Robby Pitt

The Peak Church, Colorado
Lead Church Planter
Louisville Colorado
The Peak Church
August 14
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About My Family

Kim and I were married December 1989. We have two daughters. Brecke (21) is a sophomore majoring in art/graphic design at the University of Oklahoma. Cassie (14) is a freshman at Burbank High School. I graduated Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.

I served three years as associate evangelism director for the Colorado Baptist General Convention. In 1993 we planted Daybreak Community Church in Ashburn, Va., a suburb of Washington D.C. In 1999 God called us to plant Daybreak Community Church in Burlington, Vt., and I served with the Baptist Convention of New England. In 2008 we replanted Fellowship of Burbank, and I served as a church planting catalyst for the California Southern Baptist Convention. In 2013, I became send city missionary for Los Angeles. In March 2018, God called us to start The Peak Church in Louisville, Colo.

About My Church Plant

Louisville (21,000) is culturally progressive, politically liberal, "spiritual" with a naturalistic worldview and somewhat hostile to indifferent toward biblical Christianity. It is one of the most highly educated cities in the U.S. with more than 70 percent obtaining a bachelor’s degree or higher and has one of the highest median family incomes in Colorado at $115K. Median age is 40. Residents value family, education, wellness, recreation, unity, diversity and nature.

From the outset, we are praying for a ripe harvest, receptive people, persons of peace/influence, a passionate love for God/people, local roots, showing/telling the Good News, modeling/teaching how to follow Jesus in real life and a growing group of Jesus followers and curious explorers to form The Peak Church. We plan to plant three additional churches in our county.

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Pray our team will have a heart that loves God and people. Pray our team will live with a strong dependence on our heavenly Father. Pray for a ripe harvest. Pray for receptive people. Pray for persons of peace and influence to join us. Pray for favor with the city of Louisville. Pray for more co-laborers. Pray for protection.


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