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The gospel has an ethic

Posted by David Welch on

The gospel has an ethic. And that is an ethic that loves no matter what. That speaks out against and works against injustice in any society. And that suffers with those who suffer no matter how different they are than you and no matter how different their attitudes may be than yours.

The Ultimate Example

Posted by Candy Mclaughlin on

It’s my mother’s fault. I am a military brat, Air Force to be specific. We traveled all over the U.S., and so I didn’t attend the same schools or keep the same friends. What was a constant was watching my mom serve our country wherever Dad was stationed. She was the ultimate...

Wired for Relationship

Posted by Germaine Guerra on

Remember the movie Castaway? Tom Hanks’ character’s plane crashes, and he ends up on a deserted island. As he begins his first days, he finds a volleyball from the wreckage, crafts a face and names it Wilson. He basically fashions a community for himself. I find it very compelling...

Made, Loved and Friends Forever

Posted by Lisa Lee on

Our purpose in DiscoveryLand Preschool Ministry is to invest in those most precious to the heart of God. And each child that comes through our doors is a gift from him. We believe all children should know that God made them, God loves them, and Jesus wants to be their friend forever. Through...

What Is a Disciple?

Posted by Scott Bertrand on

If you spend much time with Bear Creek, you’ll almost certainly hear the word disciple. We understand our central mission to be making fully devoted, fully developing disciples of Jesus Christ, so we end up talking a lot about disciples and discipleship.  But disciple isn’t...

SHINE this summer

Posted by Aaron Morris on

Over the next week, our campus will be transformed into an underwater adventure as we get ready for VBS 2016. Hundreds of volunteers will invest countless hours in preparation for and completion of VBS. Each year, around 1,000 children from across the Cypress, Katy and Northwest Houston area...

Come and See

Posted by David Welch on

In John 4, the Gospel tells an extraordinary story full of the unexpected and unacceptable. The story begins with Jesus and his disciples traveling north from Jerusalem to Galilee. But Samaria was in the way. The Jewish people would not even set foot in Samaria because of an intense racial...

A Passport to the Gospel

Posted by Kim Goodall on

I have a confession to make - I don't have a passport despite the fact that for years my husband has tried to convince me to get one. That's a pretty big deal as a Christ follower, right? After all, Jesus did give His disciples - and us - a pretty clear marching order when He returned to...

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