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“We Need One Another”

Hebrews 1024–25

CrossPointe,A few weeks ago at our member meeting, I mentioned that this Sunday, May 2, we will begin a gradual return to normal in our worship services. Be sure to watch the video below for more details on what that will look like.It's worth saying here that there is much more to this than just social distancing! As we proceed in the coming days, I want to urge us as a ch...

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Plans for Sunday, May 2

As folks return to regularly worshiping the Lord together on Sundays, we are gradually moving toward a more "normal" setup in the sanctuary. Here's what this will mean, beginning this Sunday, May 2: With the exception of one section ("house right" or "stage left"),the sanctuarywill no longer have any social-distancing measures. All rowswill be available for seatingex...

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“Jesus and the Samaritan Woman (Part 2)”

John 4_23–24

Dear CrossPointe,This Sunday we continue our look at Jesus' conversation with the Samaritan woman at the well, specifically John 4:1626. In the second half of this interaction, we'll see how tender yet clear Jesus is with this woman as he presses into her sin in order to make her aware of her true need.As you read the passage before Sunday to prepare your heart and mind, t...

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“Jesus and the Samaritan Woman”

John 4_13–15

Dear CrossPointe,Oh man, I'm looking forward to John 4! What a beautiful chapter! This Sunday we'll start our study of Jesus' encounter with the woman at the well as we look at John 4:115. There's so much in this story that we're going to need to take smaller bites! But read the whole chapter a few times beforehand.Also, what a joy we'll have to baptize two new members. Pr...

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“He Is Above All”

John 3_27–30

Dear CrossPointe,This Sunday we'll finish John 3 as we look at verses 2236. The central point of this passage is the supremacy of Christ above all things, and once again John the Baptist points his disciples (and us) away from himself and to Christ.As we work through this text on Sunday, and as you read it beforehand, we need to wrestle with what the supremacy of Christ sh...

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“Whoever Believes in Him”

John 3_16–17

Dear CrossPointe,It's been two years since we've physically gathered for Resurrection Sunday as a church. That's incredible to think about!In God's good timing, our text this Sunday will be John 3:16, the most well-known verse in the Bible. We'll actually look at John 3:1621, and I'm very much looking forward to reveling in the love of the Father who sent the Son so that w...

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