Announcements, April 21, 2017

CrossPointe,

We’ve been marinating in Romans 3:21–26 for the last few weeks, and for good reason, as many consider this paragraph to be the very heart of Romans. This week, we zero in on the last two verses, which give us a glimpse into the God-centeredness of God.

This idea—that God’s primary motivation is the display of his glory—is not one that we come to naturally. But seeing this truth in the Scriptures will enable us to understand the Bible more clearly. Take some time to read over Romans 3:21–26 again before Sunday. Looking forward to diving in deep with you all!

Grace and peace,

Brad


Women’s Painting Party (April 22, 11 a.m.–1 p.m.) || Join the women of CrossPointe as we paint and get to know one another! Lunch (Chicken Salad Chick) will be provided, and there will be childcare for those who need it. Sign up here!

Men’s Study: John Newton on the Christian Life (Tues., 7 a.m., starting April 25) || Study John Newton’s practical theology together! Pick up a book from the Resource Room, and let Robert Ward know you’ll be coming.

Youth Parents’ Lunch (April 25, 12:30 p.m.) || If you have a teenage child, Will Hawk would love to spend some time praying over our students and discussing how to best point them to Christ. Bring your own lunch, but drinks will be provided.

Starting Pointe (April 29–30) || Whether you’re serious or just curious about joining CrossPointe, come to our membership class! It’s a great way to learn more about the gospel, community, and mission of the church. We’ll meet Saturday morning, 9 a.m. to noon, and Sunday night, 5–7:30 p.m. Snacks are provided, as well as childcare. Sign up by e-mailing Robert Ward.

Children’s Ministry Training (April 30, 9 a.m.) || It’s easy to serve the children and families of CrossPointe: First, come to this brief training. Second, choose your room. Third, start serving! Sign up by e-mailing Cristin Wise.

“One Another” Member Meeting (May 7, 6–7:30 p.m.) || Every other month, CrossPointe’s members gather to discuss matters pertinent to the life of the church. Non-members are welcome, and childcare is provided!

VBS (June 26–30) || Arts, crafts, music, organization, games, snacks, assisting teachers—these are just a few ways you can serve in VBS this year! There will be opportunities to help throughout the month of June as well as various daytime shifts available during VBS week itself. Contact Cristin Wise or Will Hawk with questions, or go ahead and sign up here.