don’t let fear and anxiety paralyze your prayers.
Comparison is a killer. It kills your joy, it kills relationships, it kills marriages, it kills your purposes in the world.
Fear grows when we give it power. You no longer need to be afraid. Stand courageous before the Lord and let His grace empower you.
Once in a while we get wrapped up too much into the emotion of feeling close to God, and forget the promises that God gave us in Scripture about His presence with us. We come together to learn about God’s promises for us through the Bible.
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on “MY STORY”; Something Worth Stopping. What does God want for your life, and what is getting in the way? If you played out the rest of the story, what are you doing now that hinders God’s work in your life? You can choose to stop.Continue reading “Something Worth Stopping”
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on the shepherds’ encounter with angels who announce the birth of Jesus the Messiah. Though terrified, their lives went from outcast feelings of unworthiness, inadequacy, and being unloved. Our lives are transformed by the work of Jesus also.
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on Joseph’s experience with the angel of the LORD. Would he follow through on considering to divorce Mary quietly, or would he make a choice that would birth the mission of God into this world? What sort of ways to you join God in His missionContinue reading “What Will Others Think? – FEAR NOT”
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on HABITS and the formation of discipline in our lives. What kinds of disciplines form your life? Good habits? Bad habits? The Apostle Paul says he does the things he doesn’t want to do, but the Lord Jesus frees us from this life of sin. WhatContinue reading “Form The Path By Walking; small things, BIG DIFFERENCE”
Linkin Park sings “Waiting for the End”… This is not the end / This is not the beginning / Just a voice like a riot / Rocking every revision / But you listen to the tone / And the violent rhythm / Though the words sound steady / Something emptys within em / We sayContinue reading “Waiting for the End”