On Friday, November 8th Crosspoint Church hosted an “Evangelism Training” to equip believers to proclaim the gospel and make disciples.
On April 12-13, many Crosspoint men gathered together to discover what the Bible says about biblical manhood. We were privledged to have Dr. Richard Phillips teach four sessions on what he calls, "The Masculine Mandate." The audio from all four sessions are available below. Our prayer is that you will be edified through this teaching and we hope that you to join us next year for our Men's Retreat 2014.
This Good Friday we gathered at Crosspoint to worship through fellowship, song, and the teaching of the Word for what is called “Secret Church.” Secret Church started not too long ago when Pastor David Platt (of the Church at Brook Hills in Birmingham, AL) visited other brothers and sisters in countries across the world, who have been risking their lives to study and understand God’s Word. Platt would teach these brothers and sisters who would want to spend as long at 12 hours learning from Scripture. This inspired Platt to bring this concept back to the states and teach the Wo
The year has turned, the weather is chilling, and January is coming to a close, which can only mean one thing: the Restore Conference is nearly here! As the conference approaches, I’d like to point your attention to four important things that will help you make preparations to attend on February 22-23.
This fall at Crosspoint we offered an evangelism seminar encouraging believers to live missionally on a daily basis. In the session I taught, I defined missional living as ordinary people doing ordinary things with gospel intentionality. But despite my best efforts to be practical, the question likely remains: How do you actually live on mission?
Identify your normal routines
The Bible is crystal clear about holiness. God is holy and He calls us to be holy. However, the Bible is also clear about man’s utter inability to be holy. We cannot read the Bible honestly without feeling this tension on almost every page. The good news is, through the finished work of Christ, God has made a way for us to be accepted as righteous, and to grow in our actual experience and practice of holiness. In other words, holiness is by grace.
With Christmas comes an exciting time of the year for families. The Christmas tree and decorations in our homes are reminders that something is quite different about this time of the year. While Christmas can be filled with rich traditions, for the Christian family, it is a joyous time to call our children’s attention to the birth of our Savior, Jesus.
For those who attend Crosspoint it is pretty easy to notice the many college students that come into Crosspoint each week. In fact, college students make up close to half of the attendance each week. As Crosspoint looks at Clemson’s campus we see a huge need for the Gospel to spread throughout all of the campus! That seems like such a huge task, and it is, but the only way it is possible is if we depend on the Spirit of God to penetrate hearts and open people’s eyes to their need for a Savior. So here are some things that Crosspoint is doing to strike Cl
Back in September, Crosspoint Kids Ministry kicked off another year of Kids Connection!
This year we began a new and exciting curriculum called The Gospel Project. The Bible is not a collection of stories. It is one story, the story of God's plan to rescue His people from sin and death. It is the story of redemption, the gospel message of Jesus Christ.
Given the opportunity to share about the Girl’s Youth Ministry here at Crosspoint, I would love to boast in what the Lord is doing in and through these girls. Firstly, He is using them to transform my life. Everyday is a new opportunity to learn how to selflessly serve them and point them to Christ. They are some of the most involved girls. You can normally find me frequenting a volleyball game to watch my girls, at a football game to take pictures as they cheer, at Starbucks enjoying a sweet treat while discussing the latest news in their school, eating cooki