Our survey on service times indicates that a LOT of folks enjoy and even prefer the earlier, 9:00 a.m. service. So, we hope to see many of you on Sunday bright and early as we celebrate the person and work of Jesus and learn more about what it means to live as his disciples in … Continue reading Survey Results, Adopt-a-Student, Outdoor Worship Service Info and More!
Andy Woznicki headed up an epic, first ever event for connecting in community at Creekstone called Group Link. Here are some pics from the evening. NOTE: Control the slide show by scrolling your mouse over the images.
Each year Creekstone families donate shoeboxes full of gifts to Operation Christmas Child, which distributes these boxes to needy children around the world at Christmas. This year Jen Legler is organizing a trip to the Atlanta processing center in November or December. If you are able and willing to join Jen and other Creekstone folks … Continue reading Operation Christmas Child
Since Creekstone began, Matt Stephenson has served as our Administrative Assistant, often going the extra mile beyond the ministry description to make sure that the administrative side of things effectively contributed to our mission of "glorying God by helping people come alive to the wonder of the gospel." I am grateful for how his behind … Continue reading Thanks, Matt, and Welcome, Kandi!
Sunday, August 25, 2013 • Message #2 in The Blessed Life series Listen here —> The Blessing of Low Places
Sunday, August 18, 2013 • Message #1 in The Blessed Life series Listen here —> The Blessing of Spiritual Poverty
Horatio Spafford was a successful attorney in Chicago in the mid-1800s. He was also a savvy businessman, who had invested heavily in real estate on the shore of Lake Michigan. However, in 1871, the Great Chicago Fire wiped out all of his holdings. And just before this disaster, his only son had died. Desiring a … Continue reading Not in Part, but the Whole!
Group Link • Wednesday, Aug. 28 Whether you were in a group last year, or are new to K-Groups, this fun event is your opportunity to get connected in community through our K-Group (community/home group) ministry! So, register to attend Group Link at the Park and Rec Center on Wednesday, Aug. 28, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. … Continue reading What’s Going on at Creekstone?
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Thanks to Kelly Spurlock for taking these pics of Creekstone's 3rd Anniversary Services on Sunday, Aug. 18, 2013. In our two services, we welcomed over 300 people to hear and celebrate the gospel of Jesus. What a privilege! Of course, this would not be possible without a team of enthusiastic and committed partners who arrive … Continue reading Creekstone 3rd Anniversary Photos
I love this pic of the UNG campus in Dahlonega. A diamond in gold country! Welcome back students! Can you believe that you get to live here? 🙂
Everybody wants to be happy. Sadly, true, lasting happiness is rarely realized. So, this Sunday we will begin a new 8-week sermon series by revealing the first secret of true happiness according to Jesus. This practical message is really going to help a lot of folks. It certainly is helping me as I prepare to … Continue reading Do You Want to Know the Secret to True Happiness?
You can make history this Sunday by attending Creekstone's first ever "early service" at 9:00 a.m. If you just can't get up, that's okay. We also will have a "late service" at 10:45 a.m. 🙂 If you haven't attended a Sunday gathering yet, we meet in the Lumpkin County High School's Performing Arts Center. For … Continue reading Make History This Sunday!
You can make a difference. As we look to add a second service for six weeks beginning Sunday, Aug. 18, there are a number of opportunities to serve on our volunteer Ministry Teams. If you are willing to serve, I assure you that you will make a difference! Here are the needs and whom to … Continue reading You Can Make a Difference!
Journalist Piers Morgan interviewed radio shock-jock Howard Stern in January, 2011. At one point in the interview, Morgan brought up Stern’s relationship with his father, asking, "How often does [your father] say to you, 'Great show, Howard'?" Even though you couldn't see Stern's eyes because of the dark glasses, the pain in his heart was … Continue reading The Gospel Rocks
In Galatians 1:3-10, we learn that with the approval of God, we don’t need the applause of man. Because of the gospel, I am able to live before an audience of One, where no one gets ultimate influence in my life except Jesus. So, what practical difference will this make? I can think of at … Continue reading Freedom from the Oppression of Success
Lenore and Nate are still at Eggleston Hospital with Hope and may be there until next Friday. The doctors are monitoring Hope's sub-clinical seizures in order to determine when they can take her off a feeding tube and make a plan for heading home. Since she is having fewer seizures, the medications seem to be … Continue reading Update on Hope Nix
Marlene Dietrich was a German-born American actress and singer whose life stretched for almost the entirety of the 20th century. She made the top hat and tails famous in her world renown cabaret shows. Her biographer tells us that she frequently gathered friends to her home, especially rivals Judy Garland and Noel Coward, to listen … Continue reading Help for the “People Pleaser”