Jacob needed a wake up call to become humbled in the service to the Lord.
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on the end of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 5:10-12. Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness. When you face persecution and difficulties in your faith, what is your response? How will you endure persecution?
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church in Greeley teaches on Daniel 10. Daniel is experiencing dreams and visions for the nation of Israel in chapter 10, and he falls to his face in awe of the glory of God. God speaks to him to give him strength when he needs it. Likewise we don’t needContinue reading “The Futility of Posturing; STAND in Faith When It Seems Impossible”
Reading through some pastor-posts this week, I ran across this one and really resonate with it. 5 REALLY BAD REASONS TO LEAVE YOUR CHURCH Of course, there are good, legitimate reasons to leave a congregation. Some of the comments at the end of the post have good reasons for departing from a certain location, butContinue reading “(repost) 5 Really Bad Reasons to Leave Your Church”
New Sermon; MIGHTY COUNSELOR, is online (here) Published on Sep 10, 2014 Crossroads of Greeley welcomes guest speaker, Vanna In from Jobs of Hope to share God’s Word with us. Vanna teaches on encountering the storms in your life. Jesus is always with you, and Jesus has a purpose for your storm; it never goesContinue reading “Why Are You So Afraid?”
Do you look for miracles from Jesus, or is relationship with Jesus enough? When Jesus does miracles, we tend to want more miracles. Rather, as mature believers, we are called to love God through relationship with Jesus.
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on “Happy” and God’s formation of joy in our lives. What makes you happy? Where does your joy come from? What did the blind man experience when Jesus healed him? Jesus said “I am the light of the world.” Learn what this means for us.
How is the church supposed to love each other? James 2:1-13 tells us to not show favoritism. Can you handle it?