Hello everyone! We hope that you had a safe and enjoyable weekend with all the snow! Now that we ease back into the schedule of a new week, we pray that you continue to find joy in what Christ is doing in your lives as well as in this church.

Praise God for His Work

  • We believe we have a location! We have met the owner and have been through the property and believe that it will suite us perfectly in the beginning! There are a few things that still need to fall into place, so keep praying.
  • Though our church option is certainly a temporary location, we have been exposed to a couple of other locations that might be perfect for later opportunities.

Prayer Needs

  • Pray that the city is going to be okay with the logistics of our location. Though in a practical aspect the property provides everything that we need, there are a few specific things that the city needs to discuss. Pray that the location we end up on is one that is within God's plan and will for ur church.
  • Pray that God continues to open doors and prepare hearts for us to work within the community in order to intentionally make disciples.
  • Continue to pray for Harvest Baptist Church. We want to show our love for them through our prayers. There will inevitably be positions that need to be filled as a few of us leave to embark on this mission and we want God to fill these positions with the perfect replacements.
  • Ed Moschler has been making great progress with his eye. Continue to pray that he make a speedy recovery.
  • Support prayers for our missionaries: Cassidy Hursey (NY), David & Kristi Mize (MI), Jesse Hursey (NC), and Lance Brown (National).

CC.C Pillar: (1 Corinthians 11:23-30) At CC.C we believe that the Lord's Supper is a HUGE deal! In partaking in the Lord's Supper we are intentionally preaching the sacrifice of Christ. We are taking the time to meditate and give thanks for the work that He did on the cross, breaking His body and spilling His blood. As seen in the above passage, this act requires great responsibility and respect. We are careful to be in a correct state of mind and heart in celebrating Christ's work.


  • Let us know of opportunities to serve the community. As a church, we find ourselves called to make disciples, and we hope that working to improve our community not only helps the image of the church, but that is also works toward reaching others for Christ.
  • Continue to email us with your prayer requests, both private (only seen by leadership) and public (which can be included in future newsletters).
  • Contact us with any people you think would want to join this church, even if they are just interested in getting our newsletter. ALSO, there is now a way to sign up for the newsletter directly from our website www.CrossCurrent.Church. The website is still under construction but there should be a box to sign up to the newsletter. If there is any difficulty you can contact us through email at news@crosscurrent.church.

Contact Info

For any feedback and prayer requests, please respond to news@crosscurrent.church

True faith means holding nothing back. It means putting every hope in God's fidelity to His Promises. -Francis Chan


As usual, we have included a devotional in the original email. These serve to further strengthen the body in their knowledge of God, His Word, and His church. We ask that you take the time to prayerfully read and meditate on this short message as we continue to walk together in unity of Spirit.

If you missed a devotional, you can access recent devotionals at the links below.

Sola Scriptura Pt. 1

Sola Scriptura Pt. 2

Sola Scriptura Pt. 3

Sola Scriptura Pt. 4

The Real Humility Behind the Birth of Christ

Sola Scriptura Pt. 5

Sola Scriptura Pt. 6

Sola Scriptura Pt. 7


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