Learn what a goad is, why it is more effective than a swimming noodle, and how it pertains to the words of Ecclesiastes in the latest sermon on wisdom:
Creston Anti-Racism Team (CART) invites you to an evening of worship and Gospel reflection on Martin Luther King Jr.'s question: in a time of strife, racism, and poverty, what will we choose? Will we choose a way that makes for prosperity and peace for all? Will we loose the chains of injustice? Monday, January 15, from 6:30-8:30pm at Millbrook CRC.
Listen to this sermon from Proverbs to hear about why wisdom is like a person we should get to know, not like a list of things to memorize.
On December 31, Sam Lee preached from 2 Kings 5:1-19. After an encounter with Israel's God, Naaman wrestles with integrating his new faith while returning home to his old lifestyle.
Here it is! Hear the last, fourth, and final sermon in this year's Advent series.
Hear the third sermon in this year's Advent series:
This week we begin a new sermon series for the season of Advent, as we look forward to celebrating Jesus' birth at Christmas and anticipate his coming again. Listen to hear about the historical context of John the Baptist's words and how they apply to us today.
Hear Lance Kraai's sermon about how Jesus' words to Peter and the miraculous catch of fish have implications for how we live our lives today.
If you haven't heard, Creston Church is meeting for morning worship in the fellowship hall of New City Church (214 Spencer, one block east) until our church boiler/heater is repaired. We will meet at New City at 10am on Sundays until further notice. We were not able to record last week's sermon from 10/29, but we do have a recording from this past Sunday, 11/5. Click below to hear Chadd Huizenga's sermon on the Feeding of the 5000, from John 6.
Hear Pastor Sean's sermon on John 4, the second sermon in the series "Signs of Heaven"
Hear seminary intern Chadd Huizenga's sermon from Matthew 6: "Do Not Worry"