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Hope for Me Too

Posted by Zach Calhoun on

Introduction: If you’re not on social media, you may be unaware of the swirling conversations regarding sexual abuse and harassment triggered by recent events. Our Associate Student Minister has written this post in response. As I check all of my social media feeds almost hourly, I see...

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September

Posted by Debi Ford on

September marks the beginning of Fall to me. A time to evaluate where I have been and where I still need to go. I consider Fall a time to begin a fresh start on this journey from "here to there". As a child this was the last weekend of our summer break. School would begin the morning after...

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Let Love Be Loudest

Posted by Jennifer Moore on

When I was a little girl, one of the simple principles my mother instilled in me was to love. We were not even allowed to use the word "hate" in any form in our house. It was one of those things I appreciated about growing up in a Christian home. Sounds simple right?  Well, maybe not. But...

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Garbage In, Garbage Out Follow Up

Posted by Rhett Marley on

In 1996, I bought my first CD ever. I was eight years old when I came home with DC Talk’s latest album: Jesus Freak. What ensued the rest of that day is something I’ll never forget. I had the album BLASTED in our house! It started out with me running around the house doing flips off...

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Remove Your Mask

Posted by Peppy DuTart on

Have you ever noticed that people seem to have a mask for every kind of occasion?  And most have become extremely skilled at hiding their true self behind their masks.  Think about it – if you wear an “I’m strong” mask, you don’t have to worry about...

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Pep Talk: Hope and Healing in the Home

Posted by Peppy DuTart on

You hear the term “dysfunctional” in regard to families a lot these days.  The word dysfunctional refers to the sense of disintegration produced in a family where there is a lot of hurt.  From a Christian perspective, it’s a home that is not functioning the...

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Pep Talk: A Four Part Vision

Posted by Peppy DuTart on

I am absolutely convinced that there is nothing more impacting than a vision.  Every great institution, every great invention, every great innovation known to the human race has been the result of somebody’s vision.  Over the past ten weeks, I have asked you to envision what a...

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Project 3T Recap

Posted by Richard Peterson on

We could have passed the basket. That would have been a simple solution. After all, a replacement for that deteriorating playground equipment on Crossroads’ property was an expense that hadn’t been budgeted. But could the playground problem be a way to teach us, who are Crossroads...

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When It's Hard To Be Thankful

Posted by Debi Ford on

As we gather together at the table this year to give thanks, we marvel at the sweet smiles on the bright and shiny new faces that have appeared. We see the hand of God at work at their coming.  There is the remembrances of our childhood escapades. The telling and retelling of stories...

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Project 3T: Garfield's Story

Posted by Garfield Willacey on

Our Student Ministry Pastor, Garfield Willacey, shares a story from his past experience with a challenge similar to Project 3T.  Learn more about Project 3T

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