Every day is a new opportunity to be reminded of God's transforming power.
So each day, we'll use this space to share a new example of transformation. From stories to resources to commentary to devotions to tools we find useful, this will be a collection of hundreds of reminders that God changes us daily.
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If you have attended The Creek for any length of time, you know about our “orange buckets.” Because of your faithful giving we have some great stories of ... Read More
Every once in a while someone from The Creek stops me or sends me an e-mail asking about our response to the Syrian refugee crisis. I thought the start of a new ... Read More
I like sports. I'm no fanatic or anything, but I like sports. So the theme of this year's International Conference on Missions, “The Away Team”, made sense ... Read More
“You should come back in the summer. It’s much nicer in the summer.”
I heard that statement a lot during my week on Prince Edward Island, a large ... Read More
It hurt to look down. There was nothing to see but trash and streams of human waste eroding at the red dirt. To see all my sides was agony. The shacks slumped against ... Read More
Annual back-to-school kickoffs are nothing new for churches. In the fall, when programs are back in full swing and school is back underway, many churches organize an ... Read More
We stood there for quite some time, waiting for the open hands. My brand new orange reflector vest was spotted with the small droplets of rain that fell from the summer ... Read More
*This story contains a real conversation between real people. There are some abrasive themes and word choices within it. Please consider this as you read.
“Satan ... Read More
A few short weeks ago, we received an update from The Creek’s team in Zambia. They were there to serve with Kids Alive, a local children’s ministry. Here is ... Read More
What would my life look like if it wasn’t all about me?
That is the question that young Creeksters seem to keep asking. They can teach us a lot about what a ... Read More