I Have a Question for You.
A new sermon series that explores questions that God has asked us and how these questions remain relevant in today's culture.
We're all about the heart.
Join us at the Fishers YMCA this Sunday at 9:30 a.m. for a timely word from God, uplifting music, and the chance to meet some good people who love Jesus. Children’s ministry is provided for newborns through 5th grade in the beautiful and secure child watch area. No YMCA membership is necessary to come to yChurch.
Join us at the Fishers YMCA for Sunday worship at 9:30 a.m., with children’s ministry provided for newborns through 5th grade.
YMCA membership not necessary to come to yChurch!
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Man, it’s cold outside! But that doesn’t stop us from farming. In tomorrow’s final message in our Financial Fitness series, we’re digging into the laws of the harvest. Every farmer lives by them. Master gardeners learn them. And we all do well to discover them. The laws of the harvest work, whether or not we…
In our special Christmas offering last month, God’s people stepped up and gave a radically generous $5,525 to fund our ministry here in Fishers, to support our international workers in 81 nations, and to bless those impacted so harshly by Hurricane Sandy. Way to go, church! Our relief money is being channeled through Compassion And Mercy Associates,…
Hurricane Sandy is out of sight and therefore out of mind for most of us. Not for Andy, a fellow church member from Long Island years back. Andy and Nancy lived in a waterfront home on Long Island’s South shore with their kids. The day the hurricane was due to hit, Andy posted this on…
Because of the inspiring music? Impactful preaching? Exciting children’s program? If we go to church in hopes of getting something out of it, then we become consumers and church becomes a product. Churches segment and market around personal taste and affinity. Not very compelling, is it? One of my peers, David Fitch, holds out three…
I love God stories, and this is one of them! Fall Creek Community Church has always been a good church in a plain little building. Great chunk of land in a great location, but the building doesn’t reflect who we are. We didn’t build it, but we bought it. And we’ve used it to bless the…
My previous blog entry from a week ago celebrates generous giving as our members gave $5,477 away on Easter Sunday for the things that matter most. The new total with all funds tallied is a radically generous $11,615!
I couldn’t be prouder. Leading up to Easter Sunday, everyone at Fall Creek knew we were going to give 100% of the offering away so that we can reach those who are far from God and lift up those who suffer in poverty.
While skiing in Maine a few days ago, I came across several skiers gathered around a guy who was face-down in the snow. A member of the ski patrol arrived about the same time I did. I stopped and offered to assist as needed, since I was an EMT years ago.
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