The 2018 Annual Report for CrossPoint Church is now available online at http://www.crosspointcairns.com/annualreports/.
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So far Jason Harris has created 11 blog entries.
As a young church, we've been praying about how to set out some statement of the doctrines to which we hold. After much prayer and consideration, it looks like we're leaning toward affirming The 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith. However, this leads to an important question. Must we subscribe to every single thing in [...]
Jason Harris announced this week that CrossPoint is seeking donations to help with the assistance of those caught up in domestic violence situations. The announcement was made on the CrossPoint facebook page and has been met with a good response. The link for giving is http://www.crosspointcairns.com/giving/. Several have already given toward this appeal and CrossPoint [...]
We had our AGM almost two weeks ago. It was a wonderful time of celebrating and "trellis work." It lasted 60 minutes from start to finish and that included some times of worship in song! Five motions were agreed on unanimously and we heard some exciting reports of new ministry opportunities for the coming financial [...]
As the old saying goes, "find a job you love and you'll never work another day in your life." It's true. How many people spend the work day watching the clock but then go home and work even harder than they did all day on some hobby or passion or project? Why is that? Because [...]
My earlier post asked the question did Jesus exist? This post addresses a slightly different question. Did the historical figure Jesus whose existence is attested by secular history resemble the Jesus which is described in the Christian Scriptures? We could ask this question in several different ways. Is the New Testament historically credible or is [...]
Someone recently told me "I have no reason to think your Jesus ever lived or died." The comment seems absurd to those who live within the orb of Christianity, but are there grounds to question the historical existence of Jesus the Christ? The question really entails two questions. The first question has to do with [...]