The beginning of the story of Joseph and his fancy coat.
Why do we have elders at Clear Creek? What do our elders actually do and how are they chosen? On this episode, Rachel Chester talks with Aaron Lutz and Dave Vanderweide about the biblical call for eldership and a glimpse into what this looks like at Clear Creek Community Church.
On this episode, a familiar face gets a new name and has a wrestling match with God.
Ever wonder how your favorite song came to be? On this episode, Ryan Lehtinen talks with worship leaders Aric Harding and Tanner Smith about collaboration and the creative process that goes into writing a song. They also discuss the story behind Clear Creek Community Church’s latest song “Fighting Words.”
On this episode, the story of Jacob continues. Be sure to listen to “Jacob, pt. 1” first if you haven’t already heard it.
On this episode Rachel Chester talks with Lindsey Lehtinen, a licensed therapist, about the unique struggles that children and teens go through and how the gospel applies to them. They also discuss how parents can disciple their children in this season.
Are you experiencing cabin fever? In this season where many of us have spent more time than usual at home, you’ve probably felt the urge to go outside and enjoy the world around us. On this episode, Ryan Lehtinen talks with Greg Poore about enjoying God’s creation as a way to worship him. So go outside, take a walk as you listen to this episode, and gain a greater appreciation for God’s fingerprints on everyday life.
Becoming Worldly Saints by Michael Wittmer
The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry by John Mark Comer
With Esau threatening to kill him, Jacob must flee to live with his uncle more than 500 miles away. Find out what happens on his journey in this episode of Who’s in the Bible.
While many things are different right now, one thing that is not new is the reality of mom guilt. In fact, many moms feel the pressure of not doing enough or being enough even more in this season. On this episode, Rachel Chester talks with Jennefer Arrington and Mandy Turner about what mom guilt is, where it comes from, and how we can encourage each other to find freedom and rest from it.
Isaac and Rebekah have twin boys that are not only surprisingly different, but behave in ways you wouldn’t expect. Listen to this episode for the story of Esau and Jacob.