Our faith doesn’t grow on its own. It needs to be challenged and encouraged on a consistent basis. And while The Crossing’s Sunday morning ministries are certainly designed toward that end, limiting ourselves to just those opportunities would be much like eating a single meal each week.
That’s why we feel it’s important for each of us to take responsibility for regularly developing our spiritual lives outside of the time we actually spend at church. In light of that goal, we hope to use this page to offer, over time, more and more resources that will foster a deeper love for God and aid in the application of his truth to every facet of our lives.
God has designed biblically driven teaching and musical worship to be vitally important means of nourishing our faith. With that in mind, this page is designed to give you additional access to the sermons, classes, and music found at The Crossing. So whether you’ve missed something or would simply benefit from hearing it again, take advantage of The Crossing’s media library. You can also sign-up for podcasting to get instant updates.
Browse through service resources or highlights from special events at The Crossing.
For those who are unable to attend a Sunday service we offer a video live stream.
A common trait of mature, fruitful Christians is their commitment to read books that encourage vibrant, God-honoring faith in various ways. With that in mind, The Crossing offers the following recommendations. (These books are available near cost in The Bookstore on Sunday mornings.)
Point of Focus is a monthly feature designed to help you better understand the Bible and theology, explain and defend the Christian worldview, and engage cultural issues from a biblical perspective.
Join us this year as we read through the New Testament, the Psalms, and Proverbs.
We are continuing the Scripture Memory Program at The Crossing for 2012. Dallas Willard, professor of Philosophy at the University of Southern California, wrote, “Bible memorization is absolutely fundamental to spiritual formation. If I had to choose between all the disciplines of the spiritual life, I would choose Bible memorization, because it is a fundamental way of filling our minds with what it needs. This book of the law shall not depart out of your mouth. That’s where you need it! How does it get in your mouth? Memorization.” We strongly encourage you to participate.
We’re happy to provide links to other websites that will help you deepen your relationship with Christ and equip you to serve him faithfully and effectively in our culture. While we might not always agree with everything these sites communicate, we’re sure you’ll benefit from frequenting their content.