New Releases from Harris Creek Worship

Hey everyone! As I'm sure you've gathered, there's a lot happening at Harris Creek this fall -- and I can feel the energy heading into what might be a busy season, but an exciting one. Drew and I couldn't help but add to the excitement and are releasing our second series of worship videos in conjunction with our Elements Journey. Last semester, we released our first worship video project, "The Warehouse." This ...

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2015 Sermon Graphic Recap

Each year, our Lead Pastor, Brady Herbert, does a Sermon Recap where he revisits and reflects on his favorite/least favorite sermons/sermon series from this past year. It's really cool to look back and see his thoughts on the series/sermons, but personally, it's also a unique way to process and remember what all God had taught me over the course of the year. A lot can happen over the course of a year. In 2015 ...

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Living Water Well Update: Uganda

This past year, our congregation generously gave to Living Water International to bring clean drinking water and the message of Jesus Christ to those around the world. We recently received an update upon the completion of a well project that we funded in Uganda. The well was constructed at a place called Kikoni Standard College that has 1,200 students and 80 staff members. John, our contact with Living Water International, says Kimono Standard ...

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Why Is It My Turn?

I walked into Harris Creek a few months over 6 years ago – a bright eyed, 18 year old, freshman at Baylor who visited for the first time with her roommates because they were offering free lunch (and what college student doesn’t love a free lunch ammiright?). There was only one service being offered at the time and probably about 300 people attending that morning – Harris Creek was a ...

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2014 Sermon Graphic Recap

Each year, our Lead Pastor, Brady Herbert, does a Sermon Recap where he revisits and reflects on his favorite/least favorite sermons/sermon series from that past year. I love reading his thoughts on each series he liked or maybe didn’t like -- it also brings out a little nostalgia in me from the past year. A lot can happen over the course of a year. In 2014 there were 52 different sermons ...

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One Question Every Twentysomething Could Live Without

I want to start off by saying I am guilty of asking this question and I might even venture out to say that probably everyone is. It’s a question every college student gets asked repeatedly when they go home for the holidays, but unfortunately even after graduating, the question still arises: “So, what’s next?” Cringe. The scariest question when you have no answer. Paul Agnone, in a Relevant article he wrote, put ...

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The Perfectionist In Me

I recently read a feature story in Graphic Design USA called, “100 People to Watch” in the creative industry. Each profile would list out each "person to watch" and their favorite font, favorite color, favorite gadget, etc. and the last two questions were “What is your biggest strength?” and “What is your biggest weakness?” As I read the profiles of these graphic designers, creative directors and artists I began to ...

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Lent Day 38 Reflection

Extravagant worship. What does that even mean? Extravagance, to me, sometimes brings a negative connotation with it -- as in “extravagant living” or “extravagant taste” or an “extravagant personality.” Anyone who lives or acts extravagantly brings negative attention to themselves wouldn’t you say? So when I hear a phrase like that, like “extravagant worship,” some part of me wants to stay away from anything having to do with it. Why? Because ...

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