Easter Sunday Wrap!

11 04 2012

There’s a really good reason why I haven’t updated the blog until now. I forgot. 🙂 Let’s blame it on all the post-Easter excitement around Crosspoint this week. Here’s the wrap:

– Thanks to all of you who prayed for our Easter services and invited your friends and family. Even with the grr-snow we had well over 500 people and many guests!

– We had 3 people stand to their feet to say they’ve decided to follow the Resurrected Jesus!!! This is why we do what we do. This never gets old.

6 people were baptized including one person who stood at the end of the second service and stayed to be baptized in the third service!! It was a super powerful moment. Congratulations to all 6 who were baptized.

– Sunday was the 4th and final week of our Altaers series. Sunday’s theme was, “If it’s true, what do I need to do?” We used Paul and his transformation and his message about the resurrection in 1 Corinthians 15. If Jesus is alive, everything matters. If he’s dead, nothing matters.

– OK, so, ‘Death In His Grave’ at the end of the service was one of the most epic, most intense moments we have ever had! Unreal awesome. Way to go Ruth Woodworth and the entire worship team for pulling it off. Band, choir, and Morgan MacGregor rapping it up!

– I need to go back and watch the video announcements. I missed them because I was getting changed for baptisms. I could hear people laughing out loud so I’ll assume they were up a notch or two for Easter.

– A big thank you to all who helped out with the Missions Breakfast on Easter Saturday! 🙂 Thanks too if you came out to eat bacon for Jesus and donated to the cause. It was a ‘sizzling’ success.

“Crosspoint Stampede” is this Sunday. Country Sunday in the morning and a Country Concert in the evening. Should be a foot stomping, toe tapping, plaid-denim day. Whatever that means. Looking forward to it!

Set List/Artist/Album
“Happy Day” Jesus Culture, Your Love Never Fails
“He Is Lord” Hillsong, This Is Our God
“To The Cross” Paul Baloche, Glorious
“Aftermath” Hillsong United, Aftermath
“Death In His Grave” John Mark McMillan, The Medicine




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