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This Sunday: 2 Thessalonians 1:3-12

Dear CrossPointe,I love how Paul prayed for the churches he planted and the people he loved. His prayers are so full of faith in God's goodness and affection for his brothers and sisters. They are saturated in confidence that God will bring about his good work in his people.One thing I hope God will deepen in me and in us is during this pandemic is more of this type of pra...

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COVID-19 Update (April 23)

Dear CrossPointe,In case you missed it, the governor of Georgia announced this week that he is relaxing restrictions on various businesses, allowing them to reopen as early as Friday. What does this mean for churches like CrossPointe?For now, we will continue to live-stream our services and not meet in person.Since the governor's press conference, we have participated in s...

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“Dealing with Despair”

Beloved,Our text this Sunday is Psalm 77, a kind of spiritual manual for dealing with despair. In his notes on this chapter, Charles Spurgeon said that in order to understand this psalm "it is needful to have done business on the great waters, and weathered many an Atlantic gale." In other words, Old Uncle Chuck is saying that to get what this psalm is saying, you need to ...

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“Raised for Our Justification”

Dear CrossPointe, Praise the Lord! He is Risen! While we celebrate the work of Christ every Sunday at CrossPointe, I'm particularly looking forward to exalting the life, death, and resurrection of our King this weekend. In the Lord's strange providence, during this time when we can't physically gather together, there's a good possibility that more people, not less, will h...

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“Fighting Fear with Fear”

Dear CrossPointe,I've been thinking a good bit about anxiety and fear the past couple of weeks since our world has come to a standstill. And, I confess, I've been a bit anxious about what the future holds. Will anyone I know and love get the virus? Will my aging parents be okay? Will friends and church members who own small businesses make it through this on their feet? Wi...

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