Who: Groups of 2-4 people (post-high school and up). Groups of men and groups of women. What: Book groups will gather on a consistent basis to discuss the content of solid books to help us learn and grow as disciples. In the fall of 2020, we’ll be reading the book, Delighting in the Trinity. […]Read more "Book Groups – Fall 2020"
Always’ and Never’s…I know you’re not supposed to use those very often, but they are accurate here. We know them to be true because of Scripture’s teaching. I know them to be true from my own life experiences. And for those of you who have sought to try and hide, and have experienced the freedom of walking in the light (like me), then you know these statements to be true.Read more "What You’ll Always Regret and What You’ll Never Regret"
Believer in Christ, the local church is beautiful. Don’t miss the beauty. It is all around, if you’re watchful. Thank our Father in Heaven for this gift and His design.Read more "The Local Church is Beautiful"
One definition of the word posture: a particular way of dealing with or considering something; an approach or attitude. When you read through the book of Acts and you consider the life and ministry of the early church, you see they lived with certain postures.Read more "Postures to Pursue and Postures to Reject"
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"
When something is ordinary, it is commonplace, customary, every day, habitual, and routine. When something is unordinary, it is rare, unusual, and uncommon. I believe if we are to increasingly reflect how the Scriptures call us to live, these actions must become ordinary among believers in Christ. Last week I listed four in a blog […]Read more "Moving from Unordinary to Ordinary – Part 2"
I believe if we are to increasingly reflect how the Scriptures call us to live, these actions must become ordinary among believers in Christ. While we could list a multitude, here are four actions that deal specifically with our mouths, words, and relationships.Read more "Moving from Unordinary to Ordinary – Part 1"
Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins. Offer hospitality to one another without grumbling.Read more "Above all, love each other deeply"
What are the core ingredients of Biblical community at Crosspoint? At the most simplified level, 3D Community is tied directly to our vision. It is not separate from it, but should be driving us toward a 3D way of life. So in 3D Community, we grow to be more devoted to Jesus, dedicated to one […]Read more "Ingredients of 3D Community Groups"
Around Crosspoint, our volunteers truly are at the heart of what we do. Without our volunteers, God-glorifying, life-changing ministry just wouldn’t happen. So why do our volunteers serve? Why do they join Jesus in His invitation to be a part of a mission that is greater than themselves? Here is one testimony from Ben and […]Read more "Why I Serve – Ben and Sara Martin"