Freeport Campus eLetter

Thursday, September 29, 2022
From our Student Minister

Hey Crosspoint Fam!

It’s hard to believe it’s October already. This year has been moving quick for me, yet so much has happened. The ups. The downs. Yet one thing always stays the same: God’s unconditional love for each one of us. Crosspoint has always been a really big part of showing that love to our community by getting outside the building walls and connecting people to Christ through serving as Jesus shows us in John 13:14-15. Now that I, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also should wash one another’s feet. I have set you an example that you should do as I have done for you.

This past Saturday, October 24, we had the great opportunity and privilege to serve at our opening day of the Freeport City Soccer League. A chance to lead people to God’s love. For everyone who came to be a part, you are a leader! Maybe you weren’t able to make it. You are still a leader. God has made each of us to be leaders for His kingdom.

For some, it’s in your work place. For others, your family and friends. There’s always a place to apply leadership regardless of what you’re going through. There’s plenty of places to get plugged in and grow as a leader, even in our own church. Leading with our Crosspoint Kids. Leading through our worship and creative teams. Leading through our Guest Services and Discover Crosspoint. Leading through our Security team. One of my personal favorites, leading our Crosspoint Students.

Each department within our church is a great place to grow in leadership, or use your leadership, to touch those around us. I encourage to continue to ask God where He wants you to plug in, plant yourself, and stretch your comfort zone as your leadership skills grow practically and spiritually.
Also, join us this Sunday as we continue our Letters To Leaders sermon series. Hearing what God says about us and our ability and calling to lead others. Services are 9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

See you there,
Joshua Gantenbein, Crosspoint Student Minister

Josh Gantenbein

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