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Resources to Learn and Grow

We want to provide our church family with resources that you can use to continue to grow in your faith while we are not gathering together. Below are links, videos and articles you can access and use as we turn these challenging times into opportunities to develop new habits and spiritual disciplines.

While this site had been extremely helpful to us over the past few months, it will no longer be updated. We have transitioned to a new website for our church as a whole. Please check out Richlandcreek.com where we will continue to post new updates and helpful material.

Latest and Highlighted Resources

Family Worship

Because of coronavirus-related cancellations and shutdowns, we might find ourselves having more time together in our homes than ever before. Take advantage of this time by developing a regular habit of family worship. Below are some resources you can use to build that habit.


You can worship through song as a family! Here are some links to classic hymns and more modern choruses that your family may know:

Resources for Students and Adults

Resources for Creek Kids

Resources for Special Needs

  • Check out this link for our Bible Lesson in storybook format. Please make sure to click on the sound button in the top right corner of each page.

  • Be sure to check back soon for a video update from Mrs. Eleanor.

Resources for Leaders

Discipleship and Equipping Resources


  • Please click here to read an article from Mike Greene, the director of Biblical Counseling at the Creek, to help you deal with anxiety biblically, and to help you minister to your family and friends.

  •  This downloadable “Study Guide for Overcoming Anxiety” is a 5-day Bible study to help you and your family know what the Bible actually says about anxiety. 

  • Anxiety, How Can I Cope?” by Dr. David Powlison is an article that goes into greater detail about anxiety. It contains a helpful exposition from Philippians 4.

  • Handling Anxiety During the COVID-19 Pandemic”  -  An encouraging video roundtable discussion from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.   

  • For an even deeper study, the book Running Scared: Fear, Worry, and the God of Rest by Dr. Edward T. Welch is highly recommended.

  • If you or someone you know is experiencing stress in marriage, please  CLICK HERE  to get some biblical and practical insights to put marriage into proper perspective during this unusual time.

  • How to Love Your Spouse by the Grace of God” by Paul David Tripp

  • “What Do You Do When Your Marriage Goes Sour?” by Jay Adams

  • The book Strengthening Your Marriage by Wayne Mack is an excellent resource whether your marriage needs a tune-up or an overhaul.

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