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A couple of months ago, we asked you for nominations for our next internal elder. Our elders provide wisdom, encouragement and accountability to the Lead Pastor and staff, and...
In the New Testament book of 1 Thessalonians, Paul encourages the church to grow more and more in their devotion to God. Here are 5 fast examples of what...
These two faces should be familiar—our Lead Pastor and Worship Pastor. You’ll see them on the platform every Sunday! Ben Mandrell, Lead Pastor What do you do for Storyline?...
Serving behind the scenes! This staff spotlight features two “unsung heroes” who help us keep things moving forward at Storyline! Lindsay Acocella, Strategic Coordinator / Women’s Ministry What do...
Investing in the next generation and their families! This week’s staff spotlight features two people who LOVE kids and students. Read more about our Children’s Ministry Director and Student...
Since our launch in 2015, one of our favorite summer events has been a free sports camp for kids, which we originally called “Sports of All Sorts”. In 2017,...
When parents welcome a new baby into their home, it’s a common tradition for friends and family to gather and shower them with gifts and supplies needed to care...
Give us one day. Easter is approaching quickly, and there are still some volunteer slots we need to fill. We’re expecting to see bigger-than-ever crowds, and we want to...
Perhaps you’ve already begun preparing for Easter. For those in more orthodox traditions, Ash Wednesday (February 14th this year) kicked off the 40-day season of reflection and repentance known...
“The age of the average church member increases by seven years every decade and in the next ten years, the average age of members in many mainline denominations will...
In October of 2017, we announced our plans to purchase and renovate the vacant Walmart Neighborhood Market at the corner of 64th Ave. and Indiana St. We launched an...
Over the past few weeks in our services, we’ve been highlighting several areas of our kids ministry that you might not know about. Here are five ways you can...
We want each person at Storyline to find a place where they can use their talents and interests to serve God. Below we’ve included a list of volunteer positions...
Revelation 7:9-10 describes heaven as “a great multitude that no one could number, from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages” worshiping Jesus together. It is our...
Have you ever heard the saying, “Give a man a fish, feed him for a day; teach a man to fish, feed him for a lifetime”? In a way...
Our church is committed to teamwork. Each month, we try to make you aware of ways you can use your gifts and interests to serve. Take a look at...
This week, we officially launched sign-ups for our fall Home Groups. Our new groups will begin meeting the week of September 10. Here are answers to a few frequently...
In his celebrated work, Life Together, Dietrich Bonhoeffer writes: “The physical presence of other Christians is a source of incomparable joy and strength to the believer.” That’s why we...
As you’ve been hearing over the past several weeks, we are well into the process of bringing on two internal elders to help provide a next level of wisdom,...
Over the summer, a family from our church (the Golens) spent some time in London, England, on a temporary work assignment. While they were there, we asked Tim and...
Our church is committed to teamwork. Each month, we try to make you aware of ways you can use your gifts and interests to serve. Take a look at...
What does it mean for Storyline’s missions to be “across the street and across the sea”? Acts 1:8 is one of the most oft-quoted verses regarding God’s call for...
Teamwork is a real value around here. We hope that everyone who comes to Storyline will find a place where they can use their gifts and talents for God’s...
This summer, we are opening someone else’s mail. We are studying 1 Timothy, a letter that was written 2000 years ago by a Jewish mentor named Paul, a pastor...
At Storyline, we’ve committed to linking arms with other churches for a goal that is bigger than building up our own programs and events. You’ve heard us say, “We’re...
A castle is an intimidating, impenetrable fortress, strategically surrounded by a moat. Its primary purpose is as a defensive structure, prepared for an attack by the enemy. The castle...
We Need Excellence in Outreach This month at Storyline, we are emphasizing our cultural value that “Excellence is Endearing.” We know that everything can’t be equally excellent, but there...
2017 is a year for engraining culture in our church. We want to wear our values on our sleeve, and communicate clearly who we want to be as we...
Denver, Colorado, ranks among the top 15 cities in America for post-Christian thinking. To put it plainly, people in the Mile High City aren’t running to the Bible when...
At Storyline, we see four portions on the ministry plate. We make four “asks” of our members: Participate in a worship service Plug into a Home Group Serve in...
At Storyline, we see four portions on the ministry plate. We make four “asks” of our members: Participate in a worship service Plug into a Home Group Serve in...
In a previous post, I described the essentials on the Storyline plate. We see four main commitments as mission critical and we strive to keep the main things the...
From the start, Storyline Fellowship has aimed at simplicity. To avoid confusing activity for accomplishment, we created a culture that makes four weekly “asks” of its members. Like a...
When God called a few of us to plant this church, we weren’t sure what to call it. As the Lead Pastor, I knew the final decision would fall...
Video Production Team Our podcasts, online videos, and monthly MyStory videos help tell the story of how God is at work at our church. The Video Production Team is...
Storyline Fellowship was founded with a firm commitment to relational evangelism, which some people simply call friendship evangelism. This means that we aim to be an army of loving...
At Storyline Fellowship, we believe in relational evangelism. We say it this way: “warm conversations, not cold confrontations.” This means we love people where they are, we take an...
The little church pictured on this page is where my faith in Jesus was first nurtured. In my formative years, I was part of this little community called Tampico...