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Ten Reflections on the Orlando Shooting and a Prayer *

How might we as Christians process and respond to what happened Saturday night in Orlando? These reflections don’t say everything, but hopefully they are a starting point. Evil is real. Evil is deep. Evil is evil. We’re quick to minimize evil or underestimate its reality. Or chalk it up to bad circumstances or a tough

Anger Revealed

I am an angry person. (Does my admitting this surprise you? It might, even if you know me fairly well.) But I can guarantee you it doesn’t surprise my kids. I don’t mean that I am the kind of angry person that runs around yelling or showing hostility whenever I don’t get my way. You’re

Songs and Scenes: September 6, 2015

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Songs and Scenes is a weekly blog review of songs, readings and prayers featured in The Crossing’s Sunday morning liturgy. You’ll find links in the song titles that will allow you to purchase recorded versions of the songs when available. This week’s liturgy review features photos by Dan Gill.

The Crossing Music recently released “Liturgy of the Seasons–Volume 4: Summer’s Throne”; a new E.P. featuring, “The War is Won.” Check it out on C.D. or digital download at crossingsongs.com.

Getting Ready for Sunday September 6th at The Crossing

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Shay Roush wraps up our sermon series, “Life According to the Psalms” this week in a sermon entitled, “Life is Hard, but God is Good” from Psalm 73. The Scripture reads,

Getting Ready for Sunday August 30th at The Crossing

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Dave Cover continues our sermon series, “Life According to the Psalms” this week in a sermon entitled, “Intimately Acquainted” from Psalm 139. The Scripture reads,

Songs and Scenes: August 16, 2015

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Songs and Scenes is a weekly blog review of songs, readings and prayers featured in The Crossing’s Sunday morning liturgy. Today’s liturgy recap features photos by Dan Gill. You’ll find links in the song titles that will allow you to purchase recorded versions of the songs when available.

Getting Ready for Sunday August 16th at The Crossing

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Worship on a Sunday starts before Sunday morning. That’s true not just for the band and the pastor and tech crew but for all of us. When you prepare ahead of time, you are getting yourself in the right frame of mind and heart. It gives you a chance to read the Bible passage in advance, see the song list, and get yourself ready. You can see some of the rationale here.

Keith Simon continues our sermon series, “Life According to the Psalms,” with a sermon entitled “Are You Embarrassed of God?” from Psalm 109. The Scripture reads,

Getting Ready for Sunday, August 9th at The Crossing

Worship on a Sunday starts before Sunday morning. That’s true not just for the band and the pastor and tech crew but for all of us. When you prepare ahead of time, you are getting yourself in the right frame of mind and heart. It gives you a chance to read the Bible passage in

Getting Ready for Sunday Aug. 2nd at The Crossing

Worship on a Sunday starts before Sunday morning. That’s true not just for the band and the pastor and tech crew but for all of us. When you prepare ahead of time, you are getting yourself in the right frame of mind and heart. It gives you a chance to read the Bible passage in

Getting Ready for Sunday July 26th at The Crossing

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Worship on a Sunday starts before Sunday morning. That’s true not just for the band and the pastor and tech crew but for all of us. When you prepare ahead of time, you are getting yourself in the right frame of mind and heart. It gives you a chance to read the Bible passage in advance, see the song list, and get yourself ready. You can see some of the rationale here.

Ryan Wampler continues our sermon series, “Life According to the Psalms,” with a sermon entitled “Nearsighted in a Glorious World,” from Psalm 104. The Scripture reads,