Listen: Katie Davis was homecoming queen, senior class president, and graduated from the top of her class in a wealthy suburb of Nashville. To say the least, academic and social expectations for Katie were high. During the winter break of her senior year of high school in 2006, Katie went on a mission trip … Continue reading “Living a Life that Demands an Explanation” (Gal. 1:11-24)
This is the final message in our Gospel of John study which was preached on Easter Sunday, 2016. Sermon Notes: Today is a message for skeptics... After all, this is Easter Sunday, which we know is not primarily about brightly colored eggs and bunnies, but rather is about the claims in the Bible that Jesus … Continue reading “A Message for Skeptics” – John 20:24-31
This is the Creekstone Easter message for Sunday, April 5, 2015.
This is message #3 in our Easter sermon series, Resurrection in 3D.
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This Sunday during our study in Acts 3:1-10, we'll see God do the impossible in the life of a lame man. But we are all lame in some capacity, aren't we? We all have areas of our lives that seem impossible to change? Sometimes we feel helpless and hopeless. But what if God helps the … Continue reading What if God were to do the impossible in your life?
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Today is the day we remember the brutal crucifixion of Jesus. How, then, can we call this "Good" Friday? To the original disciples, it was the darkest of dark days. It was the end of hope and the beginning of despair. They had witnessed a catastrophe of cosmic proportions. How would this day come to … Continue reading Good Friday’s Prefix for Catastrophe
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Oops. These are not the Easter notes. Sorry. Will post those next. 🙂 Some have asked for the sermon notes from last week's Easter sunrise service. I guess some like audio and others the bare bones on paper. I hope that either way, we are led more and more to come alive to the wonder … Continue reading Sermon Notes from Two Weeks Ago —> “The Cup” • Matthew 26:36-46
Understanding the story of Jesus' scars makes sense to our scars and provides a hope that changes our lives deeply... and eternally.
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