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New Denver Church is a non-denominational Christian church located in south-central Denver, Colorado. Our mission is to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.

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New Denver Church is a non-denominational Christian church located in south-central Denver, Colorado. Our mission is to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.

    Lent In The Ordinary – Second Sunday (Norton Herbst)

    Lent In The Ordinary – Second Sunday (Norton Herbst)

    These are extraordinary times. But God often meets us in the most ordinary of ways. Join us for our series Lent in the Ordinary.

    • 30 min
    Lent In The Ordinary – First Sunday (Stephen Redden)

    Lent In The Ordinary – First Sunday (Stephen Redden)

    These are extraordinary times. But God often meets us in the most ordinary of ways. Join us for our series Lent in the Ordinary.

    • 30 min
    Lent In The Ordinary – Introduction (Norton Herbst)

    Lent In The Ordinary – Introduction (Norton Herbst)

    These are extraordinary times. But God often meets us in the most ordinary of ways. Join us for our series Lent in the Ordinary.

    • 29 min
    The Five Love Languages – Part 6 (Emily Schulz)

    The Five Love Languages – Part 6 (Emily Schulz)

    The Five Love Languages are a tool to help us discover how we best receive love as well as how we can better love all of the most important people in our lives. Join us in our six-week “love language experiment” to reset our relationships and kick off 2021 with intentionality!



    Discussion Questions for The Five Love Languages Pt6 | February 7, 2021



    Check in on how the week is going. Does anyone have a celebration to share from the past week - a way they can brag on their spouse for something they did that made you feel loved? (If your spouse has already completed their act of service for you, you can brag on them for that!)

    If anyone in the group has Acts of Service as their primary love language, ask them to share a little about what that is like for them. Ask a question such as, “What resonates with you when we talk about acts of service as an expression of love?” Allow group members to ask them questions as well in order to gain a little more insight from their perspective.=

    What stood out to you from the sermon? Did you hear any ideas that were new? Encouraging? Challenging?

    How freely do you express acts of service to others?

    Think of a memorable time someone served you. What makes that act of service stand out in your mind?

    What were the most helpful concepts or takeaways for you from this series?

    What did you learn about yourself in this series? About your spouse?

    Which love language experiment challenge was the most stretching for you? Which was your favorite? 

    What’s one way you will continue to speak your spouse’s primary love language to them? 



    *Did you know you can subscribe to love language emails (at 5lovelanguages.com/subscribe) for practical tips, links to articles & blogs, etc.??? (It’s a great way to keep these concepts in front of you so it’s not something you learn once and then forget or stop using!)

    Love Language Experiment Reminders:



    If you haven’t already, set a goal on your Love Nudge app for this week. Remember, the challenge was to ask your spouse, “What’s one thing I can do for you this week to help lift your load?” and to follow through and do it. 

    Keep tracking your love tank on the app and discussing it daily with your spouse.

    • 33 min
    The Five Love Languages – Part 5 (Emily Schulz)

    The Five Love Languages – Part 5 (Emily Schulz)

    The Five Love Languages are a tool to help us discover how we best receive love as well as how we can better love all of the most important people in our lives. Join us in our six-week “love language experiment” to reset our relationships and kick off 2021 with intentionality!



    Discussion Questions for The Five Love Languages Pt5 | January 31, 2021



    Check in on how the week is going. Does anyone have a celebration to share from the past week - a way they can brag on their spouse for something they did that made you feel loved?

    Did your spouse give you any words of affirmation this week that meant a lot to you?

    If anyone in the group has Physical Touch as their primary love language, ask them to share a little about what that is like for them. Ask a question such as, “What resonates with you when we talk about using touch as an expression of love?” Allow group members to ask them questions as well in order to gain a little more insight from their perspective.

    What stood out to you from the sermon? Did you hear any ideas that were new? Encouraging? Challenging?

    To what degree did your parents speak the love language of physical touch to you? To each other?

    Does the love language of touch come easily to you, or is it something you have to work at? 

    Do you feel comfortable with public displays of affection with your spouse? Does your spouse feel the same?

    What types of (non-sexual) physical touch do you best enjoy? What kinds of (non-sexual) touches make you feel uncomfortable?

    Do you know what types of physical touches your spouse prefers? Do you check in on this regularly to see if there is anything they would have you add or tweak?



    Love Language Experiment Reminders:



    If you haven’t already, set a goal on your Love Nudge app for this week. Remember, the challenge was to give your spouse a warm, affectionate touch every day this week. 

    Keep tracking your love tank on the app and discussing it daily with your spouse.

    • 23 min
    The Five Love Languages – Part 4 (Scott Harrison)

    The Five Love Languages – Part 4 (Scott Harrison)

    The Five Love Languages are a tool to help us discover how we best receive love as well as how we can better love all of the most important people in our lives. Join us in our six-week “love language experiment” to reset our relationships and kick off 2021 with intentionality!



    Discussion Questions for The Five Love Languages Pt4 | January 24, 2021



    Check in on how the week is going. Does anyone have a celebration to share from the past week - a way they can brag on their spouse for something they did that made you feel loved?? How is it going tracking your love tank and talking about it each day? 

    Tell us how your quality time went! What activities did you do? Did your spouse come up with a really good question to ask you that you’d like to share? Were you surprised by any of your spouse’s answers/did you learn anything new about your spouse?

    If anyone in the group has Words of Affirmation as their primary love language, ask them to share a little about what that is like for them. Ask a question such as, “What resonates with you when we talk about using words as an expression of love?” Allow group members to ask them questions as well in order to gain a little more insight from their perspective.

    What stood out to you from the sermon? Did you hear any ideas that were new? Encouraging? Challenging?

    Does anyone know how to say, “I love you,” in any language other than English?

    What are a couple of differences in a sincere compliment and empty flattery?

    Can anyone recall a compliment they received more than ten years ago? If so, why do you think you still remember it?



    Love Language Experiment Reminders:



    If you haven’t already, set a goal on your Love Nudge app for this week. Remember, the challenge was to give a compliment (words of affirmation, encouragement, kindness) to one person every day during this week. 

    Keep tracking your love tank on the app and discussing it daily with your spouse.

    • 30 min

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I love New Denver Church. It is such a loving and close community. Leading people in a relationship with Jesus Christ. Even if you aren't able to visit the church, listen, the pastors are very gifted at teaching.

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