By Steve Gregg
Last year I came across a documentary on Netflix about a group of folks who insist the earth is flat. Yes, in 2020, there are folks that think all of the photos taken of Earth from space are fake, that the earth is in fact flat and a vast conspiracy is keeping the world in the dark.
By Steve Gregg
Many years ago I heard someone who was often described as an eternal optimist as someone who could walk into a room full of manure and be happy, because they knew with such a big large pile, there HAD to be a pony in there somewhere! I think of that description often when I’m with certain people (like Eric Olson) who seem to be able to see the positive in almost any situation. It is a tremendously beneficial perspective and helpful to have around you.
By Michael Roop
I was a second-year seminary student when I visited a church because a pretty girl invited me. I was recovering from an injury that kept me from driving to my home church, and when she offered to pick me up and drive me to her church, I couldn’t say no!
This week our pastoral letter is actually an article written by one of our elders, Dr. Jay Lynch. Jay and his wife, Laura have attended Creekside since the 1990’s. We wanted to send this on to you all to read because it not only has valuable information to hear but it is also a wonderful example of how to integrate faith and work. Enjoy!
Creekside has always placed a high value on hospitality. Honestly, it’s one of the things that attracted me to this church. I love the fact that Creeksiders regularly open their homes, whether to share meals or to provide a respite for those who need a place to stay.