“Over the next five years we will turn fifty neighborhoods upside down for Christ through the formation of biblical communities, organized as a network of house churches, committed to obeying the Great Commandment and fulfilling the Great Commission.” You can read the entirety of our five year vision here.
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 …
Almost half of everyone that makes New Year’s resolutions never succeed. They end up making the same resolutions again and again, year after year. But we can break that pattern of failure when our resolutions are in line with what the Holy Spirit empowers us to be as believers. When it comes to such resolutions, one of the best examples …
Resolved, if I take delight in it as a gratification of pride, or vanity, or on any such account, immediately to throw it by.
One of the primary activities of the local church is to be prayer—for each other and for its pastors.
Corporate worship allows us to encourage one another through the Word and through song.
Salvation is a personal matter of faith; however, God intends you to live out that faith within a community called the church.
Whether you’re an employer or employee, manager or manual laborer, home worker or homemaker, God calls you to work with wisdom.
It is our responsibility to pray for those that have authority over us, regardless of whether or not we agree with their politics.
Biblical wisdom cannot be compartmentalized. It affects the whole person—ears, eyes, heart, mouth, and feet.
Self-righteousness rejects the guilt of personal sin and the gift of a personal Savior.
The most important gift God ever brings into our lives is the truth concerning Jesus. Here are five habits we can instill in our lives so as to be ready to share that truth with others.
It is unnatural for a Christian’s tongue to speak both praise and prejudice.
Our motivation in maintaining our physical health—through sleep, diet, and exercise—isn’t vanity, but the understanding that we belong to God.
Government and God are not synonyms.
Does God encourage polygamy?