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Whether you're joining us online or in-person on Sunday at 8:20, 9:45, or 11:15 AM or you're wanting to catch up on the latest sermon, click below to watch the worship service. 

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Crossing Kids Virtual Lessons

Bring church into your home for your kids too! Find weekly videos, discussion questions, and activity ideas for helping your kids grow in their faith.

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Looking for Volunteer Opportunities?

During this global health crisis, people in our community need help now more than ever. Take a look at our Care Ministry page to find various volunteer opportunities.

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Worship Through Giving

If you typically give during the onsite worship service, learn how you can give online or by text.

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We are committed to loving each other by asking God for his help on behalf of others.

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The Crossing has officially reopened for in-person worship services.

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Baptism Service

Sun., Nov. 22, 12:30 p.m.

Our baptism service is an opportunity to celebrate how God is changing lives and to deepen our trust in God’s promises. Everyone is encouraged to come watch the baptisms. If you are interested in being baptized or having your children baptized, please sign up by Monday, November 2.

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Volunteer Recruitment

The Crossing runs on volunteers, and this is no less true during the pandemic. We are short volunteers in the following key areas: hospitality (the donut team), set-up and transition, greeting, café and ushering. Whether you have served before and are ready to start again or this is your first time, we would love to plug you in to one of these Sunday morning teams.

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American Red Cross Blood Drive

Mon., Nov. 2, 10 a.m.-4.p.m., The Crossing

We’re all in this together! Healthy donors who are feeling well needed now. To make an appointment, call 1-800-RED-CROSS or visit RedCrossBlood.org and search “TheCrossing”.

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ARE YOU A PARENT?

Click here for resources on how to parent during a pandemic.

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BLOG POST: Virtual School Woes

It makes sense to feel angry about the losses around virtual school this fall. Fortunately, our hope is in God, not our circumstances. Read more from Elizabeth McKinney.

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BLOG POST: Coping with COVID

The pandemic has been hard. And we’re all exhausted from constantly wondering: When will this end? But we don’t have to go through it alone. Read more from Colleen Luley.

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BLOG POST: Church: Essential or Non-Essential?

With the pandemic, society argues whether church is “essential” or “non-essential.” What about you? How important is a Sunday morning in your life?

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BLOG POST: Not Good To Be Alone

Loneliness was the very first thing that God called “not good.” Months of isolation and virtual interactions have likely made the reality of loneliness feel even weightier than before. Read more on this from Emily Pilkington. 

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BLOG POST: The Life-Giving Power of Rest

When Coronavirus hit, many of us were forced to slow down. This disruption likely revealed just how full our schedule really was. Read more from Anna Lynne Frazier on the importance and necessity of rest. 

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BLOG POST: 4 Things Coronavirus Taught Us

Have the last couple of months been inconvenient? Sure. Are many of us are ready for some form of “normal” again? Definitely. But let's not miss an opportunity to reflect on what this time can teach us.

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BLOG POST: Can The Church Survive COVID-19?

This global pandemic is an unprecedented time for churches. All the newness and uncertainty begs the question, can the church survive this?

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VIDEO SERIES: MO Good News

In this time of uncertainty, we all need some "MO" Good News! See positive news stories happening in our state, plus submit any good news stories that you'd like featured.

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BLOG POST: Uncertainty Ahead: How To Trust God

One of the chief drivers of worry is uncertainty about the future. While the future may be unknown to us, it's not unknown to our faithful God.

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BLOG POST: 40 Non-Coronavirus Conversation Starters

Need a break from the round-the-clock virus talk? Use these conversation starters, designed for both adults and kids.

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BLOG POST: Why Should I Still Care About School?

Help your kids see this time as an opportunity. In this post, find three big picture points to help address this issue with your children.

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BLOG POST: Quarreling During Quarantine?

Fighting with loved ones more lately? Here are five practical ways to make the most of the challenges and opportunities afforded by the lockdown.

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BLOG POST: Everything is Canceled, But I'm Still Anxious

We don't feel anxious because we have a lot of things to get done. We feel anxious because we have some deeper issues in our hearts. 

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EMAIL DEVOTIONAL: Prayers for a Pandemic

Find 30 daily prayers that take cues from the Psalms. These prayers offer room for lament, grief, confusion, hope, and the tensions found in a life of faith. 

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PRINTABLE DOWNLOAD: 30 Days of Gratitude

How can we refocus on the good in life? This 30 Days of Gratitude Calendar is meant to help you to acknowledge all that you have to be grateful for.

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VIDEO DEVOTIONALS: Daily Email Devotionals for Your Family

These daily devotionals, targeted towards kids ages 10 to 14, include videos, discussion questions, scripture readings, and prayers to help your family connect to God and each other.

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VIDEO SERIES: Find Encouragement from our Daily Devotional Videos

In these short devotional videos, Crossing Pastor Keith Simon will talk through a passage from the Bible and help us see how God's word is relevant for us today. 

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EMAIL DEVOTIONALS: Sign Up To Receive Daily Encouragement 

There can only be one King over everything in our lives. In these daily email devotionals, you'll be encouraged and invited to fully entrust your life to King Jesus.

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BLOG POST: You Are What You Consume

We must realize that the content we consume affects us deeply and some of that can negatively impact our relationship with Christ. Learn why we must fight the tendency to become what we consume.

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SPOTIFY PLAYLISTS: Music for Remembering and Resting in God's Peace

Songs give voice to our burdens and fears and help us remember God's faithfulness. Use these playlists to draw near to God and experience the depths of his peace.

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BLOG POST: Trusting God: Biblical Truths for Challenging Circumstances

Check out this list of resources from The Crossing about how to trust God and rely on what the Bible says is true when circumstances around you are hard.

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BLOG POST: 10 Tips for Leading a Digital Team

Clear communication and management is more crucial than ever. Here are ten things our team has learned to make the most out of working from home.

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PODCAST: A Bigger Life with Dave Cover

If there’s ever been a time to learn how to pray, now is the time. Listen to the latest episode of A Bigger Life podcast to hear Dave Cover guide you through a Bible meditation.

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BLOG POST: How To Work from Home Effectively

What happens when you make a pastor and an interior designer work from home together? This blog post. Here’s what we’ve found helpful while working from home.

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BLOG POST: 16 Bible Verses About Trusting God

One of the best things we can do to build our trust in God is memorize and meditate on Scripture. Find 16 timely verses in this post by Patrick Miller and Kermit Summerall.

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BLOG POST: How Christians Can Make the Most of Social Distancing

Social distancing could mean boredom and endless Netflix binges, or it could provide an opportunity for Christians to grow spiritually.

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BLOG POST: 13 Bible Verses About Fear and Anxiety

Experiencing fear and anxiety lately? Discover 13 verses suggested by Patrick Miller for memorizing, meditating on, and encouraging you in your walk with Jesus.

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BLOG POST: 10 Things for Families To Do During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Looking for ways to keep your kids entertained with schools cancelled and social distancing keeping you at home? Here are ten ideas for your family to try during this Coronavirus outbreak.

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EMAIL DEVOTIONALS: Sign Up To Receive Our Daily Rest and Recovery Email Devotionals 

Don't allow current events to stop you from doing what's most important in life: spending time with God. This ten-day email devotional will invite you to reset, rest, and restore your soul.

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BLOG POST: 5 Lessons on Anxiety

Struggling under the weight of stress and anxiety? Check out these five resources from The Crossing, including podcasts, blog posts, sermons, and videos, that examine how Christians can respond to their anxieties in a faithful way.

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BLOG POST: 30 Things You Can Do While You're Stuck at Home

In light of the current Coronavirus outbreak, we're providing a list of 30 things you can do to pass the time while you're stuck at home. Here's to all of us flattening that curve together!

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BLOG POST: Neighboring During COVID-19: A Simple Place To Start

Try out these simple first steps in your neighborhood that you can do now to love your neighbors in the midst of the stress, fear, and fatigue of the Coronavirus pandemic.

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BLOG POST: 5 Recommended Books About Trusting in God

When life gets tough, it can feel hard to believe that God is good and present in the situation. Check out these book recommendations about how to trust God no matter what.

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BLOG POST: 5 Tips for Worshiping Online with Small Children

View this time as an opportunity for your children to see their parents worship and learn the importance of gathering even when circumstances aren't ideal.

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VERITAS: Resources for College Students

Need encouragement? Check out these blog posts, videos, podcasts, music playlists, and more content from Veritas, The Crossing's college ministry.

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BLOG POST: How To Love Others During the Coronavirus

Psalm 37:3 calls us to "trust God and do good." So, how can we love others and do good for our friends, family, and neighbors who are quarantined?

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BLOG POST: How To Talk To Your Kids About Coronavirus

Parents would do well to think a bit more on the front end about how to talk to our kids about this global pandemic and the related issues.

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PODCAST: How Should Christians Respond to Coronavirus?

"How we respond will tell the world something about Jesus." Hear from Pastors Keith Simon and Patrick Miller as they discuss how Christians should respond to coronavirus. 

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