Paul Thurston | Thursday, June 21, 2018

Vineyards, Vines and Checking Your Connection

Not too long ago, I was leaving the gym after a work out when a message interrupted my early evening. It was the coordinator of our recovery ministry. The text was calm enough: “Are you headed to the church?” I was going the other direction...

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Miles Koch | Thursday, June 14, 2018

The Sacred Dining Table

As Abby and I were discussing our recent move and asking each other if we had felt “settled” yet, Abby pointed out that she wouldn’t truly feel settled until we got a dining table. In my mind, I thought “oh boy, here’s another item we...

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Payte Johnson | Thursday, June 7, 2018

Prayer Isn't Our Last Resort

Lately, one healthy topic of discussion between staff members at CrossPoint has been about prayer. How do we become more of a house of prayer? Are we truly a prayerful people? Are we growing in prayer?Throughout our ministry, we should always be improving, tweaking, and pruning...

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Joey Morgan | Friday, June 1, 2018

Why Worship?

Why Worship?     Worship is a confusing thing to many, and quite frankly, we the church have not really done a very good job at unpacking what worship truly is. Most associate worship as the musical part of the service, and is typically followed by teaching, and...

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Joey Morgan | Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Get Uncomfortable

I have a confession to make. See I have set comfort above calling and I need to confess that to you today. I’ll explain. Public speaking is something I’m not strong in, but there are times that I feel like God has placed something on...

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