"He writes into our story places of grief and brings glory out of them. And the glory isn't always displayed in healing. When we talk about blessing we post on Facebook about going to the beach and we hashtag blessed. We attribute blessing only to those things that are happy or pain free or what … Continue reading When Grief is Woven into the Story
"Think of your own personal disaster, your own struggle with sin and your own failure. If you're able to be given wisdom to see those failures and struggles, and own those failures and struggles, what are they? Can you see how God can teach you through those moments, those low broken places, in ways he can't … Continue reading Light Shinging Through the Cracks
This is the Creekstone message from Sunday, July 26.
In his book, The Power of Encouragement, David Jeremiah shares the following story: Had it not been for a confident wife, Sophia, we might not have listed among the great names of literature the great name of Nathaniel Hawthorne. When Nathaniel, a heartbroken man, went home to tell his wife that he was a failure … Continue reading The Power of Encouragement