Just a heads up that tomorrow’s music at Creekstone is, as usual, going to be really great (and not just because my eldest is playing keyboards!). If you’d like to take a listen, just visit the set list on Grooveshark. Here is the link —> http://grooveshark.com/#/playlist/31july2011+creekstone+Music/57566592Read More Creekstone Music Tomorrow
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Creekstone will be celebrating our one year anniversary of morning worship on Sunday, Aug. 21. That service will be followed immediately by a Vision Banquet (the meal will be provided) in the high school cafeteria, where we will get informed and inspired about what we are trusting the Lord to do in and through Creekstone this upcoming […]Read More Creekstone Anniversary and Vision Banquet – Sunday, Aug. 21
As we have mentioned already, after much discussion and prayer, the staff team has decided to redesign our K-Groups (K is for koinonia, the Greek word for fellowship). Rather than base these groups on age and stage, we are going to encourage groups to gather geographically. This means that we likely will have groups representing the […]Read More New K-Group Plan
One of Creekstone’s three core commitments is Organic Mission. As our philosophy of ministry statement says: We will encourage all the folks in the church to see themselves as missionaries, word and deed ambassadors of the gospel. With that missional mindset, we will emphasize what it means to be “salt and light” in the context of […]Read More “Mission Impossible” – A 3-Week Summer Sermon Series Beginning This Sunday
If you are wondering how you can pray for Creekstone over the next few weeks, here are some suggestions: Pray that we would be relentless about keeping the message of grace through the cross front and center in everything, from Sunday mornings to staff meetings. Pray that the many new folks who have become connected […]Read More Want to Pray for Creekstone?
In light of today’s message in 1 Peter 5:8-14, Facing the Lions, I thought I’d post a few points about what we should think about the devil. Here is a summary: 1. The devil is the chief fallen angel, who longed for God’s glory and led other angels in rebellion. The devil is called Satan, […]Read More What Should I Think About the Devil?
Julia Johnston, the daughter of a Presbyterian pastor, lived from 1849-1919 and wrote over 500 hymns. One of her most well known goes like this: Sin and despair, like the sea waves cold, Threaten the soul with infinite loss; Grace that is greater, yes, grace untold, Points to the refuge, the mighty cross. Grace, […]Read More Grace Untold
These lectures may be the best teaching on the gospel-centered marriage available. They are by my Sonship/World Harvest Discipleship Mentor, Stu Batstone, and his wife, Ruth Ann. Listen as a couple for the greatest benefit, and enjoy.Read More May Be the Best Marriage Teaching Available
This focus of this week’s message, entitled, “Facing the Lions,” will be on how important it is to recognize the destructive strategies of the enemy in our lives. We will need very practical help standing against his schemes—help that 1 Peter 5:8-14 provides. This message will wrap up our summer teaching series in 1 Peter, […]Read More “Facing the Lions” Message Will Wrap Up Our Summer Teaching Series This Sunday
Hello, tech friends. Check out this story on CNN.com, which summarizes 50 new tech apps. My favorites so far (and all free): Google+ Nickname (gives you a personal URL for your G+ profile – mine is http://www.gplus.to/mckaycaston) postagram iMotion HD Tout There are 45 more to check out. So enjoy!Read More New Tech Tools
From a party at the Schermerhorns to fireworks over the college drill filed, the Fourth was a great day spent with friends. See the full gallery on PosterousRead More Fourth of July (Photos)