our theological distinctives as a church is that we are elder-led. This means that our understanding of Scripture is that the church is to be led by a group of men who are called to serve the church by modeling servant leadership after the example of Jesus. In May we introduced three new… Read more »

close up of welcome name tags at missio Dei: Falcon Colorado

05|2018

Volunteering at missio Dei: Falcon

In order to have our weekly gatherings in an elementary school we need of volunteers for coffee, worship, missio: Kids, tech, set up, and tear down.  If you aren’t currently serving it’s a great way to use your gifts and get connected to other volunteers!  You can sign up by clicking here.

03|2018

Can I Lose My Salvation?

This past Sunday we discussed the controversial topic of whether or not a Christian can lose their salvation. This topic has been controversial enough in the history of the church that I thought it may be helpful to reiterate some thoughts on the subject here.  First, however, whenever we discuss an issue that godly Christians… Read more »

01|2018

Hebrews Resources

As we continue in our study of the book of Hebrews over the next 20+ weeks, we want to provide some additional resources to make sure that we get the most out of our time in this amazing book. Our ultimate authority should always be the written Word of God, the Bible, but secondary literature can… Read more »

11|2017

Writings on God's Glory

Last Sunday we wrapped up our series on the 5 Solas of the Reformation with a message on Soli Deo Gloria (Glory to God alone). This powerful concept answers the question of the ultimate purpose for each of our lives, but it is a message our sinful flesh wars against.  One of the ways we battle our tendency… Read more »

10|2017

Neighborhood Halloween Parties

As we approach the end of October we are gearing up for our annual Falcon neighborhoods Halloween parties.  This will be our 4th year doing this event as a church, and it is turning into one of the most defining ways we connect with the community of Falcon.  Every year we try to get Halloween parties into… Read more »

10|2017

Sola Scriptura: Definitions and Bible References

Last week we kicked off our study on the doctrines of the Reformation with the topic of Sola Scriptura, or Scripture Alone. We saw that as humans we all appeal to an ultimate authority for our understanding of what truth is, therefore our task is to make sure we are appealing to the correct authority!… Read more »

07|2017

Resources on Finances

After yesterday’s sermon on giving it might be helpful to share a few additional resources on finances and generosity. Joby Martin, Multiply Resources (video from an Acts 29 conference, his jokes are better than anything you’ll hear at mD:F…). The Treasure Principle, by Randy Alcorn (A short, easy read with a good theology of generosity). Crown… Read more »