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Q&R with Pastor Luke Uran: Listening

Q&R with Pastor Luke Uran: Listening

In last Sunday’s sermon, you talked about shutting out other noise and listening to the voice of Jesus. Can you suggest some ways to do that? I think there are times when we forget that Jesus is still living and he’s still active. He’s still speaking. One of the...
Q&R with Pastor Luke Uran: Listening

Q&R with Pastor Luke Uran: Peaks & Valleys

First, could we take a look back at the two-week Devoted series, about the church? What were the thoughts behind that? Statistics are showing that 30 percent of people who were regularly gathering in person and engaging in church before COVID are not doing that...
Q&R with Pastors Luke Uran & Josh Pardee

Q&R with Pastors Luke Uran & Josh Pardee

Two weeks into our “In Season” series about the fruit of the Spirit, we spoke with Lead Pastor Luke Uran and Associate Pastor Josh Pardee about all things summer here at First Free. What prompted this new series and where are we going with it? Luke Uran, lead pastor...
Q&R with Pastor Luke Uran: Listening

Q&R with Pastor Luke: Recalibrate

We spoke with Lead Pastor Luke Uran about the “Miracles” sermon series that just concluded and our new series, “Recalibrate.” What are some things that you learned or observed during the Miracles series? Luke Uran, lead pastor of First Free Rockford People in our...
Q&R with Pastor Luke Uran: Listening

Q&R with Pastor Luke Uran: The Miracles of Jesus

How was Easter for you and your family? It was great. Most of my family was in town from Minnesota, so we spent the weekend together. We enjoyed the weather—we were outside all weekend. I always think about pastors immediately after Christmas and Easter. All of the...