Blog

Your Work Matters

If someone asked you why you work, what would you say? For some it’s their passion. For others it’s about their paycheck. For others, it’s simply meaningless or misery. In today’s sermon presentation, Pastor Ken presents a look at the very beginning of the Old Testament in the book of Genesis to see if there’s…

Read More

Come Enjoy the Life Like No Other

Beginning a new message series on 1 John in the New Testament… In an era marked by spiritual and moral confusion, John writes with laser-beam clarity. The first letter written by John delineates crucial contrasts: light vs. darkness, truth vs. error, right living vs. sin, loving God vs. worldly ways, and more. Led by God,…

Read More

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…

Read More

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…

Read More

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…

Read More

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…

Read More

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/

Read More

Stinking Thinking

A wise caution that just might sting: “Perhaps your foundation is a bit more political than biblical, more American than Christian, more earthly-minded than Kingdom of God minded. It’s easy to get stirred up by the news, but it takes prayer to find contentment and trust in God. A prayerful response: Lord, you understand how…

Read More

What's Law Got to Do With It?

Don’t you just love that moment when you catch the police in your rear-view mirror? Two things happen reflexively: your foot comes off the gas, and your eyes dart to the speedometer. Why? Because we know the law, yet break it. Beginning this Sunday, we’re devoting three weeks to exploring the relationship between the Christian…

Read More

What is the Way?

One of the most widely-held beliefs in contemporary Western culture is that if there is a heaven, just about everyone goes there. Most believe there are many ways to God, and that to say otherwise is intolerant. But is that true? Continuing the current teaching series “Why Believe,” Pastor Ken examines the most controversial claim…

Read More