MessagesCrossroads Church

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Scroll below for any Crossroads message (sermon) dating back to the summer of 2013.
Messy Spirituality for Real People

Messy Spirituality for Real People

If there was ever a messy and dysfunctional church, it was the church at Corinth. Paul's first letter to the Corinthians reads like a laundry list of problems. There are scandals, disagreements, confusion, and outright sin. Members quarrel, pridefully taking sides against each other. They hurt and alienate one another. And yet, despite all their failures, Paul does not forget what Christ can do in and through them. He points them to their God-enabled potential and tells them: "You are holy. Now become who you are."  

Paul's advice on Spiritual Gifts

Jack LoMonaco
Sunday 12 July 2015
God loves diversity, and that love is reflected in the gifts he has given to his people. God intends that all the gifts of the Holy Spirit work in harmony.  Though these are gifts, they are not ours to keep. They are to be given away as the Holy Spirit leads, for the good of all. With this motivation of service in mind, Paul encourages us to “eagerly desire spiritual gifts.”

“Follow the way of love and eagerly desire spiritual gifts.”
           ~1 Corinthians 14:1a 

Teaching on the Resurrection

Andrew Perriman
Sunday 05 July 2015
Special guest speaker Andrew Perriman will be speaking on the 15th chapter of I Corinthians. Join us as we hear why the Resurrection is at the very heart of the Christian faith.

“When the perishable has been clothed with the imperishable, and the mortal with immortality, then the saying that is written will come true: ‘Death has been swallowed up by victory.’
          ~1 Corinthians 15:54 

Use of our Christian Liberty

Erik Weststrate
Sunday 28 June 2015
Use of our Christian Liberty (Chapters 8-11)

Disunity and Divisions in the Church

Jeff Hancock
Sunday 07 June 2015
A misunderstanding of the Message (1:10-4:21)
A misunderstanding of the Ministry (1:10-3:4)
Cure for Division (4:6-21)

" You Are Holy. Now Become Who You Are."

Helma Aniceta
Sunday 31 May 2015
Intro to 1 Corinthians and 1:1-9 (notice how Paul sees the believers at Corinth as ones who are holy and called - in spite of their sometimes unholy behavior). 

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