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How does a relationship with God look like - how does it work? Churches are great at telling people they need a relationship with God and they often tell us things we need to do in order to have a relationship with God; But, not many Christians talk about what this actually looks like. In this message, Paul begins a discussion to do just that.…
 
Truth is, having a relationship with Jesus is different than our other relationships. It can seem mysterious and at times it can be very challenging. If this is true, then it might mean that the practices in which we grow in our relationship with Jesus may also be different, mysterious, and, at times, challenging. In this message, we begin to explo…
 
Discipleship can be described in many ways, but it essentially means to live your life following Jesus. So, what does following Jesus entail? Well, here at Cibolo Creek we have narrowed it down to three main ideas: being with Jesus, becoming like Jesus, and doing what Jesus did. In this message, Joe Tepe introduces this concept and emphasizes, that…
 
We continue our discussion of God's Kingdom by celebrating the birth of the King - Jesus Christ. There are many different conclusions that people have come to regarding the story of Jesus's birth, his identity, and his significance. At the end of the day, however, the only conclusion that matters is yours. So, what do you say about Jesus? Is he you…
 
What is God's will and how is it carried our in God's Kingdom? In Part 1 of this series, we discussed the Kingdom of God. To help us do this, we examined the Lord's Prayer (Matt. 6:9-13): "Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come". In this message, we discuss God's Will and what it means for us: "your will be done, on earth as…
 
Whether you have repeated the phrase "Thy Kingdom Come" a thousand times or this is your first time hearing it, many of us are unaware that we live inside the context of a Kingdom, ruled by a sovereign, almighty King; Moreover, we may be even more unaware that there exists an opposing kingdom, who is at war with us everyday. In this series, we expl…
 
In the final week of our series, "Thermostats & Thermometers" on how to set the spiritual temperature in your home, Paul addresses the challenges that come with parenting a child who is far from God and some Biblical principles to help them in doing so.저자 Cibolo Creek Community Church
 
When it comes to “leadership is influence,” there is no debate that parents were intended by God to be the leaders of their family. In part 2 of this series, Paul shares five recommendations on how to increase the likelihood of your children growing up with a sincere faith in Jesus.저자 Cibolo Creek Community Church
 
In this episode, Paul and Wyatt discuss how God designed the Church community to be a place of restoration, friendship, love, and healing; However, there is a tension between that design and the fact that sin still exists within it - people are still people, even if they are inside a church. So how are we to handle this tension? How do we engage co…
 
The family is often said to be the bedrock of society. Assuming that is the case, if we want to see change in our society, it starts in the home. In part one of our new series, Paul begins the conversation on how we can all be more intentional in setting the temperature of our home as the thermostat, rather than reading it as a thermometer. Series:…
 
In this episode, Paul and Wyatt discuss how God designed the Church community to be a place of restoration, friendship, love, and healing; However, there is a tension between that design and the fact that sin still exists within it - people are still people, even if they are inside a church. So how are we to handle this tension? How do we engage co…
 
You may have heard churches talk about "giving" or "tithing", but many times they don't talk about the "why" behind it. It is much more than giving a local church money so they can operate - It is an act of trust in God and obedience to His will. In this message, Paul unpacks what giving/tithing is and why we practice it today.…
 
In today's technological world, we are more connected than ever; However, for many of us, we often feel more isolated and alone. This is because we need a meaningful, authentic relationships where we are fully known - not just all the good, but the messy as well. God created us for this type of connection and the church is to be this type of commun…
 
Jesus lived His life in a very different way than most people of His day. So much so, that it completely flipped the way of the "religious" world upside-down. Now, Jesus invites His followers - He invites you - to live the way He did in His upside-down kingdom. In this message, Pastor Kristin Burford shares what makes living like Jesus so unlike th…
 
When we think of what it means to worship, we often think about singing songs, whether that be at a Sunday service or in some other context. Worship, however, is more than just music and singing. In this message, we discover the fuller understanding of what worship is all about.저자 Cibolo Creek Community Church
 
Jesus came to earth with a clear mission: to seek and save the lost. When He left, he gave us a mission too - the Great Commission. Jesus instructed His followers, the early Church, to "go and make disciples". That commission remains the same for the Church today, for Cibolo Creek, and for you. In this message, Joe Tepe discusses what this Great Co…
 
If we believe the future is bright if we follow Christ and His design for how we live, we should want to share it with others. In part 3 of this series, we discuss the importance and need for us to share our faith with those around us. It doesn't need to be scripted or awkward, sharing your faith is just about doing life with someone and sharing wh…
 
"The future is bright if we remain committed to the values, the priorities, and the behaviors God has promised to bless." In this weeks message, Paul introduces us to a new series and the ways in which God calls us to enjoy His blessings as we honor His design for our lives as His followers.Sunday, September 4, 2022…
 
This is part two of Paul and Wyatt's discussion over the question: "Is the Church failing young people"? Church Attendance has been decreasing for years. Many young people drop out of church - or their faith altogether - after high school. Christianity is becoming less and less culturally relevant. So, is the Church failing young people? If so, why…
 
We all want to have a positive impact on the world. We all want to make a difference. We all want to make the world better for the generations to come. Many of us, however, don't feel like that's what we are doing. Some people feel like their jobs are meaningless, some simply don't know how to have a positive impact, and some don't believe they eve…
 
Church Attendance has been decreasing for years. Many young people drop out of church - or their faith altogether - after high school. Christianity is becoming less and less culturally relevant. So, is the Church failing young people? If so, why? And if not, what is going on?저자 Cibolo Creek
 
In the community of faith, God gave adults the responsibility to pass their faith onto children. While this is the primary responsibility of parents, it is not solely a parent’s responsibility. The community of faith sees all children, teens, and young adults as part of the legacy they leave for the future of Gospel; the Church of tomorrow.Sunday, …
 
In this episode, Paul and Wyatt discuss another question from from our Q&A Sunday: Should we shield our kids from evil, or expose them to it? Our kids are up against a lot these days, which means their parents are too. We hope to provide to insight into what our kids are facing and how parents can best lead them through it.…
 
Paul and Wyatt sit down with Jeremy Affeldt. Jeremy is a 3x World Series champ, author, speaker, humanitarian, outdoorsman, and dad. In our discussion, Jeremy tells about his formative years, his time in MLB, his experience parenting three boys, and the lessons he has learned through all of it.저자 Cibolo Creek
 
In the community of faith, God gave adults the responsibility to pass their faith onto children.While this is the primary responsibility of parents, it is not solely a parent’s responsibility. The community of faith sees all children, teens, and young adults as part of the legacy they leave for the Church of tomorrow.Sunday, August 7, 2022…
 
In this weeks episode, Paul and Wyatt continue their discussion with Cibolo Creek's Adult Ministries Pastor, Kristin Burford. We discuss yet another question from our Q&A Sunday: What is the Biblical perspective on women serving in ministry and cultural differences around that topic? (Part 2)저자 Cibolo Creek
 
Guest Speaker Jeremy Affeldt joins us and shares his perspective on Practice and Superstitions and how the practice of faith prepares you for life. Jeremy is a 3-time World Series Champion, author, public speaker, humanitarian, outdoorsman and dad. His baseball career spanned 14-years with the Kansas City Royals, Colorado Rockies, Cincinnati Reds a…
 
Batter Up! Our first relief pitcher is taking the stage in week 7 of our Get in the Game series. Adult Ministry Pastor, Kristin Burford, shares what Baseball Moms and the 7th Inning Stretch can teach us about God’s call to be different in our world.Sunday, July 17, 2022저자 Cibolo Creek Community Church
 
In this weeks episode, Paul and Wyatt are joined by Cibolo Creek's Adult Ministries Pastor, Kristin Burford. We talk about Kristin's story, who she is, and her path to being a Pastor. We also begin to discuss yet another question from our Q&A Sunday: What is the Biblical perspective on women serving in ministry and cultural differences around that …
 
This episode is the second part of our discussion on the LGBTQ+ community: what it is, how it is affecting broader culture, and how a Follower of Christ can respond in love without compromising their beliefs. This topic came from Cibolo Creek's Q&A Sunday service. Once a year, Pastor Paul Wilson fields questions from the audience and answers to the…
 
To follow Jesus, is to embark on the adventure of living a better, more fulfilling life. Like moving around the bases in the game of baseball, we are called to spiritual growth and maturity as we deepen our walk with Christ. In this weeks message, Paul shares more about what that path to maturity looks like, step-by-step.Sunday, July 10, 2022…
 
This episode is the first part of our discussion on the LGBTQ+ community: what it is, how it is affecting broader culture, and how a Follower of Christ can respond in love without compromising their beliefs. This topic came from Cibolo Creek's Q&A Sunday service. Once a year, Pastor Paul Wilson fields questions from the audience and answers to the …
 
Like a pitch, life comes at you fast, sometimes with twists and turns, making it really difficult to handle. But what we need to remember about difficulty in life is that our Heavenly Father didn’t promise to protect us from it but to walk with us through it. The question is, “will we go through it with Him?”Sunday, July 3, 2022…
 
In this episode, we wrap up our discussion on redemptive community and the necessity of being in community. In our culture, it is easy to fall into our own individual silos of thought, family, politics, hobbies, and yes, faith. It is crucial that we refrain from this. Following Jesus is meant to be done in good company.…
 
In this episode, Paul and Wyatt discuss the necessity of community for the Christian life. We talk about what a "redemptive community" is, the role community plays within the Church, and why it's so important to follow Jesus alongside other people. This is part one of a two-part discussion.저자 Cibolo Creek
 
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