Today on the blog, Kirstin Yu, a Blackhawk Intern, reflects on her own faith journey and how there’s no such thing as a “boring” faith story. *** I was baptized in my freshman year of high school. It was a difficult decision for me to make for two reasons. The first: I was not a… Read More When our faith story feels unspectacular
Scott Lovelace grew up going to church, but walked away from God after high school. Nine years ago, Scott was faced with a major life change, and it was through this difficult season that he experienced the transformational love of Christ through Christian community.
Chris and Charles dive into the question, “What is the Gospel?”
This week’s post comes from one of our summer interns, Kirstin Yu. Kirstin is a gifted writer who has spent the summer sharing her beautiful gift with several of our teams. Today, Kirstin is reflecting on a portion of this past Sunday’s sermon. Enjoy! *** Since childhood, I’ve found Jesus to be a rather murky… Read More The Human Encounter
“But what about you?” Jesus asked his disciples. “Who do you say that I am?” (Mark 8:29) Jesus came teaching the good news and proclaiming to be the Son of God… but people didn’t always get it. Sound familiar? Jesus and his message were often misunderstood in his day, and He’s often not fully understood… Read More Series Introduction: Unexpected Kingdom
We spend most of our lives working. From our first day of school to our first day of retirement (and often far beyond that), we work and we work, whether studying or parenting, paid or volunteering, self-employed or looking for employment. The good news is that, regardless of what we do or how much we… Read More A Word to the Wise: About Work and School