SermonsCrossroads Church


Missed a Sunday message and like to hear have a second chance to listen? This is the place where you can find all Sunday semons from Crossroads dating back to the summer of 2013.
A New Kind of Resolution

A New Kind of Resolution

We often make resolutions to change- and then follow the same patterns that we’ve been locked in for years.  This series will seek to challenge how we view our own change and development.  
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Calling

Jeff Hancock
Sunday 15 February 2015
Do you know your calling?  What is a calling?  Is there one place or thing I am supposed to figure out to understand my place in this world?  Is it possible that our calling is about something more foundational than only a role we happen to be in for this season of life?   This week we wrestle together with these questions and ask if there are practical graces God gives us to understand our places of calling.
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Competition versus calling

Helma Aniceta
Sunday 08 February 2015
Are we living our lives out of a sense of competition with others, or out of our identity as God’s beloved children? What does a life of calling look like, and how do our gifts have a place in that?
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Transformation not Trying

Hilary Porrit
Sunday 01 February 2015
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God invites us to become a member of His family- what an incredible offer! When we are adopted into this new family, the truth of who we are is changed forever, but as we live in this family we realize that change is also a process that starts with the knowledge that we are loved. Join us this Sunday as we explore Paul’s explanation to the Ephesians of a change that happens by transformation, not trying.
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It's about receiving not achieving

Jeff Hancock
Sunday 25 January 2015
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The systems of our world are based on a certain order- achieve and then receive. Work hard get the reward. Study, do well on the exam and then get the grade you wanted. We are trained to think that way-  and in the pursuit of meaningful change we work within that order. But in this as with so many things, Jesus turns the logic of the world upside down.  The good news of the Gospel is that we are called to receive not achieve. It is only as we adopt a posture of need and acceptance that we become who we are meant to be.
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It’s a Process not a Project

Jeff Hancock
Sunday 18 January 2015
We tend to be project-driven for many reasons both good and bad- but the life of discipleship is less an arrival point than a trajectory.  It is not that the destination doesn’t matter-  of course it does- but this life is spent in journey towards that destination of the life of Jesus.  Change then comes as a process of the gospel of God’s grace taking root within us and bringing a flowering to our life and soul.