Prepare for Gathered Worship, Sunday, July 20, 2014

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This Sunday we continue our "Summer of Psalms" by looking at Psalm 19. Psalm 19 is a song of joyful praise to the Creator of all things! The first section of this psalm begins with David recognizing how the Creator reveals Himself through all of creation and nature. The next section reminds us how God reveals Himself through His written and spoken Word. This brings a response of praise from the psalmist. Let's rejoice in that we serve a God who is great enough to create the vast expanse of the universe, yet good enough to be near us all!

Songs we'll sing:





It's What You Make Of It

One of our core convictions as a church family is that discipleship should be at the center of our life together.

A Missional Community Is Not Primarily

There's a lot of talk and not a lot of consensus about exactly what a missional community is or is not.

Life In The Crowded House

Some of you may remember when Tim Chester, author of You Can Change preached for our Church of the Cross family.

David Platt: "Why "Accepting Jesus In Your Heart" Is Superstitious & Unbiblical"

David Platt offers some pretty “radical” thoughts on something that should cause us to think deeply about the way we present and respond to the Gospel.

What do you think?

What Is The Gospel?

Several takes on the most important question we will ever face:

Pray. Give. Joplin.

Here is an update from our fellow Acts 29 church; A Church Called Mystery about the relief efforts in Joplin:

Francis Chan: "Hell, We Can't Afford To Get It Wrong"

Jesus Is The True And Better

Identities: Family

John talks about how Church of the Cross has quickly become family:

Identities: Family

Brent talks about how Church of the Cross came around him as family in a time of need:

Soma Communities and Living In Gospel-Centered Community On Mission

Our friends at the Verge Network recently created this video profile of our family from Soma Comm

Identities: Missionaries

Jared and Michelle discuss their journey of learning to live as missionaries in everyday life: