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Preston Ulmer Reaches Unbelievers With the Doubter's Club

Preston Ulmer Reaches Unbelievers With the Doubter's Club

When Preston Ulmer set out for Colorado with missions on his heart, one of his first stops was at a coffee shop in Denver's Highlands neighborhood.

Quite randomly he asked the guy behind the counter, Trax, who happened to be the owner: "What kind of church would you want to go to?"

The owner laughed and said "Oh, I'm not religious" — he identifies as an atheist — but then said he would consider attending a church where people were not pushed away for asking questions and for believing different things, a place where they could actively engage their minds with pastors.

He added, "I think you should start such a church in this neighborhood."

Before Ulmer knew it, a deep friendship and pre-evangelistic space called "The Doubters Club" in a nearby coffee house was born.

Read more at http://www.christianpost.com/news/denver-pastor-starts-doubters-club-engage-skeptics-the-gospel-interview-166427/#PoApBdb02pxDzQ9I.99

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