Clothe yourselves with…

The other day, I was walking in a downtown city, and at a major stoplight, I noticed people on opposite corners, sitting at a desk typing on a keyboard.  As I stood there, I also noticed that you could read what they were typing on large screens that appeared above their desks.  Mind you, this […]

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Down and Out

From Kevin Funk… My daughter’s life has been taking a few turns for the worse as of late. I mean multiple bumps in the road. It all started last June when my daughter crashed and burned into the spring board at gymnastics. The coaches thought she just had a mild concussion.  Only to find out that the […]

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Hey Crosspointer, You Are Missed

Where have you been?  We’ve missed you on Sunday mornings in the Crosspoint Living Room!  Are you ok? Hebrews 10:24-25 24 And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, 25 not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day […]

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Running Through the Pain

Heather and I love to watch our kids compete in their various sports.  It truly is a joy.  Today was no different.  In the fall, our son, Eli, runs cross country for Eureka Middle School, and so this morning we got the opportunity to watch him and the other Hornets run in a big cross […]

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When we face struggle

REM said it this way… ‘Everybody hurts…sometimes.’  There is truth to that line, not because REM sang it, but because it reflects a Biblical truth.  That in this life, one theme is suffering and struggle.  Now, this blog post is already getting you excited, huh?!  🙂 But the reality of life is that it is […]

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Shifting Blame

As I look back on my life, I can see how I tried to shift the blame or point the finger at someone or something else.  I see it in my kids sometimes, how they are quick to blame the other person for their own wrong doing instead of owning up to it.  “Well she […]

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