The best leadership advice I've heard in 25 years

“The first job of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say thank you. In between, the leader is a servant.” So writes Max de Pree. I heard the first two lines of this quote more than 25 years ago. I have seen them proven true. And now that I know the…

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Moving Mountains

“I fear that we’ve been asking God to move mountains, forgetting that God also wants to move us. And in fact, it may be possible that we are the mountains that need to be moved.” Ouch. Could it be that at times, we’re part of the problem rather than part of God’s solution? That quote…

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What good is loneliness?

        Inside the Fishers YMCA chapel is a rack holding booklets about common and painful struggles. Seeing which titles are taken constantly reminds me of the hurts around us. Though we live in desirable Hamilton County, loneliness often hides behind the smile. For all its terrible pain, what good might come from our lonely times? I…

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$3 Worth of God, Please

Jesus consistently ranks as the most admired person in history. So why didn’t, and doesn’t, everyone follow him? tarting with today’s sermon, we’ll tackle and be tackled by things Jesus said that demand a response, where attempts to domesticate him just won’t do. Click on the sermon player below to listen and be challenged…

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He said what?!

Imagined Jesus speaks with a gentle British accent & reminds you of Mister Rogers. Nothing offensive. So why was he crucified? Be our guest this Sunday for a new teaching series on things Jesus said that you’ll never find on a Hallmark card. Easy to swallow? Nope. Good for the soul? You bet. Hope to see…

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Easter worship 9:30 this Sunday

Jesus is alive! And because he is, everything is impacted. Be our guest this Sunday for an Easter celebration that is anchored in the Bible and aimed at the heart. Everyone will receive a gift of flowers afterward. And as always, you’re invited to stay for refreshments afterward in the family area, where little ones can play…

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yChurch winter weather plan

When the weather outside is frightful, check our Blog page here or on yChurch’s Facebook page for updates. You can access yChurch’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ FallCreekCommunityChurch/ We always meet for Sunday worship unless county travel notices warn against doing so. You can access Indiana’s county by county travel status at http://www.in.gov/dhs/traveladvisory/

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Time is Short

It’s in our nature to want to be held, supported and loved. Even as infants, it’s easy to see we’re hard-wired that way. “It’s in our DNA.” In Romans 13:8-14, Paul reminds us how we ought to be there for one another even as God supports us. Click on the player below to listen to the sermon…

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The Christian and Goverment

Everyone would probably agree that government sometimes frustrates us. Sometimes government even seems at odds with what we personally think ethical and right. But does the government have a place in God’s plan and how we live? In Romans 13:1-7,  Paul provides some insight as to how Christians should respond to government and authority. Click the player…

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Kill 'em With Kindness

In a recent survey conducted by Esquire and NBC News, researchers found that 88% of all Americans are angry at least once per week. How does God want us to deal with anger and people in conflict with us? In today’s sermon from Romans 12:17-21, Pastor Ken Cavanagh directly shares how to deal with situations…

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