The picture of Jesus washing his disciples’ dirty, sweaty, and dusty feet is incredibly humbling to me—His quiet, bold love toward the 12 and also the humility required to allow the Savior to wash a particularly disgusting part of their bodies. I relate to Peter when he asks, “Master, you wash my feet?” It just…

“All glory to God, who is able, through His mighty power at work within us, to accomplish infinitely more than we might ask or think. Glory to Him in the church and in Christ Jesus through all generations forever and ever.” Ephesians 3:20-21, NLT Looking at the physical culmination of Project: Renewal, you can’t help…

What was the Star in Matthew 2? The answer to this question has to be “a miracle” since there are a great many variables to say with any sort of certainty that it was any particular stellar event.  It appeared in the east:  if Persia is meant then it is perhaps a two year journey…

We Three Kings? The story of the Magi is filled with images of the “three kings” riding camels in robes and crowns, carrying chests of gold, etc. Typically this event is celebrated on Epiphany, on January 6 the last of the 12 days of Christmas. Of all of the events surrounding the birth of Jesus,…

The Sign of Immanuel – Matthew 1:18-23 In the carol Silent Night, we sing the words “Round yon Virgin, Mother and Child, Holy infant so tender and mild.” This well know Christmas carol was written in 1816 by an Austrian priest named Joseph Mohr and set to music two years later by Franz Gruber. It…

These are exciting times in the life of Rush Creek Bible Church. There is so much to anticipate as a result of not only physical renova- tion and new spaces coming online, but a renewed passion to steward the opportunities afforded by what God is doing in and through Rush Creek. And speaking of increased…

The Original Sign of Immanuel – Isaiah 7:1-14 At Christmas we are used to hearing about the “sign of Immanuel” and that the “virgin will conceive a child.” Rarely does a Christmas sermon look back to the original context of the Immanuel passage. But Matthew may very well have intended his readers to remember the…

These are exciting times in the life of Rush Creek Bible Church. There is so much to anticipate as a result of not only physical renovation and new spaces coming online, but a renewed passion to steward the opportunities afforded by what God is doing in and through Rush Creek. There are still literally hundreds of details to…

God Will Visit His People – Luke 1:68 In Luke 1:5 we are introduced to Zechariah and Elizabeth, the parents of John the Baptist. Like many couples in the Old Testament, they were childless and too old to have any children, yet Zechariah is told by the angel Gabriel that his wife will have a…

As we set aside this time of year to reflect on the things for which we are thankful, take time to consider Project: Renewal and the reasons our facility and building is being renewed: 1) 18 years of increasing ministry activity in a well-worn facility 2) God placing Rush Creek in the middle of the…

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