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Waking Up the Sun and Being Overwhelmed with Grace

Recently I had the privilege of being the recipient of something that in the past I was part of the giving. While the role reversal was slightly and initially awkward, mainly due to my pride which I needed to and did repent from, I was...

Starting a Budget

The term “budget” is not a word that most people like to hear. It often conjures up images of second-hand stores, old clunky cars and bread and water for every meal. Budgets aren’t flashy – but what they accomplish may be! What many...

The Power of Thankfulness

If you talk to any of the life coaches out there or read books surrounding the topic of how to have a positive attitude or live a happier life, you will find one of the most repeated pieces of advice is to stay thankful and continually practice...

Ebola Support

It is hard to believe that one year ago the country of Sierra Leone was in a terrible struggle with Ebola. Hundreds perished as a result of this latest outreach with many more lives impacted.

To Die is Gain

Recently I was talking to a friend about her husband’s health situation – how things were going at home and what they were expecting to do next.

Leading Like a King or Queen

From our earliest dreams as children, which are continually reinforced through movies and books down through the years since, we from time to time ponder what would it be like to be a king or queen as the case might be. What would I do? Where...

The Stress of Buying Christmas Gifts

Maybe you’re like me, and you’ve discussed with your family the idea of not exchanging Christmas gifts this year because you end up spending money on frivolous things or mindlessly swapping gift cards. But soon the pressures of holiday...

My American Dream

It is no secret that this country is on the cusp of a very important election. Accordingly, the two parties are positioning themselves to present the best case to the American people so that they can either remain in the White House or gain...

Breaking Down Barriers With Captions

Here at The Chapel we have a ministry that is devoted to reaching out to the culturally rich Deaf community with access to sign language interpreting services. Every Sunday at 9am at the CrossPoint Campus, there are 4 qualified sign language...

What A Year!

If you were to take the summation of this past year, what is one thing that you would take an opportunity to celebrate? To think back on it, there may be more than one, but the beauty of being able to look back on a year and see what God has done...

Planting a church in New York City

The story of one of our church partners, Renaissance Christian Church that was planted in Harlem, NY.

Why is Spiritual Discipline So Hard?

The gospel of Jesus Christ is not about what we can do to earn God’s favor, it is about what God has done in Jesus to reconcile us to Himself. But while this salvation is a gift of God, God does require that we participate with Him through...