Join us this Sunday, May 26th as pastor Ricky kicks continues in week two of the four-week sermon leading up to Father's Day called, "Messy?!" This four-week series examines the command to “Love your neighbor as yourself” and its uses throughout the Bible. Loving others isn’t easy. It requires selflessness and intentionality. Starting in the Old Testament, and moving through the Gospels and Paul’s letters, this series looks at how God expects us to fulfill this command today. Each week’s discussion considers the different aspects of love as depicted in that particular text. The topics include justice, forgiveness, mercy, salvation, and self-sacrifice. “Messy” culminates in an appeal to receive Christ’s love ourselves and to share it with those around us. This weeks' message focuses on the themes of mercy and action. The message comes from the popular story of the Good Samaritan and is entitled, "Whos' My Neighbor?" (Luke 10:25-37)
Has it been a while since you've come to church or have not found the right one? Make this the year you come back to church, or come to church. We would love to have you come and worship with us. Worried about your past, what to wear, the building caving in on you? No worries, we just want to be a blessing to you, and show you how much God loves you! You are welcome whatever situation, condition, or circumstance you are in life. We are more concerned about your present and future than your past. We are Godly focused, Jesus Christ Centered, Holy Spirit led, and Mission Minded. See for yourself how the church can have a positive and transformational effect on and in your life. Jesus loves you, and we want to inspire, encourage, and challenge you to grow closer in your walk with him, or start a personal relationship with him if you have not.
This Sunday is the perfect time to come back to church. We are located at 303 East Oak Street (across from the old Dollar General, use the north alley entrance and enter through the blue doors.) Kick off for Celebration Services starts at 9:23 a.m. We have a time of praise and worship singing, prayer, fellowship, and of course God's spoken word. See you Sunday at Crossroads Community Church where your faith and life intersect! We will have the sermon live, starting around 10:00 a.m. (A little later on first Sunday's.) Like us on Facebook and find the message there.