• Dr. Mike Routt


Thank you so much, Redemption Hill Church family and friends, for praying for our meeting with the city this afternoon! Your praying made a difference!

Ross Jagers, Tony Gordon and I met via Microsoft Teams with city officials in regard to the demands the city was making concerning our future campus at the corner of Marksheffel and Bradley Roads. I shared the specifics with you in a previous blog.

Tony Gordon, our builder, was very apprehensive about the meeting, having met previously with city officials, and seeing no movement from the city toward working with us to ease some of their demands. But, in today's meeting, city officials did an "about-face," and declared they wanted to work with us to get this project completed. They pledged to meet together in the near future to draft a proposal that will give us some "relief" in regard to their demands. We are still looking at additional dollars added to our project costs, but hopefully those costs will be managable.

Please continue to pray for this process!

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