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TemptationProverbs 7Solomon has a "sex talk" with his sons. In it he has a message he hopes they will never forget.By Joshua Gutteridge.
DevotionProverbs 3:5-8; 9:10In this sermon we unpack a basic but profound insight from Proverbs: A relationship with God is calculated to empower our lives with wisdom.By Joshua Gutteridge.
Proverbs 1:1-7Wisdom is God-centered competence for the complexities of life. In this message we look at the first step needed to prepare for a life of wisdom.By Joshua Gutteridge.
Mark 4In this sermon we look at how to cultivate a kingdom mindset.By Joshua Gutteridge.
Mark 4As we outline the parable of the sower, we look at how to protect a kingdom mindset from various threats.By Joshua Gutteridge.
Associate Pastor Mark Friday speaks on how adversity can be used as a barometer for our faith.By Associate Pastor Mark Friday.
Redeeming Gospel - Romans 6:23Youth Sunday at Crosspoint ChurchBy Youth Pastor Tim Brown.
Associate Pastor Mark Friday explores what the bible says about submission to the authorities in our church, our family, our government, and our workplace.By Associate Pastor Mark Friday.
What is the meaning, people, and mode for Christian baptism?By Joshua Gutteridge.
"A Healthy Church"Romans 16In Paul’s final greetings to the Roman Christians, he gives some final reminders as a church.By Joshua Gutteridge.
Romans 15:14-21Paul outlines his travel plans for his vision to reach new people for Christ.By Joshua Gutteridge.
Romans 14Paul outlines how Christians can remain united even when they differ on morally neutral issues.By Joshua Gutteridge.
Christians, Politics & CultureRomans 13:1-14Paul outlines the relationship Christians are to have with the government and culture.By Joshua Gutteridge.
Romans 12:9-21Paul outlines what "genuine love" looks like in our relationships with Christians and non-Christians.By Joshua Gutteridge.
Romans 12:3-8Paul exhorts the Roman Christians on how to relate to the church through sober judgment and spiritual gifts.By Joshua Gutteridge.
A Living SacrificeRomans 12:1-2In this sermon on Romans 12:1-2, we outline the ways we can grow in radical obedience to God.By Joshua Gutteridge.
Elder Mark Friday gives a message on what trusting in the Lord looks like and why it is so important.By Elder Mark Friday.
Luke 24:30-35Jesus gives a public defense of His resurrection to two disciples walking to Emmaus while remaining under disguise. The two doubting disciples realize in a moment that Jesus is “risen indeed.”By Joshua Gutteridge.
In this sermon we review the Triumphal Entry of Christ on Palm Sunday (Mark 11:1-11). As Jesus enters Jerusalem determined to confront temple authorities and die for the sin of the world, the people praise Him with “Hosanna”. As believers we seek to join their praise of thanks.By Joshua Gutteridge.
Paul's doxology in Romans 11:33-36 gives us principles for worship.By Joshua Gutteridge.
Romans 11: Paul outlines God's saving plan for Jewish people with the aim of helping Gentile believers understand their salvation in relationship to Israel.By Joshua Gutteridge.
What is the nature of saving faith? How does a person become a Christian? Paul outlines the dynamics of saving faith in Romans 10:8-9.By Joshua Gutteridge.
Paul defends the character of God in keeping His promises by highlighting unconditional election.By Joshua Gutteridge.
In a "hymn of triumph" (Romans 8:31-39), Paul asks his readers rhetorical questions to help them consider all that they been taught about the gospel in Romans up to this point. The gospel of justification by faith adds up to an unshakable love from God and a secure salvation leading to the perseverance of faith for all believers.…
Suffering cannot compare to the future glory of all believers and creation. God's sovereign process of salvation ensures us that all things work out for good and He will protect us to the end.By Mark Friday.
Read Romans 8:14-17: the Holy Spirit gives the believer deep assurance leading to worship, joy, and a willingness to suffer with Jesus.By Joshua Gutteridge.
In this sermon we outline from Romans 8 what life in the Spirit looks like for the believer. Open to Romans 8:1-13 and jump in with us...By Joshua Gutteridge.
Romans 8 speaks of our need for daily dependence on the Holy Spirit. In this sermon Pastor Josh teaches on who the Holy Spirit is and what His ministry is...By Joshua Gutteridge.
If Romans 6 helps us to overcome license, Romans 7 helps us to overcome legalism. In this sermon we ask the question: How can I defeat legalism without becoming lawless? Dive in and check it out...By Joshua Gutteridge.
Having declared the end of sin's reign, Paul now outlines our slavery to Christ that leads to true freedom. We unpack Romans 6:15-23.By Joshua Gutteridge.
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