CrossPoint has a good streak of making healthy personnel decisions. The most recent example is CrossPoint adding Dr. James Sampley to the ministerial team as our Minister to Missions and Senior Adults. Dr. Sampley served as the pastor of the First Baptist Church of Ashville, Alabama, for more than 17 years before retiring last December. […]
The more than two-dozen commands listed in Romans 12:9-21 intimidate me. It is not so much the volume of the commands that alarm me as much as it is the weight of the commands. 9 Let love be genuine. Abhor what is evil; hold fast to what is good. 10 Love one another with brotherly affection. Outdo […]
Making disciples of men has always been a central element to my ministry. From my first ministry position in 1986 until now, I have made disciples. In each church I have served, I have met with men, prayed for them and taught them Scripture. It is the call of every Christian to make disciples. After […]
Against my better judgment, I have decided to post John Thweatt’s thank you note to you for praying for him and his choice people this week: Dear Dr. Whitley, Please let CrossPoint know how thankful I am for their cards, email, and prayers…I am most thankful for the 1,000 members who sent me a crisp […]
I thought you would like to see a repeat of the Ministry Expo Worship Feature from last weekend that focused on the Student Ministry. I knew this team of Snyder, Windham, Brown, & Whitley was talented, but I did not realize their talent went this deep.
There is no need for an explanation.
The church is not what you think it is. The church is not a building; it is a community of regenerated, baptized believers. It is not a meeting; the church is a movement. It is not a weekly event; the church is a lifestyle. It is not a corporation; the church is the family of […]
At least one advertiser finally gets it.
One time the great evangelist D. L. Moody visited a prison called “The Tombs” to preach to the inmates. After he had finished speaking, Moody talked with a number of men in their cells. He asked each prisoner this question, “What brought you here?” Again and again he received replies like this: “I don’t deserve […]
Dennis Prager explains the Middle East conflict in just a few minutes, and everyone needs this history lesson.