Read Pastor Steve Gregg’s article What Pastors Want From Their Elder Board on the EFCA.org website.
Read Pastor Steve Gregg’s article A Rally for Hate That Left Us Focused on Love on the EFCA.org website.
This past Sunday evening we have the first of two classes on parenting at Creekside, titled Gospel Centered Parenting. The goal of the class was to walk through aspects of the Gospel and make connections to how we parent our … Continue reading
Today is my sabbath day and that means it is a good day. It comes after an busy fall kickoff to a new academic year, which is a vital part of the rhythm of life in a college town. Every … Continue reading
I remember the first time I heard someone calculated the number of hours someone spends at a job over the course of an average lifetime. To be honest, it was quite depressing. To spend so many hours doing something you … Continue reading
One of the most common conversations I have with people is the discussion of how to balance a family’s busyness with serving and being involved in the church. If we’re honest, it’s an issue for most of us. I used … Continue reading
When you’re in ministry, there are days that seem like losses and there are days that seem like wins. Before you say it, as a good Calvinist, I know God is sovereign and He always wins. But it doesn’t mean … Continue reading
As a church, we are going through the first chapters of Acts during our Sunday morning worship. In these early chapters, we are seeing two decidedly different responses to the Gospel: repentance and faith in some and increasing hostility in … Continue reading
Here is a link for the Spiritual Gifts Test that Pastor Steve Gregg mentioned in his sermon today (January 26th, 2014).
Creekside’s Vision Statement: “All the while the church is to be the place we find the familial bonds we all long for, with all of us, married or single, being shaped more and more into the pattern of biblical manhood … Continue reading