In this Sunday's message, we are going to touch on the hypostatic union. As Dave Mathis writes, “The hypostatic union is the mysterious joining of the divine and the human in the one person of Jesus." Mysterious and controversial. In the centuries immediately following the writing of the New Testament, there were a number of church … Continue reading 4 Reasons Why Jehovah’s Witnesses are Mistaken About Jesus
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 message for Sunday, Aug. 9, 2015.
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In John 1:20, John the Baptizer makes a profound denial. Peter had denied knowingthe Christ. But here, John denies being the Christ, saying firmly, “I am NOT the Christ.” Hmmm… That just may be a new mantra for me. Not that I would ever be confused with Jesus. However, my flesh wants the glory of Jesus, and longs to be … Continue reading “I am Not the Christ”
Based on John 6:1-15, here are 5 ways to grow a stronger faith: 1. Consider every challenge a test of faith 2. Acknowledge your lack of resources and ability 3. Never underestimate the power of God 4. Expect the miraculous 5. Plan for the miraculous For an applied explanation of these ways to grow, just … Continue reading 5 Ways to Grow a Stronger Faith
This is the Creekstone message for Sunday, April 12.
This is a special message on leadership delivered for Creekstone on Sunday, March 29, 2015.
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This is the Creekstone message from Sunday, March 1, 2015. What if the pathway to happiness is not making much of ourselves, but making much of Jesus?
This the Creekstone message from Sunday, February 8, 2015.
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.
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This is the kick-off message to our new sermon series in the Gospel of John.
This is Creekstone's 2014 Christmas message. Enjoy!
In the opening chapter of John's Gospel, he introduces two individuals: Jesus and (another) John, Jesus' cousin (the one known for baptizing). John the Baptizer grew quite famous as a preacher in those days, and I suppose it could have gone to his head. He could have begun to think that he was important. Indispensable. … Continue reading I Am Not the Christ
This the the fourth of four messages in our series, Unfathomable. Be encouraged!
Here is an outline for tomorrow's (Aug. 26) message from John 4, entitled, "Worship is for the Thirsty." I. A Thirsty Woman, II. An Empty Well, III. And a Flowing Spring IV. All Teach Us About... the Purpose of Worship
John 15:1-5 tells us that spiritual vitality is not the result of attending seminary, receiving ordination or serving as the leader of a Bible study or small group. In these verses, Jesus shows us that just as branch receives life from its connection to the vine, his disciples receive life from their connection to him. Spiritual vitality … Continue reading The Irony of Spiritual Fruitfulness
Here are some thoughts on the "new birth" from John 3... I need more than a good teacher or guru... I must be "born again" (vv. 1-3) The "new birth," or regeneration, is not a physical birth, but a spiritual birth- see also Eph. 2:1-5 (vv. 4-7) Regeneration is a work of God the Holy … Continue reading I Don’t Need a Guru