Now that I’m blogging a little bit I thought it only appropriate to post about our new church, Crosspointe Baptist Church in Millington, TN. Things have been absolutely incredible here since we arrived. We came on August 12th so I guess that means we’re coming up on three months at Crosspointe. The people have been so loving and supportive, the worship has been exciting and energetic and hopefully the messages have been engaging and motivating.
Truthfully, Crosspointe has had a rough couple of years as a church (any church that is without a pastor for 14 months could definitely encounter some struggles). But what encourages me is that the past is behind us, excitement is building and the vision to impact the world for the Kingdom of God is taking root. I have been so encouraged to see many people forgive past hurts and move on to what God has planned.
The tag line for Crosspointe is “the point of new beginnings” and I would say that God is definitely fulfilling that in our midst right now. God is moving, healing is coming and trust is being established. I can’t even begin to imagine the awesome things in store for Crosspointe as we seek to follow the purpose and plan of God for this church. Crosspointe is the most unique church I have ever been a part of and I believe we are poised to make a huge difference in our world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I tell our church and I REALLY believe that we can change the world from Millington, TN!
great! we’re glad things are going so well for you guys!(btw, as you develop the kingdom minded-ness, i know a great new church you can support! haha)
The messages have been engaging and motivating as a matter of a fact. We’re excited to have you!
It is exciting to see smiles back on faces at Crosspointe! It had been a challenging couple of years. I am so thankful for the restoration taking place and I cannot wait to see how God uses our awesome church in the future!!I thank God for sending “His” man to us. I am also thankful for godly men and women on our search committee to put aside their thoughts on what our pastor should be and truly listen to God. You and your family are a true blessing! Your sermons have been exactly what we need to hear!