May Newsletter 2018

Prayer Garden News - May, 2018

Dear Friends of Gateway,

“Sing to the Lord, for He has done excellent things, let this be known in all the earth.” Isaiah 12:5

This verse has become a reality in another part of the world !  That place is the Fountain Creek Prayer Trail at the Gateway Prayer Garden.

On Pentecost Sunday the Fountain Creek Prayer Trail was inaugurated . . .

After many weekends of volunteers helping clean up the debris, dead wood and brush, low hanging branches, Seven Clearings were walked and prayed upon.  You can now come and experience it for yourself any time of the day!

       Fountain Creek Prayer Trail is now Open !

The Gateway Prayer Garden needs Men (and Women) of God to come for 3-4 hours to help remove dead wood and low-lying branches on any one of the following Saturdays at 0900.

(Coffee and Donuts provided)

April 7, 21, and May 5.  [April 21st doubles as “Great American Cleanup Day”)

Sign up on-line at or call Darrell Couch for further details at 719-330-0477.  Church and organizational groups are welcome.  Many hands make light work !

The Sculpture Continues its Journey among Fountain Valley Churches . . .

What began the first week of January continues unabated with the Fisher of Men™ visiting the entryways of multiple churches in the Fountain Valley. 

Celebration in May Including Inauguration of Fountain Creek Prayer Trail . . .

In May, a celebration of the 70th anniversary of the modern state of Israel will occur and current plans are underway to inaugurate the GPG Prayer Trail as well.  More details to follow . . .

Thank you for your prayers!

Mark Spengler, Project Facilitator

The next newsletter will share exciting testimonies of happenings at the Prayer Garden !


March Newsletter 2018

Prayer Garden News

March, 2018

Dear Friends of Gateway,

Finally, an answer has come regarding our zoning . . . !

Thank you for your prayers which have resulted in “preliminary approval” for the designation of GPG as a “Park”. This is a huge answer for the Prayer Garden and once city officials finalize the steps required to conform to their definition of a park, physical changes and operation of machinery can occur. Indications were given a formal letter would be sent in the next 1-2 weeks.


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