Welcome to Pine Creek
Church of the Brethren
When you come to our church, you will meet a warm Christian family that will make you feel right at home. And just like a family, we have moms and dads, brothers and sisters, children and older adults, grandparents and grandchildren. Everyone is a part of our spiritual family through our primary relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord. And we all have a part to play. We call this our vital spiritual connection! In I Corinthians chapter 12, the Bible tells us that when we are in Christ, each member is a part of a spiritual family, which is called the Body of Christ. In addition, we're told that every person has a vital part to play in the way the family functions. In other words: I can't do it without you, and you can't do it without me! So just like a family, we work together to be at our best for one another and for the Lord. That's a powerful combination. And that's the vital connection you'll find at Pine Creek Church of the Brethren.
The Kids Club post this past week was so amzing and powerful I had to put it here for a few weeks!
Kid's Club 6/17/14: Do you remember the day you accept the Lord Jesus Christ as your Savior? You may not have written down the date or time; but do you remember where you were, what
you were wearing, who was with you? I remember. I was 6 years old and very, very sure that I was a sinner (no doubt about that part) and I knew God could not let sin inside his perfect
Heaven home. I knew Jesus had to die so that His blood could wash away my sins. After church on Wednesday night, I asked my mom to help me pray and ask Jesus into my heart right there
beside my bed. And then the next day, I marched across my front yard, rang the doorbell on the neighbor's house, and told Susie all about it. I told her she was my very best friend and I
did not want her to have to spend forever in hell when we both got old and died. A few weeks later, Susie asked Jesus to save her too. Did you know that one of the evidences of true
salvation is an aching burden that drives us to win our friends and loved ones to Christ? Rahab had that same aching drive to save her family. She was convinced that the God of Israel was
the one true, Almighty God. She acknowledged Him as her own and convinced her family too. Whatever her life had been in the past, she and "all her kindred" were now grafted into God's chosen
people. How do I know? Read Matthew 1:1-17. Rahab was the great-great-grandmother of David the King and an ancestor to Christ's earthly family. What a rescue! Next week,
what went wrong at Jericho?
Mrs. Beth Ann
Continuing the work of Jesus.
Peacefully. Simply. Together.
Pine Creek Church
of the Brethren
25075 Stanton Road
North Liberty, IN 46554
Steve Van Houten
Child Care provided
in our Nursery