Teach Us To Love As You Love

Earlier in 2020, we began having a formal pastoral prayer time in our Sunday services. I’ve greatly appreciated this addition to the service for a variety of reasons, including being led in prayer by one of our shepherds and hearing their heart for the Lord and the church who they care for and love. Below […]

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Praying in Total Dependence

In our current ministry year (September 2020-August 2021), we believe the Lord is calling us to make progress in four specific areas as His people.  Praying in Total Dependence Equipping the Saints Growing into Maturity Walking in Love Together We cast vision in August and September to these areas in a message series called ‘Reset.’  […]

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Word is Greater

Hebrews 4:12:  For the word of God is living and effective and sharper than any double-edged sword, penetrating as far as the separation of soul and spirit, joints and marrow. It is able to judge the thoughts and intentions of the heart. 2 Timothy 3:16-17:  All Scripture is inspired by God and is profitable for teaching, for rebuking, […]

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Truth For All Seasons

I really enjoy the book of the Bible, 1 Peter.  I love how relevant that it is to given situations, including the one we are in right now.  Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ, wrote the letter to believers who had been scattered throughout multiple geographic regions.  And he’s writing to believers who are facing […]

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Whose Faith is it Anyways?: A College Kid’s Reflection on Growing Up in a Christian Home

A guest blog post from Crosspoint’s Worship and Communications Intern, Chris Garcia…   In my early high school years, my dad would intentionally remind me that I needed to make my faith my own; that there would come a time when I’m not going to have anyone waking me up for church in the morning […]

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