All of us have habits… behaviors that we repeat until they become…
All of us have habits… behaviors that we repeat until they become routine.
Life is really a series of conversations that we have—some good, some bad. Some are memorable, many are forgettable.
Imagine Sunday is a time to celebrate what God has done at Plum Creek, and to look forward to what He'll do in the future.
It seems everyone has guidance on how to make life better. But Scripture gives us guidance that can REALLY make a difference in our lives.
What does it mean to “play the man?” It’s all about becoming the man God created you to be.
FX: Family Experience Sunday is a great opportunity for the whole family to worship together.
What was happening in the world on the night before Jesus came to earth?
Most of us don’t make it very far in life before we’re confronted by brokenness.
Life is full of questions, like “What am I going to have for lunch?” and “How am I going toget everything done today?”
We all hear the voices that try to bring you down. Sometimes those voices come from the outside… sometimes they come from the inside.
You’ve probably heard the phrase, “That’s not a hill we want to die on…” We understand that not every battle is worth fighting. However, som
In these few weeks we will look at Hosea’s life and ministry, but more importantly learn the timeless truth that God’s love for us is loyal,
In this series join us at Plum Creek as we align our lives to the purpose God has laid out for us.
Journey through the Bible
Journey through the Bible.
As we begin the new year, we're introducing a theme that will become an important part of 2017 at Plum Creek: Life on Mission.
The Christmas Story of God's Unstoppable Love
Praying for one person to share the love of God with
The Ceremonies of the Church
To live is Christ
A challenge to reach out to our community for the cause of Christ.
What keeps you up at night
A five week message series on centering marriages on Christ.
Four week sermon series entited "Imagine"
Four week sermon series entitled, "This Changes Everything"