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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Quick Wins in Fathering

According to one website, a quick win is an improvement that is visible, has immediate benefit, and can be delivered quickly.  It doesn’t have to be profound. Sometimes the hardest part in growing as a spiritual leader in your home, is starting. 

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12 Stone Memorials

Joshua 4 records the Israelite nation as they finish crossing the Jordan River on dry ground.  Verse 1 begins with this… Joshua 4:1-8:  When all the nation had finished passing over the Jordan, the Lord said to Joshua, 2 “Take twelve men from the people, from each tribe a man, 3 and command them, saying, ‘Take twelve stones from here out of […]

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‘Oh just wait’

We often heard when we were dating, ‘Oh just wait till you get married.’  As if when you get married, then all the romance is obliterated and shot to pieces.  When we got engaged, we heard the same thing.  Again, as if walking down the aisle was more less a walk toward the death of […]

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