Hebrews 10:24 says "let us consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds, not forsaking our own assembling together, as is the habit of some, but encourage one another, and all the more as you see the day drawing near."
At the core of Crossroads is a desire to cultivate a deep and loving community. A community group is a small group community where you can develop deep and lasting friendships. It's a place where you can bring your questions about the Christian life. It's a place where you will be challenged to grow in your relationship with Jesus. It's a place to find support when you're struggling.
Each Community Group will look a little different in how they function. But, at the core of all of them you will find people breaking bread together, studying the Bible together, praying together, and meeting each other's needs.
If you would like to learn more about community groups or are interested in joining one, please email Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org
Men's Ministry at Crossroads Community Church is dedicated to developing men to be the spiritual leader God called them to be. (Ephesians 5) As an integral part of our church, your family, and the community, men must have a strong connection to The Father, to prayer, to their family, and to one another.
Hebrews 10:25 "Not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another..."
Men, you have been invited, now accept the invitation and see what you are Accomplishing, Overcome your Challenges, Know God's Truth, and be encouraged to take the necessary Steps to Succeed.
Contact Joel if you have questions about Men's Ministry at Crossroads.
At Crossroads, we want to help foster the friendships of women through Bible studies, activities, and events. Through these activities we hope to teach and encourage today's Christian women to walk whole heartedly for our Lord and encourage each other in Christ.
If you are interested in any more information about our women’s ministries please reach out to us by emailing email@example.com
by Sharon Hodde Miller
God never called us to be nice.
We live in a culture that prizes niceness as one of its highest virtues. Niceness keeps the peace, wins friends, gains influence, and serves our reputations well, but it also takes the teeth out of our witness and the power out of our faith. When we choose to be nice instead of faithful, we bear fruits that are bland, bitter, empty, and rotten to the core.
In this 5-session series based on her book, Sharon Hodde Miller explores the seemingly innocent idol that has crept into our faith and quietly corrupted it, producing the bad fruits of cowardice, inauthenticity, shallowness, and more. She challenges readers to cultivate a better “tree,” providing practical steps to reclaim our credibility as followers of Christ, and bear better, richer, more life-giving fruits.
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