Search Team Updates

On behalf of the Search Team, I want to update you on the progress and status of our Lead Pastor search. Since my last update to the congregation, we have continued to make good progress toward several goals that will ultimately lead us to the Man whom God has chosen for us. I will briefly […]

Search Team Updates

October 21, 2018 In my last update, we shared with you the seminary sites we were posting to and that we were actively reviewing incoming resumes Since our last update we have –   Refined the wording on our job posting. As a committee, we felt like our posting needed to be more reflective of […]

Search Team Updates

  9/30/2018 In my last update, we communicated that we had created lines of communication, both internal and external. This included a landing page on the Crosspoint website that was usable and viewable by both the congregation and external candidates. I also informed you that the posting was going live on several posting sites. Today […]

Search Team Updates

Sept 9, 2018 Hello, I am Carl Kuhns and as chairman of the search committee, I will be sharing updates periodically in order to communicate our progress in our search for a Lead Pastor. Some of you may not know the members of the search team, therefore, I would like to take a moment to […]


“How would it feel to enter into prayer with confidence and assurance—certain that God heard you and that your prayers would make a difference?  New York Times bestselling author John Eldredge confronts these issues directly in Moving Mountains by offering a hopeful approach to prayer that is effective, relational, and rarely experienced by most Christians. In a world filled […]


For our summer session of First Place 4 Health, we’ll be working through a Bible study entitled  “Take Hold of the Faith You Long For – Let Go, Move Forward, Live Bold” by Sharon Jaynes.  Here is a short synopsis of her book: “On the outside, many women are well-put-together Christians with trendy shoes, beautiful […]

On Tutors and Teachers

So there I sat, reading a book on how to read, assigned by my fourth-grade teacher. When the author advised, “When reading, rest your eyes; look out the window,” I rested my eyes, I looked out the window. “Daydreaming again?” she asked. I stayed after school cleaning chalkboard erasers. Each of my grade school teachers […]

New Beginnings

I have always been impressed when the Holy Spirit gives us brief glimpses of insight into Paul’s compassion toward the people he had been involved with. Admittedly, he had harsh words, especially for the people of Galatia, for the church at Corinth. They were in grave danger. But he loved them. He treated them like […]

Elder Minute: February 2018

Here is a summary of the Crosspoint Board of Elder activities for the past month. 1. Updates were made to the staff organizational chart and staff duties as they relate to the management of personnel. 2. Leadership Availability after Services – A decision was made to focus on elder presence in the friendship room to […]

Fiery Little Man

He wasn’t much to look at, some sources say. By his own admission, he wasn’t much to listen to, lacking eloquence. He wrote profusely, preached powerfully, and vigorously played the part of a fiery little man. This highly educated Hebrew scholar named Saul, Saint Paul, the Apostle Paul, ultimately wrote approximately 28% of the New […]