As Creekstone prepares to nominate new elder candidates in November, this special message challenges disciples of Jesus to consider their next step in the process of becoming a leader.
On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther, at the time a Roman Catholic monk and theology professor, nailed a protest letter to the Castle Church door in Wittenberg, Germany, where he taught at the local university. The letter is known as his 95 Theses, a protest against the sale of indulgences, among other things. Essentially, indulgences could be … Continue reading Ocotober 31st and the Re-Discovery of Grace
Enjoy the entire 5-part sermon series, Who Am I: Personal Identity in View of the Gospel, here. Message 1: "Come and Die, Go and Live" Message 2: "A New Resume" Message 3: "From Orphanhood to Sonship" Message 4: "Better Than Improvement" Message 5: "No More Dues"
This is message #5 of 5 in our Who Am I sermon series on developing a personal identity in view of the gospel. Listen Here
This is the message #4 in our Who Am I sermon series. What if I were no longer defined by my imperfections, faults, flaws and sins, or by my successes, but rather, defined by the perfect righteousness of Jesus? What if an obsession with my failure or the need to improve and succeed could be … Continue reading “Better Than Improvement” (2 Cor. 5:16-21)
This is message #3 in our series, Who Am I: Personal Identity in View of the Gospel. If you are like me, you tend to live as a functional spiritual orphan. This sermon is intended to provide us with a new way to live - as objects of the Father's present and eternal affection. After … Continue reading “From Orphanhood to Adoption” (Romans 8:15-18)
This is message #2 in our Who Am I: Personal Identity in View of the Gospel sermon series.