Listen: [Here is an important addendum to this message.] In the mid-14th century, a bacteria called yersinia pestis was carried by fleas from Asia to Europe, being transported on rats that commonly infested merchant ships. As these ships arrived in ports such as Constantinople, Marseilles (mar-say), and Barcelona, the rats would disembark, carrying the infected … Continue reading Pandora’s Box
This is message #2 in our Ground for Grace sermon series. The flat, rich soil and long growing season of south Georgia make it prime planting ground. Some of you who grew up in south Georgia understand the difference between planting and farming. Although the terms famer and planter are somewhat interchangeable, the farmer grows … Continue reading “The Planting Principle” – 2 Corinthians 9:6-15
This is message #4 in our sermon series, The Faith-FULL Life. In December of 2005, Tracinda Foxe's apartment building in the Bronx caught on fire. With flames quickly engulfing her third floor bedroom, Tracinda, holding her one-month old son, was forced to contemplate the unthinkable. Felix Vazquez, a Housing Authority employee and catcher on a … Continue reading The Faith to Let Go – Exodus 2 (audio & notes)
Part 1: The Goal of Christian Parenting Part 2: Grace Grows Godliness Part 3: Redemptive Discipline Part 4: Heart Inspectors
This is the Creekstone Easter message for Sunday, April 5, 2015.
Listen to the Community Lenten Service message from Tuesday, March 17, 2015.
This is the Creekstone message for Sunday, March 8, 2015.
This is message #3 in our series in John, Knowing Jesus. This message focuses on the fundamental message of Christiantiy with four significant implications.
This is message #2 in our sermon series in the Gospel of John, Knowing Jesus. In this message, we discover the practical implications of five revolutionary words.
This is Creekstone's 2014 Christmas message. Enjoy!
This is message #2 in our end of the year sermon series, The Next Steps.
This is message #1 in our end of the year sermon series, The Next Steps. The big idea is that material generosity is a primary catalyst for spiritual growth. So, get ready to give and grow!
This is a special message in view of the historic re-discovery of grace and the posting of the 95 Theses by Martin Luther on Oct. 31, 1517.
This is message #6 is our Nehemiah sermon series, Rebuilding the Ruins.
This is message #5 is our Nehemiah sermon series, Rebuilding the Ruins. The big idea is that "when the gospel advances, opposition arises."
This is message #4 in the series, Rebuilding the Ruins.
This is a special message delivered during a special, outdoor worship service at Yahoola Creek Park.
This is message #3 in our sermon series in Nehemiah, "Rebuilding the Walls."
This is message #2 is our sermon series, Rebuilding the Ruins. The big idea is that realizing dreams requires taking risks. Sometimes it just takes twenty seconds of insane courage to take that risk. Find out more in the message below.
This is message #1 in our sermon series in Nehemiah, Rebuilding the Ruins.
In case you want to "get ahead" for Sunday and prepare for our fall study in Nehemiah, here is an introduction from the ESV Gospel Transformation Bible: Nehemiah is the central figure in the book that bears his name. It contains some of his own records, but he is not the author of the entire … Continue reading Introduction to Nehemiah
This is the final message in our summer series The GRACE Awakening: Living All of Life in Light of the Gospel.
This is message #4 is our sermon series, The GRACE Awakening: Living All of Life in Light of the Gospel. The "big idea" is that it is radical grace that produces radical change.
This is message #2 in our present 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.