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Gospel seeds in an ultrasound room

Below is a very encouraging note below from Carol Henschel of Sound Choices Pregnancy Clinic and a great reminder to pray for this incredibly important ministry.   I am writing to say a big thank you.  Today started out wrong at my house and I arrived at Sound Choices with less than a heart to see God do much but that changed w...

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“The Message of the Old Testament”

Dear Tribe, As (I hope) you’re aware, CrossPointe is committed to expositional preaching, making the sermon’s point the point of the biblical text. We usually do this by working through books of the Bible. For example, we just spent over six months going through First Corinthians, and in a couple of weeks we’ll do the same with the book of Ruth. But be...

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Consider Supporting Down Syndrome Buddy Walk

A family at CrossPointe, the Millers, will participate in the Chattahoochee Valley Down Syndrome Support Group's 2011 “Buddy Walk.” (You can learn more about this event here.) Chris and Wendy Miller have two daughters, Lauren and Lilly, one with Down Syndrome (Lilly is in the picture below). If you know them (or even if you don't!), please consider signing up t...

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Article on “Gospel Men”

Here’s a great (and short) blog post from Dane Ortlund on 4 kinds of masculinity. The biblical goal? “Soft exterior, hard interior. Rock solid, responsible, risk-taking, calls heresy heresy, calls error error, willing to take shots for the good of the team...all soaked in a gentle demeanor.” Read it here: http://dogmadoxa.blogspot.com/2011/08/gospel-men....

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“Gospel. Community. Mission.”

Dear Tribe, Last Sunday I was both convicted and encouraged as Reynold walked us through Acts 1–5 and the transformation of the early followers of Jesus. If you missed it, I highly encourage you to listen to it here. We’ll begin our series in the beautiful Old Testament book of Ruth in September. But before we get to that, the next few Sundays will consist of...

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This Sunday: “Transformed”

CrossPointe, You’re probably aware that Luke wrote a sequel to his gospel, the book we call Acts. While the Gospel of Luke records some events leading up to (and a little after) Jesus’ death and resurrection, Acts looks at the early impact of the Cross on Jesus’ followers and those who would come to follow the resurrected Savior. This Sunday I’ll ...

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About This Sunday...

Dear CrossPointe, Last Sunday, we looked at First Corinthians 16, but before we move on to some individual messages, I plan to give this letter one more look. It’ll be a “big picture” summary of the major themes found in First Corinthians. Pray that it gives more clarity and Gospel-centered vision to our study of this book. Also, I’m looking forwa...

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Haiti Recap

A missions team recently returned from a week-long medical/construction trip in Haiti (July 20–28). Elayne Saucier has since written a blog describing the trip. You can read it here: Imagine this: You live in a tent. A tent that is one among thousands all crammed into a small area. You sleep on the ground. You have garbage piles all around the tent village. You are ...

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Haiti Recap

A missions team recently returned from a week-long medical/construction trip in Haiti (July 20–28). Elayne Saucier has since written a blog describing the trip. You can read it here: Imagine this: You live in a tent. A tent that is one among thousands all crammed into a small area. You sleep on the ground. You have garbage piles all around the tent village. You are ...

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