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Welcome to "Born for War," the weekly podcast of Pastor Steve Holt. He is Senior Pastor of The Road @ Chapel Hills, a church dedicated to empowering people to change the world.

Pastor Steve Holt's Blog: https://steveholtonline.org/
The Road: https://theroad.org

Born for War Podcast with Steve Holt The Road @ Chapel Hills

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Welcome to "Born for War," the weekly podcast of Pastor Steve Holt. He is Senior Pastor of The Road @ Chapel Hills, a church dedicated to empowering people to change the world.

Pastor Steve Holt's Blog: https://steveholtonline.org/
The Road: https://theroad.org

    A Kingdom of God Revolution in the Rockies Part II - A Kingdom of God Revolution in Colorado Springs

    A Kingdom of God Revolution in the Rockies Part II - A Kingdom of God Revolution in Colorado Springs

    Message from Steve Holt on 10/02/2022

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    A Kingdom of God Revolution in the Rockies - Part I - A Kingdom of God Revolution in Colorado Springs

    A Kingdom of God Revolution in the Rockies - Part I - A Kingdom of God Revolution in Colorado Springs

    Message from Steve Holt on 09/25/2022

    • 26 min
    Psalm 39 - Psalms: The Heartbeat of God

    Psalm 39 - Psalms: The Heartbeat of God

    Message from Kyle DiGiacomo on 09/18/2022

    • 35 min
    Psalm 8 | The Glory of God In Man - Psalms: The Heartbeat of God

    Psalm 8 | The Glory of God In Man - Psalms: The Heartbeat of God

    Message from Steve Holt on 09/11/2022

    • 35 min
    Psalm 19 - God's Self Revelation: Creation, Kingdom and Humanity - Psalms: The Heartbeat of God

    Psalm 19 - God's Self Revelation: Creation, Kingdom and Humanity - Psalms: The Heartbeat of God

    Message from Ryan Styre on 09/04/2022

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    Psalm 15 | Eight Marks of Integrity - Psalms: The Heartbeat of God

    Psalm 15 | Eight Marks of Integrity - Psalms: The Heartbeat of God

    This morning I want to open with one of the great and earliest creeds of The Church, The Apostles’ Creed.
    “The ecclesiastical use of Latin symbolum for "creed"—in the sense of "a distinctive mark of Christians," first occurs around the middle of the 3rd century, in the correspondence of St. Cyprian and St. Firmilian, the latter in particular speaking of the trinitarian formula as the "Symbol of the Trinity," and recognizing it as an integral part of the rite of baptism. The term Symbolum Apostolicum appears for the first time in a letter, probably written by Ambrose, from a Council in Milan to Pope Siricius in about AD 390. "Let them give credit to the Symbol of the Apostles. Ambrose's term is here referring to the Old Roman Creed, the immediate predecessor of what is now known as the Apostles' Creed. The narrative of this creed having been jointly created by the Apostles, with each of the twelve contributing one of twelve articles, was already current at that time.”

    Apostles’ Creed

    I believe in God, the Father Almighty,
    Creator of heaven and earth.
    I believe in Jesus Christ, His only Son, our Lord.
    He was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit
    and born of the virgin Mary.
    He suffered under Pontius Pilate,
    was crucified, died, and was buried.
    He descended to the dead.
    On the third day, He rose again.
    He ascended into heaven,
    and is seated at the right hand of the Father.
    He will come again to judge the living and the dead.
    I believe in the Holy Spirit,
    the holy catholic Church,
    the communion of the saints,
    the forgiveness of sins,
    the resurrection of the body,
    and the life everlasting. Amen.


    Eight Marks of Integrity
    Psalm 15

    Psalm 15 is quite short, only 5 verses, but it is power packed with foundational truth. David had been around many people; he warred and worked with so many different types of people. And in our Psalm, he is giving us “the marks of integrity,” what he has seen as the characteristics of a man, a woman of integrity.

    • Many people call themselves “Christians,” and many people in America “go to church;” but whom are those we can truly trust?

    • How can we tell those who use the name Christian and those who are truly Christ disciples?

    • How can we know those who go to church and those who are the church?

    • In business, whom do you trust? What kind of people do you need to be looking for?

    • What kind of friends should you keep? We all know that people you hang out with define your life.

    • In a recent study, they found that you can determine within 80% accuracy a person’s success by looking at the success of the people they consider friends.

    • If I were looking for the best check list for staff and leadership at The Road, I would be hard pressed to find a better list than Psalm 15.

    Verse 1

    • David is not asking the question of whom he can hang out with, but whom, what kind of person, can God hang with? Who can dwell in God’s presence? Who is it that can enjoy God’s friendship? Who can be around God, and God wants to be around them?
    • This is the question: with what kind of person does God like to have a friendship?

    Psalm 5:4-7
    “For You are not a God who takes pleasure in wickedness,
    Nor shall evil dwell with You.
    The boastful shall not stand in Your sight;
    You hate all workers of iniquity.
    You shall destroy those who speak falsehood;
    The Lord abhors the bloodthirsty and deceitful man.
    But as for me, I will come into Your house in the multitude of Your mercy;
    In fear of You I will worship toward Your holy temple.”

    Verse 2a

    • God is looking for men and women, “who walk uprightly” in their affairs.

    New American Standard: “who walks with integrity”
    English Standard Version: “blamelessly”

    o Integrity doesn’t mean sinless, but it does describe a Jesus follower who “sins less.”

    o It has the meaning of wholeness, completeness, sound.

    Cambridge English Dictionary: Integrity is the quality of being honest an

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Fear of God over Man

I recently discovered The Road Church and from the first sermon I listened to, my spirit was shouting “Hallelujah!” Pastor Steve flows with the Spirit of God and understands the times and seasons. He carries the fear of God and is not afraid to preach the truth! Isn’t that what we all are hungry for! As I’ve listened I’ve made a list of all the things I appreciate about this church. I can’t wait to be apart of this body in person soon!

Understands the times and seasons
Addresses what's going on in the world and the political realm
Talks about our role and raises up the army
Didn't close it’s doors when the church needed it most
Teaches on the baptism of the Holy Spirit
Taught on each person being anointed in the marketplace
Altar calls offering a response after each service
Powerful, biblical teaching
Training The Church how to vote their values
Humility and transparency
Charismatic, Spirit-led
Biblically sound
Dreams, visions, prophecy
Understands the power of decree and our words
Encourages notes and application/response
Taught on the authority of the believer
Vision and plan to create house churches to be ready for persecution
Mission to impact the 7 mountains
He knows there's a shift happening, a reset
He knows revival is coming.
A room for 24/7 prayer!!!
Making Disciples
Fear of God over fear of man - NOT AFRAID TO OFFEND or to have people leave
I love that they begin and end with worship
Amazing vision for equipping the church with the correct worldview. Many in secular education especially need this.
Understands that Christians can be demonized
Has cast demons out of people
Has operated in healing
Understands the double anointing on the next generation (even kids).
He understands brokenness, humility
He hears the voice of God and teaches others to do the same.

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