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Hey folks,After ten months, we’re going to hit the pause button for a little while on Romans. This Sunday we’ll take a look at the story of the Canaanite woman who begged Jesus to heal her daughter in Matthew 15:21–28. As we’ve been studying the ​free ​grace of God in Romans, I trust this text will be a good balance...

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Preparing for Sunday + Weekly Announcements

Dear CrossPointe,This Sunday we’ll finish Romans 6 by looking at verses 20–23. This short text serves as a summary of Paul’s point throughout the chapter. All people, whether they realize it or not, have a master—sin or God. And these masters take us somewhere—either to death or eternal life. As we close out Romans 6, pray with me that th...

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Preparing for Sunday + Weekly Announcements

Dear CrossPointe, During our series on Romans, we’ve heard repeatedly about the amazing grace of Christ toward believers. He has saved us not because of our abilities or inherent goodness but because of his mercy, and then he calls us to lives that glorify him. I thought it would be good, then, to look at a story from one of the Gospels to see more closely how our S...

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Preparing for Sunday + Weekly Announcements

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Dear CrossPointe,In our text this week, Romans 6:15–19, Paul continues his attack on the cheap grace of antinomianism by explaining that true grace transfers us from slavery to sin to slavery to righteousness. The good news is not that we must change our own hearts and do better, but that God gives us a new heart with which we are now enabled to obey.Take some time t...

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This Sunday: “Present Yourselves to God”

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Dear CrossPointe,We’ve been marinating in the beautiful and incredibly rich truth of our union with Christ so far in Romans 6. Paul has been establishing the foundation that by faith we are united to Christ and thus share in all the benefits of His death and resurrection. Now, starting in Romans 6:11, he makes a transition from stating the indicative truth of ou...

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Announcements, Sept. 15, 2017

Sunday Morning Classes (Sundays, 9 a.m.) || E-mail Leah Carr to sign up!- How to Read the Bible: taught by Robert Ward and Joseph Davis- Deepen Discipleship: a discipleship process that prepares Christians for both local and global disciple-making, taught by Springer Cain and Josh Hutchinson- The Person & Work of Christ: taught by Reuben Moyana Ladies’ Lunch...

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Announcements, Sept. 8, 2017

Dear CrossPointe,This Sunday we venture into Romans 6, one of the most important chapters on sanctification and the Christian life in all of the Bible. Up to this point, Paul has been establishing the central truth of justification by faith alone in Christ alone. No amount of good works or Law-following can save us. Rather, we are saved by God’s free gift o...

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Announcements, Sept. 1, 2017

Dear CrossPointe,We’ll pause our series on Romans this Sunday and spend some time in Psalm 67, a song about the nations’ need for joy in the one true God! Will Hawk will lead us through the text, and then we’ll gather around the Lord’s Table together for communion.Grace & peace,Brad*Church offices will be closed on Monday, Sept. 4, for Labor Day...

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Announcements, August 25, 2017

Dear CrossPointe,Our text this week, Romans 5:15–21, is thick with glorious gospel truth. This is definitely a passage you don’t want to eat cold on Sunday. In it Paul concludes his tightly woven argument about how all people are either in Adam by sin or in Christ by grace. The logic is clear—if death reigned through one man’s sin, how muc...

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Announcements, August 18, 2017

Dear CrossPointe,C.S. Lewis once said that in order to understand the cure of the gospel, we must understand the disease of sin. The great English preacher J.C. Ryle wrote, “Dim or indistinct views of sin are the origin of most of the errors, heresies, and false doctrines of the present day.”Our text this week, Romans 5:12–14, is one of the most pivotal t...

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