Is There a God the Mother? Part 1

This blog is part of a 3-part series taught by one of our elders, Matt Mangum, to better equip our congregation to evangelize various religious views in the Augusta area. In order to understand the two-part response begun in this lesson, one should first familiarize themselves with the Christian Doctrine...

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DIY Study – Outline of Titus 1:5-16

These outlines are provided to our congregation on Sunday mornings to assist in their own private study of God’s Word. Our hope is that we would be a Church of believers firmly rooted in God’s Word in our gatherings and our individual lives. Titus’s Thesis: For the grace of God...

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Get Rich, Augusta

I was reminded this morning that it’s Masters Week as I left for an early breakfast meeting to discover sign-holders on Washington Road looking for tickets before the sun had even risen. I am guessing this is one of the highest revenue-earning weeks of the year for Augusta businesses as...

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A Reflection On The Christian Response To Tragedy

Crossroads Fellowship, in pain and anguish for our brothers and sisters in Christ, wishes to extend the deepest sympathy and prayer for the victims (friends and family) involved in yesterday’s shootings. In light of the tragedy yesterday involving the merciless shooting of 26 people at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs,...

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How Do You Define “Blessed”?

“How do I gauge success? Why do I say I’m blessed? Is it the car that I drive Or the place that I rest Or the way that I dress? Is the cause of my pride The stage and the set Or my face in the press?” –Identity, Lecrae What...

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The Menu Is Not The Meal

“The menu is not the meal.” -Alan Wilson Watts This quote has been on my mind this week. By God’s grace some close new friends reminded me of Christ’s words to the Pharisees in John 5:39-40: You search the Scriptures because you think that in them you have eternal life;...

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