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Elder Candidate Q&A: Paul Fincher

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Get to know Paul Fincher this Wednesday! We're in the process of affirmingthree of our pastoral staff as elders of CrossPointe, and Paul Fincher is first! Before we vote at our member meeting on Sun., Jan. 7, we'reholdinga Q A this Wed., Jan. 3, at 6:30 p.m. Get to know Paul, andask him questions!...

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Preparing for 2018 + Weekly Announcements

Dear CrossPointe,As 2017 draws to a close, I'm filled with gratitude for the Lord's grace these past 12 months and eager with anticipation for the year ahead. In April, we'll have been a church for 13 years! When I take a moment to reflect, it seems like a lifetime ago when we first started meeting in the Old Mountain Hill Schoolhouse, yet at times seems like it was yester...

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Lift 2018 Ski Retreat

Check out all the details and sign-up for Lift 2018, our 8th annual CrossPointe Youth Ski Retreat!...

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Christmas at CrossPointe

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Join us in celebrating the birth of Jesus this Sunday!We'll gather Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. as we praise God in song, pray together, and hear God's Word preached. (As a reminder, we will not have childcare available on Dec. 24th or 31st.)Then, we'll gather again for our Christmas Eve serviceat 5 p.m.There will be hot cider and cookies, and kids are welcome to wear thei...

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Welcoming Tyler & Chelsi Kirkpatrick to CrossPointe!

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Dear CrossPointe,As you all know, we are very excited about the plan to start a new church with Will Hawk in 2018. Preparationsare well underway for this effort, which we anticipate will take place in the Summer and early Fall. As part of this plan, we have undertaken a search to fill the eventual void on our pastoral staff after Will transitions to the new church.To that ...

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Preparing for Sunday + Weekly Announcements

Dear CrossPointe,I'm looking forward tothis Sunday! Our main text will be just one verse, 2 Corinthians5:21. This one verse contains an enormous amount of truth and we'll spend time thinking deeply about the implications of the fact that the incarnate and sinless Son was made to "be sin"for us so that "in him we might become the righteousness of God."Amazing!Looking forwar...

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Preparing for Sunday + Weekly Announcements

Dear Crosspointe,Hope that this week has been a good oneso far. As we continue taking a short break from our Romans series,I am looking forward to leading our time together this Sunday. We will be looking at Philippians 4:19and some verses in Acts 16. The sermon title will be "Be United, Joyful, and in Prayer."We will study God's word together to see how the gospel compels...

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Preparing for Sunday + Weekly Announcements

Dear CrossPointe,I hope each of you had a blessed Thanksgiving day with friends and family. We indeed have so much to be thankful for as a church. Before we launch into a busy December, consider taking a moment to think about how kind God has been to you and to us as a church. Set aside a few minutes to look through our member directory and write a note to that person who ...

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Preparing for Sunday + Weekly Announcements

Dear CrossPointe,Praise God for his grace to us! If you've missed the last two weeks, I encourage you to go to our website and hear about our plans to plant a church out of CrossPointe sometime in 2018. If you're interested in being a part of or hearing more about the church plant, there will be an informational lunch immediately following the servicethis Sunday. PleaseRSV...

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This Sunday: Planting the Gospel in Columbus

Dear CrossPointe,Last Sunday Brad shared with us a theology of the local church, highlighting its significance in God's mission to redeem the world. In light of that, Will Hawk will be preaching this Sunday concerning the church CrossPointe will be planting next year. So come this Sunday eager to hear about our vision for the church-plant and the hope of the gospel for God...

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