Divorce is a departure from the purposes of God. Jesus explained that provisions for divorce in the Old Testament were an accommodation to the hardness of people’s hearts and a necessary evil. Regardless of the circumstances, divorce signifies the fatality of the marriage vow. It’s the death of the dream, the breaking of the covenant, and the ending of “what should have been.” Jesus shows us that being committed in marriage for life is important to experiencing the good life.
The "Power of Oneness" Sunday format will resume when we're able to meet again on our campus as a church family. Meanwhile you'll find resources on our website at www.creeksend.org, including a weekly Bible study video message and printable study and sermon notes for the whole family.
(Power of Oneness -temporarily suspended- refers to the following: The Creek’s End Family gathers for Bible Study at 9:30 AM. Little Creek, Creek Kids, and E-Three Students will also meet during this time. At 11:00 AM we will worship TOGETHER, with only Little Creek meeting the second hour. We believe not only the Creek’s End family needs to worship together, but our individual families need to worship together as a family as well. )
We are all familiar with sayings such as "A man's word is his bond," or "A handshake is as good as a contract." These sayings belong to another age. We live in a world where contracts are worth only the paper they are written on, and promises are broken with impunity. Today, a man's word means little, and a handshake is merely a handshake. In this message we learn the good life consists of making sure we do what we say we will do. As the old Gaelic proverb says: There is no greater fraud than a promise not kept.
Online Worship Resources
On our website we have made it easy to access materials that are available for Sunday as we worship from home. Our SUNDAY RESOURCES page provides all the links you need – Sermon notes, Bible Study video, Live Stream, prayer requests, online giving and a Connection Card.