Resurrection Sunday

Join us at Blackhawk Ministries as we celebrate Easter weekend.

Our Good Friday service is at 6:00 PM.  Childcare will be available for children up to 24 months of age.

On Easter Sunday, our services are at 9:00 and 10:45 AM.  Adult & Children’s Ministries as normal.

 

Apologetics

Why doesn’t God stop the pain I’m experiencing?

These and other questions about suffering may linger on, even after our “Mythbusters” series.

There are few things that trouble us as much as this in our day-to-day lives.

Come on Sunday, May 4th at 6:30 p.m. with questions about pain, suffering, and the goodness of God.

Be encouraged by our common struggle and our hope in the love and grace of the living God.

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Big Serve Spring 2014

Blackhawk’s Big Serve is Saturday, May 10 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. This is a great opportunity for individuals and families to serve together right here on our own Blackhawk campuses. Meet in the Asylum as we will be staying onsite and helping with various projects around Blackhawk.

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The Preparation

The Preparation is a time of reflection, meditation, and connecting with the presence of God. This year we are using the current sermon series to engage us during our preparation time, and specifically we would encourage you to participate through the disciplines of fasting, scripture reading, and alms giving. Each day we will have a Bible reading, prayer or activity to assist you. We will also collect a special alms offering – online and at the end of each Gathering. Finally, join us as we choose to fast something (food or otherwise).

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Leadership Summit On Demand

In the grind and busyness of regular life, ongoing ministry, new projects and the demands of leadership we tend to forget or lose sight of the crucial concepts that filled our hearts and minds at the last Global Leadership Summit in August. So we are inviting all of you back (at no cost) to watch three of the highest rated sessions from this past year’s Summit. “Come catch what you missed – come be reminded of what you have already forgotten!”

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