Want to meet people? Watch services with people near you? Add yourself to the Crossroads Connect map and find other Crossroads folks in your area. You can also mark your home as a gathering place for people to watch a weekend service by adding yourself as a host.
We all desire real friendships, but let’s face it– people are complicated. Thankfully, Jesus gives us an example of living with people so we can get the skills we need to have better friendships. Join us this weekend as we kick off our new series, People Skills.
October 5–6, 2019
Get off the grid for a weekend of fun and adventure that will give you lifelong memories, lead to better friendships, and allow you to connect with God in a way that you never have before. Join us for an adventure packed weekend with students from all across the country. Register for College Camp here.
We started this church for our friends who didn’t like church. Today, Crossroads Church is a melting pot of folks who meet all over the country—and the more the merrier. No memberships or awkward hand-holding.
Easter is the ultimate story of the impossible made possible. And here’s the truth: Ridiculous ideas are achievable. You CAN cross the finish line on the thing you didn’t think was possible. Go all out on dreams and visions—the impossible can become possible no matter the circumstance.
So that’s it, then. We’re broken people in a jacked up world. What now? Good news—the life of Jesus means that our brokenness isn’t the end of the story. God is in the business of redeeming broken things and bringing them back to life—and that is something worth celebrating.
We hide it. We don’t want to admit it. We do everything we can to cover it up, yet deep down inside we all know the truth: we’re broken. Selfishness runs rampant, greed poisons our relationships, and in a million other ways, we fall short of the people we were created to be. Yet in the midst of our brokenness, God wants to meet us—to offer hope that comes from His power, not our effort.
Who are we? These days, it’s easy to believe that we are essentially nothing; that we are little more than our biology, the products we consume, or the work we produce. Yet the Bible tells a different story—that God created mankind in his image. Created us to resemble him, to carry his authority and power, to care for the world that he created.
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