Month: March 2017

By Trey Brunson “No such thing as spare time, no such thing as free time, no such thing as down time. All you got is life time. Go.”  Henry Rollins We’ve spent the month of March on Monday is for…

  By Adam Tait   The comedian Brian Regan has a bit about not being so smart in school as a kid. He speaks on the worst day of his childhood, which was the day that the science fair project…

By Joshua Reichard Dietrich Bonhoeffer once said, “Only He who believes is obedient and only he who is obedient believes.” Bonhoeffer embodied this statement throughout his life. He stood for truth during WWII, which cost him years in prison, separation…

Humble Beginnings Inspired by the writings of Michael Horton, Reverend Frank Limehouse had a vision for youth ministry. The book was Christless Christianity and the vision was for a youth ministry conference that focused on the message of the crucified…

By: Joshua Reichard The habits you form now are going to make or break you. Dan Dumas, in his book Live Smart, talks about 10 essential things we must have in our lives in order to form good habits. I have…

I want to give you a fair warning. This post is not going to advise you to simplify, scale down, or pull back on commitments. I certainly am not recommending that you abdicate your responsibilities. Instead, I want to help…

This past year, Crossings donated some of our past curriculum to Bobbi Chesser and the mission team of Riverview Baptist Church of Cox Creek, Kentucky. The team traveled to a Native American Reservation in South Dakota and partnered with a…

By Mitch Wiley Perhaps one of the most difficult and convicting topics in the lives of modern Christians is prayer. Most of us acknowledge the insufficiency of our prayer lives, myself included. Part of what makes prayer so difficult is…

By: Mitch Wiley and Colton Taunton Finding the right Bible translation can be a lengthy process. Some readers are faithful to a certain version, while others shop around on a consistent basis. No matter where you find yourself on that…

By Trey Brunson I remember walking into the restaurant uneasily. The morning had gotten away from me. I had gotten up late, I had been rushing to catch up on stuff that was on my “to do” list that needed…