Creekstone desires for every member to experience personal, relational connection, gospel camaraderie, and practical care. As a result of deep contemplation on how to achieve such a lofty goal for our congregation, we believe that decentralizing care is the best way to provide the most effective personal ministry to one another. This means that our primary … Continue reading Allelon: The Biblical Model of De-Centralized Care
This is part 1 in the sermon series based on the Lord's Prayer entitled, Fellowship with the Father. My eldest child has graduated from college and lives in her own house in a different city. I no longer see her every day, every week or even every month. When my phone rings and I see … Continue reading Praying Our Deepest Desires
11 Therefore, remember that formerly you who are Gentiles by birth and called “uncircumcised” by those who call themselves “the circumcision” (that done in the body by the hands of men)— 12 remember that at that time you were separate from Christ, excluded from citizenship in Israel and foreigners to the covenants of the promise, … Continue reading What is the Church?
In this post, Dr. John Piper, expounds upon five strands of biblical evidence that support the idea of local church membership. If you are a disciple of Jesus who has yet to formally connect with a local fellowship, I trust that this will inspire you to consider that next step. If you attend Creekstone, the … Continue reading Church Membership: Five Strands of Biblical Evidence
This coming Sunday, Aug. 23, is not only Creekstone's 5th Anniversary, but it is our annual "Welcome Back Pot-Luck" for our new and returning UNG students. With upwards of 200 students expected this Sunday (a possible attendance of 400 or more), we are asking evah-body to bring TWO dishes. Yes ma'am,TWO DISHES! It is going to … Continue reading Welcome Back Pot-Luck Sign Up