About the Series

October/November 2020

Have you ever crafted anything? Perhaps your job allows you to design or make something for the benefit of other people? Maybe it’s a hobby you enjoy?

More than ever—since the launch of the industrial revolution—men and women are looking for opportunities to work with their hands in ways that are meaningful, excellent, and beautiful. In a world where many of us press buttons (or type on computers) for a living, creating something tangible can feel very rewarding. Thankfully, social media has promoted a reconceptualization of the way we all express creativity, collaboration, and craft.

So, why do we enjoy making things?

Whether it be a house or a birdhouse, a car or a model car, a solid-oak bookcase or an IKEA bookcase… God has hardwired us with a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment when a project is complete. It’s another evidence that He is the Maker of all things.

Join us each weekend of this 5-part series as we study God’s creation of the universe, angels, demons, and all of humanity… including men, women, and children of every nationality, ethnicity, and race. We’ll explore why God made all things and how the Bible explains their current condition.

While coinciding with the 6-month rollout of our new Member Statement of Faith, our prayer is that this series will inspire a greater love for your Maker and every good gift He has made.

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Member Statement of Faith

(In Progress)

Messages in this Series

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OCTOBER 22 & 25
On the Origin of Species

NOVEMBER 5 & 8
Who are the Angels and Why Should I Care?

NOVEMBER 12 & 15
Who are the Demons and Why Should I Care?
(Pastor Mike Graham)

NOVEMBER 19 & 22
Race, Racism, and the Glory of God

NOVEMBER 26 & 29
Why the World Needs Christmas

Recommended Books

50 Core Truths of the Christian Faith by Gregg Allison

This volume covers foundational doctrines of the nature and works of God, the Bible, God’s created beings, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, salvation, the church, and the end times. And each chapter features clear guidance for how to teach and apply the doctrine today.

Historical Theology: An Introduction to Christian Doctrine by Gregg Allison

Gregg Allison offers students the opportunity to study the historical development of theology according to a topical-chronological arrangement, setting out the history of Christian doctrine one theological element at a time.

Additional Series Resources

Sermon Series | Crafted

Sermon Series | Crafted

Begins Thursday, October 22 Have you ever crafted anything? Perhaps your job allows you to design or make something for the benefit of other people? Maybe it’s a hobby you...

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