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July, 2020

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Pastor Pete Vossler

Pastor Pete delivers down-to-earth, life-changing messages that address today’s real problems. Sunday School classes, Connect Groups, and Bible Study classes show us how to apply God’s Word to our lives on a daily basis.

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I Am Blessed

I have divine favor

I am not alone

I am a child of God

I am more than a conqueror

I put my trust in the Lord

I walk in the promises of God’s Holy Word

Because God has a miracle for me!

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This week, Becky shares a beautiful encouragment on LOVE, and our call as Christians to Love Others.
So, take a 5 min break, refresh your spirits and take a listen...
"Love is Simple! Share it with others!"
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MEDITATION. Wait…isn’t that for monks or for those who do yoga? No, it isn’t! In fact, it is mentioned at least 15 separate times in the book of Psalms. I think there’s often a misperception of what wisdom, peace, and healing comes through biblical meditation. There are two Hebrew words for meditation that I’d like to touch on: “haga” and “sîah.” Both of these words touch on different ways we can meditate. According to Strong’s Concordance, to “hāgâ” means to “Imagine, meditate, mourn, mutter, speak, study…” and “sîah” means to “commune, complain, declare, pray, talk…” Do you notice that there are some surprising words that you wouldn’t exactly think fit with meditation? To mutter? To complain? What happens when we truly meditate, is that we come before our father and actively engage in talking with him. He knows every single thing about us, including the things we want to mutter and complain about. Meditation with God has many flowing parts to it, but the biggest aspect is RELATIONSHIP. Study the Word, focus on a scripture passage, declare His goodness, talk with Him about anything and even feel free to complain. His healing and peace come through open and honest conversations and His Word heals our bones. I encourage you today to step out of comfort zone and practice biblical meditation today. Psalm 77:12 “I will meditate on all Your work and muse on Your deeds.”
Katie Earle
Staff Worship Director
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Love this! I remember Beth Moore saying to “tell on” those who are hurting or upsetting you, to you Heavenly Father. It’s ok to complain and be open. That close conversation is the healing part for us. Thank you!

Thank you so much! I love hearing about the meaning of Hebrew words❤️

Katie Earle, what a wonderful post. I will be holding the word Relationship in my heart as I go through today's challenges. 💟

Join us tomorrow at 7:00pm - Summer Connect & Bible Study!
Come be a part of Roaming Through Romans - Pastor Pete
Held in the main sanctuary. No need to sign up, just join in!
Sorry, no childcare available.
*Maintain 6ft social distancing requirements at all times and practice healthy hygiene. Masks/cloth face
coverings are recommended.
We can't wait to see you there!
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Join us tomorrow at 7:00pm - Summer Connect & Bible Study! Come be a part of Roaming Through Romans - Pastor Pete Held in the main sanctuary. No need to sign up, just join in! Sorry, no childcare available. *Maintain 6ft social distancing requirements at all times and practice healthy hygiene. Masks/cloth face coverings are recommended. We cant wait to see you there!

Why does the teenager want to get out of their house so that they can do their own thing? The single person wish to be in a relationship? The married person want to have a dog, and then to have a child, then wish that the child would smile, then walk, then talk, then eat on their own, then clean up after, themselves, then learn to play by themselves, then drive, then go to college, then get married and have grand kids? We are created by God to do, to expand, to discover, to build, and to grow. The main issue is that in all of this we were created to display the goodness and creativity of God to a lost and dying world. God understands the tension between doing what is good for others and doing what is good for ourselves. He has equipped us to do his work and our work at the same time. Our job is to make sure that we do not get out of balance in our life’s journey. “I want to stress these things, so that those who have trusted in God may be careful to devote themselves to doing what is good. These things are excellent and profitable for everyone” (Ti 3:8). The only way that we can balance the stresses and desires of life with the call of God to do great things is to maintain a constant contact with the life-giver on a daily basis. So if you haven’t yet; stop, breath, and take a moment of silence, and whisper a prayer asking God to allow you to be His hand extended for this day. Nothing fells more exuberating than knowing that you have walked where angels couldn’t, and achieved Godly excellence and balance in your life.
We are blessed
Pastor Pete
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Amen 🙏

Amen,I'm greatly inspired ,I love God's word and I get something from every message and every time I read the Bible ,Thank you so much God Bless you 🙏 👑 ✝

Well said Pastor. Well said. Continue to grow!

We are definitely blessed

Amen. Thank you Pastor Pete

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Attention Crosswinds Family,

We will not be holding an in-person service or online premiere on Saturday 7/4/20.

There will be worship services on 7/5/20
Sunday at 9:30 am & 11am
LIVE Online at 9:30am
Sunday 1pm in Spanish
LIVE Online at 1:00pm in Spanish
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Attention Crosswinds Family, We will not be holding an in-person service or online premiere on Saturday 7/4/20. There will be worship services on 7/5/20 Sunday at 9:30 am & 11am LIVE Online at 9:30am Sunday 1pm in Spanish LIVE Online at 1:00pm in Spanish
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