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
The Emmaus Experience Wednesday bible study continues are we focus on Philippians 2:19-30. The reason we press on as believers is we recognize what the Gospel has done for us in saving us, transforming us and changing us it should motivate us to move on to serve God and others.
This Sunday is the final Sunday before the 2018 Mannafest Men’s conference. We put a pause on our normal series to focus on a timely message from Genesis 14:12-16 about the need for men to rise up and save other men and their families from captivity. Yes we are our brother’s keeper.
Pastor Blake Wilson Description With the fifth message in our series 180 Pastor Blake Wilson teaches from 1 Corinthians 15:8-10. Paul has just reminded the Corinthians about what the Gospel is and follows up by sharing he has an appreciation of his salvation because he used to persecute the church. Paul recognizes that it was only by Grace that he was saved.
The Emmaus Experience Wednesday bible study continues are we focus on Philippians 2:9-18. As believers we are to work out our salvation with fear and trembling and remember to do so without grumbling and complaining.
With the fourth message in our series 180 Jerome Malone teaches from Acts 9:10-19. Saul is on the road to Damascus to persecute the church of God and eliminate as many Christians as he can when God blinds him and directs him to a city. In the city there is a believer named Ananias who was given a duty to heal Saul. As believers God gives us duties for the deliverance of others.
Returning from our new year break we continue with our Wednesday bible study on the book of Philippians. This week we look at Philippians 1:29-30; 2:1-11. At the moment of salvation God grants you the ability to believe. Knowing this should allow believers to walk in unity and humility.
With the third message in our series 180 Pastor Blake teaches from Philippians 3:2-11. Despite all of the accolades which Paul had on his resume he counts them all as loss when compared to what Christ Jesus has for his life.
As we are back!! 2018, For the Emmaus Experience with our Pastor, Blake Wilson : our Wednesday bible study we continue in the book of Philippians, It's better to be with Christ than to live on earth and live as Christ. When you die you gain Christ. Death is a privilege not a problem if you are a follower of Jesus.
With the second message in our new series 180 Pastor Blake teaches from 1 Timothy 1:12-17. Paul reflects on his previous life on how he was trying to get ahead in life now but currently realizes that Jesus Christ saved him therefore it is an honor to serve God by His grace.
This Sunday we begin a new series that has the potential to be the most impactful series in the life of Crossover, 180 Radical Change. God changes the hearts of people regardless of their past and uses them for His Glory. We once were blind but now we see.
This Sunday is the first Sunday of a new year for Crossover. Pastor Blake teaches from Acts 18 about how Paul had a vision and God protected him until the vision came to past. When God gives you a vision it doesn’t just benefit you it is for the benefit of others.
We continue in our series Set the Captives Free, Pastor Blake teaches the final message of 2018. In Romans 8:28-30 we look at how at God works everything together for those who love Him and are called according to His purpose.
As we continue our series on Set the Captives Free this week Pastor Blake teaches from the book of Philippians. How do you deal w/the pressure, stress, & anxiety of life? Do you acknowledge the pressure of the family resting on your shoulders?
We continue in our series Set the Captives Free, Pastor Blake teaches from the book of 2 Corinthians and poses a major question to everyone. How are you doing? No, how are you really doing? Many time when we are asked this question we give a "christian" answer such as "blessed and highly favored". In 2 Corinthians 7:5-7 Paul reveals his heart and honestly writes that he is blessed but also stressed and depressed. This should inspire all of us to be more honest when asked this question.
For the Emmaus Experience with our Pastor, Blake Wilson : our Wednesday bible study we continue in the book of Philippians, During a tough season in our life, we may find ourselves in places/situations we do not want to be in. Instead of complaining and/or trying to develop an exit strategy, we should find purpose in our circumstances.
We continue in our series Set the Captives Free, Pastor Blake teaches from the book of Galatians and poses a major question to everyone. Are you a people pleaser or a God pleaser? If you are working to please God then you cannot allow the opinions and expectations of others to override your calling in Christ.
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