This Sunday: “Let Us Consider” (Hebrews 10:19-25)
As I mentioned last week, we're going to take a brief summer break from Romans. This Sunday we'll look at Hebrews 10:19-25, especially zooming in on v24, "And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works." My plan is to examine what this text has to say about living together as a local church and share my heart pastorally about where we are as a faith family. I trust it will encourage us!
We'll also be praying for our Uganda team which will depart this week to serve alongside King Jesus Church in Busega, Uganda. And finally, we'll come to the Lord's Table this first Sunday of June. Let's prepare our hearts to receive from the Lord and remember the gospel.
Looking forward to seeing you!
Children’s Ministry “Move-up” Sunday (Sunday) || If you are moving up to K–5th Grade this fall, get a head-start in Children’s Ministry! This will only affect Room 11 and Kids’ Church, since all other rooms advance by age year-round. E-mail Cristin Wise with any questions!
Men’s Lunch (June 5, 11:45 a.m.) || Meet the men of CrossPointe at Momma Goldberg’s (downtown) for fellowship! RSVP to Springer Cain to make sure we save enough seats.
Men’s Study: The Holy Spirit (Sat., 9:30 a.m., started June 2) || Drew Nelson will be leading a study on the Holy Spirit using Jared Wilson’s book Supernatural Power for Everyday People. The group will meet for 10 weeks at Midtown Coffee. E-mail Drew if you’ll be there.
Register for VBS! || Vacation Bible School is coming June 25–29, and rising K–5th-grade students are invited. To register your child or volunteer, sign up here.
Clothing for Safe House || Safe House Ministries needs clothing, blankets, and personal hygiene items. Please bring donations to CrossPointe in a bag labeled “Safe House” and leave them behind the info desk in the foyer. Contact Keith Myers with any questions!
Serving Widows, Single Moms, and Military Wives || Bill Harrison is assembling a team to serve these women in the church by assisting with various needs (home, auto, yard-work, financial advice, etc.). If you would like to assist or need assistance, please contact Bill.