We are excited for a new season with our CP Students! High School Parents and Students, please join us for an in-house meet up where you will get information about the year ahead and a chance to meet your mentors! Please send a message for the address of the home we will meet in!
This summer our Middle School students are serving the city of San Antonio. This trip is for students who will be in 7th & 8th grade in the 2019-2020 school year.
On December 16th, High School students will meet at CrossPoint for our annual Christmas Party Progressive Dinner! Ugly Christmas sweater, a white elephant gift (under $10), and friends are encouraged to join in with us as we celebrate Jesus' birth with appetizers, dinner, and dessert!
On Sunday December 9, our Middle School Students will meet for our annual Christmas Party! Come in your ugly Christmas sweaters, bring a white elephant gift (under $10), and come ready to spread some Christmas cheer as we celebrate one of the best times of the year!
Got questions? Whether we’re asking them out loud or swirling them around silently in our minds, the truth is, we all have questions. We’ll address some of those questions head on. Because when it comes to tough questions, it’s time to start talking.
In this life, there’s one thing we all have in common: change. No matter who we are, where we come from, or how much we run from it, change is bound to happen in all of our lives. In this series, we’ll discover that although so many things in life are subject to change, God isn’t.
Let’s be honest: Nobody likes being told what to do and nobody wants to be bossed around. In this series, we’ll take a look at how we can all begin to honor and respect the authority in our lives, even when it’s hard! As we do, we’ll discover that life’s better when we learn to handle authority like a boss.
Parents, if you have a child, 4th grade or older, who is ready to learn about the Lord’s Supper, join us on September 23rd after second service for the Lord's Supper Class. We'll answer questions like: What is the Lord's Supper, Who can take the Lord's Supper, and Why do we take the Lord's Supper?
If you serve with kids or students, or are interested in learning more about serving with kids and students, you don't want to miss this! We are getting pumped to kick off the school year! Join us as we gather to pray, play, and learn together. We'll have games, snacks, prizes, and some time to hear from our Pastoral and NextGen team leaders.
Sometimes following God feels a little complicated. With so many rules to remember, prayers to pray, and guidelines for how we’re supposed to live, it’s easy for it all to feel overwhelming. In this series, as we look at how Jesus kept faith simple, we’ll see that it’s really all about doing one thing—the greatest thing.
Temptation is a tricky thing -- it always comes with a catch waiting to trip us up. But with temptation all around us, how do we avoid getting caught in its trap? In this series, we'll find that, although there is a tricky nature of temptation, God frees us from the negative feelings that can accompany our unwise choices.
Incoming 8th Grade Students! We have partnered with Can-Do Missions to do service and mission work in the city of New Orleans. Some of the mission opportunities that are offered include working with Rescue Ranch, Senior Centers, other churches, and boys and girls clubs. Join us for a week of serving the community as we share Jesus’ love and care with the people of New Orleans!
Incoming 7th Grade Students! We have partnered with Group Mission Trips to do service and mission work in the city of Austin. Through their various partner ministries and organizations, they offer serving other youth, elderly, and those in poverty. Join us for a week of serving the community as we live out our faith and grow in our relationship with Jesus in the city of Austin! We'll be in Austin from June 17th-22nd.
As followers of Jesus, we're all part of a movement that began thousands of years ago--a movement that's still alive today! It's called the church. In this series, we'll explore exactly how the early church began this movement. As we do, we'll discover that, like them, we can move forward further and faster when we're following Jesus together.
High School Students! We have partnered with Center for Student Missions to do service and mission work in the city of Chicago. Some of the mission opportunities that CSM offers include soup kitchens, homeless shelters, child care and youth facilities. During our week of service we will serve at one and most likely multiple locations to help serve food, sort clothes, tutor, lead kid's programming or elderly companionship. Come serve with us as we live out our faith to be the hands and feet of Jesus to the community in Chicago. In order to secure your spot please register and pay $200 deposit by February 11th, 2018.
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Please join this life changing event. This will be the 4th time our students will be serving orphans in partnership with Casa Hogar Douglas in Monterrey, Mexico. Each day we will help serve the orphanage through construction and grounds projects, then join the residents for lunch and games in teh afternoon. Each evening we will go and see different parts of the city of Monterrey. Short term missions create space for students to apply their faith and see their faith grow as Jesus works through them to care for kiddos in the region.
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Sometimes God calls us to take a step of faith—a step out into the wild. We don’t know where He’s leading, but we know He’s asking us to trust and follow Him. In this series, as we look at how Abraham followed God’s call into the wild, we’ll see that we can find the courage to do the same.
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We all have a tendency to judge and hate on others, but we often make those calls without all the facts. In other words, we can’t see the big picture. If we could, it’d probably be a lot easier to move from hating to understanding. Maybe that’s why the Bible makes it clear that when it comes to judgment, that call is God’s to make.