A Special Request

Hello Creekstone friends, As you know, we will be offering two services for six weeks starting Sunday, August 18. However, double services require double the volunteers, especially in our growing nursery. So, yes, this is a personal request for the Creekstone family (especially single females, retired folks and husband and wife teams) to help out…

Time: A Resource to Steward, Not to Squander (Sermon)

Sunday, July 28, 2013 • Listen here —> Time: A Resource to Steward, Not to Squander (Eph. 5:15-17) Main idea: Time is a God-given resource—a resource to steward, not to squander. Although it is limited, the problem is not the amount of time we have as much as it is how we use the time…

Monteagle Youth Week

This summer I was invited to serve the Monteagle Assembly as Guest Minister for Youth Week, July 13-19. In addition to the privilege of preaching to the Assembly on Sunday morning, July 14, I was able to teach the adults Monday through Thursday nights at 7:30 and then the youth at 9:00 p.m., a time…

A Worksheet for Identifying Life Priorities

Set aside at least two quiet, undistracted hours (or more if possible) to pray through and answer the questions listed below.  Not every question will apply to everyone. Nevertheless, this process will help you begin, by the guidance of the Holy Spirit, identifying your life priorities, which then will help you plan your use of…

Are You Wasting Your Time?

I love my kids and hesitate to compare them to locusts, but any family with teenagers understands what I’m talking about. The pantry is stocked. Then it is bare. Where did the food go? Oh yeah, locusts. Now, I really am glad to provide them with good food and fun snacks. And I’d rather them…

Update on Baby Hope

Here is an update on baby Hope from Andy Woznicki: Lenore went in to be induced on Wednesday morning at North Fulton Hospital in Roswell.  She gave birth to Hope at 4:11pm on Wednesday, who weighed 8lbs. 6oz. and was  20 inches long.  After she was delivered, the doctors said everything they observed looked great,…

The Five Levels of Communication

Today’s guest blogger is author, Dr. Gary Chapman, who shares with us what he calls The Five Levels of Communication. Just as it is helpful to identify certain communication patterns, it is also helpful to understand that various levels of communication exist. All communication is not equal in value. Some levels of communication foster greater intimacy than…