Placing Limits on God’s Ability

In 1939, George Dantzig enrolled as a graduate student studying statistics under Polish-born professor Jerzy Neyman. At the beginning of one class session, Dr. Neyman chalked two examples of famous unsolvable problems on the blackboard. George happened to arrive late to class that day, and mistakenly thought the unsolvable problems were their homework assignment, so … Continue reading Placing Limits on God’s Ability

Why Me?

This week on American Idol, Casey Abrams, who is a favorite among the judges, was eliminated before he made it to the top ten. The procedure for those who receive the least number of votes that week is to sing one last time before the judges, hoping that they will use their "save" to keep the contestant … Continue reading Why Me?

Marriage in the Context of the Gospel: Submission and Sacrifice, Part 1

Here is a link to this morning's Creekstone message, Submission and Sacrifice, Part 1. Continuing a series in Ephesians, today was the first in a two (or three)-part mini-series discussing marriage in the context of the gospel. Below is the message handout. If you think you know what submission means, and it bothers you, listen. You … Continue reading Marriage in the Context of the Gospel: Submission and Sacrifice, Part 1