I remember with crystal clarity the period in my marriage when Diane and I struggled the most with money. Oddly, it had nothing to do with raising our daughters, even though their needs were seemingly endless, like food, clothes, braces, school supplies, gas, doctor visits, etc. No, the worst financial period we experienced was prior to having children. At the time, I was convinced that in order to get out of apartment living and be able to purchase a home, we needed to make some drastic changes. I took an extra job working weekends and evenings, but knew it wasn’t going to be enough. Continue reading “Bobservations: When I Robbed God” »
The Sunridge facilities team is growing to keep pace with the increasing demands on our church campus. We are looking for an individual to fill a 20-hour per week position—mostly evenings and weekends, but with some flexibility. The position is ready to be filled immediately. It would be a great fit for: Continue reading “Part Time Janitorial Job Opening at Our Temecula Church” »
Of all of the incredible things God allows me to do at Sunridge, leading FPU (Financial Peace University) with my wife Diane is at the top of that list. We just finished the fall 2018 9-week session as part of “Thursdays at Sunridge,” and it was so much fun! My favorite part is seeing those aha moments happen. Continue reading “Bobservations: An Aha Moment” »
At the conclusion of the final quarter of our fiscal year, our Lead Pastor, Britt Sipe, reflected on some of the wonderful things that God is doing in and through our church over the last three months. Below is the fourth-quarter budget update email that Pastor Britt sends to those who financially invest in and support Sunridge.
As I write to you, one of Sunridge’s 528 financial partners over this past fiscal year, I am so grateful for the positive report I have for you. It’s so obvious that God has been prompting you and others to support the mission of helping people find and follow Jesus as never before. Here’s a few financial facts that are encouraging me, and I’m pretty sure will encourage you as well: Continue reading “Bobservation – Fourth Quarter Update” »
A LOOK BACK
Last year during Vision Sunday we presented the budget for the 2017-18 fiscal year. It was an important budget in the history of our church. Not because it increased the overall budget by 21% compared to the prior year’s budget, but because it was designed to move us forward. Within that budget we were able to add much needed staff to carry us into this season of momentum Continue reading “Bobservation – Looking Back and Looking Ahead” »