Youth Camp Friday has begun

We are kicking off Friday at Falls Creek. Keep praying for our teenagers and adults. We will be taking time this evening to give everyone time to respond to  we have been learning this week. Pray that God would solidify the big ideas he wants us to take home with us. You can stream or last service tonight beginning at 7:30:


Youth Camp Thursday Update

Wanted to let you in on our Thursday. We just got out of some team building on the challenge courses. It was a blast. You should all get to have a chance to scale a ten foot wall with a bunch of middle schoolers. Awesome! We have about a day and a half left. Keep asking God to work in our teenagers and workers. Remember you can check out tonight’s service:


Youth Camp Mid-Week

Hey everybody. We have reached the mid-way point of camp. It’s been a great week so far. We’ve been learning how Christ unites us as a family. This morning five of us ran the 5K. Keep praying. We have a couple more big days left.

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What a fun day at the ballpark!

We had a great day together Sunday. After a service about our confidence before God in Christ, we all went to watch the Rangers together. We took a total of 75 people! Thanks, everyone who came and invited your friends. Make sure to tell your friends thanks for coming and invite them back to CrossRoads soon. A special thanks to Jamey, Autumn and Chris who headed out to the ballpark ahead of us to get lunch ready. What a blast!

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The least likely to start a movement

Have you figured it out yet? Your life is about making a difference. This past Sunday we discussed an idea that is near to the heart of who we are at CrossRoads. My dream for our church is that we would be a church that makes a difference offering people the life, love and purpose we have found in Christ. In Acts 4 we found that it was some of the least visible people who touched the most lives as the church was getting its start. That same reality is true today.

God shook the world through the lives of men and women whose names we will never know this side of eternity. Through their prayers and shared lives they impacted the lives around them and brought the kingdom of heaven to our world. They supported the Apostles as they traveled Asia and Europe with the message of Christ. They gave the people who came to believe the gospel a place to call home. They endured persecution and trials to become a movement that would shape the future and point toward eternity.

The next two Sundays are going to be critical to our success leaving our footprint in the lives of the people around us. This Sunday we will take a look at how God takes some of the least likely lives and uses them to turn the world upside down. Then, make sure not to miss Sunday, March 1st. This will be a big day for our church as we give you a taste of the power of small groups during our Sunday morning service. I can’t wait for you to experience the way the love and power of God are shared as his people share their lives.

See you Sunday!
Pastor Jonathan