Creek's End Family & Friends,
One of the important doctrines of the church is the “priesthood of the believer”. This priesthood includes everyone, including women. Women's ministry arises out of Scripture. Paul encouraged women to teach, nurture and help each other become mature Christians (Titus 2:3-5). Women's ministry provides an opportunity to get together as sisters in the Lord, where being a Christian is the common ground, with the goals of strengthening relationships with Jesus and with each other.
After a long search, I am happy to introduce our new Women’s Ministry Coordinator Kelsey Burns. Kelsey grew up in Jersey Village, and graduated from Culinary Institute Lenotre with a degree in Culinary Arts and Hospitality. After working in the hospitality industry for 9 years, she began a new career path in commercial insurance for the oil and gas industry. She loves to plan events where women can bring other women to fellowship and hear Biblical truth, all while being taught in an environment that makes women feel special! Kelsey and her husband David moved to Tomball in 2015. They have three sons and one daughter and have been serving in Creeks Kids for the past year. She is passionate about connecting women and encouraging them to grow to their greatest potential in Christ.
Kelsey came to me with a great testimony and a great vision, so I’m excited to have her on board. She is giving the Women’s Ministry a new name and a fresh graphic that mirrors her vision for women – Radiant Women’s Ministry. As Coordinator, she will assemble a team of women to help her plan to minister to the needs of women both inside and outside of Creek’s End.
Here is what is happening at Creek’s End…
THE RECIPE FOR SUCCESSFUL PARENTING CONCLUDES
Friends determine the direction and quality of our lives. It is important to have someone in your child’s life that will affirm what you have taught them. I will close this series by leading us to ask two important questions when it comes to our child’s relationships outside of home. Join us Sunday for SET THE TEMPERATURE.
FAMILY MONTH ENDS
I hope you have celebrated family month at Creek’s End and looked for opportunities to spend time as a family. In reality, your family should be important every month. Continue to spend time with them! This Sunday we are encouraging families to worship together in one service. (No ABS, Creek Kids or Pulse, only WeeWorld) There are special sermon notes just for the kids.
Bring the whole family to our Family Picnic on Sunday, April 29. There will be food, games, and a waterslide for the kids. Cost is $5 per person, $20 max per family. The picnic is from 5:00 to 8:00 PM. Tickets will be on sale in the Atrium at the Information Desk.
This week our flooring is being installed in the new building so we’re getting close. Water and electric are being added to the Prayer Garden. To date we have raised over $146,000 of the $150,000 needed to complete our projects. Just $4,000 more and we will reach our goal. We will continue to leave this fund open until we raise the needed money to finish. You can still use the REACHING envelopes on Sundays or give at the Giving Kiosk or online.
NEW SERMON SERIES IN MAY
We are called to participate in God’s work. We are called to wash our windows to enhance the reflection of God in our lives. We are called to embrace the grace of God as our method of operation. We are called to be so Spirit-saturated that our cup is overflowing. Join us for THE PATH TO GLORY, a three-part series by Discipleship Pastor Jesse Hicks showing us how to reflect God’s glory. Here is the schedule…
MAY 6 – “STEP OUT IN TRUTH AND LOVE”
God has required those on His path to walk in love and grow in knowledge. In this message we will set our pace and pack our gear.
MAY 13 – “FOLLOW THE SIGNPOSTS”
God has marked our trail with signposts to ensure our safety and arrival. In this message we will explore the boundaries and celebrate the destination.
MAY 20 – “JOURNEY WITH JOY AND PURPOSE”
God has made His path a joy to walk. In this message we will discover the fulfillment of the hike.
COMMUNITY IMPACT EVENTS
In May we have one last event before summer
in which you can participate. On Thursday,
May 31 we will be feeding the teachers and
staff of Klein Oak High School. Contact
for more information.
See you this weekend,