Work As Worship Retreat
8:00 AM08:00

Work As Worship Retreat

On February 22, join thousands of Christian business professionals across the country for a 1-day livestream event to hear from experts on connecting your faith and work.

Last year Work As Worship gathered with over 13,000 business professionals across the country for a full 1-day retreat to hear from experts, be encouraged, and discuss how to connect our faith and work.

We would love for you to be a part of our next Work as Worship Retreat!

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February 22, 2019
7:30am – 2:30pm CST

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Kingdom Leadership Workshop
to Feb 7

Kingdom Leadership Workshop

  • Betenbough Homes, The Grove East (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

When a Kingdom Leader engages in a Kingdom Style, a Kingdom Culture emerges… and the Kingdom of God advances!

Do you desire to see God’s Kingdom advance more effectively through your business or ministry? Every leader and team need an intentional plan to see transformation take place in their business. This workshop is designed to equip you and your leadership team to BUILD THAT PLAN!

Whether you are a part of the leadership team of a brand-new venture, or a seasoned group of leaders in an established business or ministry, we want to invite you to join us! In a round table-style format, you will be inspired by veteran leaders, encouraged with miraculous testimony, and equipped to experience the reality of the Kingdom at work in your organization.

This workshop will provide fresh content, as well as creative opportunities for you to attend multiple breakout sessions!

Make it a priority to attend with your leadership team. If you are a business owner without a leadership team, consider bringing your spouse with you!

Group registration (2+ people from same organization) available. Individual registrations are available only by waiting list at this time. Contact us to be added to this list.Registration for this event will open soon.

Questions? Check the FAQ below or send us an email.

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Business for the Common Good
7:30 AM07:30

Business for the Common Good

  • Google Calendar ICS

How do you determine if a business is successful? Is it reflected in a positive balance sheet, gleaming customer reviews, or a charismatic CEO? What if God measured success by a broader standard—by the way businesses help every employee, supplier, consumer, or community they touch thrive?

Join Denver Institute for Faith & Work at “Business for the Common Good,” a half-day event for business leaders passionate about professional excellence and using their gifts and resources for lasting impact. Hear from keynote Jay Jakub, author of Completing Capitalism: Heal Business to Heal the World, corporate executives, innovators, and policy-makers as we explore the intrinsic role business plays in God’s world.

Tickets on sale now! Don’t let money keep you from attending. Contact to inquire about scholarships.

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SHIFT! (KWM Common Pursuit Event) – with Peter Friessle, CEO of Polydeck
4:00 PM16:00

SHIFT! (KWM Common Pursuit Event) – with Peter Friessle, CEO of Polydeck

What You Will Discover from Peter’s Amazing Journey!

  • How to shift from “using people to get things to using things to get people”

  • How to love people and create a caring culture that honors God in the workplace

  • 4 steps to “seek God’s kingdom first” and make Christ the center of your business / ministry organization

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Peter Freissle is the President of Polydeck Screen Corporation, the leading provider of modular screening solutions for the aggregate, coal and mining industries. With over 350 employees in the US, Chile and Peru, Peter is laser focused on creating a culture of “Care” founded on their core values of “humility, honesty, integrity, respect, trust, accountability, kindness and social responsibility.”

Peter is founder of HWAW, an NPO with a mission to create eternal value in the workplace around the world by helping decision makers understand the importance of caring for people in a way that honors God; generating “EROI,” an eternal return on investment.

Peter is a proud father of four children, who are frequently by his side during community and charity support work. In addition to the many cherished affiliations within the national and international workplace ministry movement, Peter has served for a number of years as an active member of the Board of Directors for Corporate Chaplains of America.

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Share the Warmth!
to Dec 2

Share the Warmth!

Under One Roof is collecting coats and winter gear! We are looking for boys and girls children’s sizes and adult sizes XS-L. Please drop off your new or gently used donations at one of our two donation sites.

Foothills Fellowship Baptist Church (can be left at the door or the foyer, please label the donation bag for ‘Share the Warmth’) 9179 W. Weaver Drive Littleton CO 80123

L&R Pallet | Under One Roof 3855 Lima Street Denver, CO 80239, office hours 6:00am-4:00pm

Thank you for thinking of our friends as the weather gets colder!

Please also consider some other organizations in need of your donations this year! Together, we are better.

Aurora Public Schools Welcome Center

·         “…are in desperate need of coats for our immigrant and refugee students.”

·         We accept coats in good condition for children (boys and girls) age 3-21 years

·         Address is 1085 Peoria St, Aurora, CO 80011


Colorado Refugee Wellness Center

·         1666 Elmira St. Aurora, CO 80010


Denver Presbyterian Church

·         Learn more at:


Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern Colorado (IRCNOCO) and LFSRM in Greeley

·         Doing a winter clothes (coats, scarves, hats, gloves) drive

·         Asking for new (not used) closed toe shoes of all sizes this year

·         Drop off at either address:  LFSRM - 1502 9th Ave. Greeley, CO 80631 and IRCNOCO - 3001 8th Ave Suite 170, Evans, CO 80620


International Rescue Committee

·         Doing a coat and boot drive

·         Learn more at:

·         Address to drop off: 405 Urban Street, Suite 400, Lakewood CO 80228


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L&R Pallet's 3rd Annual Pallet Industry CEO Business Workshop
to Sep 28

L&R Pallet's 3rd Annual Pallet Industry CEO Business Workshop

Be Bold For Change: How Leading with Love, Works

A Winning Culture & Employee Retention Begins with YOU 


Day 1 | L&R Tour and Best Practices Session Wednesday, September 26th, 2018 | 8:00am -2:00pm | 

L&R Pallet Service | 3855 Lima Street | Denver, CO 80239  

Join us for part or all of this 3-day Faith + Work Event in Denver, Colorado. We welcome you to L&R Pallet for a personal tour of our facilities and in-depth look at our operations. The highlight of this day is meeting the people behind our pallets. This will be followed by a Q&A session to learn more about our model at L&R - People. Pallets. Purpose. President, James Ruder, will be answering questions you have about transforming your company culture, employee retention and living out a spiritual leadership in the marketplace. We encourage you to bring your team! Spaces are limited, you must register for this by emailing

Location: 3855 Lima Street Denver, CO 80239 | 9am-3pm | 


Day 2 | Pallet Industry CEO 3rd Annual Workshop Thursday, September 27th, 2018 | 7:30am- 3:00pm | 

Infinity Event Center | 4400 E Kentucky Ave | Glendale, CO 80246 

Feature Speaker: Joel Mansby, Author Love Works

Join us for a one-day workshop hosted by James and Carine Ruder, as we learn about the principles of effective leadership with our feature speaker, Joel Manby.

Joel Manby is the former CEO of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment and former President and CEO of Herschend Family Entertainment (HFE) the largest family-owned theme park corporation in the United States. HFE creates, develops and operates entertainment, tourism and hospitality properties spanning 26 locations in ten states, including Stone

Mountain Park, Dollywood, Silver Dollar City and others including Denver’s Elitch Gardens Theme and Water Park. He and HFE were featured in the seventh episode of the first season of CBS’s Undercover Boss. Manby, a strong proponent of servant leadership, also wrote Love Works about HFE's unique business culture, with all proceeds going toward the Share It Forward Foundation, the company's charitable organization which aids employees in need. 

Joel will highlight practices that you can turn into a lifestyle by challenging leaders to move beyond just talking about core values and actually incorporating them into your organization. If you are striving for something beyond business as usual, Love Works will transform your leadership style and your team. 

Location: Infinity Park Event Center | 4400 E Kentucky Ave, Glendale, CO 80246  

Hotel Recommendation: Hyatt Place Denver/Cherry Creek | 4150 East Mississippi Avenue Glendale, Colorado, USA, 80246 | Corporate discount available upon booking (303) 782-9300 or code IPRG when booking online

Continental Breakfast 7:30 a.m. - Main Event 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. | Attire: Business casual

Please purchase tickets via Eventbrite |


Day 3| Colorado Christian Business Alliance Conference Please note: You must register for this event separately through CCBA.

Friday, September 28th, 2018 | 7:45 am – 3:15 pm | 

Infinity Park Event Center | 4400 E Kentucky Ave| Glendale, CO 80246 

We invite you to attend the Colorado Christian Business Alliance (CCBA) annual conference. CCBA hosts an annual conference to promote spiritual growth, intentional leadership and marketplace collaboration. This event is the perfect way to end the week and will bring together the teachings from L&R Pallet and Industry Workshop. 

CCBA Mission: 

  1. To work in unity toward personal spiritual growth in the business domain
  2. To provide an in-depth understanding of God’s high calling to the business professionals
  3. To encourage involvement in the Great Commission
  4. To create understanding of the value and benefits of building a BAM (Business as Mission) — that is, a Kingdom business.

Location: Infinity Park Event Center | 4400 E Kentucky Ave, Glendale, CO 80246  

Hotel Recommendation: Hyatt Place Denver/Cherry Creek | 4150 East Mississippi Avenue Glendale, Colorado, USA, 80246 | Corporate discount available upon booking (303) 782-9300 or code IPRG when booking online

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Senior Service Day (with The Lion Project)
9:00 AM09:00

Senior Service Day (with The Lion Project)


There are many things to be done in this building to support Senior Support Services. Volunteer by doing some building, painting, and organizing to help utilize the building which is beyond capacity.

The Lion Project has been collecting a team of movers & shakers in the community to see if they can help Senior Support Services get into a new building to serve more. If this is something you’d like to help with, email


Senior Support Services started back in the 70s when the downtown housing market was similar to it is now…. too expensive for many elders as they were pushed toward motels, shelters, and the streets. Right now, Senior Support Services is seeing a 20% increase in clients every year and as executive director, Ted Pascoe, says, they are bursting at the seems. And they are.

The program staff is amazing. They love our homeless elders and their staff exhibits a beautiful balance of gentle love and tough boundaries.

Help accelerate the growth of this organization. These clients are relying on them and they need the community to help meet these growing needs. See their promotional video on the Senior Support Services Campaign page.


Can you help find money for a new building? Got a unique connection or skill that would benefit this project? Or would you like to contribute financially to help The Lion Project go bigger and better? You can donate here.

Senior Support Services is Denver’s only day center for hungry and homeless seniors. The day center is a safe place to spend time, socialize with others, and participate in activities. 

  • provides meals, food and clothing banks, computer and internet access, transportation
  • helps clients get housing, benefits, rent and utility payments, financial counseling
  • provides access to medical care, health screenings, mental health care.
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World Refugee Day
10:00 AM10:00

World Refugee Day

  • Wednesday, June 20, 2018
  • 10:00 AM  12:00 PM
  • Colorado State Capitol Building -West Steps (map)

Welcoming Communities in partnership with L&R Pallet and several of Colorado's Refugee services invite you to join us in celebrating the economic contributions of Refugees in our communities! 

World Refugee Day 2018 is on June 20th. This is an annual event, held on the same date each year, and 2018 is the 18th year of the event, run by the United Nations Refugee Agency, to state that the world supports and stands with refugees. The event is about raising global awareness of global responsibility for refugees.

World Refugee Day honours the strength and courage of refugees and encourages public awareness and support of the refugees, people who have had to flee their home lands because of conflict or natural disaster.

Refugees are vulnerable and in need, and are often misunderstood and maligned, and often have very little or nothing of their posessions and little food, they often have to leave their homes with nothing or with what they can carry. They suffer cold, hunger, trauma, despair, disease, violence and loss. The awareness day is to help public understanding of refugees as well as raising support and help.

Across the world, agencies, both governmental and non-governmental, work tirelessly to help refugees, but with people being made refugees daily, more help and awareness is constantly needed, to ensure that refugees are treated fairly and provided for, rather than being neglected or shunned, and there are projects to re-settle and provide for refugees. So World Refugee Day highlights all of this. And now it also marks the launch of the ‘With Refugees’ petition, which will state the needs and potential rights of refugees.

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Dignity Festival by Project Worthmore
7:00 AM07:00

Dignity Festival by Project Worthmore

The Dignity Festival is a day of fitness and community to honor World Refugee Day.


Admission Includes -->

5k Race // 1 Mile Fun Run // Yoga w/ live DJ + sound eliminating headsets presented by Sound Off Colorado // Rice Haul Relay // Kids Activities // Catered Lunch + Community Potluck // Beer Tent // Prizes + More!!

Kid’s activities throughout the day!

**NOTE: the rice haul relay is an 8-person group activity. Feel free to recruit & bring your own team or we'll match you up with one day of! This event is included in the general ticket! **


Presented by Project Worthmore and Denver Presbyterian Church, this summer event honors the increasingly-significant World Refugee Day, and is a chance to hang out in community and support year-round work that directly impacts the lives of Colorado refugees.

Come join us at the beautiful DeLaney Community Farm, our refugee training farm, and see what we’ve been up to the past year!

Bring your friends as we share a day of fitness and fun together, and stand up for refugees at home and across the world.



Schedule of Events

7:00am / Registration Open
7:30am-8:30am / Yoga w/ Live DJ
9:00am-10:00am / 5k
10:00am-10:30am / 1 Mile Fun Run
10:30am-11:15am / Rice Haul Relay
11:15am-1:00pm / Food, Drink, Prizes + More!

We’ll have plenty to enjoy throughout the day including:

  • Morning snacks and coffee - Commonwealth Coffee Roasters & City, O' City
  • Lunch - Catered by local favorite City, O' City as well as international potluck from our refugee friends
  • Beer - Great Divide Brewing
  • Snow cones, lemonade and more - Backyard Soda Company
  • Ice Cream - Little Man Ice Cream

Come with a bit of a competitive spirit, as we’ve got some amazing prizes to give throughout the day from our many partners:

  • Fitness gear
  • Eldorado Springs Pool passes
  • Free classes at local gyms
  • Gift cards to local stores
  • and much more!

What To Bring

  • A yoga mat (if you’re participating in morning yoga, that is)
  • A water bottle (please help us cut down on the trash we produce at this event and bring a refillable water bottle - we’ll have plenty of H2O from our friends at Eldorado)
  • Sunscreen/a hat/etc. (it is summer in Colorado, after all. That sun can be no joke!)
  • A picnic blanket/folding chair (we’ll have some on site but feel free to bring extra if you so desire!)
  • A FRIEND! There’s still time to register online, and walk ups are welcome, too. So bring a friend, a partner, a neighbor - whoever! Let’s create community and show solidarity with our refugee neighbors together!

What Not To Bring

  • Your furry friends (unfortunately no animals are allowed on this historic property)
  • Valuables (bring a credit card or some cash for extra goodies, but leave behind other valuables you might not need)
  • Your printed ticket (We can check you in with just your name - let's save a tree!)

There is limited parking on the farm and we’ll be using that space for our various activities. There is ample free parking at the Aurora Municipal Center across the street from DeLaney (15151 E Alameda Pkwy, Aurora, CO 80012). Although the address reads as Alameda Pkwy, if you enter via the Chambers St. entrance and park in the surface lot, you will be closest to the farm. To reach the event site you will cross Chambers. Allow about 10 min to park and walk up to the farm! There will be volunteers and signage to guide you!

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"Spiritual Leadership - As a Lifestyle" Common Pursuit Event
4:30 PM16:30

"Spiritual Leadership - As a Lifestyle" Common Pursuit Event

Have you ever wrestled with:

  • Whether spiritual leadership is even possible in a secularized workplace culture?
  • What it looks like to be led by God’s Spirit in a business/ministry or other marketplace environment?
  • What the risks and rewards are for modeling and developing spiritual leadership in others?

Then you won’t want to miss this rare opportunity to join in the discovery & discussion with Rick and leaders from throughout Northern Colorado!

More About Betenbough Homes & Their Spiritual Impact

In 2017 Betenbough Homes was ranked as the #1 home builder in western Texas and among the top 100 in the nation, with annual revenues around 160 million.

Perhaps even more noteworthy is the significant care and ministry programs the Betenboughs have developed for their team members and broader community that has transformed countless lives.

Their spiritual leadership caught notice of other national church and business leaders and was highlighted at the 2016 Global Leadership Summit, hosted by the Willow Creek Association, where the following “Grander Vision” was shown to over 250,000 leaders around the world.


Needless to say Rick is a credible follower of Christ, a proven spiritual leader, and accomplished leader in business.

More About Rick & Holly

Rick began as the co-founder of Betenbough Homes in 1992, Rick’s vision was to use fanatical cost control and “out-of-the-box” organizational systems to become the price leader for new brick homes in Lubbock, TX. He has matured a management and production system that combines quality and cost control through disciplined planning, negotiating and supervising.

For 24 years, Rick served as President of Betenbough Homes, having built nearly 7,000 homes for West Texas families. Early in 2016, he felt led to step aside from that role, allowing new leadership to continue to grow and lead the company and its employees.

Rick now serves as CEO of Cornerstone Business Holdings, the parent company of Betenbough Homes, where he pursues his passion for the advancement of God’s Kingdom in and through the marketplace.

Rick has a passion to mentor other kingdom-minded leaders and entrepreneurs, and walks his daily journey beside his loving wife, and childhood sweetheart, Holly. Together they have raised two children – James and Shannon.

Holly served as Ministry Director for Betenbough Homes for 12 years after having previously volunteered on the ministry team for 6 years.  In 2016, she joined the Cornerstone Business Holdings Board of Directors, where she focuses on researching, investing and enhancing marketplace ministry outreach and development. Holly loves being with her family, walking outdoors, and learning new things about God. An alumna of Texas Tech University, she holds a bachelor of science in child development and family studies.

Register with Kingdom Way Ministries - $25.00

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Colorado Prayer Luncheon
11:00 AM11:00

Colorado Prayer Luncheon

Historically the leadership of our Nation has turned to Almighty God for strength and guidance.

In this spirit, the United States Senate and the House of Representatives Breakfast Groups, which meet to deepen friendships, to pray and counsel together, inaugurated the National Prayer Breakfast to specifically seek the Lord's guidance and strength as well as to affirm our faith and to renew the dedication of our Nation and ourselves to God and His purposes. The Colorado Prayer Luncheon follows in this historical tradition.

For information on the luncheon or purchasing tickets please contact: 
Willie Ripple, CSEP, 720-201-2263 •

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PLACE Bridge Academy
4:00 PM16:00

PLACE Bridge Academy

Your are invited to the Place Bridge Academy 2018 International Night.

This is a wonderful opportunity to come out and celebrate, tour many different countries, and learn about the many diverse cultures that exist at PBA all in one night. 

PBA is in desperate need of volunteers this night to help with setup before the event, during the event, and tie down after the event. Please let them know if you are able to help!

Email: Nwokeukwu, Akudo at


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Sewall Childrens Development Center
9:00 AM09:00

Sewall Childrens Development Center

Get your gloves on and come volunteer with us! 

Project Background:

At Sewall, a child's work is their play. Kids with all kinds of needs naturally look for answers to mysteries and challenges. Sewall wants to harness this wonder and build opportunities to further their students' desire to explore.

Our efforts will enable children with special needs to better play, learn, and grow.

Project Objectives:

Our focus will be to enhance the toddler playground at Sewall's main campus in the Congress Park neighborhood.

Sewall wants to add...

  • Natural Elements
  • Climbing Activities (toddler-sized, of course)
  • Sound/musical elements
  • Tunnels

(Register your spot on the link below) 

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