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“He Must Be Lifted Up”

John 3_12–15

Dear CrossPointe,Last Sunday we considered the truth of God's sovereign grace in salvationthat we are completely dependent on God to act first in the new birth, apart from anything in us. From a human perspective, there is an impossibility to what Jesus says to Nicodemus when he says that "you must be born again." In the miracle of regeneration, our faith is the result of ...

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“You Must Be Born Again”

John 3_3–4

CrossPointe,This Sunday we dig into John 3, one of the great mountain peaks of Scripture. Of course, all the Bible is breathed out by God, but a chapter like this one is particularly crucial because it helps us map out and piece together one of the most important doctrines in the Biblethe doctrine of salvation.Our plan this Sunday will be to look at the first part of Jesus...

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Easter Service(s) Registration

Easter Service(s)

In order to maintain social distancing, there will be two worship services on Easter Sunday9:00am 11:00am. Limited childcare will be available at both (registration required).To prevent overcrowding, you will need to register yourself and anyone sitting with you online.Click hereto let us know what service you'll be attending and whether you'll need seats in amask-only sp...

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“Jesus Cleanses the Temple”

John 2_16–17

Dear CrossPointe,This Sunday we'll be in John 2:1325 and consider the familiar story of Jesus cleansing the temple of people doing the business of religion. It's another scene in John rich with gospel symbolism. We may not be selling pigeons for profit in the foyer of CrossPointe, but weare prone to turning worship into something merely for our gain, too.The good news, tho...

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“The Faithful King”

2 Samuel 9_1

Dear CrossPointe,In some ways, preaching is like preparing a meal. When Jesus speaks to Peter at the end of John's gospel, he tells him to "Feed my sheep." This is how Peter will love and serve the Lord, and this is how pastors care for the sheep entrusted to them. I've thought about this a lot over the last year. The normal rhythms of interaction have changed, but there i...

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