The Women of Easter (John 12:1-8; 19:26-27; 20:1-18)

Logan Wolf Daughters of God

This year CrossPoint church is commemorating both National Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day with a five-week sermon series titled Daughters of God. As part of this series, we’re looking at examples from biblical history of women that were used by God. For the series’ conclusion, recorded during a joint service with Open Heaven Fellowship, a Sudanese refugee church, Pastor Logan …

Priscilla (Acts 18:1-3, 18-26)

Logan Wolf Daughters of God

This year CrossPoint church is commemorating both National Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day with a five-week sermon series titled Daughters of God. As part of this series, we’re looking at examples from biblical history of women that were used by God. Some of those women we hear a lot about (e.g., Sarah, Esther, Mary the mother of Jesus). However, there are …

Abigail (1 Samuel 25:2-42)

Logan Wolf Daughters of God

This year CrossPoint church is commemorating both National Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day with a five-week sermon series titled Daughters of God. As part of this series, we’re looking at examples from biblical history of women that were used by God. Some of those women we hear a lot about (e.g., Sarah, Esther, Mary the mother of Jesus). However, there are …

Jael (Judges 4:17-24)

Logan Wolf Daughters of God

This year CrossPoint church is commemorating both National Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day with a five-week sermon series titled Daughters of God. As part of this series, we’re looking at examples from biblical history of women that were used by God. Some of those women we hear a lot about (e.g., Sarah, Esther, Mary the mother of Jesus). However, there are …

Can Women Hold the Priesthood? (Hebrews 7:11-19)

Logan Wolf Daughters of God

It is unfortunate that the inequality women experience in the broader culture can be just as prevalent in the church. While we as a society may be guilty of downplaying the achievements and contributions of women in various fields, Christians can be equally guilty of underutilizing their spiritual gifts, marginalizing their perspective, and even stereotyping their lives by way of …