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"Joined Together" (Eph. 2:19-22)

Dear Tribe, Last week I emphasized that Jesus has reconciled not just man to God but man to man. This week, as we complete Ephesians 2, we will more closely think about how God has reconciled us to each other in Christ. Not only that, but he has called us to live out this reconciliation as a local body of believers. Ephesians 2:19-22 makes a strong case for the value of ...

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Robert "The Intern" Ward & other important stuff

Tribe, A few quick things: ROBERT "THE INTERN" WARD I recently mentioned that Robert Ward is interning at CrossPointe again this summer. Like last summer's internship, he will be writing articles, developing the website and performing general administrative duties, but I've given him some additional responsibilities for this summer.As my assistant, Robert will help me...

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Three Mission-Minded Commitments

In conjunction with CrossPointe's recent missions conference, Brad mentioned three commitments CrossPointe can make to be more "mission-minded," that is, aware of the world's need for Jesus and our role in bringing his gospel to all people. They're listed below. God's Calling on My Life I commit myself to live a life worthy of God's calling. I will participate in the b...

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“He Himself Is Our Peace” (Eph. 2:11-18)

Dear CrossPointe Tribe,This week we'll look at Ephesians 2:11-18, and then next week we'll finish out the remaining three verses of chapter 2. This second half of Ephesians 2 is one of the most important passages about the church and what it means for us to be the body of Christ.If you've been around CrossPointe for awhile you know that there are three words that drive our...

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“But God” (Eph. 2:1-10”

Dear Tribe, First, I'm grateful to Reynold Counts for his encouraging message last Sunday on 1 Peter 1:1-6. If you missed it you can listen to it (or watch it) here.This Sunday we'll return to our current series with a look at Ephesians 2:1-10, one of the clearest explanations in Scripture of how God actually saves people. It both devastates the prideful and encourages th...

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