Narrow Gate - A Quality Inspirational Program from Crosswalk Fellowship

Wednesdays, at Glenmoor Country Club.
Lunch served at 11:30am for $15.

Speaker/Leadership Team:
Bo Mitchell
Bo has co-founded Cherry Hills Community Church, The Sky's the Limit Inner-City Camp, and Providence Network. He is also the Founder and Chairman of Crosswalk Fellowship.

Chuck King
Chuck is the Dean Emeritus of the School of Business and Leadership at Colorado Christian University. He is also a practicing lawyer and former FBI Agent.

Bob Beltz
Bob is the Senior Pastor at Highline Community Church, co-founder of Cherry Hills Community Church, a teacher, an author, ftlrnmaker, theologian and church-planter.

Luis Villarreal
Luis is the Founder and Executive Director for Save Our Youth, an organization that transforms the lives of at-risk youth through mentor relationships.

Biff Gore
Biff heads up the Living Waters Transplant Foundation as well as being the Worship Arts Director and Associate Pastor at Highline CC.

For more information:
Contact Mark Klibbe
[email protected]
Men's Weekly Bible Study
Teeing off each week will be a challenging talk by one of the members of our leadership team. Periodically, we hear from special guest speakers.

UPCOMING SPEAKERS

November 29, 2017  Bryan Sederwall 
December 6, 2017  Bo Mitchell 
December 13, 2017  Pastors Luncheon 


Watch Past Talks

Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.   Matthew 7:13-14


Narrow Gate is a comfortable place for men to come together as friends, to learn more about Christ through sound Biblical teaching, and to share thoughts and experiences with each other.

Our hope is that the men in our group leave with a strong sense that their problems are not unique to them, and that they have other men in their lives available to help and encourage them.

It's also a place to laugh, relax, and get away from the requests and demands the world places on all of us far too often.

— Bo Mitchell