He wasn’t exactly what people expected. He didn’t follow “the rules”. He didn’t hang out with the right people. He ticked off the wrong people. Sometimes it seemed like he was an enemy to everything respectable. And he changed the world forever.
|Enemy Of The Elite||11.02.2003|
|Enemy Of The Safe||10.26.2003|
|Enemy Of The Religious||10.19.2003|
|Public Enemy Introduction||10.12.2003|
We live in a culture of fear. Terrorism, West Nile Virus, Christina Aguilera, and the list goes on. Where did all this come from? And is it all bad? Or is there such a thing as “good fear”? Join us as we look at what God has to say about fear.
|The Hidden Cost Of Fear||09.07.2003|
What if prayer wasn’t a collection of pre-arranged lines but just a conversation with God? Join us as we take a look at prayer.
A look at themes such as temptation, patience, and anger from the Bible’s Book of James.
|Serving the Under Resourced||08.02.2003|
|Managing Our Anger||07.26.2003|
|Taming Our Tongue||07.19.2003|
|Dealing With Temptation||07.05.2003|
|Words from a Radical||06.28.2003|
No, we're not doing our own web-cast fashion show. These are the real life models God uses to help shape us. Join us as we take a closer look at how we learn from and honor our own real life supermodels.
Life is not as it seems. There is a whole dimension to our existence that we can't quite see, touch or smell. This is true for our lives ''out there'' as well as for our lives ''in here'' at Crossroads.
|How Good Do I Have to Be?||04.19.2003|
Some stuff about God just doesn't seem to add up. Maybe it's something we've wondered about since we were kids. Maybe it's something we just started questioning last week. Crossroads is a safe place to ask all of these questions about God.
Lately, it seems the Wall Street Journal looks more like the National Enquirer. And, it doesn't stop with the business page. Whether its work, family or friendships, words like integrity and honesty seem to be distant memories.
|Everyday Decision Making||03.08.2003|
|Everyday Truth Telling||03.02.2003|
|Everyday Power Management||02.22.2003|
We've somehow lost that healthy space between sanity and our maximum limits.