Harvest Festival

Come one! Come all!  The SRCC Harvest Festival will be held on Friday, October 30th from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at Atlas Preparatory School.  All are invited to dress as their favorite movie character and come enjoy an evening of fun games, an entertaining production, food, a chili cook-off, and lots of CANDY.  It will only cost you a handshake and a smile to attend, so come out and have a great time!

Harvest Festival


6 PM to 9 PM Friday, October 31st, Solid Rock Christian Center presents a Free Christian Halloween Alternative. Solid Rock Christian Center annual Harvest Festival provides a safe, fun environment for families and children of all ages. Free and open to the public, everybody ís invited! Bring a friend! Contact us at 719-393-7625 with questions.

Pastor’s Appreciation Month!



We appreciate our Pastors at Solid Rock Christian Center!

Please come and celebrate with us for a special service.

You will be blessed! 

Sunday, October 26, 2014

10:00am – 11:30am

Solid Rock Christian Center 

4198 Center Park Dr, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80916


The Gift of Giving

Not every gift is of equal value. Not all seed is productive. God is not impressed by size but by sincerity. Scripture teaches us we should not give reluctantly, unwillingly or ungenerously. We also should not give with a greedy desire to have more. Additionally, the word instructs us not to give out of “necessity, imposed either by the circumstances, or by law of duty or requirement.” So, then how should we give? We should give to produce a productive seed. Most of us desire God to bless and multiply us financially, but we don’t sow a productive seed that will produce a harvest.

To produce a productive seed of giving our giving should be generous, plentiful, abundant, bountifully, epi eulogia, which implies “unto a blessing” or “consecration.” Why, because it activates the spiritual law and principle of sowing and reaping. Whatever you sow, that you will definitely reap! It’s a spiritual law established by God to provide order in the kingdom. Our giving should be done willingly, cheerfully happily, joyfully and gladly. It is an act of service and ministry, a service or ministry of the priests relative to the prayers and sacrifices offered to God. Our giving supplies the needs of God’s people and God’s work. It expresses our thanks to God. It glorifies God.

God’s promise of productivity is a generous, plentiful, abundant and productive return. He will give sufficiency “in all things at all times having all that you need….” a perfect condition of life in which no aid or support is needed, sufficiency of the necessities of life, a mind contented with its lot. God will supply seed, “minister bread.” He will be a chorus leader to procure and supply all things necessary to fit out a chorus. God will increase and multiply your seed. He will cause our harvest to grow, to increase and become greater. We will be richly furnished and provided for.

Begin looking at your tithes and offerings as an investment into God’s work and not as a bill that must be paid! It’s time for the Church to step out of the ordinary of the world and into the ordinary of Scriptures!

Pastors Ben and Wanda Anderson
March, 2014