Dear CrossPointe,I am really excited about this Sunday! Back in July I mentioned that David Baum, a retired chaplain and member of CrossPointe, will be planting a church in the Columbus area hopefully sometime in 2014. David's call to plant a gospel-centered church in our area is an answer to prayer, and one we hope God answers numerous times through the years.This Sunday,...Keep Reading
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This Sunday we conclude our Malachi series with one of the great promises of the Old Testament. It is a promise of the great and awesome day of the Lord when he will come to judge the wicked and heal and save those who fear his name. Clearly, Malachi is pointing God’s people to the coming Messiah who will come first as a Lamb and again as a Lion. This text gives us the opportunity to think about judgment, salvation, and Christ’s return. These are essential truths, and I pray the Lord will use them to help make us all more ready for eternity. Also, on this first Sunday of October, we’ll receive the Lord’s Supper together as a church family. I hope that’s how you view CrossPointe...
After thirteen months in Mark, we conclude our study of the gospel with a look at the disputed and providential ending of Mark 16:9-20. ...Keep Reading
"One Another" Meeting (Sunday, 67:30 p.m.) || Every other month CrossPointe's members gather to consider matters pertinent to the life of the church. Childcare will be provided, and non-members are welcome to attend.Young Adult Bible Study (Sept. 12, 7 p.m.) || This group for those in their 1820s meets in the youth room on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month for B...Keep Reading
Dear CrossPointe,This Sunday we'll zoom in on the crucifixion of Jesus as we study Mark 15:21-47. The center of this passage is verse 34, which some have called the most important and terrible question ever asked, as Jesus cries out, "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" Up to this point we've seen Jesus forsaken by his friends and foes, but here, we see the Son fors...Keep Reading