This Sunday: “Hope in God”
On these last two Sundays before my sabbatical (Read more about that here.), my plan is to preach two individual sermons—one in the Psalms and another in Colossians. This Sunday we’ll be in Psalm 42, a beautiful and raw song about hoping in God in the middle of dry seasons and dark nights. I’m hoping the psalmist’s experience will help us practically apply the glorious doctrine we’ve been learning about in Romans. The following Sunday, Nov 4, I plan to preach from Colossians and share with you more specifically what my hopes are for us as a church in 2019.
For now, read Psalm 42 a few times before Sunday. It’s a powerful text that exhorts us to hope in God no matter the circumstance. And, finally, we’ll celebrate the gospel together as a church family this Sunday as we witness three baptisms!
I’m looking forward to gathering with you!
Grace and peace,
Reformation Columbus (Oct. 27, 9 a.m.–3 p.m.) || Join us at St. Andrews Presbyterian as Voddie Baucham and Nate Shurden discuss the importance of Scripture. Tickets are $30/adult and $10/child (lunch included). Childcare is also available. Register online.
Member Meeting (Nov. 4, 6 p.m.) || It’s our last meeting of the year, so join us in welcoming new members, getting updates on various aspects of church life, and sharing fellowship with one another. Childcare is available.
Men’s Lunch (Nov. 6, noon) || Join the men of CrossPointe for fellowship over lunch ($5 Chick-fil-A) as we hear from one of our own. RSVP to Springer Cain.
Missions Night (Nov. 7, 5:45 p.m.) || Meet for dinner at 5:45 p.m. followed by updates from our missions partners at 6:30. Childcare will be provided. RSVP by e-mailing Allie Webb.
Orphan Care Ministry Lunch (Nov. 11, noon) || Anyone interested in learning about adoption, foster care, or being a support to families who are walking through this journey is invited to an informative lunch immediately following the service. Childcare will be provided. RSVP to Danielle Counts.
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