CAC 2018 Vision: Belong To Become

Open arms. Open hands. Open hearts. CAC represents Jesus Christ to the Denver metro area by being inclusive of all walks of life. We carry out Jesus’ own words, “come unto me, all…” Just like Jesus, we welcome all to BELONG (Matt. 11:28).

Further, Jesus makes it clear that all who come to him he will hold onto and he promises not to let go!

He wants us so badly that he takes the first step. His birth, his broken body, his blood, his burial all form the divine currency to buy humanity back to himself. He only asks for one simple but profound response in return: BELIEVE (John 6:37; Hebrews 10:9,19-20; John 7:38-39).

All who sincerely believe receive God’s own authority to enter into an eternal personal relationship with Him. Once outsiders, we have now become insiders in God’s family!

First, we Belong. Discipleship teaches us to Believe. But now, most amazingly, we can BECOME his children by a brand new birth of water and Spirit! (Matthew 28:19-20; John 1:12-13; John 3:3,5).


Missions Expedition Day 4

Above: The newly baptized Burmese church leaders. Praise the Lord! (The lady next to Sis. LaRonda walked 3 days and rode a bus for 2 days to commute from her village to hear the Acts 2:38 gospel and to be baptized in Jesus Name! She’s providing interim pastoral leadership while they pray for a pastor. Her name is Sis. Ruth

Above: Handmade clothing given to Sis. LaRonda & I. Personally made by Sis. Esther.

Teaching the glorious gospel of Acts 2:38 (in local customary clothing called a “longi.”)

CAC Myanmar Ribbon-cutting Ceremony

June 9, 2017, we were called upon to re-baptize Rev. Samuel Naing, upon hearing the truth of Acts 2:38 during his visit to Denver.

From the moment he came out of the water of baptism, he wanted to know more about this Bible doctrine. He was particularly fascinated with the truth he had never before seen in Matthew 28:19, that Jesus commanded baptism “in His Name.” Immediately after he departed Denver, preaching his revelation of Jesus-name, our new Burmese pastor friend expressed a deep desire to found a new church in his home city, Yangon.

Today, November 5, 2017, is the day that finds my wife and I in Myanmar (local name for Burma), about to attend the service where we’ll participate in the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Pictures will be added this blog post as the day allows. (I have made this blog private for friends and CAC Denver only so that we keep the news among a tighter circle while it is unfolding in the field).

Please send prayers!

Here’s the banner graphic for the new church:

The baptism that started it all:

Left to right, Rev. Samuel & Esther Naing, my lovely bride and I, Rev. Elvis Buai, Bishop Ral Buai, & Burma UPC General Superintendent, Rev. Pa Mang:

In a small, crowded house, alongside this busy street in Yangon….

….awaits a happy group, filled with Holy Ghost anticipation. We enter and cut the ribbon…

…then unveil the new banner with the new name given to a small network of churches who are just becoming aware of the truth of Jesus’ Name baptism…

Hunger is gripping the hearts of these sincere and ready precious people. We had powerful prayer and the Spirit of God visited the room. Many are so excited to be baptized in Jesus’ Name. Next chapter…. we’ll proceed with “showing the way of the Lord more perfectly” in in-depth Bible studies with House church leaders. So far, there are 6 house churches, totally the potential of 120 new souls for Acts 2:38 salvation! At least 16 have been baptized since Brother Samuel’s return from Denver. Please keep the prayers coming for the next two days to be effective in teaching and preaching.

(Photos courtesy of LaRonda Haymon)

God’s Work at CAC the Week of October 15, 2017

GreatCommissionImage_WorldArrowMatthew 28:19-20 (NIV)
19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
Mark 16:15 (KJV)
15 And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.

[Long blog alert! Get settled in for a long but important read.]

Here are just a few highlights of how your church, Calvary Apostolic Church of Denver, is making a worldwide impact. We give God all the glory!

On our home front:

– Our weekly Pakistani Bible study continues to grow. Just this week we were able to have lunch with a professed atheist who we were introduced to through Brother Errol Roy. Conversations centered in scripture were sustained the rest of the day!

– Our first Spanish Bible study took place last Saturday, and hosted approximately 14 participants. We appreciate the ministry leadership of Bro. Chris and Sis. Lindsay McHugh in this exciting ministry. Incidentally, we are currently implementing wireless Spanish translation for every worship service at CAC. Please invite your guests who are Spanish-speaking to come and participate, hearing the entirety of our worship services translated into their language!

– We have made brand new friends and contacts by visiting several Denver area hospitals.

– Glenwood Springs vicinity church plant is forging ahead. Saturday, October 21, I will accompany a team of CAC ministers to Gypsum, CO where we will meet, pray, and collaborate with local apostolic saints and ministry in preparation for a new church plant. We are seeking God‘s perfect plan to reach the vast harvest of souls who at present have no Apostolic community to encourage and support them along the I-70 Corridor.

– Keep in mind, for the month of November 2017, we will be focused on helping all of those in need in our local church community through various ways of giving. The theme is, “Generous Living.” Look for detailed emails soon to come.

– While we are away in Myanmar (Burma), November 1-9, CAC Denver will be blessed to hear the Word proclaimed in person by our missionary to Roatan, Rev. Steven Jones. You will see pictures of the brand new church facility that is being built there and the many souls being saved. We give thanks to you as a congregation for your continued generous giving. Come with excitement to hear of the great things God is doing in Honduras and bring an offering to help further this exciting and progressive work. **All Hope Corps alumni who have traveled to Roatan, please arrive to church Sunday morning, November 5, wearing your blue shirts for a group photo with Rev. Jones.**

– Finally, I would like to share our vision for Myanmar (Burma) and entreat you to join us in prayer and fasting for our first visit among the hungry souls in that part of the world. Remember the time difference is 12 1/2 hours later in the day but your prayers will be heard and answered as you pray for our safety, witness, and influence upon a burgeoning outreach opportunity.

– Pastor Haymon’s testimony and vision for a fruitful and harmonious visit to Yangon, Myanmar:

In June 2017, a denominational Burmese Pastor/Evangelist received revelation of baptism in Jesus name at Calvary Apostolic Church of Denver. His name is Samuel Naing Mana. The moment he was baptized biblically, he began preaching Jesus Name baptism the remainder of his tour among Burmese churches throughout the United States. When he returned home to Yangon, he began teaching and preaching Acts 2:38 and the revelation of God in Christ.

Since his return home, he has enthusiastically sent request after request for us to come there locally to teach Bible truth to his network of pastors and to establish a Calvary Apostolic Church of Myanmar (Burma’s new national name). By God’s grace, and a series of miraculous events, we have made acquaintance with the Myanmar United Pentecostal Church’s founder’s son, Bro. Elvis Buai, a UPCI evangelist who currently lives in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. He will be returning to make his permanent home in Yangon in March of 2018. He is answering a call from God to provide ministry and leadership in that part of the world. Lo and behold, he is available and will be our tour guide to Myanmar on November 1, 2017!

A brief outline of our expected plans for the trip:

Thursday, November 2, we arrive. Friday, November 3, we join for a meal with the local UPC Elder, Bishop Ral Buai, who has established some 209 churches in Myanmar in the last 52 years! What a legacy. We plan to discuss and preview events we expect to unfold along with times and locations. (I have been honored with an invitation to preach at the main service of the headquarters church in Yangon on Sunday morning, November 5).

Later that day, we meet with Bro. Samuel Mana. We will discuss the following plan for establishing deeper doctrinal understandings and providing solid ground for future fellowship and instruction. Among the highest priorities of the trip is providing the critical point of contact, association, and harmony between he and his network and the established UPC apostolic churches in Myanmar.

On Sunday, at 3:30 PM, I will host a special service for Bro. Samuel at his home church. At that time, by request, we officially plan to found and establish the Calvary Apostolic Church of Myanmar. I will also endeavor to deliver the majesty and essentiality of Jesus’ Name baptism to that new church.

Monday, November 6, at 5:00 PM we will meet at the home location of the newly founded church for more doctrine and Bible Study.

On Tuesday, November 7, I will invite the leadership from Brother Samuel’s group to the headquarters church to meet Bishop Buai and have a final on-site Bible study. I would hope that it will culminate in baptisms right there at the UPC headquarters location. In Jesus’ Name!

On Wednesday, November 8, we begin our trip home, arriving Thursday.

Such a trip (and such revival happenings) are only possible with the loving support of an amazing church family that is excited about the Great Commission! Thank you, in adance, and retrospectively, for making financial and prayer investments in the forward progress of God’s kingdom at Calvary Apostolic Church of Denver!

Jesus, lead the charge!

Yours in Christ,

Pastor Donald Haymon II

Are Your Relationships Anchored?

Anchored Series at CAC Denver. Keeping Families Safe & Saved.

Which hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and stedfast, and which entereth into that within the veil. –Hebrews 6:19 (KJV)

If ever the world, the church, and the family needed a rally cry for apostolic relationships, anchored in scriptural principles, it is now.

Beth Baus, LFMT, (San Bernardino, CA) and Dr. Daniel Blash, PhD, (St. Louis, MO), will speak to the need and the blessing of Bible-based relationships. You will be inspired, guided, and refreshed as these Spirit-filled, licensed, and professionally active counselors lead us in achieving balance and health in our individual lives and our communities. After all, isn’t it in the boundaries, peace, and love of our relationships that we find true definition as Jesus’ disciples?

Schedule of Events:

Saturday June 10th
5:00pm – Dining Room Meet & Greet. Unbound Student Ministry will be fundraising for NAYC. Menu: Club Croissant, Chips, Cookie & Drink: $7.00 for Adults; $4.00 for Children

6:00pm – Sanctuary Church-wide Assembly, 13 years old and up
7:00pm – Breakout sessions: Sanctuary – Ladies (Baus), Youth Center – Men (Dr. Blash)

Sunday, June 11th 10:00 am; 6:30 pm.

Monday, June 12th 7:30 pm.  Sanctuary – Adults (Baus). Youth Center – Young Adults (Dr. Blash)

Tuesday June 13th 7:30 pm. Sanctuary – Adults (Dr. Blash). Youth Center – Young Adults (Baus)

Nursery (ages: infant – 4) provided for all sessions.
Childcare (ages: 5-12) provided in CAC Dining Room for Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday sessions. Please bring quiet entertainment.

A Few Photos of Sydney, AU 2017

Sydney Harbor Bridge
Sydney Harbor Opera House
Inside the Opera House
Epic mountain candy store in Leura
The Three Sisters Rock Formation in Blue Mountains
Gliding by ferry from the inland back to the Sydney Harbor at dusk.

We thank CAC and all our family and friends for the prayers and provisions you’ve made to help us celebrate our Silver Anniversary in such grand fashion. God is so good to Pastor Don, LaRonda, and the Haymon family. (Special thanks to the Shane Gibson family for the generous contribution toward our cruise! Happy 20 Anniversary to you precious love birds!)

More picts to come as we figure out wifi on the cruise ship. 🙂 

From Your Pastor’s Wife: My daily devotion this morning. Thanking God for all of you that speak positive into my life! I love you! It is well with my soul!!!!

April 14 Morning and Evening Devotion from C. H. Spurgeon (See below for CAC announcements and electronic invitations for your contacts!)

“Say ye to the righteous, that it shall be well with him.”Isaiah 3:10

It is well with the righteous always. If it had said, “Say ye to the righteous, that it is well with him in his prosperity,” we must have been thankful for so great a boon, for prosperity is an hour of peril, and it is a gift from heaven to be secured from its snares: or if it had been written, “It is well with him when under persecution,” we must have been thankful for so sustaining an assurance, for persecution is hard to bear; but when no time is mentioned, all time is included. God’s “shalls” must be understood always in their largest sense. From the beginning of the year to the end of the year, from the first gathering of evening shadows until the day-star shines, in all conditions and under all circumstances, it shall be well with the righteous. It is so well with him that we could not imagine it to be better, for he is well fed, he feeds upon the flesh and blood of Jesus; he is well clothed, he wears the imputed righteousness of Christ; he is well housed, he dwells in God; he is well married, his soul is knit in bonds of marriage union to Christ; he is well provided for, for the Lord is his Shepherd; he is well endowed, for heaven is his inheritance. It is well with the righteous–well upon divine authority; the mouth of God speaks the comforting assurance. O beloved, if God declares that all is well, ten thousand devils may declare it to be ill, but we laugh them all to scorn. Blessed be God for a faith which enables us to believe God when the creatures contradict him. It is, says the Word, at all times well with thee, thou righteous one; then, beloved, if thou canst not see it, let God’s word stand thee in stead of sight; yea, believe it on divine authority more confidently than if thine eyes and thy feelings told it to thee. Whom God blesses is blest indeed, and what his lip declares is truth most sure and steadfast. Amen!

Reminders and announcements:

Today is Day 3 of CAC Fasting Series – “ME” – Eliminate negative, divisive, toxic speech, attitudes, etc.


Easter Sunday is going to be awesome! 10:00 am service only. Tomorrow (Saturday, 4/15) is rehearsals and sound checks as follows: 3:00 pm Orchestra; 4:00 pm Musicians; 5:00 pm sound check for choir, ensemble, and kids.


–Pastor Don Haymon