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  • Mountain Creek Church Of Christ

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Our mission is to disciple believers and share the Gospel with our neighbors.

Recent Sermons

Hard to Love - Kyle Shrum

Hard to Love – Kyle Shrum

This sermon discusses different groups that Jesus tells us to love. The lesson focuses on the difficulties of living up to Jesus’ call for us to love our enemies, strangers, and our friends.

Remembering Who Taught You

Remembering Who Taught You

Mother’s Day Bird feeding hatchlings on porch I. Women Can Teach the Word A. Timothy mentioned in several books: 1. Romans, 1 Corinthians (sent), Hebrews (released) B. Timothy listed as co-author: 1. 2 Corinthians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 and 2 Thess.,…

Good News for the Guilty

Good News for the Guilty

1 Corinthians 15:9-10 Series: The Gospel Is Good News Resurrection: Jesus Is God, Overcame Death, Forgives Sin, Eternal Life 1 Corinthians 15:9–10 9 For I am the least of the apostles, and not fit to be called an apostle, because…

Why Is the Gospel Good News?

Why Is the Gospel Good News?

1 Corinthians 15:1-10 euangelion – battlefield victory, birth of royal heir, electoral victory Series: good news for the guilty, ignorant, lonely, poor, rejected First, why is it called “good new” – what are we talking about? I. What Is the…

Events

Bulletin Articles

Will God Take Care of Me?

High-pitched, raucous squeaking suddenly pierces the quiet morning. I walk to the door and look out across the porch. At the top of one of the pillars under the overhanging roof, three small beaks are barely visible above the edge of the bird’s nest. All three beaks are chirping as fast and as loud as they can. Standing on the side of…

Blooms and Blossoms

Color has exploded onto the landscape. Soft reds, bright pinks, pale yellows, and deep whites dot the lawns and lanes. Fruit trees, iris, azaleas, and dozens of other plants proudly proclaim the welcome renewal of spring. But we know the beauty will soon give way to deep greens, humidity, and the sound of lawn mowers. The rapid change of spring is part…

Almost There

On my way to the office earlier this week I was stopped by a train crossing the tracks at Thrasher Pike. This happens at least 3-4 days per week, so it’s something I’ve become accustomed to. As is often the case the train began to slow down. I have seen them stop on the tracks before, shutting down the highway for what…