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.
All relationships are hard, but marriages are even harder! Whether you are single, married, or single again, there are biblical tips we can learn for a better marriage—a Christ-centered one
Are you in need of some direction or purpose? You’ve tried the self-help books and the “better yourself” conferences, but nothing seems to help you live a life that isn’t marked with striving. The key to transformation is about becoming who you’re made to be. Are you ready to be “Made New?”
Every year Crosspoint takes a weekend of worship to focus on the needs of vulnerable children locally and globally. We highlight adoption, foster care, Guardian Ad Litems, child sponsorship, and many other ways the church can make a difference. This year we will dive into the power of relationships–God’s primary tool for changing us and the world! Want to change the world? Build a relationship!
Do you ever crave God’s wisdom? Join us for our summer series, Proverbs, as we explore this wisdom literature of the Old Testament. Learn practical skills for succeeding in God’s world. Gain good advice. But more. Gain God’s wisdom for the generations, including ours…
From dating to empty nest, our relationships go through many phases. In each phase we experience times we love and enjoy, and events and situations we have to work through together. Wouldn’t it be nice if each phase came with an instruction manual of what to expect and do?
This message focuses on how to get connected in a Life Group at Crosspoint, and the importance of growing in faith and living life in relationship to others, as we continue to connect people to
Even our online connections can leave us feeling more isolated and lonely; like our life doesn’t measure up to everyone else’s. Especially as we approach the holidays, what do we do when we feel isolated and alone? How can we reconnect in a (dis) connected world?
Everyone needs a second chance (and more likely a third, fourth, fifth and on and on). What if God and your next chance were right around the corner? What if God’s not angry, but full of grace and mercy? Come begin the New Year by discovering this second chance God of redemption, all throughout the Bible, and choose to Begin (Again)!