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From Your Pastor’s Heart

From Your Pastor’s Heart Wednesday, October 21, 2015, was “Back to the Future” day. The iconic 1985 movie, which spun off two other movies (BTTF, part 2, actually gives us the date 10/21/2015), provided my generation with a lot of expectations: self-tying shoes, hover boards, dog walking robots. Not many of the movie’s predictions came…

From Your Pastors Heart

From Your Pastor’s Heart #summersabbath June 14 – July 26 #summersabbath is a suspension of our regular Sunday night programs for the purpose of strengthening the core relationships of the Crossroads Baptist Church family. Last summer (2014) in conjunction with our Faith@Home ministry we suspended our Sunday evening ministries for the month of July. This…

From Your Pastors Heart

From Your Pastor’s Heart. A few weeks after Celina and I said our “I do’s” (08/03/1991), America lost a literary icon (09/24/1991). Theodore Geisel died that day, the man best known by children and their parents as Dr. Seuss. The month of March has been declared as “Dr. Seuss Month”. Children all over America have…

From Your Pastor’s Heart

From Your Pastor’s Heart Sitting across from my wife, Celina, on Valentine Day over a black tablecloth with pink napkins and roses, gentle music playing softly in the background; we affirmed our love for each other. We were reminded of the past, but spent most of our time looking forward to many more Valentine days…

STAND FIRM

From Your Pastor’s Heart STAND FIRM There is an old saying that says, “If you don’t stand for something, you will fall for anything.” There is nothing truer to describe the state of the church today. Tolerance has loosened the church’s grip on truth. In an effort to become more culturally relevant the church has…

Pastor’s Blog: How Firm a Foundation

How Firm A Foundation God’s People Reading God’s Word January 8 – January 11, 2015 All around the world skyscrapers reach high into urban horizons creating beautiful cityscapes. Few people, who admire the heights that these buildings reach, realize just how deep they plunge beneath the surface of the ground. To offset the height and…

Pastor’s Blog: In All Things Give Thanks

I would like to begin my comments with a sincere thank you for Crossroads’ expressions of appreciation to myself and our staff leadership. Your kind words, thoughtful cards, and generous monetary gifts are a sweet blessing. You will never know just how much each one of those is multiplied by God’s grace for our joy…

Pastor’s Blog: Labor “IN” the Lord

From Your Pastor’s Heart THEREFORE, MY BELOVED BROTHERS, BE STEADFAST, IMMOVABLE, ALWAYS ABOUNDING IN THE WORK OF THE LORD, KNOWING THAT IN THE LORD YOUR LABOR IS NOT IN VAIN. 1 CORINTHIANS 15:58 This verse, written by the apostle Paul for the church in Corinth (southern Greece) in the middle part of the 1st century…

Pastor’s Blog: God’s Word Our Treasure Psalm 119:11

God’s Word, our treasure (Psalm 119:11) The law of the Lord is perfect, reviving the soul; The testimony of the Lord is sure, making wise the simple; The precepts of the Lord are right, rejoicing the h eart; The commandment of the Lord is pure, enlightening the eyes; The fear of the Lord is clean,…

Pastor’s Blog: Summer @ Home

From Your Pastor’s Heart SUMMER[AT]HOME has been a wonderful experience this past month. It has been wonderful for families to enjoy each other and enjoy God together. Thanks to everyone who has participated and posted on Facebook. Remember that on Sunday, August 10 we will be recognizing our families who have participated. We will also…