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Recovery in Christ

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Scott Neal's Story of Spiritual Healing Through Jesus   Spiritual healing can be a long process. The good news however is that if one believes in the salvation of Christ, they are not alone in their healing. Cottonwood Creek's Scott Neal is a thankful believer in Jesus who is still in the process of healing from the struggles of alcoholism, pornography addiction, and co-dependency. For many years, Scott has lived with these hardships. However, by the grace of God and by...

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TOP 10 REASONS FOR NOT SERVING AT VBS

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Top 10 Reasons for Not Serving AT VBS  1. Who will watch my little ones? We will! Our preschool fills up quickly because it’s so awesome. But we provide childcare and priority VBS space for children of those serving. There’s no wait listing for your child if you serve! 2. I’m too old. We doubt that. We have lots of seniors who serve. Our eldest is 83! 3. I don’t know the Bible very well. You’re in the right...

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Share the Gospel and Carry a Big Stick

Kevin Kitch's Story of Growing as a Leader Through Iron Men of God    Spiritual leadership is an important part of being a godly man. In today's society, strong, godly leaders are necessary to help grow others in Christ and with each other. Iron Men of God is a Men's ministry that is shoulder to shoulder discipleship transforming men by increasing spiritual habits and disciplines. From there, they are taught to lead in all aspects of life with a focus on the Lord. Kevin...

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Growing Through Grief

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Jim Johnson's Story of Growing in His Faith Through Grieving the Loss of His Son    Grief is one of the most difficult parts of life. It has many stages and there isn't one stage that is easier than the rest. Cottonwood Creek offers Grief Share, a ministry that doesn't let people walk alone in their grief. Jim Johnson is one of the many that has been through Grief Share and now teaches the class. Through his own loss and experience with grief, he has grown in his faith and has...

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You're Never Alone at Cottonwood Creek

The services during the weekend of February 3rd and 4th were unforgettable. Cottonwood Creek's Artist in Residence Bridgette Hammers led the Cottonwood family in worship to an original song she co-wrote called "Never Unaware". Bridgette and her co-writer, Chris Clayton, wrote the song during a season when they were both questioning circumstances that they were going through.     Writers: Chris Clayton, Bridgette Hammers Publishing: Integrity’s Alleluia!...

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