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Creekside Church (formerly Cornerstone Community Church) is a place for you and your family to grow with us as we worship God and serve Him and others. We’re a non-denominational church meeting Sundays at 2743 82nd Place in Urbandale, IA. There’s something for you at Creekside, where you’ll find friendly faces of all ages and walks of life gathered to worship Jesus Christ and follow God’s word, the Bible. Visit our web site for directions and details.

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Creekside Church (formerly Cornerstone Community Church) is a place for you and your family to grow with us as we worship God and serve Him and others. We’re a non-denominational church meeting Sundays at 2743 82nd Place in Urbandale, IA. There’s something for you at Creekside, where you’ll find friendly faces of all ages and walks of life gathered to worship Jesus Christ and follow God’s word, the Bible. Visit our web site for directions and details.

    Matthew: Come Meet the King - Character Counts (Matthew 14:13-21)

    Matthew: Come Meet the King - Character Counts (Matthew 14:13-21)

    Steve Smith :: Creekside Church :: Sunday, April 18, 2021

    Before his delivering his message about Jesus’ miraculous feeding of 5,000 men near Bethsaida, Pastor Steve encourages us with a word about the importance of faith and love that foster unity in the church during the age of COVID. Steve then preaches from Matthew 14:13-21 and three loving expressions of Jesus that serve to confirm His royal identity, convince us of our depravity, compel us to mercy, and comfort believers in their daily life.

    Worship music permitted under CCLI License #264436.

    • 54 min
    Matthew: Come Meet the King: Fearing Men, Forsaking Jesus! (Matthew 14:1-12)

    Matthew: Come Meet the King: Fearing Men, Forsaking Jesus! (Matthew 14:1-12)

    Steve Smith :: Creekside Church :: Sunday, April 11, 2021

    Who do you aim to please? It’s increasingly evident to Christians that we are living in an age where if we must follow men, we must forsake Jesus. In Steve Smith’s sermon from Matthew 14:1-12, we learn that this dichotomy is not really new, as the Roman king Herod the Great faced the same choice before he ultimately rejected John the Baptist and John’s Messiah Jesus. Herod, the believer’s example to avoid, shows us the two faces of those who fear men and forsake Christ, in contrast to the example of John, who trusted in and took a stand for Christ.

    Worship music permitted under CCLI License #264436.

    • 47 min
    An Almost Empty Tomb (John 20:1-18)

    An Almost Empty Tomb (John 20:1-18)

    Steve Smith :: Creekside Church :: Sunday, April 4, 2021

    The empty tomb is the cause for Christian celebration at Easter—but that tomb wasn’t completely empty. We find a hidden treasure in what was in the tomb of Jesus as well as what was not. Steve Smith's Resurrection Sunday message from John 20:1-18 relays two convincing facts about this almost-empty tomb that demonstrate not only the reality but also the riches of Jesus’ resurrection—evidence that calls rebels to belief and compels the righteous to live for Him.

    Worship music permitted under CCLI License #264436.

    • 48 min
    Behold the King (Mark 11:1-14)

    Behold the King (Mark 11:1-14)

    Steve Smith :: Creekside Church :: Sunday, March 28. 2021

    Jesus didn’t show up in Jerusalem with the typical fanfare expected for a King. Steve Smith’s Palm Sunday message from Mark 11:1-14 nonetheless provides 3 indications of His royalty to inspire believers and invite others to believe.

    Worship music permitted under CCLI License #264436.

    • 50 min
    Matthew: Come Meet the King - The Anatomy of Unbelief (Matthew 13:47-58)

    Matthew: Come Meet the King - The Anatomy of Unbelief (Matthew 13:47-58)

    Steve Smith :: Creekside Church :: Sunday, March 21, 2021

    Living in denial sometimes helps us cope with unpopular truth, and many who lack a belief in God and the gospel are willingly embracing unbelief. From Matthew 13:47-58, Pastor Steve explores the anatomy of unbelief seen in those who rejected Jesus as king, unbelievers who tend to be oblivious about the obvious, focused on the futile, stumbling over the straightforward, and impervious to what’s important. Steve’s message is an encouragement for unbelievers to share in the new life Jesus offers, and for believers to share it with others.

    Worship music permitted under CCLI License #264436.

    • 52 min
    Matthew: Come Meet the King - The Great Treasure Hunt (Matthew 13:44-46)

    Matthew: Come Meet the King - The Great Treasure Hunt (Matthew 13:44-46)

    Kyle Clarkson :: Creekside Church :: Sunday, March 14, 2021

    In Matthew 13:44-46, Jesus describes the kingdom of heaven and those who seek its treasure. Kyle Clarkson’s message from two parables reveals that the greatest treasures are always hidden in ordinary and unexpected places, and when you find real spiritual treasure, it changes every part of your life. Kyle reminds us that Jesus is the only treasure worth living and dying for.

    Worship music permitted under CCLI License #264436.

    • 36 min

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