"True Hope"

by Jesse Hicks
Sun, May 15, 2022

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Sun, Jul 04, 2021
God and Country Day
Sun, Jun 27, 2021
If “What’s the point of the Bible?” were a question on Family Feud, there’s a good chance one of the top survey responses would be “sharing the gospel.” Have you ever wondered what the gospel is? The word “gospel” means news. It is the news about who Jesus Christ is, what He has done, and how that changes everything for all of us. In this closing message we will learn why the Gospel is so important in the mission of the church.
Sun, Jun 20, 2021
In spite of the global pandemic, God is moving in the country of India. One of the organizations making an impact is FAAM – the For All Mankind Movement. Since 2009, they have baptized over 65,000 believers and planted over 4000 churches. Creek’s End is honored to partner with them through giving as well as short term mission trips. Kevin Philips, the founder of FAAM, is our guest speaker.
Sun, Jun 13, 2021
Passage: Matthew 28:16
Series: The Mission
The Great Commission has been and is the foundation for evangelism and cross-cultural missions work in Christian theology. Because Jesus gave final instructions for His followers to go to all nations and that He would be with them even until the very end of the age, Christians of all generations have embraced this command. As many have said, it was not "The Great Suggestion." In this opening message we find Jesus commanded his followers from every generation to put our faith into action and to go make disciples.
Sun, Jun 06, 2021
Passage: John 15:1
Series: "I Am"
Jesus uses the image of a vine and its branches to describe life in Him. In this seventh "I am" statement, Jesus declares, "I am the true vine." Like branches that depend on a tree or vine, we only have true life when we are connected to Jesus. Only when we are attached to Him are we "tapped into" God. Jesus provides our sustenance for the daily challenges of living.
Sun, May 23, 2021
Passage: John 8:12 & John 3:16
Series: "I Am"
Sun, May 16, 2021
Did Jesus ever get tired? Yes, He did, just as we all do. Even though he was perfect, His body still needed rest. The attention from the crowds kept him busy. When he healed people, it cost him strength and energy. We can identify with the heart of Jesus when we pull away now and then to rest in and commune quietly with our Heavenly Father.
Sun, May 09, 2021
Anxiety. It can be physiological, it can be emotional, it can be situational, it can even be spiritual. And when we feel anxious, we ask questions like: Am I failing God? Have I let God down? Is it a sin to be anxious? We do know that hours before He was crucified, Jesus felt overwhelming anxiety. His response may help us find relief from what we are feeling in our troubled heart.
Sun, May 02, 2021
What do you do with feelings of anger? Anger can very quickly lead to unproductive and very destructive sin, but is the emotion of anger in and of itself, a sin? It could be that many relationships today are hurting because people are letting their anger drive them to sin. In this message we’ll discover how Jesus dealt with anger and how we can be angry in a way that honors God.
Sun, Apr 25, 2021
Passage: Luke 7:11
Jesus was God in the flesh and yet He was a human being and He expressed and felt very real emotions. He felt anxiety, anger, compassion, and profound sadness. One writer has said that in the four Gospels Jesus expressed 39 emotions. God has given us those same emotions and by looking at Jesus and how He faced them can help us in how we respond and react when we are hurt.
Sun, Apr 18, 2021
Sun, Apr 11, 2021
Series: Worship
Everybody worships. No one taught us how to worship. We just know how to worship. We’re passionate about something. That’s worship. God wants us to understand the depth of worship. True worship is not just what happens in here, it’s what happens out there.
Sun, Apr 04, 2021
Series: Easter
Sun, Mar 28, 2021
Passage: Psalms 145:1
Series: Worship
Many grew up with the idea that worship was an event. It consisted of singing a few songs, taking an offering, listening to a message and going home. But it has to be more than that. Perhaps our definition of worship is out of whack. When we learn what it really is, there is so much we can benefit from it.