As if verses 28-30 weren’t already one of the most precious and comforting promises we can cling to as believers, Paul keeps piling on the goodness of our Heavenly Father in verses 31-32.Read more "Everything"
In 2017, we began sharing in our Sunday program, evidences of God’s grace and work in the life of Crosspoint and our community. Below, are the evidences (January-March) collected into one post. May these lead us to an attitude of thankfulness to and worship of our God who is at work, not only through us, […]Read more "Evidences of God’s Grace: January – March 2018"
What if we, as God’s people, walked by faith, and not by sight? 2 Corinthians 5:7Read more "What if?"
We cannot seek an understanding of Christ and the effect of his redeeming love on our lives apart from understanding that without Christ we are desperately sick. The universal sickness tainting all of mankind confronts us with the truth of who we are apart from the transforming work of God’s grace. Our eyes are opened by our Redeemer to our own sinfulness. Simultaneously working alongside this fresh view of ourselves, we start seeing God and his ways with greater clarity.Read more "The Amazing Sinfulness of Sin"
If you go back to Genesis 1 and 2 and look at the creation account of when the Lord started the world, I see three key things the Lord has designed and called Godly men to do with their lives. I’ll call them the 3 W’s of life.Read more "Worship, Work, and Wife"
Dear Christ Following High School Student As you follow and trust in the Jesus of the Bible during your high school years, here are 8 encouragements I have for you. I have more (ask my kids), but for the sake of this blog post, here are 8. Grow in your knowledge and understanding of who […]Read more "Dear Christ Following High School Student"
Ever since the church began, it has had to hold two things in tension with one another. You could call them inward and outward. The inward community the church has with one another, and the outward reach the church has to its neighbors and to the nations.Read more "The Tension of Inward and Outward"