On behalf of Crossover Bible Fellowship, I would like to extend you a warm welcome and thank you for visiting our website. We pray that you would enjoy your interface with us via the web and hope if you ever have the opportunity you would come and worship with us.
The name of the Church comes from three significant scriptures in the gospel of John:
Crossover (John 5: 24 NET = Evangelism)
Bible (John 17: 17 = Edification)
Fellowship (John 17: 21-23 = Unified Community).
It is our hope that as God draws people to this ministry they would experience all three based on our Love for God through Jesus Christ and the love we have for others. (Matthew 22: 34-40) As we love God, and love our neighbor as ourselves we anticipate Him doing a great work in our lives and yours through the power of the Holy Spirit.
We are very grateful that God has made this ministry a multiethnic congregation of believers from the inception and pray that this ministry will continue to grow as a picture of Heaven on earth. (Rev. 5: 9) Enjoy the website and come see us when you can or send us an e-mail and let us know how we can assist you to know God through Jesus Christ better and better.
Pastor: Blake Wilson
P.S. And remember Jesus said, "I tell you the solemn truth, the one who hears my message and believes the one who sent me has eternal life and will not be condemned, but has crossed over from death to life." John 5: 24
We continue to dive deeper in our tough questions series. This week we look at can you lose your salvation? What is blasphemy of the Holy Spirit? Works vs Faith and if there are key sins such as suicide that are unforgivable.
In the third message in our series Beyond Belief we look at Mark 6. Pastor Blake teaches on how When people who know God don’t believe in him.
This week for the Wednesday night Emmaus Experience bible study we look into the popular perspectives you hear about the bible and explore whether they are true biblically. This week we answer the question of can you lose your salvation?
This week we continue our series Beyond Belief with another example of Jesus healing someone. Last week Jesus said the word, this time Jesus verbally pronounces healing over a sick son to a non-believer and this led to belief in Jesus. There our times in our faith journey where God will answer a prayer not how we thought he would but will still do exceedingly and abundantly more than we anticipated.
This week is the beginning of a new series Beyond Belief. As Christians there comes a time where we need to place more faith and belief in God more than we ever have done in the past. We need to believe more. Pastor Blake teaches from Matthew 8 about the centurion who had great faith.
This week for the Emmaus Experience bible we close out the book of 1 Timothy. Pastor Blake teaches on fighting for the faith, finances and focusing on teaching the truth of God instead of getting caught up in the debates and knowledge of the world.
With the final message in our series on the life of Joseph we look at Genesis 50:15-21. Joseph had difficult times in his life because of what his brothers did to him in the past. Even though Joseph had forgiven them, his brothers still thought in their mind Joseph wanted revenge. God had bless them and given them the best but they still didn’t believe they were forgiven by Joseph. Do you really believe you are forgiven by God?
This week for the Emmaus Experience we take time out to pray. On the heels of the 2016 presidential election we take time to pray for our leaders and recognize that God is in control. Pastor Blake takes us on a biblical journey in the scriptures to see how God's people work with leaders of a country.
In life each of us have had experience where we have been wounded, hurt or harmed. These wounds are real and they may have caused lingering pain for years. God doesn’t only want to have a heart of forgiveness but he wants us to have a hand of help. This can be seen in the life of Joseph when God positions him to help the very brothers who caused him so much pain.
Many of us spend more time at the workplace than our worship place in a course of the week. It is in the workplace where the Christian provides their greatest witness to the world as it pertains to the representation of the name of God and doctrine of God. When you go to work do people see Jesus on your job?
This Sunday we take moment to focus on what forgiveness looks like for the believer. Forgiveness is something that is always sought after and desired to be received but is not easily distributed when you have to forgive others.
The role of how to elders should care for the church and how the congregation should perceive them.
With the 8 part of our series When God is For you, we continue to travel through the life of Joseph. In chapter 42 we come to the part in the text in which Joseph’s brothers come before him but don’t recognize him. Joseph is then faced with a decision of how to treat the brothers who sold him into slavery out of jealousy and selfishness.
This Wednesday for the Emmaus Experience bible study we continues in the book of 1 Timothy chapter 5.
This Sunday Royce Robinson teaches from John 5. The focus is on the man at the pool of Bethesda who waited in a sick condition for 38 years. Jesus asked the man if he wanted/desired to be made well. The question we must ask ourselves: Is staying in our sick sin conditions more attractive than getting well?
This Sunday we continue our series on the Life of Joseph. Do not let those who hurt you or did you wrong in the past allow you to dwell in a prison or hurt and unforgiveness. God can allow you to forget, forgive and become faithful for the future you have in Him, rather than dwelling on the past
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