SMALL CHURCH, BIG FAMILY.

Loving God & Everybody in Fort Collins Since 2015

WELCOME TO GOSPEL LIFE!

We are thrilled you’ve decided to come visit with us! We’re a small, Baptist church right in the heart of Fort Collins, dedicated to doing life together and making more and better followers of Jesus.

Every week we gather in Boltz Middle School (at 10:30AM for our Sunday service) and in each other’s homes to live out the hope, the truth, and the love of the Gospel in the mess of real life.

We welcome all with open arms, as we all walk forward together toward Jesus.
What does this mean for you? Most importantly, you’re always welcome at Gospel Life Church. We’re saving a seat for you! Wherever you are at in your faith journey, you’ll always be welcomed at Gospel Life!

If you’re brand new and looking for some next steps, click here! Or if you’d like to learn more about our beliefs as a church, click here! Heck, if you want to test drive a service, we’ve got that too!

And after all that, if you’re ready to come pay us a visit, we’ll roll out the red carpet for you. Just claim your free welcome package and pick a day.

Our whole church really means it when we say – we seriously can’t wait to meet you.

– Gospel Life Church

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Hope. Truth. Love.

ABOUT GLC

Who we are, where we come from, and where we’re headed.

OUR LATEST MESSAGES

Currently in First Corinthians

What Are Your Idols?

1 Corinthians 10:1-22 Paul is very clear that the Christian life has purpose and we must run to win (accomplish that purpose.) He is also clear that running the race is not easy. At this point, many of us get discouraged...

What Are Your Idols?

1 Corinthians 10:1-22

Paul is very clear that the Christian life has purpose and we must run to win (accomplish that purpose.) He is also clear that running the race is not easy. At this point, many of us get discouraged because we know that we are short on the self-discipline needed to run this incredible race.

The race includes giving up personal rights in order to build up someone else, chapter 8. Looking out for others so that they don’t stumble and fall in their Christian life, treating them like Christ, Himself, because sinning against them is sinning against Christ. (jarring statement, 8:12)

Paul devotes chapter 9 to demonstrate the extent to which he is willing to go in order not to hinder the gospel. He emphasizes that he was willing to give up rights that were undeniably his, in order to not hinder the gospel. He stresses that to be an Olympian you must act and train like one, and similarly to be a winning Christian you must take it very seriously, strictly disciplining yourself.

Now in chapter 10, Paul briefly moves from our responsibility to others to our own personal responsibility. There is a very real possibility that we could “fall from grace” (relying on our works) or use our “liberty as an opportunity for the flesh,” Gal 5:4,13. In this passage, Paul is concerned that the Corinthians were doing the second, somehow feeling insulated from the real dangers of the enemy and trying to fellowship with Christ while at the same time still holding on to idols.

What are you or who are you elevating above Jesus, sacrificing for them and sharing in what they can give rather than wholly trusting in Jesus?