Fall Summit 2018 – Leading With God’s Plan and Provision

Welcome to our Fall Training and Equipping Summit, 2018
Location:  Red Rocks Fellowship, Littleton
September 27

In Session 1 we will give attention to our ability to plan (Proverbs 16:1-9).  Good planning is a key component of good, responsible leadership; but do I simply assume that my plan is God’s plan?  As for my life and my ministry, do I want what God wants for me more than what I want for myself?  Do I make my plans with the desire that God’s plan will be accomplished?

In Session 2 we will explore what it takes to appropriate God’s perspective in the service we render and the leadership we provide (Proverbs 24:23-34).  The passage will guide us through God’s perspective on justice, priorities, retribution, and work—not a one of which is not part of everyday life in the church, especially in the life of one providing leadership.  Appropriating and living out God’s perspective in these four domains of life is critical to effective service and God-honoring leadership.

In Session 3 we will consider the challenge of being ever-mindful of God’s provision (Proverbs 30:1-9)—not only when things are going well, but when they are not.  In the closing session, we will focus on the sufficiency of God’s Word and the adequacy of God’s provision for effective, godly leadership.

Dr. Magary has served as an instructor in Bible at Trinity College and as a teaching assistant in Biblical Hebrew at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He also was a visiting instructor at Trinity for several years before assuming his present position. Along with his extensive experience as an educator, he has served in a variety of ministries, including the role of assistant pastor.

Awards, Affiliations, and Achievements

Dr. Magary’s areas of expertise include Hebrew, Old Testament, and computer applications for Old Testament studies. He is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, the Society of Biblical Literature, and the National Association of Professors of Hebrew.
Chair of the Old Testament and Semitic Languages Department
Professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages

2018 Fall Summit Brochure

Online Registration for this conference is now closed.


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Celebrate The Resurrection, Then Walk Where Jesus Walked

Celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord next Easter, then leave the following Sunday to walk the paths He walked and sail on the waters he traversed. Join me for this life changing experience as we tour Israel together. You will be joining some pastors and church leaders from the Rocky Mountain District.

My tours have a few features some other tours lack. As an experienced tour group leader, I am limiting the size of our group so I can have interaction with everyone on our tour, and so we will not be overcrowded as we visit each site in Israel. We will all be traveling on one coach, not multiple buses filled with scores of travelers. Each evening we will debrief with one another. Though we will see more than we are able to assimilate, covering all of Israel’s geography, we will stay in two centrally located four star hotels, so we are not moving every night to a new bedroom.

If you have never been to Israel, this tour will deepen and enrich your relationship with the Lord in a way you could never imagine. The dates are April 28 – May 7, 2019 and the cost is $3350 per person, double occupancy.

Click Here for the daily itinerary.

This event is completely booked, and we are not accepting any additional registrations.

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2018 Annual Report

Our 2018 Annual Report is now available and downloadable through this link: Annual Report

Our fiscal year is April through March

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Rocky Mountain District Women

Meet the new Women’s Ministry Team for the Rocky Mountain District by clicking on this link to their web page:

Rocky Mountain District Women

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2018 RMD Motor Cycle Road Trip

This is the group on Day 2 for our 1st Annual RMD Motor Cycle Tour.

July 9-12

Please Register

Join us for the entire trip, a couple of days, or meet us for lunch. Your choice.

Each participant is responsible to make their own motel reservations – suggestions are listed below. If you want to buddy up, let me know, and I will connect participants so room costs can be shared. If we get enough signed up I will check into group rates at the properties I have personally booked.

We will be touring the Southwestern region of the Rocky Mountain District, stopping and praying for several of our churches. The total mileage we expect to cover in the 4 days will be approximately 1400, with up to 8 hours of saddle time.

Please register at the bottom of this page if you plan on joining us. The registration has options to the number of days you will join us. No charge to register, it just gives me an idea of how to plan for the trip.

Day 1 –  Monday, July 9
Leave Monument, CO 7:45 AM
Highway 40 through Winter Park to Steamboat EFC
West and South to Cedaredge EFC
and ending in Delta, CO

440 Miles    8 Hours Saddle time    

There are multiple motels in Delta. I will be staying at the Days Inn

Day 2 – Tuesday, July 10
Grand Junction EFC, through Colorado National Monument
to Montrose EFC,  Ouray EFC
through Telluride to Grace in Cortez EFC
300 Miles    7 Hours Saddle Time 

I have a reservation at the Ute Mountain Resort in Towaoc, 10 miles south of Cortez

Day 3 – Wednesday, July 11
Grace in Pagosa Springs, 
through Northern New Mexico
to Salida, down the Arkansas river to Canon City EFC
415 Miles   7.5 hours Saddle Time

I have a reservation at the Hampton Inn

Day 4 – Thursday, July 12
The Pulse
in Florence, CO,
The 40
(Our Church Plant in Westcliffe),
Table Mountain in Rye, CO., Fountain of Life,
Grace Life Church, in Pueblo, CO.,
The Peak in Pueblo West, CO,

Various Churches in Colorado Springs as time allows.

225 Miles – 5 hours saddle time 

Please Register Here


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