You are invited to
The Road @ Chapel Hills

The Road is the road to Jesus. The Road @ Chapel Hills exists to build wholehearted disciples of Jesus. We worship, seek, love and live for … Jesus. He is the source of our love, power, forgiveness and purpose. He gives us life, produces fruit from our lives, leads and guides us.

Saint Irenaeus once said, “The glory of God is man fully alive.” The Jesus disciple is one whose heart is fully alive with the love and power of Christ. When Jesus touches us, we see where we once were blind, we walk where we once were lame, we hear where we once were deaf. Only when we choose to wholeheartedly follow Jesus do our hearts come alive.

Jesus said, “I came that they might have life, and have it abundantly.” That’s the offer to the Jesus disciple. Follow Christ and He promises an abundant, fruitful, joyful life. With a life full of freedom and wholeness, our heart fully comes alive.

Sunday Gathering
10:16 AM

2025 Parliament Dr.
Colorado Springs, CO 80920

People feel …

… weak, vulnerable and have hidden shame. We are hungry for love, acceptance, and forgiveness. People long for true friendships of authenticity and trust. We want to believe in a supernatural, powerful God and desire a family where others believe in us and love us. We want to make an impact and be impact players for Christ.

The invitation …

The greatest Man who ever lived gave us the greatest command ever given that we might live the greatest life ever offered.

Jesus said to him, “‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.’ This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like it: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ On these two commandments hang all the Law and the Prophets.” — Matthew 22:37–40

Wholehearted love is …

  • Learning to love God with all our heart (emotions), soul (identity), mind (vision), and strength (energy). This means loving Jesus even with the broken parts, the shameful parts, the beautiful parts, embracing it all.

  • Learning to love our neighbor to the extent that we love ourselves means to learn how to do little things with great love. It means getting over our own pain and shame to love others as Jesus did. It’s remembering what Mother Teresa said, “Not all of us can do great things. But all of us can do little things with great love.”

  • It is all about growing in our belovedness. Learning to believe and embrace what God says about us: You are beloved and well pleasing to Him.