Written That…

Creekside Bible ChurchSermon Series

Please not that this sermon will be preached on VBS Sunday with all the kids in the service. Expect it to vastly different from a normal Sunday teaching. Why did men who knew Jesus think it was important to write down certain events from his life? Why did thousands of people after them, over hundreds of years, painstakingly make thousands of copies of those writings? Why are those writings the most widely printed (and read) books in existence? In John 20:30-31 we find an answer to these questions. Please Share

Encounters

Creekside Bible ChurchSermon Series

The Gospels contain lots of stories about people meeting Jesus. The recounting of these experiences show that something about Jesus’ elicited a strong reaction. People didn’t always respond to Jesus positively, but they almost always responded passionately. This series of sermons examines stories of people who had encounters with Jesus and how it changed them. Please Share

The Lustful Prude

Creekside Bible ChurchSermon Series

Lust is a desire for something forbidden that dishonors God and disregards object. Like several of the seven deadly sins, it can seem harmless. This series of sermons is about why it is so dangerous and how we can stop doing it. Please Share

Spiritual Food

Creekside Bible ChurchSermon Series

Bread, milk, and meat are basic elements of the human diet. The authors of Scripture use these foods to describe the importance of ingesting God’s Word. Without the Bible a spiritual life will shrivel into an unhealthy skeleton of what it could be. But when it is read, its spiritual nourishment energizes, strengthens, and grows the reader. Many think they should read the Bible more; this series of sermons, on the Bible as spiritual food, offers people reasons they should want to. Please Share