Freezing Time


As our heavenly father, God has designed us to mature. He doesn’t want His children to be frozen in time, stuck in spiritual immaturity. He wants us to progress in relationship with Him through time.


4/3/16- 5/1/16

Jesus’ death and resurrection shook the entire world. In the days and weeks that followed that first Easter Sunday, the aftershocks of those world-changing events began to unfold. In this series, we’ll see how 2,000 years later, there are still aftershocks because of the resurrection.

The Curious Case of Israel


How does Israel fit into the plans of God for the world and for redemption? As we look back at one of the covenants God made with Israel, we will see how it fits in to the whole story of Scripture, but also how it impacts our lives today.

A Second Look


Although the story of the resurrection is a very old one, we encourage you to take a second look. You may be surprised by what you find.

Good Friday


On Friday, March 25, 2016, all three campuses met at our CrossPoint Campus for a special Good Friday service.


2/28/16- 3/20/16

At the heart of the Gospel is Christ’s love for us. The Bible talks about the width, length, height, and depth of this love – so how do you grasp something that magnificent? But if we do, it will fundamentally change us and how we live in that love.

Waking Up The Sun

2/7/16- 2/21/16

The bleak of winter can sometimes be a difficult time to find joy. No life on the trees, bitter cold, and less daylight. But joy does not escape us, even if we can’t find it in our surroundings or our circumstances. In fact, true joy – real, lasting joy – goes beyond all that.

Radical is Normal

1/10/16- 1/31/16

What makes a life truly radical? Is it a life that is filled with risk and extremes? What if a truly radical life was actually much more normal than that? In this series, we will see that our significance doesn't come from us making radical decisions so much as it comes from God’s radical love in our lives.

It's A Small World


In our culture today, we can be connected with people literally from around the world. The Gospel can, and should, go to every person everywhere – but what does that look like in real life? And what is our responsibility in the process as disciples of Jesus?

A Year of Seed


God's Word is planted in our hearts each and every time we gather together as a congregation. Looking back on this year, we realize just how faithful He has been in teaching us. We want to remember what God has shown us so that we can obey Him going forward.

Christmas Eve


The Christmas Eve service at the CrossPoint Campus on December 24, 2015.

Xmas: Keeping Christ in Christmas

11/29/15- 12/20/15

In order to rightly understand the purpose of Christmas, we need to first discover the reason for the incarnation. When we do that, we realize that the incarnation of Jesus changed everything for us.