Thanks, Tullian. This is helpful.
This is the trailer for message #2 in our sermon series, The GRACE Awakening.
This is message #1 in our 5-part series, The Grace Awakening: Living All of Life in Light of the Gospel.
Reading some Jerry Bridges today (Transforming Grace). Here is a handful of gems. "Mephibosheth... never got to the place where he could leave the King's table and make it on his own. And neither do we." "The Bible never speaks of God's grace as simply making up for our deficiencies." "God's invitation to come is … Continue reading Grace Quotes from Jerry Bridges
The flesh has a rabid sense of self-entitlement. It cries foul and unfair at every point where it feels that the scales are not in balance. When I have to clean up the dishes left by others, the flesh fuels me with anger and self-righteous resentment toward those who left them in the sink. Why … Continue reading Thankfully, I Will Never Get What I Deserve
In this post, Jean Larroux, Lead Pastor of Southwood PCA in Huntville, AL, describes a full-orbed view of what we mean when we talk about "believing the gospel." Thanks, Jean! In every realm of life we understand that our beliefs drive our behavior. If I believe it is going to rain then I bring an … Continue reading Believing the Gospel: A Full-Orbed View
This Sunday, July 27th, we begin a "back-to-school" sermon series called The GRACE Awakening, which is designed to help us come more and more alive to the wonder of the gospel week after week. This Sunday, as we focus on Luke 18:9-14, we are going to discover implications about God's grace in Jesus that have … Continue reading Tired of Jockeying for Position or Climbing the Ladder?
In 1939, George Dantzig enrolled as a graduate student studying statistics under Polish-born professor Jerzy Neyman. At the beginning of one class session, Dr. Neyman chalked two examples of famous unsolvable problems on the blackboard. George happened to arrive late to class that day, and mistakenly thought the unsolvable problems were their homework assignment, so … Continue reading Placing Limits on God’s Ability
Enjoy this short video trailer of our new series, The Grace Awakening: Living All of Life in Light of the Gospel. Feel free to forward to a friend who might be interested.
VISION DESSERTS • There are only two left! Please plan to attend one of the two remaining Vision Dessert opportunities this summer at the home of Kristy & McKay Caston. Register on the bulletin insert and place it in the offering basket after the message. “MIDWEEK” (Coming in September!) Get ready for Creekstone’s first-ever midweek … Continue reading The Latest Creekstone News
I am super-excited to announce that we are starting a "back to school" sermon series this Sunday that will run through August. It's called The Grace Awakening: Living All of Life in View of the Gospel.
This is message #8 in our summer sermon series, Getting Emotional, with the focus on learning to live beyond regret.
This is the message from Praise in the Park in Dahlonega, July 16, 2014.
This is message #7 in our summer sermon series, Getting Emotional. This week we explore the difficult subject of grief.
If so, this might interest you.
Hey ladies, Just wanted to make sure you know of the three upcoming opportunities to fellowship with other Creekstone women at a series of July coffees. You are invited to come to one or to all. We have tried to plan events at times that will enable every Creekstone woman to avail herself of an … Continue reading Connecting Opportunity for Women
This post from Heat fan and pastor Tullian Tchividjian is really good. For the full article, just go here. "LeBron’s decision to return to a city he loves with a desire to bless the same people who cursed and ridiculed him four years ago is a remarkable picture of grace. Cleveland, not LeBron, is the … Continue reading LeBron and the Gospel
Here is the one-minute promo video for Creekstone leading this week's Praise in the Park.
Here is the sermon preview for this Sunday. We will be dealing with the subject of grief from Psalm 77.
This is message #7 in Creekstone's summer sermon series, Getting Emotional. This week we address the subject of envy and discover that envy dies where gospel wonder thrives.
This Sunday I will be teaching from Psalm 77 on the subject of grief. In preparation, I have found this adapted Puritan prayer, The Valley of Vision, helpful. Lord, high and holy, meek and lowly, you have brought us to the valley of vision, where we live in the depths but see you in the … Continue reading The Valley of Vision & the Paradox of the Gospel
One more great thought from Paul Miller... "The feel of a praying life is cautious optimism—caution because of the Fall, optimism because of Redemption. Cautious optimism allows Jesus to boldly send his disciples into an evil world."
This week we are going to provide a treatment for envy fever. I think it going to help a lot of us. Check out the message preview below. http://video214.com/play/HDFZ7JXrJ891lz4fHvx8Kg/s/dark