Which Criminal Are You? Easter 2015

Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on the final words of Jesus from the cross. “Today you will be with me in paradise.” Luke 23:43. We celebrate the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, so that we might have free access to God the Father, and relationship through the Holy Spirit. JoinContinue reading “Which Criminal Are You? Easter 2015”

Caught In The Middle

Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on the final phrases of Jesus from the cross. Jesus said, “Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.” I can’t imagine the pain and loss Jesus was experiencing as he took our sins upon himself, and yet, forgave us all ourContinue reading “Caught In The Middle”

It’s Easier Than You Think; small things, BIG DIFFERENCE

Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on how to change our way of thinking from stuck in one place, to freedom in Jesus Christ. There are ways to change your thinking format and teach your mind to work for you, rather than fall victim to it’s wishes.

I AM . . . “The Light of the World”

I AM… The Light of the World Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on John 8:1-12 where Jesus says, “I Am the Light of the World.” How does Jesus reveal the light, and how do we learn to come out of the darkness? Join us as we learn about THE LAW, THEContinue reading “I AM . . . “The Light of the World””

Enemies of the Heart

Andy Stanley’s book, “Enemies of the Heart” has spoken to me in the past month or so. I’m sharing it with our local church through a preaching series.  We have discovered that emotions can attack us at the most inopportune times, but what matters is how we respond to them. Last weekend at Crossroads Greeley,Continue reading “Enemies of the Heart”

Forgiven to be Forgiving

I took my family to see Les Miserables, the musical movie over Christmas. My wife and I saw the play while in college in L.A. some 24 years ago together. I had my hopes set for reliving the play, remembering those age-old emotions through the varying scenes of the stage. I truly wanted my kidsContinue reading “Forgiven to be Forgiving”