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I Shouldn't Be A Christian

IS THERE A GOD? This is one of the most asked questions in human existence. Growing up this is something that Jesse Chaney, Cottonwood Creek's Junior High Minister, thought about a lot. Even into early adulthood Jesse kept turning to this question.   Jesse's childhood was not one where both parents tucked him in each night, made his lunch for him and kissed him goodbye as he left for school. Both of his parents where struggling with issues of their own and eventually divorced. With...

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Update: Imagine One

Imagine One more life that could be reached with the Gospel. In early 2015 Cottonwood Creek asked its members to imagine a world where they gave 1% more in their tithes. What could be accomplished? Over halfway through the year we have reached some amazing goals because people have faithfully given. So far we have reached these goals: January 25 - Additional $5,000 Baltimore Church Plant Support March 8 - Fall Festival Paid with Free Admission March 29 - VBS Paid with Free...

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No One Faces Cancer Alone

Who do you talk to when you have cancer? Unless someone has had cancer, they can’t fully understand everything that you are facing. Whether they are going through this journey or walking alongside someone who is, cancer will touch everyone’s lives at some point. John Arakelian knows what it’s like to wake up feeling perfectly normal one day only to get a devastating cancer diagnosis the very next day. His family empathized with him, but John felt like he did not...

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Life is a Battle: Playing on the Court of Life

Aaron wasn't looking for a summer internship, but one found him. A student at Dallas Christian College studying practical ministry and leadership, Aaron would drive his girlfriend from Dallas each week so that she could coach a team through the Cottonwood Creek Sports Academy. Nathan Quillan, CCSA Sports Director, noticed Aaron hanging out in the bleachers each during practices and decided to get to know him. Nathan knew that with Aaron's desire to become a minister and his college...

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