Dr. George Grant wrote an article on the life of St. Patrick for Tabletalk Magazine in August of 2005. Below is an excerpt from that article that uncovers the true story of a remarkable life. Patrick was a younger contemporary of Augustine of Hippo and Martin of Tours — the fifth century heroes of the faith … Continue reading The True Story of St. Patrick
This Sunday at Creekstone is special for two reasons. (1) This Sunday we will commission our UNG students as cultural missionaries for the summer and beyond. If you are a student, join us as we pray for you and encourage you in the next leg of your faith journey. (2) This Sunday we welcome one … Continue reading UNG Student Commissioning This Sunday
Dr. Pete Anderson, the Executive Director for Trinity Center for World Mission, which this fall launched the Trinity Biblical Institute in Uganda, attends Creekstone with his wife, Martha. A long-time church planting pastor, his focus is now on planting churches and training leaders in Uganda. This is a real deal gospel-centered ministry that I hope … Continue reading Trinity Center for World Mission & TBI
Paul’s First Missionary Journey (Acts 13:4–14:26) A.D. 46–47 Barnabas and Paul first visited Barnabas’s home region of Cyprus before sailing to the southern region of Asia Minor. When they reached Perga in Pamphylia, John Mark left the group and returned to Jerusalem. Making their way to Antioch (in Pisidia), Iconium, Lystra, and Derbe, Paul and … Continue reading A Survey of Paul’s Missionary Journeys (with Maps)
Mary Ann and David Taylor are Creekstone's missionaries in Tanzania, Africa. Mary Ann has learned some significant lessons while being in Tanzania—lessons that just might come in hand some day for any of us. Here is her top ten list: Flipping a light switch doesn’t necessarily mean the light will come on. A dishwasher is … Continue reading Lessons from the Mission Field: The Top Ten List
The Stock family is about to depart for their ministry in South Asia! Read more about it at The Stock Update • Feb '13. Be encouraged that your giving to the Kingdom through Creekstone is making this possible!
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This is the Creekstone message for July 29, 2012.
Theme: When my guilt burden is lifted, a grace burden grows.
A friend of mine, Shawn Scheinoha, is in India producing a documentary to raise awareness of Indian orphans, but has become very, very ill. Will you consider praying for healing grace for him so that he can return home soon and safely. Here is a link to his project.
If you are a regular at Creekstone, you know that one of the biggest influences in my spiritual formation (my understanding of, experience with and teaching of the gospel) is Dr. Johnny Long. Not only has he preached twice at Creekstone, but also he and his wife, Becky, led our fall Marriage Conference. Now, he … Continue reading A Year-End Gift for a Special Friend to Extend the Gospel
A team of students and staff from Campus Outreach will be serving in South Africa doing campus ministry from this Wednesday through early July. Please pray for traveling mercies, a fruitful time sharing the wonders of the gospel and for a deep work of the Spirit to take place in their lives. Click on the … Continue reading Pray for These Folks
via vimeo.com Thanks to Jeff Schermerhorn for sharing this with me. Watched it with tears of gladness, and with conviction that I so underappreciate having the Scriptures in my own language.