Ingraining Culture

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about men—particularly men in our church. Now that Storyline has moved beyond portable to a permanent location, there are new opportunities for discipleship...
“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...
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...
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,...
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...
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...
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...
This Friday, Dads will don their dusty formal wear. There may even be a few ties in the room! At this special Father-Daughter date night, dads will create a...
Our Minds Must Be Changed  In Romans 12:1, the Scriptures declare, “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind….” The mind...
Storyline Fellowship desires to strike the balance in being culturally relevant and theologically robust. If we are faithful to our mission to invite unconvinced friends, then our weekly gatherings...
Every church must choose an approach to its teaching ministry. Storyline Fellowship is committed to a less-popular methodology known as expository preaching (which you can read more about here.)...
Theologically Robust Author and pastor A.W. Tozer once said, “What comes into your mind when you think about God is the most important thing about you.” And we agree:...