Healing Training

Friday: 6:30-9:00 p.m. | Saturday: 9 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (lunch provided)
Sign up HERE.

Prayer is for everyone, but we can always learn new prayer strategies and insights, and see what God’s Word says about healing. That’s why we are offering a training course this June. We want people to experience breakthrough and be transformed in all areas of life.


  • Healing in all areas of life (physical, emotional, inner, spiritual)
  • Faith & trust
  • Roadblocks to healing
  • Power of words and blessing
  • Words of knowledge
  • Deliverance
  • Anointing
  • Authority

This training will be taught by Tom and Jana Tyrrell of the Loveland Healing Rooms. Childcare is available with an RSVP by June 22.

All In Sunday

All In Sundays happen the 5th Sunday of the month, usually 3-5 times a year.  It’s a chance for our whole church family to gather together. It’s a morning of celebration and traditions, like baptisms and child dedications, that we want everyone of all ages to experience!

How is All in Sunday different from other Sundays? Well, everyone means everyone, that mean kids of all ages and those that typically serve in our early childhood and elementary rooms will be in the auditorium. We’ll see you there!

Our next All in Sunday is Sunday, September 30 at 9:00 a.m.

It’s our 40th birthday this year and we’ll be celebrating as a whole church family on September 30 at our All In service. We will be only having one service at 9:00 am. then, we’ll continue the celebration with delicious food and hanging out together afterwards. This morning will be a time to remember and celebrate our past 40 years and look forward to what the Lord has for us for our future. The best is yet to come!

Better Together



Family Ministries presents Better Together along with Pastor Kent and his wife, Jan. These nights promise to be full of fun, laughter, equipping, and supportive to your relationship. Whether your marriage is surviving or thriving, new or with many years—these nights are for you. The cost is $20 per couple. The first night kicks off with a great dinner and conversation led by Pastor Kent. Space is limited, so get signed up soon!

Childcare is not provided, however childcare reimbursement forms are available upon request. Contact Pastor Cheryl if you have questions, cherylw@gschurch.tv.

WHEN: January 27 from 6-8:30 p.m., February 10 from 7-8:30 p.m., February 24 from 7-8:30 p.m., and March 10 from 7-8:30 p.m.
WHERE: Good Shepherd Church
COST: $20

Get signed up today!

Malachi Study


Know God’s Unchanging Love In A New Way

On our worst day, God doesn’t walk away from us. And His love for us is not determined by our performance. No matter how many times we mess up, God loves (and never leaves) broken people. “I the LORD do not change” Malachi 3:6

Who: Women of all ages

When: Wednesdays at 7 p.m. (starting September 21) and Fridays at 9 a.m. (starting September 23). Children’s Ministry is available Fridays.

Where: Good Shepherd Church

Cost: $20 for the workbook

REGISTER HERE or on Sundays in the Family Room

Mom’s Connect 2016


Are you a mother?  Do you feel like you need to connect with other moms from time to time to talk about all the crazy moments of mothering? Good Shepherd Church has a group just for you! Mom’s Connect focuses on creating connections between moms with kids of all ages in an environment that is safe, supportive, and encouraging.

Who: Moms Connect is open to all moms with children of any age.  We welcome and invite older moms/grandmas for the role of mentoring moms.

When: Mom’s Connect meets September-May on the 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month, 9-11 a.m. in the Family Room

Cost: $15 registration fee. Childcare provided for children in preschool and under. $10 per child per semester (partial scholarships available).

Contact: Katie Hanshew, momsconnect@gschurch.tv. For childcare, contact Dee Carrillo, deec@gschurch.tv


Sharing the Gospel

Before you stop reading because you’re scared to death of what this might mean, let me put your heart and mind at rest. Sharing the Gospel is not that complicated. Follow these four easy steps, and see how well you do.

  1. Remember that the “Big Picture Gospel” is found in Gal. 3:8 & Gen. 12:1-3. (Go check it out.) The over-riding message is that God loves people, and desires to bless them. He is for people, and has great plans in store for them!I think most people need to hear message this first – because that’s what everybody wants and needs. After sharing that, then you share with them the message of Christ and the cross. The “Good News” is God’s love, and desire to bless people. The message of Jesus and the cross is the way to access the love and blessing God wants to give.
  2. DO NOT ever ever share it like this!
  3. Needless to say, it’s so important to speak in language that makes sense to the person you’re talking to.
  4. DO share like this. Get a tool like Billy Graham’s “Steps to Peace With God.” This website contains what I think is the clearest and most practical explanation of salvation that there is. (Check out their website to find out more.)
  5. The greatest proof of the Gospel is a life that has been changed by it. Always be ready to share your story as a part of your witness.

“Antenna Up” everyone!

Pastor Kent


Signs & Wonders Class

Power Walking – no, not the latest fitness fad – God’s design and desire for living! The Bible makes a clear connection between life as a Christian, and walking in the power of the Spirit.

Join Pastor Kent for a five week, highly experiential class that explores how to walk more fully in the power of The Holy Spirit, and what that might look like in every day living.

Tuesdays in July
6:30-8:00 p.m. in the Family Room

No need to sign up – just show up!

Letters From Dad

Hey Men,

If you died today, what legacy would you leave behind for your wife and children?

  • Would they know how much they meant to you?
  • Do they understand how important and treasured they are to you?
  • Have they received the approval they need from their father or husband?

What blessings would you leave for your wonderful kids and beautiful wife?

Join us Thursday January 17th @ 6:30pm in the Family Room at Good Shepherd Church (map) as we kick-off -Letters From Dad.

Please RSVP to Bob Tholl (robertg46@q.com), Ron Damon (damonr43@hotmail.com) or Tom Cotter (tcotter@dfamilk.com)


Letters From Dad is a series where men of all ages learn the lost art of letter writing to tell our wife, our children, and our grandchildren that they are the treasures of our lives.

On Thursday, there will be an introduction and a video presentation explaining the purpose for Letters from Dad.  We’ll be serving Free “Man Food”: Burgers and Brats (it’s a guy thing, so nothing healthy!).

Please RSVP to Bob Tholl (robertg46@q.com), Ron Damon (damonr43@hotmail.com) or Tom Cotter (tcotter@dfamilk.com)

Few men have received an intentional letter of blessing from their father.  Regardless of our age, we still look for blessing and approval from our dad. The purpose of Letters From Dad is to learn how to write – not email, text, etc. – a letter of blessing for your wife and children.  The last letter in the series is the letter you would write if you only had 10 minutes left in your life.

We [Men] are the leaders of our families, our church, our places of employment, and our community.  We need to bless our families and let them know how important they are to us.  As we like to say around here, we need to “man up.”

This program started when the founder’s dad passed away.  When cleaning out the garage, he found his dad’s old tackle box.  That’s all he got from his dad.  Because of this, he was angry at his dad, at God, and himself.  God spoke to him and said, “OK, what blessing have you left your kids?”  It hit him like a ton of bricks, so he started Letters From Dad.

This is open to men of all ages.  The 18-year-old who can learn how to write and bless his future family and also how to write and bless his parents.  The 45-year-old dad who has been busy chasing a career can reconnect with his grown(growing) kids.  And the 70-year-old who has been married for 50 years and has grandkids will have the opportunity to say the words that need to be spoken before it is too late.  All will learn how to write letters and be able to leave a lasting legacy of love and blessing.

Once again, Join us Thursday January 17th @ 6:30pm in the Family Room at Good Shepherd Church (map) as we kick-off Letters From Dad.

And did we mention there will be FREE MAN FOOD?

Please RSVP so we can be sure to have enough Burgers and Brats for everyone.

RSVP to Bob Tholl (robertg46@q.com), Ron Damon (damonr43@hotmail.com) or Tom Cotter (tcotter@dfamilk.com)

Parent Orientation

This fall, join our Kids and Student Ministry teams as we share how we are ministering to your family, where we are headed in the future, ways you can get involved, and connect with the leaders who are impacting your child’s life. Because this orientation is so important, we are asking all our GSC families to attend one parent orientation.

Sunday, September 9 from 7-8 p.m. or

Monday, September 10 from 7-8 p.m.

If you have any questions, contact Cheri Wadham, cheriw[at]gschurch.tv or 970.669.3675 x 229.

Prayer Training


Prayer is something for all of us to participate in; not just for leaders and pastors but for anyone who loves Jesus. You’re invited to a Prayer Training that will prepare you to become part of the ministry team that prays for those in need on Sundays.

We will talk about…

  • How do I pray for people?
  • What issues do people face?
  • How do I let the Holy Spirit work through me?
  • and much more

We’ll also be able to answer questions you might have about prayer.

The Prayer Training happens on Saturday, October 28 from 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m. There’s no cost and childcare is available with an RSVP by October 24. We hope you’ll join us!