Faith at Altitude

Religion and spirituality in the shadow of Pikes Peak

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Old Europe looks at New Life

A Gazette reporter here sent me a pretty interesting link to the Web site of a Belgian photographer. Johann Rousselot spent time at our city's largest church, the 14,000-member New Life Church, to examine the evangelical movement. He's thrown some of his shots together in a slide show.

He notes how young all these folks pictured are. It's like a faith-filled GAP ad.

He also has a slide show on a 25,000-member church in Kiev, Ukraine -- a church that New Life's pastor, Ted Haggard, has visited on occasion -- most recently this spring.


Blogger The Mama of the House said...

Wow. It really is like a Gap ad. I'd really like to think that grandmas and grandpas are harnessing in and teaching the younger generation but I don't think they could handle the music. Is it really a good thing to have so many youths and so few mature believers with strong theology?

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