Colorado Springs Christian Schools

2017 Lions Heart Gala Celebration

Saturday, April 8th, 2017
Broadmoor Hall, 1 Lake Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO  80906
6:30 p.m.


Keynote Speaker & Lion’s Heart Award Recipient: HILLARY SCOTT

Long before she toured the globe as a member of the multi-platinum country trio Lady Antebellum, Hillary Scott sang her very first songs with a different group of musicians: her family. There was no shortage of talent in the Scott household. Hillary’s mother is Grammy-winning country star Linda Davis, while her father is hit songwriter Lang Scott. Her teenage sister, Rylee, is a budding vocalist in her own right. Whether the Scotts were harmonizing around the family piano or singing old hymns in church, they were often making music together, laying the foundation for a singing career that would eventually take Hillary around the world with Lady Antebellum.

After the passing of her grandfather in 2011, Hillary alongside her family, leaned on their faith and music as a source of hope through the difficult time. The Scott family yearned to thank loved ones for their support and set out to record demos of family-favorite hymns. As the summer of 2015 wound down and Lady Antebellum soaked-in time off the road, the family’s plans for a five song CD as a gift to family and friends, blossomed into what is now Hillary Scott & The Scott Family’s debut, LOVE REMAINS.

While the upcoming album’s lead single “Thy Will” offers a universal message of hope, Hillary revealed the song was written about a more recent dark chapter in her life, a sudden miscarriage of her second pregnancy during the fall of 2015. Looking for peace, she turned to Lang, Linda, Rylee, as well as her husband Chris and together they molded the project into a collection of faith-based songs. Some were hymns that Hillary grew up singing in church. Others were newly-written originals. A handful were penned by her parents, while several others were originally popularized by artists like David Crowder and Dottie Rambo. The songs — old and new, classic and unheard, piano-based and guitar-heavy — help create an album that shines a light not only on the bond Hillary shares with her family, but the union they all share with God.

“The process of making this album has not only been creatively inspiring but I’ve also really been able to grow as a person,” shared Hillary. “With all that we’ve gone through, we have been able to process everything together while solidifying the strong foundation that we have in our family.” With the help of producer Ricky Skaggs, the forthcoming album blurs the lines between gospel, bluegrass, country and pop. At the center of the mix are the rich, entwined voices of the Scotts, who take turns harmonizing and singing lead.

Under Skaggs’ direction, they filled the album with light layers of piano, acoustic guitar, handclaps, mandolin, and banjo. Songs like “We March On” and “Beautiful Messes” became Sunday morning anthems, driven forward by bright, bouncing hooks and a steady pulse from Hillary’s husband, who also drums for Lady Antebellum. Meanwhile, ballads like “Thy Will” and “Come to Jesus” were stripped back to their most basic foundations, packing a punch with little more than a melody, a message, and a handful of instruments.

The title track even finds room for all four vocalists to share the spotlight equally, beginning with a verse from the young Rylee. The result is a tune that Hillary says “defines our family in three minutes and fifty-five seconds.” Elsewhere, the Scotts widen the family circle on “Faithful Love,” beefing up the song’s groove with splashes of piano from Bruce Hornsby and vocal harmonies from Christian artist Stephen Curtis Chapman. “We didn’t want to make a sad record,” noted Lang. “You’re always sad when you lose a loved one, but if you have that faith, it gives you hope. It gives you the courage to press on.”

Equal parts contemporary Christian album and folk family record, Love Re-mains focuses on faith, gratitude, and love. Hillary’s grandfather looms large throughout the album, serving as the inspiration for “Safe Haven” — a bright, breezy tribute to a man whose “voice was deep just like his face” — and influencing the record’s family-friendly tone. The closing track, “Ain’t No Grave,” pays one last tribute to the family patriarch, with bluegrass harmonies and stomp-clap rhythms that don’t mourn his death as much as celebrate his time in the afterlife.

LOVE REMAINS offers plenty to believe in. These are songs that find the redemption in struggle, the peace in death, the joy in bonding with family members whenever times are tough. The stories behind the songs are personal, but the result is something universal. It’s music with a message, and Hillary Scott has rarely sounded more at home.

Tickets are now available to purchase! Individual seats are just $100 per person, and include the silent auction, dinner, and program on April 8, 2017! Click link to buy!—ticket-sales-

2017 CSCS Lion’s Heart Celebration Sponsorship Levels

For more sponsorship information or to purchase, please call Charlotte at 719-268-2141 or email her at

Sponsorship Level 2: “The Song”                                          $25,000 – SOLD OUT

  • Exclusive Private Meeting for 4 PLUS seating at head table for 2
  • 2 “Premier Seating” tables for 10
  • 12 tickets to the VIP Reception which includes: Photo opportunity
  • Premier listing in event invitation and program
  • Sponsor name featured on CSCS website and all event promotion

Sponsorship Level 3: “The Story”                                       $10,000

  • 2 “Premier Seating” tables for 10
  • 10 tickets to the VIP Reception which includes: Photo opportunity
  • Premier listing in event invitation and program
  • Sponsor name featured on CSCS website and all event promotion

Sponsorship Level 4: “The River”                                       $5,000

  • One “Premier Seating” table for 10
  • 4 tickets to the VIP Reception which includes: Photo opportunity
  • Premier listing in event invitation and program
  • Sponsor name featured on CSCS website and all event promotion

Sponsorship Level 5: “The Promise”                                   $2,500

  • One “Premier Seating” table for 10
  • 2 tickets to the VIP Reception which includes: Photo opportunity
  • Premier listing in event invitation and program
  • Sponsor name featured on CSCS website

Table Sponsorships                                                                  $1,500

  • One table for 10 PLUS Sponsor name featured on CSCS website and promotional material

Individual Tickets                                                                $100 – PROGRAM & DINNER INCLUDED

Our program for the evening will include a silent auction for all guests, dinner at the Broadmoor, remarks and a question and answer time with our speaker, and a time where our CSCS students will be showcased!



Our venue for the gala event is at the beautiful Broadmoor Hotel! This is a 5 star resort in the heart of the Colorado Springs with breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains! The hotel offers a variety of dining options, accommodations, and leisure activities for the whole family including swimming, the spa, golf, bowling, movies and more! If you would like to make reservations to spend the night or weekend at the Broadmoor and attend the CSCS event, please call (855) 634-7711.



Thank you to our EVENT SPONSORS for Supporting CSCS!

Interim Healthcare
The Hays Family

PK Enterprises, Inc.

Andrew Wommack Ministries, Inc.
Double M Concrete
iHeartMedia – iHeartRadio

Budget Blinds
DC Custom Construction, Inc.
The Dunn Family
Focus on the Family
Kristyn Cline Insurance Agency, Inc.
Premier Painting & Flooring
Silent Partner Security

Albrecht Family
The Arena
Colorado Christian University
Matthews Advisors
Mike & Jill Kuyper Charitable Gift Fund
Dr. Mike & Kathy Hall
Walt & Dixie Harder
Empire Title of Colorado Springs, LLC
Erickson, Brown, & Kloster, P.C.
Gray Line
Heuberger Subaru
Inter-State Photo Studio
Kirkpatrick Bank
Dean & Grace Merrill
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Specialists, P.C.
Patriot Motors
The Reinwald Family
RMKCB: Rick & Margaret Brown
Stockman, Kast, Ryan + CO LLP
Summit Wealth Group
The Driscoll Family
Twisted Pines Farm
UMB Bank
Steve & Anne Wood

We will have an awesome Silent Auction in conjunction with the gala event in April! The auction will run from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in Broadmoor Hall!

  • The Broadmoor Fishing Camp/Overnight Stay
  • Overnight Stay at Glen Eyrie/Breakfast
  • Air Force Academy signed basketball
  • Starbucks Gift Basket
  • More to come!



KBIQ 102.7 FM
NASH 95.1 FM
WAY FM 99.3 FM
iHeartMedia | iHeartRadio
The Broadmoor
Ceavco Audio/Visual
Fast Signs
Focus on the Family Printing
Jostens – Lion’s Heart Award
Skrastins Photography