• Mountain Creek Church Of Christ

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

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A Mother's Faith

A Mother’s Faith

A Mother’s Faith I. Generations of Faith A. Teach your children 1. Acts 16:1–2 Paul came also to Derbe and to Lystra. And a disciple was there, named Timothy, the son of a Jewish woman who was a believer, but…

What Is Faith

What Is Faith

Heb 11:1-8 I. Faith Defined A. ESV, NRSV, ASV – same as NASB 1. NIV confidence, assurance 2. KJV, NKJV substance, evidence B. Assurance – hupostasis 1. Suffix – hupo – under 2. Stasis – stationary – root of our…

Biblical Illiteracy

Biblical Illiteracy

Visit our website!! http://mtncreekcoc.com Like us on Facebook!! https://www.facebook.com/MountainCreekChurch/ Follow us on Instagram!! https://www.instagram.com/mountaincreekcoc/ OUTLINE: “Americans revere the Bible – but, by and large, they don’t read it. And because they don’t read it, they have become a nation of…

How to Interpret the Bible

How to Interpret the Bible

How To Interpret the Bible Ever have something that doesn’t work? Car won’t start, phone battery What if sometimes math didn’t work Balance checkbook, doesn’t match Keep looking until you find mistake Sometimes bank is wrong Math always works What…

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Bulletin Articles

A Close-Up

The light from her headband shines brightly into my eyes. My jaws are tired from holding them open while she probes by gums and examines my teeth. Pretty soon, I begin to wonder what she sees in my nose. She says she never even notices people’s noses – she only cares about teeth. But that seems impossible to me. She knows how…

Beneath the Surface

My wife and two daughters all have beautiful, lustrous hair. This week, I was reminded that long hair comes with a cost: clogged drains. The best way I have found to remove clogs from drains is a long plastic stick with barbs on both sides. You can buy one in a hardware store for less than five dollars. The stick is flexible…

Ready for the Storm

According to the Tennessee Valley Authority, 2018 was the wettest year on record for the Tennessee River Valley. That’s the most rain in 129 years and almost 36% more than the twenty-year average. This week, our city has received more than 6 inches of rain, and more than 8 inches for the month. This is already almost double the February average. Houses…

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