Rock the Range: It’s a Wrap

By   •   August 29, 2011

Rocking Denver and Reaching the World
It’s likely, Denver and Milwaukee have never been associated with the “ends of the Earth.” But that was before the webcasting. The powerful move of God that took place over the past two weekends in these two metropolitan American cities doubled as the epicenter of a global outreach happening in all 24 time zones on the planet.

Over 20,000 Rock the Range
On a day where dark storm clouds surrounded Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, over 20,000 people came to Rock the Range Saturday, where they heard Flyleaf singer Lacey Sturm share her dark story about how Jesus saved her life, both figuratively and literally.

Counselors Have Rock the Range Covered
Caroline, Tim and Preston are three counselors who took three different paths to arrive at Dick’s Sporting Goods Stadium, but they all have one passion in common — sharing Christ this weekend at Rock the Range.

Denver Church Naming Names for the Gospel
Riverside Baptist pastor Jim Shaddix has his Denver church fully engaged in Operation Andrew and Rock the Range, with the congregation praying for the lost by name.

Praying to Move Mountains in Denver
The Denver area is known for its grand beauty of the mountains, but as people flock to the Mile High City for the creation, Rock the Range will tell them of their Creator.

‘The Afters’ Raring to Rock the Lakes, Range
Known best for their No. 1 smash hit “Light Up the Sky,” Josh Havens’ band went on quite a journey before deciding on the name “The Afters.” Next month, they’ll be part of an exciting lineup ready to Rock the Lakes and the Range.

FM419 Puts ‘Rock the Range’ on the Radar
After two days of high-energy, faith-sharing, text-giveaway FM419 training, Denver-area youth are ready to invite their friends to “Rock the Range” on Aug. 27 and 28.

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