Eliphaz and the Demon (Job 4:12-21)

Logan Wolf Standalone Talks

“I’ve had a lot on my mind recently. It’s been hard to wind down. One evening, my wife went on to bed but I stayed up to think. She got ready for bed, but pretty soon the house was quiet and still. I didn’t realize how long it had been quiet and still—when I thought to check, it was nearly …

Suicide Prevention Month Speaker Introduction (Numbers 11:14-16)

Logan Wolf Standalone Talks

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and we again want to emphasize that CrossPoint is a safe place to open up, share struggles, and seek help. As part of this year’s events, we hosted Ganel-Lyn Condie, author, speaker, and media contributor. In his introductory remarks, Pastor Logan points to Moses and reminds us that though we may feel completely alone, that …

Adopted in Christ (Ephesians 1:1-6)

Logan Wolf Standalone Talks

There are two extremes when it comes to fathers. On the one end is the attentive father and at the other end is the absent father. The most loving and involved fathers are but a reflection of our Heavenly Father and provide only a glimpse of what it means to be a child of God. Our most broken and irresponsible …

Not Perfect: A Mother’s Day Message (Romans 3:21-24)

Logan Wolf Standalone Talks

Our desire to obtain perfection can hold us hostage. No matter which side of that image of perfection you fall on, you have to deny what’s really happening in your life, how you’re really feeling, what you’re really struggling with, and spin it in such a way to make everyone think you’ve got it together. It’s exhausting. Moms can especially …

O Pioneers! (Genesis 11:27-12:5)

Logan Wolf Standalone Talks

The Christian faith and ministry require a pioneer spirit—courage, fortitude, hope, and faith that God is working, that He loves you, and that He is taking you someplace better.

At the Feet of Jesus (Luke 7:36-50)

Logan Wolf Standalone Talks

Guest speaker Mike Zander, the general manager of Key Radio, teaches that it’s not the number or the gravity of our sins that matter, but whether or not we are willing to acknowledge them.