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VBS 2021
June 7th, 2021
By Nina SpencerIt is hard to believe that June has arrived, and we are once again preparing for Vacation Bible School!  Last year, with all the COVID precautions in place, we decided it would be best ...  Read More
Is it over yet...?
June 7th, 2021
By Steve GreggThe other night my family and I did an amazing thing: for the first time in over a year we went out to dinner as a family.  We sat inside at a table, enjoyed a meal, and actually bantere...  Read More
A Creekside Sabbatical
June 7th, 2021
By Steve GreggOne of the things that I appreciate so much about serving at Creekside is that I am part of a team of pastors.  There are many reasons and benefits for it (a topic for a future letter) b...  Read More
Heaven and Hell
May 21st, 2021
By Steve LammersI hate hell.  Sure, I check off all the boxes of right theology regarding the doctrine.  But I honestly hate even the thought of hell.  In fact, having had several loved ones die witho...  Read More
Faith Art
May 13th, 2021
By Leah Palmer | Guest AuthorWhat is art? Is art a faith-driven endeavor? Do the arts have a place in the church? If so, what IS that place? As Creekside’s Worship and Arts intern, I’ve spent the last...  Read More
In Our Father\'s Lap
May 7th, 2021
By Michael RoopI began 2021 with the goal of reestablishing my morning routine. Nothing fancy, just getting up at 6 AM, prioritizing coffee and time in God’s Word before the rest of the house wakes up...  Read More
On the Move
April 23rd, 2021
By Michael RoopThis blog is part three in a four-part series on the local church. Read parts one and two.I have a fence in my backyard, and for more than half the year, it is covered in vines. Thankfu...  Read More
A Living Organism
April 16th, 2021
By Michael RoopThis blog is part two in a four-part series on the local church. Read part one here.Often, when I get questions around why Christians need to be active members in a local church, those ...  Read More
The Hope of the World
April 14th, 2021
By Michael Roop“In God’s design, the local church is the hope of the world.” That’s a big statement, isn’t it. On the surface, it seems arrogant and self-serving, especially coming from a pastor. What...  Read More
Lenten Reflections: Psalm 130
March 31st, 2021
By Gianluca CuevaHave you ever felt like church on a Sunday morning was the last place you wanted to go? Perhaps you felt like the crippling guilt and shame of your sin from the previous week or even ...  Read More
Lenten Reflections: Psalm 102
March 17th, 2021
By Steve GreggThe psalms are an amazing gift in so many ways. It is first a collection of poetry that touches on a wide range of human emotions and pleas to God from His people in a wide range of situ...  Read More
Lenten Reflections: Psalm 51
March 17th, 2021
By Nina SpencerLent, the season of reflection and repentance as we prepare our hearts for Easter, is the perfect time to examine Psalm 51. This psalm was written by King David, who was described as “a...  Read More
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