Don’t forget Christ this Christmas. Worship Christ this Christmas.
We guard our way according to God’s word. We seek God by not wandering from his word. We fight sin by storing up his word in our heart.
Great Commission Baptists describes who we are, not just where we originated. It describes what we’re about, more than where we are.
There is not the least part of this spiritual liberty that is not worth a thousand worlds.
Tomorrow, we vote. But today, tomorrow, and every day after, we trust God and pray.
There’s no better way for we who follow Christ to make him known than intentionally being present in our communities.
Four questions to consider if you’re frustrated by the slow pace of change in your life.
Grief points us to That Day. Grief corrects us from setting our hope in this day, and instead calls us to set our hope in That Day, the Day when God will right the wrongs, fix what has been broken, and make all things new.
Micah reminds us that faithfulness to God can have a lasting impact. Ordinary people (people like us!) can have an extraordinary influence on the world.
At Mountain Creek, you’ve heard us say “6 in 10”. That is, 6 in 10 of our nearest neighbors are not involved in a faith community. That was the result of a survey of homes located within a three-mile radius of Mountain Creek Baptist Church. The number is actually 62.4% and rising, according to the