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
As we continue our series Set the Captives Free, Pastor Royce Robinson teaches from book of Ephesians.. Constant communication with the Lord keeps the lines of communication open. You cannot win this spiritual battle on your own. You and I are standing in the victory that already has been won.
As we continue our bible study in the book of 2nd Timothy, Pastor Blake teaches our Christian life is vital. God can use you to change the heart of another person or non-believer. Their life can be changed by the life you live not by the words you say. As you run your race, you have to run it to where it looks attractive to people who hate God.
As we continue our series Set the Captives Free, Pastor Royce Robinson teaches from 2 Corinthians and Ephesians. Many past experiences both good and bad can cause a stronghold to form. The only way we can be set free from our strongholds and free our minds is to submit to God and remove those deeply rooted issues so we can walk in freedom and the mind of Christ.
As we continue our bible study in the book of 2nd Timothy, Pastor Blake teaches from 2 Timothy 2:15-26 on how believers should run their race well because those who teach false doctrine are competition for those who need to hear the truth.
As we continue our series Set the Captives Free, Pastor Blake teaches from Genesis 34. Dinah, the daughter of Jacob was raped and victimized by Shechem. Though this was a sorrowful time the rapist received his penalty and God used Dinah because she was still valuable to the plan of God.
As we continue our bible study in the book of 2nd Timothy, Pastor Blake teaches from 2 Timothy 2:11-. 22 Understanding your race of faith, there will be obstacles along the way. . God has equipped each of us with grace to endure our right lane in the race. Although it's an individual race it should impact our community and generations to come .
As we continue our series Set the Captives Free, Pastor Blake teaches on Deuteronomy 22 on the subject of rape. For anyone who has been victimized by rape or molestation there is an answer from the word of God that speaks to your situation and can allow you to walk in freedom from guilt and shame.
As we continue our bible study in the book of 2nd Timothy, Pastor Blake teaches from 2 Timothy 2:4-13. Who would you pass on the baton of faith toward?
This Sunday we begin a new series, Set the Captives Free. How do you know when you are in bondage? If you cannot stop a certain action on your own you may be enslaved to it. In order to break free you will need a power that is more than what you have. God makes that power available through the power of the Holy Spirit.
As we continue our bible study in the book of 2nd Timothy, Pastor Blake teaches from 2 Timothy 2:1-7. Moses had Joshua, David had Solomon, Elijah had Elisha and Paul had Timothy. When it comes to making disciples who will you pass the baton to?
This Sunday we continue to look at a passages that relate to those affected by the hurricane. Even through there has been much destruction we can be encouraged to know that God knows exactly what we need and has made provisions for us even though we have suffered loss.
As we continue our bible study in the book of 2nd Timothy, Pastor Blake teaches from 2 Timothy 1:8-18. Paul encourages Timothy to remain faithful and allow the gospel to be his motivation to continue to the race.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the worst flooding that has occurred in the history of Houston, Pastor Blake teaches from Job chapter 1, 2 and 42 on how our situation is similar to Job. Even though many of us have lost possessions God is able to completely restore us similar to how He did with Job in chapter 42.
This week we begin a new bible study series on the book of 2 Timothy. We look at the background, author and audience the book of 2nd Timothy was written to. Timothy was encouraged to lead, remember the legacy of faith passed on to him and operate in power and not the spirit of fear.
This Sunday we focus on the Vision that God has laid out specifically for Crossover Bible Fellowship. This Sunday we look at Ephesians 4 and how God wants believers to walk in a manner worth of their calling.
We take a break from our normal bible study activities in order to focus on our ministry development planning for the 2018. As we plan for the next year ministry leaders are challenged to do something they have never done before and think about whether or not they are meeting the pressing needs of the body of Christ with their spiritual gifts.
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