For Christmas this year, my wife gave me When Darkness Seems My Closest Friend, by Mark Meynell. I have devoured it like a New York size slice of sausage and peperoni pizza after a 24-hour fast. Kristy knew this book would speak to me in a very personal way. Over the years, she has walked … Continue reading Being a Friend, not a Fixer
The gospel gives us freedom to be honest. Honest with ourselves, with others and with God. Psalm 13 describes an anguished David, wresting with his present life experience and the role of God in it. His emotions are being tossed like a dinghy on the waves of a storm. But when his heart finds anchor … Continue reading An Anchor of Hope for the Dinghy of Despair
This is message #8 in our summer sermon series, Getting Emotional, with the focus on learning to live beyond regret.
This is message #7 in our summer sermon series, Getting Emotional. This week we explore the difficult subject of grief.
This is message #7 in Creekstone's summer sermon series, Getting Emotional. This week we address the subject of envy and discover that envy dies where gospel wonder thrives.