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Community Events

JUSA Soccer - Picture Day (Hot Dogs & Water) Soccer Field Carnivals Egg Drops Movies in the Park 4th of July Booth (Being present at an already established event) Chili Cook-Off Ribbon Cuttings Community Involvement

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EASTERSALT

CROSSPOINTE LEADER'S EASTER GUIDEWe are praying for God to do big things this Easter! We are believing that people are going to FIND AND FOLLOW JESUS! We believe this so much that we are making more room for people who don’t yet know the amazing hope that is Jesus....

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Superbowl Commercials at Crosspointe Church.

This Sunday, Feb. 4th we will be watching Superbowl commercials at Crosspointe Church.  I’ll be teaching a message and talking about God’s perspective through some of the themes of the most famous super bowl commercials. It’s 30 Seconds of Theology. We now live in...

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Giving God 1% of your day

Giving God 1% of Your Day If you desire to be spiritually strong you can do it by giving God 1% of your day, you must replace attitudes that are weakening you, with habits that will strengthen you. A Daily Time With God. The first and most important habit is a daily...

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The Yearly Marriage Audit

The first week of January each year Shannon and I go on an extended date night with the purpose of performing the yearly marriage audit. What is an Audit? According to Investopedia,  “A typical audit is an objective examination and evaluation of the financial...

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The Joy of Christmas: Have you lost yours?

I want you to experience the joy of Christmas this year.  Here are a couple of great letters children wrote to Santa. "Dear Santa, you did not bring me anything good last year. You did not bring me anything good the year before that. This is your last chance. Signed,...

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Life is a Marathon: How to Run it Well

Guest Post by Shannon Moore My husband was very kind to me yesterday in how he spoke of my marathon training. He made me look good. (That’s what all good husbands do! Thanks, babe!) But, for those of you who know me well, you know that I ran, eh hem, jogged that...

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