Natalie and Rob’s financial life was changed by going through Financial Peace University. FPU helped them to get out of debt and start saving. When Rob lost his job, the principles they learned in FPU helped them stay afloat and move through that season with internal peace.
Generosity – it is something most of us aspire to and are grateful for in others. However, there can be real barriers to living “the generous life”… Whether we are a student with loans and limited income, or just starting out in life and making money for the first time; in the middle of life… Read More Series Introduction: The Generous Life
I remember sitting in a colleague’s office years ago, and there was a picture on his wall of a man in a hammock. The hammock was strung between two palm trees, and the palm trees were on a white-sand beach with an azure ocean in the background. Under this picture of paradise it said, “God… Read More Boomers, are you staying in the game?
“… persons from every tribe and language and people and nation.” – Revelation 5:9b As we come to the final message in our #trending series, pastor Charles Yu helps us understand that, if we don’t talk about race in the church and understand it from a biblical perspective, we let the secular culture decide… Read More #trending: race
“The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.” – Psalm 34:18 This week as we continue in our #trending series, Chris and Becky Dolson tackle the topic of the #metoo movement. We know this message can be very difficult to hear for all kinds of reasons. We want… Read More #trending: #metoo
Video Transcript: Jon: I’m Jon. Rachael: And I’m Rachael. We have three girls, Addie, Taylor, and Lola. I became a Christian when I was very young– around six years old. My dad was a pastor. When I was about 10, we moved to Venezuela. My parents were missionaries there for about 35 years. And when… Read More Wanta’s Story: Putting the Pieces Back Together
As we tackle some of the most current (and often divisive) issues, the topic of social media may be best seen as the very waters in which our dialogue on current issues swims. As Matt reminded us in his message, “Social Media pours fuel on the fire of the major issues of our day.” We… Read More #trending: social media
As we continue in our series #trending, this week Charles Yu tackled the topic of immigration. He helped us to see how the theme of being an immigrant is used throughout Scripture for the people of God, and how our response to the foreigner or alien in our midst is always to be love. Further… Read More #trending: Immigration
In our trending series, we are tackling topics where there is a lot of disagreement – not just within our society or culture, but even among those in our own church. These are topics that can be energizing, but also tend to divide people. Perhaps nowhere is this truer currently than with the first topic… Read More #trending: Political Discourse
Video Transcript: I came to Blackhawk because I moved in with my daughter after my divorce. They were members at Blackhawk Fitchburg. They invited me along, and I went, and I really liked going there. I feel like it’s a family there. My whole life I have felt not good enough. I didn’t grow up with… Read More Lynda’s Story: Finding Unconditional Love