This is a special Thanksgiving message that explores the relationship between thankfulness and happiness.
This is a studio recorded message of last Sunday's sermon which experienced a recording glitch during the service. But alas, there is still meat on the bone here for you. This message explores how a Christian should live as a dual citizen of God's kingdom and "the city of man." Do we complain, protest, view … Continue reading When the Dust Clears (Romans 13:1-8)
The Old Testament prophet Habakkuk helps us process our emotions as we face the upcoming 2016 elections on Tuesday, Nov. 8.
As we continue to reflect on the kind of leaders in general, and elders in particular, we want at Creekstone, we would be remiss to overlook this primary qualification: weakness. From Spurgeon's "Morning and Evening," November 4. 2 Corinthians 12:9, "For my strength is made perfect in weakness." A primary qualification for serving God with … Continue reading An Unexpected, but Primary Qualification for Leadership