Skull Church

“Carrying the cross by himself, he went to the place called Place of the Skull. There they nailed him to the cross.” John 19:17-18 (NLT)

It has been 6 weeks since we shut down the weekly skull church service. In that time we have rebooted, retooled, ramped up, prayed fervently, upgraded, expanded our vision, and put in hundreds and hundreds of hours preparing for tonight and the new format of skull church events that will follow. You are not going to want to miss it. Even if you don’t live in Montana you can join in on what is happening online. Starting at 7pm MST make your way to for an HD webcast. We have also made some changes to the online experience that will hopefully make you feel like you are with us inside the Liberty theatre.

I pray that many people will use the webcast as an evangelistic tool. Every single week we see people respond to the gospel while watching online or listening on the radio and we are so grateful to see God move in people’s lives through the technological loaves and fishes we are offering Him. Would you take a moment and pray about who in your life needs to hear what Christ did for them on the cross? It doesn’t matter where they live either. You can go to and click the “invite a friend” tab to let them know about the webcast. (They can even view the live stream on an iPod, iPhone, or iPad!)

Would you also post a link to the webcast on your facebook or twitter, as it starts, inviting your friends to watch? How rad would it be to have some fb friend or twitter peep have their life rocked for eternity because of a status update?!

And finally, would you pray? Pray that God would move in power, that he would draw people to Himself, and that many would respond to the gospel. There will be music by the skull church band, a performance by a guest artist and I will be giving a message called Radical Change on the conversion of Saul of Tarsus. An event that Warren Wiersbe called, “The greatest event in church history after the coming of the Spirit at Pentecost.” His story shows that no one is so far from God that He can’t forgive them and use them.