Contact Ted Haggard
Contact Ted Haggard
PO Box 62474
Colorado Springs, CO 80962
Saint James Church Meets Sundays @ 10:00 am
4615 Northpark Drive
Colorado Springs, CO
Saint James is located near the intersection of I-25 and Garden of the Gods road.
The Pastor's Pen Official Blog of Ted Haggard
Change Is Inevitable; Improvement Optional
by tedhaggardblog on November 16, 2018 at 12:49 am
Change might improve our lives, or make them worse. For us to think change is always good is a major misunderstanding. So if we vote for change, we might not get the results we envision. […]
Elections and Wisdom in Our Great Country
by tedhaggardblog on November 7, 2018 at 2:42 pm
Though some elections go my way and others don’t, I have learned that as long as they are free and fair, the right person ends up in the right place most of the time. And when we elect the wrong person, our constitutional system of checks and balances works just fine. […]
How Much Are You Worth?
by tedhaggardblog on November 1, 2018 at 2:03 pm
The development of self-driving vehicles has required that we write algorithms to determine who will be protected in an accident: Humans over animals? Young people over the elderly? Females over males? Pedestrians over passengers? It makes us question: what are we worth? […]
Is Water Baptism Relevant to Your Eternal Life?
by tedhaggardblog on October 25, 2018 at 3:47 pm
John the Baptist was saying that we all need to turn from the evil that is within us and seek God’s goodness in order for our own hearts to be transformed. Our human goodness is insufficient, even if we express our goodness by trying to please God. As every student of history knows, human attempts at goodness in the name of God often result in horrific tragedy. […]
Will Only Those “In Christ” Be Resurrected?
by tedhaggardblog on October 17, 2018 at 10:39 pm
We human beings never cease to exist. Instead, we all will continue exist past our initial death, so we should understand that the quality of our everlasting life will be decided according to our actions that reflect our relationship with Christ or our actions that reflect no relationship with him. […]