This is a series focused on Advent which is awaiting the arrival of Jesus. Jesus was God’s plan to carry out his Rescue Mission for us.
Umm…your red flag is showing. You know, the thing that’s making your life and relationships messier than they need to be. Maybe it’s a tendency toward anger or dishonesty or discontentment—whatever it is, it’s in the way. And it’s time to let God into these areas of our life and make a change to turn things around.
The early Church believed that Jesus could come back at any time, so Peter gave them a field manual in 1 Peter 4:7-11 for how to survive the end of the world. Join us as we discover how to live while expecting Jesus to come back at any time.
When’s the last time you dreamed about the future? Join us as we unveil a brand-new vision for the future, The 2035 Dream, as well as how we can all take steps to live it out together.
Ever feel like the to-do list is never-ending, the volume of life never gets turned down, and if it’s not one thing then it’s another? Sometimes we can all feel like we’re freaking out.
This is Missions Week! The week that we set aside each year to focus on how the people of Crosspoint are living out what we believe. The week where we explore what it looks like for us to be a movement, deployed on mission, living as helpful neighbors, sacrificially investing time and energy to build God’s Kingdom.
Did you know Jesus quoted songs a lot…well, Psalms at least? The Psalms were the worship songs for the Israelites, and Jesus quotes from Psalms more than any other Old Testament book.
In the beginning of Acts, Jesus promises a gift. This gift, meant for everyone, empowers us to be faithful disciples and to carry out our mission to be Jesus’ witnesses.
Nobody likes Monday morning. Back to work. Back to school. Back to the everydayness of life. But what if Monday morning wasn’t just about restarting the week, but re-engaging a mission?
Jesus said that being His disciple means denying ourselves, taking up our cross, and following Him. Choosing to follow Jesus is the best decision we could ever make… but it’s not necessarily an easy calling.