Today unfortunately Jason could not be with us for our Christmas Day gathering, but he put together a short video for it. Hopefully it will be a blessing and an encouragement to you today as you celebrate Christmas and over the next week as 2020 draws to a close. https://www.facebook.com/520618781428977/videos/861136104661037
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Today we finished our last sermon in our series here at Crosspoint through the book of Galatians called "To Those Who Believe". Below, as the conclusion of the series, is a reading through the book of Galatians. https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=816263642520649
In times of tiredness, grief, emotional weariness and great distress, how do we find the strength to keep going? Our text today begins in 1 Samuel 30:1. https://www.facebook.com/crosspointcairns/videos/2874487032674360/
Today we are looking at a fundamental practical truth that is helpful for us, not just in our long term spiritual growth to God's glory, but also in our day to day survival through the frustration, worry, and stress of Covid19. If you have a Bible, feel free to follow along in 1 Peter 4:7-11. [...]
Today we are looking at Psalm 46 so if you have a Bible, feel free to read along. We hope this brief talk from Jason encourages your hearts and brings comfort and joy to you today and in the coming week. https://www.facebook.com/crosspointcairns/videos/236070237476358/
Another week in lock-down, but it is healthy and good at such a time to still set aside a few moments to focus on God and have a time of personal or family worship. Nothing is a replacement for church, but we hope this video offers some encouragement and spreads some joy in God during [...]
Sunday has come and He is risen! Hallelujah! This Easter Sunday probably looks a little different to how many of us may usually like to spend it, but today is a celebration of the ultimate darkness being overcome, death and hell being vanquished, of hope being spread to the furthest corners of the earth. [...]