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RAPID Bowl-a-Thon - September 23rd!

The staff of Willow Creek Church encourages you and your family to consider supporting RAPID (Reliable Advocacy for People with Intellectual Disabilities) at its largest annual fundraiser: the RAPID Bowl-a-Thon!  For more information, here is the event flyer! ...

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"Ministry Is Killing Me!"

Sometimes I wonder why I love being a pastor.  Don’t get me wrong. Being a pastor provides a front row seat to many of life’s greatest joys. You get to officiate weddings and breakdance at receptions. You get to visit new parents in the hospital and, if you’re Presbyterian like me, baptize their beautiful children a few Sundays later. You know the j...

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Sunday AND | Listening to God's Voice Every Day

On Sunday, we talked about connecting with God and one another through the ministry of the Word.  Of course, the most public ministry of the Word typically occurs on Sunday mornings, during the worship service. It’s an awe-inspiring and humbling truth that, inasmuch as a sermon faithfully proclaims the Scriptures, God speaks to a congregation through it. My pra...

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"Sunday AND" - Connecting with God and One Another

Yesterday, we started a four-part sermon series entitled, Sunday AND. It’s purpose is pretty simple: to encourage a fuller enjoyment of our connections with God and one another. Willow Creek is not a huge church, but it’s not a small church either. We have lots of members and friends. Get them all together on a Sunday morning and they make quite a crowd. But w...

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Week 32 | New City Catechism and Scripture

Every week, our worship bulletin includes a Q&A from the New City Catechism, along with a supporting Bible verse that we invite you to memorize. This week's Q&A, memory verse, and explanatory video are below: New City Catechism #32 Q. What do justification and sanctification mean?  A. Justification means our declared righteousness before God, made possible ...

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