LOUISVILLE, Colo. (CBS4) – Easter Sunday gave the members of Ascent Community Church in Louisville an opportunity to start anew.
“That’s the hope that we need right now. That’s the victory that a lot of us need,” said Lead Pastor Bill Stephens in his sermon.
The lead pastor is one of 26 families at that church who lost just about everything in the Marshall Fire. Hundreds of other church members were displaced.
“I never would have thought that that would happen. Of course we didn’t but it did,” said Stephens.
He says that even though the flames were extinguished months ago, it’s still a daily struggle to return to normalcy for the community.
“People in our community are still tired and like I said in the sermon they feel a bit buried by…
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