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Announcements: June 29

  *Don’t forget member directory pictures near the cafe before/after worship!“One Another” Member Meeting (July 8)Every other month CrossPointe’s members gather for a “One Another” meeting to consider matters pertinent to the life of the church. Our next meeting is Sunday, July 8 (6–8 p.m.). Non-members are welcome to attend,...

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This Sunday: Psalm 116

Dear CrossPointe,This week we will be digging into Psalm 116, a Psalm which encourages us with God’s faithfulness even in uncertain circumstances. One of the reasons I chose this Psalm is the beautifully encouraging first verse, which reads, “he has heard my voice and my pleas for mercy.” This culminates in the writer’s vow: “I will call on hi...

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Announcements-June 22

Member DirectoryMembers, please go to the classroom near the cafe before or after the service to complete an information card and have your picture taken for the directory.Bible Study TrainingIf you are a member interested in leading a Bible study for CrossPointe, please come to a formal training on Wednesday, June 27 (6:30–7:30 p.m.). Childcare will be provided.&ldq...

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This Sunday: "Bless the Lord, O My Soul"

CrossPointe,This Sunday we’ll be in Psalm 103 (one of my favorites). Charles Spurgeon called it a “Bible in itself” because it is such a rich and full account of God’s glory in saving his people.It will be especially poignant this Sunday to think about God’s saving power as we witness the baptisms of four people. Seeing the Gospel on display i...

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Announcements-June 15, 2012

Baby Bottle Boomerang // Bible Study Training // Baptism Sunday // "One Another" Mtg. // Kits for Kids // Young Adults...

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This Sunday: "From Everlasting to Everlasting"

Dear CrossPointe,This Sunday we kick off a summer in the Psalms. This collection of 150 songs was in essence the hymnal for God’s people in the Old Testament period. So, although we generally think of Psalms as a book, it was first a collection of songs meant to be sung rather than chapters meant to be read. And it is a collection of songs that covers a wide range of...

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This Sunday:

Dear CrossPointe,This week we’ll cover Habakkuk 2:6–20 which is an intense scene of judgment in which God speaks woe over the Chaldeans for their wickedness and idolatry. Scriptures like this don’t usually make it on to coffee cups or t-shirts, but they are really important in helping us to understand God’s character and glory.To prepare your heart ...

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This Sunday: "Yet I Will Rejoice in the Lord"

Dear CrossPointe,This Sunday we conclude our study of Habakkuk with a look at chapter 3. In these verses, Habakkuk utters a prayer for God to be merciful and then breaks out into a sort of praise song in which he recounts God’s history of saving his people by his great might and power. All this leaves Habakkuk humbled and quiet, yet confident that God is worthy of hi...

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