To equip us to go, tell and show the love of God. To help us see the world with new eyes. To inform, inspire, unite and engage. This is the purpose of stories.
Several groups of retired First Free women are serving Congo residents through a recently revived ministry called White Cross.
During “Your Kingdom Come,” we invited members of our church family to compose a prayer based on that week’s verse. Get a closer look at each prayer—and more special features of this series—here.
How does our relationship with our phones impact our lives as Christians?
Quick: What’s the largest, loudest and most valuable musical instrument at First Free? Meet Opus 1329.
A grant from First Free Rockford will help Spring Creek School’s PTO purchase a gaga ball pit.
If our summer sermon “Your Kingdom Come” has you wanting to deepen your prayer life, we have some great resources for you available at the Scroll Resource Center.
We spoke this week with Associate Pastor Josh Pardee about our summer sermon series, Your Kingdom Come, and how it calls us to radical faith, in community.
We spoke with the director of Rockford’s Pregnancy Care Center about its long partnership with First Free and how the local church can support women and children today.
Pastor Luke Uran is beginning a two-month sabbatical. We spoke with him recently about why the time away is important for him, his family and our church family.
Given a second chance at turning his life around at Rockford Rescue Mission, Ron Smith tells a story of humility and hope.
An experience with failure helped Kaylee Gahm understand the power she had allowed people’s words to have over her.
For Katie Townsend, faith and works grow from the same seed in the same soil.