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Rejoice! We Have a Living Hope

One off & Easter

CrossPointe, I'm really looking forward to preaching this Sunday! Our text is one that I am convinced needs to take up permanent residence in our hearts and minds. 1 Peter 1:39 is one of those passages that clearly speaks to the beauty of the gospel and its immediate application to our lives. It is rightly said that the study of God (theology) is meant to lead us int...

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Do Not Harden Your Hearts

Hebrews Series (5)

Dear CrossPointe, Our text this Sunday, Hebrews 3:719, is a hard one. I say that not because this passage is difficult to understand. Actually, I think it's quite clear. Rather, it's hard because it is a sober and serious warning to watch and guard our hearts against the deceitfulness of sin which would cause us to fall away from God. We need Hebrews 3:719 and its wa...

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Think Carefully About Jesus

Hebrews Series (4)

Dear CrossPointe, What a great time in the Word with Pastor Mwindula Mbewe last week. Listen to it hereif you missed it. You will be challenged and encouraged! We are back in Hebrews this week and will begin chapter three by looking at the first six verses. In Hebrews 3, the preacher argues that Jesus is far superior and worthy of much greater glory than Moses, so we s...

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Defeating Pride

Guest Speaker 35 (1)

Dear CrossPointe, It's our joy to have Pastor Mwindula Mbewe with us this Sunday. If his last name sounds familiar, that's because we have had the joy to have his father, Pastor Conrad Mbewe, with us twice before. Pastor Mwindula has recently planted a church in Zambia out of his father's church and I'm very much looking forward to hearing this brother open the Word ...

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He Is Able to Help

Hebrews Series (3)

Dear Church, We've been digging into Hebrews 2:1018 for the last two weeks, and I think we've got just a little more juice to squeeze out of this beautiful text, specifically the last verse"For because he himself has suffered when tempted, he is able to help those who are being tempted." So before moving on to Hebrews 3, we will consider what it means that Jesus is able ...

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Death Dethroned

Hebrews Series (1)

Dear CrossPointe, I'm looking forward to our passage this Sunday, Hebrews 2:59. Its logic is simply glorious. If I had to summarize it in one phrase, it would be: "Death has been dethroned by death." I think that's the heart of what the preacher is getting at in these verses. Mankind was made to steward God's creation for him, but we lost that right in the Fall and deserv...

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Don't Drift

Hebrews Series

Dear CrossPointe, Hebrewsis not so much a letter as it is one long sermon. The preacher is marshaling all this glorious theology to make a pastoral point to his audiencedon't fall away, don't drift from Christ. This Sunday, we come to Hebrews 2:14, the first of several warningpassages in the book. The writer encourages us to pay much closer attention to the message o...

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Jesus, Superior to Angels

Hebrews (1)

Dear CrossPointe,The point of Hebrews is that Jesus is better. He's better than angels, Moses, the Law, the priesthood, the sacrifices, and whatever else we may be tempted to lean on instead of Him.The opening verses establish the supremacy of the Son in a grand theological sense, and now in Hebrews 1:514, the author puts forward his first exampleJesus is superior to angel...

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Turn to the Lord

230108 This Sunday

Dear CrossPointe,The Lord has blessed our church with missions partners around the worldpastors and missionaries from Haiti to India and many, many places in between. This Sunday will be a perfect glimpse into this privilege we have. While Brad is out of the country connecting with King Jesus Church, Pastor Raphael, and other pastors in Uganda, our very own Logan Copley is...

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The Lord Establishes Our Steps

230101 This Sunday

Dear CrossPointe, I'm looking forward to our first Sunday of the new year. For many, the new year is a time to make resolutions (which is great if that helps you!), but this Sunday, I want us to consider some scriptural confessions about the sovereignty of God as we enter 2023. We'll start off in Proverbs 16 and drill down on verse nine, "The heart of a man plans his...

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