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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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Project 3T: Time... Slipping Away

Posted by Zach Calhoun on

Written by Zach Calhoun, Student Ministry Intern. What we do with our finite amount of time affects today as well as eternity.  Are you using your time wisely? For the majority of my life I was terrible at time management.  I spent my time watching crazy amounts of television and...

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Using Your Talents Wisely Starts with the Right Perspective

Posted by Jeremy DeYoung on

We've all heard the statement "you can do anything you put your mind to". And most likely, we have at some point in life believed in this idea or even passed it along to others. The fundamental flaw in this statement is that the concept is ultimately self-centered. For most of my life, I fell...

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The Clock is Ticking

Posted by Peppy DuTart on

Time is a limited resource.  And sadly, a lot of people, including Christians don’t understand just how important time really is until they are just about out of it.  When a person finds out they have a terminal illness, the first question they ask is – “How...

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Four Hearts - What Kind of Heart Do You Have?

Posted by Garfield Willacey on

Hello, Crossroads! I really enjoyed studying God's word with you guys this past weekend and wanted to do a midweek follow-up to remind us all of the heart that God wants us to have. As we all know- after Sunday, there is Monday and life can get going really fast.A lot of times we forget what...

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Recipe for a Spirit-filled Special Needs Service

Posted by Peppy DuTart on

Recipe for a Spirit-filled Special Needs Service:1/2 Cup of committed teachers named Jim and Margo 4 Tablespoons of Worship Band Leadership 24 Cups of sweet, energized, enthusiastic, on-fire-for-the-Lord Special Needs Adults 1 1/2 Teaspoons of Special Need preaching by Allen 1...

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Pep Talk: What It's Like To Baptize In The Ocean

Posted by Peppy DuTart on

Besides watching out for sharks, avoiding riptides, and battling not falling down in front of a couple of hundred people – I can honestly say that baptism is one of the most rewarding and exhilarating experiences I’ve had since becoming a pastor. Those who enter the ocean water to be...

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Pep Talk: Twenty Five Years of Ministry

Posted by Peppy DuTart on

It’s hard to believe that 25 years have passed since we started CCC.  Some have asked me what are the most important lessons I’ve learned since starting the church.  For me personally, I can think of two things: #1.  Preach God’s Word #2.  Love the...

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