Crossroads United Methodist Church

Crossroads United Methodist Church

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I would like to send Pastor Dave some healing prayers. Hope you recover very soon and God watches over you. Hugs from Donna and Greg Pruitt
Thank you all for always blessing Uganda. May the good Lord bless you abundantly. You made me what am now #pastor Dave Norman and the entire crossroads Church. You gave me hope. God bless America
I really needed to take this opportunity today to say out my heart ❤️ I can't really stop being thankful for how far have moved only Winston Mukasa, Esther Nabwire and many others can tell this.i really needed know good life existed out there not until crossroad's came my way.way back in 2007 with the hope for Africa children's choir I really wished all this was still there.frankly I drop in tears when I feel and think how far all has gone.the great memories of Humble school,the land that hard brought joy in our eyes.were we first found love only Tom K Kohler, Ejua Alfred Alfa, Ivan Karuhanga and many others can tell all. Soonkyu Conaway Tiffany Chapin Blom.i really can't stop thanking Poster Dave Norman.each time you stepped at humble school we really felt father's love.i can't really forget Dave Benet,the bikes.jaja Jennifer Score.the great care.Aunt Stacia,Amanda,Aunt Carol.frankly there so many to talk people to talk about.am blessed to share moments at crossroads church during the Ashburn Race that I participated in glad I hard my dream came true.we can't really pay back the gift of education you brought to us only pray God's blessings to all those who extend a helping hand.its just so upsad Humble school is no more the land that was the hope for the many as we continue to pray for you UMC.
Is the new song that Stephanie Rogers did as an original last week posted here anywhere? Some come up in my newsfeed and some don't so wanted to come back and hear it again :-)
Please send some cards to my residents at: Inova Loudoun Nursing and Rehab Center 235 Old Waterford Rd. NW Leesburg, VA 20176 ❤️❤️❤️❤️
Hi there, we are new to town and I’m interested in the mops program. How do I find more info or sign up? Thank you 🙏🏻
Hello, Crossroads United Methodist Church community. My son ran in the 5K yesterday and lost his wallet along the way. Did anyone happen to find a wallet? Thank you!
Are anyone’s kids gonna wear Halloween costumes to service this morning?
Hello my name is Francis Baale am part of the humble family Uganda and i went to humble united Methodist school in mukono, Uganda.
Request: I get the daily text message but I’d like to be added to the Lent morning and evening message as well. Couldn’t figure out how to do that via the GOTGO app. Can somebody add me? [email protected]. I no longer live in Ashburn but I tune into the weekly podcast from Colorado Springs. Thank you!
Thanks to God

Our desire is that everyone - whether they enter our doors or not - would discover the sacredness of their own story, celebrate their spirituality, and fully enjoy an everyday life with God.

God is everywhere, in everything, and with you every day. Crossroads is a community that intentionally celebrates and extends God’s unlimited welcome and unconditional love to people both inside and outside the walls of a church building. We are equally passionate about and committed to two forms that help us pursue our vision: one is the ministries centered here at Crossroads Drive, and the other we call “Imagine”. Through Imagine we meet in restaurants, bars, coffee shops, homes, yoga studios and in nature with people who have no interest in coming to a church building. We call this a “Both/And” church and through these two forms we are empowered to offer God’s radical grace and love in ways that enable people both inside and outside the walls to change the world one person, one family, and one community at a time.

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Psalm 31:19 CEB How great is the goodness that you’ve reserved for those who honor you, that you commit to those who take refuge in you — in the sight of everyone!

Morning Prayer: God, how reassuring it is to know that I am invited and welcome to take refuge in You, as are all of Your children. What a safe place it is. Wherever I go, whomever I am with, You are there. Your love and grace is extended to me, to everyone. I wonder now, how am I offering that same kind of unlimited welcome, a refuge for others. Help me find the courage and strength to offer refuge to those who are struggling now, in whatever form that looks like. We are all Your children and together we are stronger yet. We find our strength in You. May it be so.

Morning Focus: Today, in whatever ways possible I will offer myself as a refuge to others, just as God is my refuge.

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James 1:17 NRSV Every generous act of giving, with every perfect gift, is from above, coming down from the (God) of lights, with whom there is no variation or shadow due to change.

Morning Prayer: When I consider that I was born without possessions, and at the end of my life, will return to God without possessions, I realize that all my belongings are with me for just a fraction of time. While I am the guardian of these things God, remind me that it is Your own generous heart that I seek to emulate. Help me to be generous with my finances, my possessions, my time, and my hospitality. Open my eyes to the possibilities, and my heart to be willing. May it be so.

Morning Focus: The gift of generosity is a heart full of peace and joy.

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John 6:10-13 (NRSV) Jesus said, “Make the people sit down.” Now there was a great deal of grass in the place; so they sat down, about five thousand in all. Then Jesus took the loaves, and when he had given thanks, he distributed them to those who were seated; so also the fish, as much as they wanted. When they were satisfied, he told his disciples, “Gather up the fragments left over, so that nothing may be lost.” So they gathered them up, and from the fragments of the five barley loaves, left by those who had eaten, they filled twelve baskets.

Morning Prayer: God, help me approach this day with the assured confidence that there is enough. This story from the life of Jesus is a miracle story, not a magic trick. While magic involves sleight of hand and deception, miracles involve You and Your people. The miracle comes when my trust in Your love is greater than my doubts of my worthiness. The miracle comes when my faith in Your eternal promises is greater than my present fears. The miracle comes when I live each day truly believing that there is enough. Guide me from a mindset of scarcity to a mindset of abundance so that I may serve others with generosity and love. May it be so.

Morning Focus: Breathe in, “I am loved.” Breathe out, “There is enough.” Repeat whenever the reminder is needed.

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John 10:10 NRSV The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly.

Morning Prayer: God, You moved into the neighborhood in the form of Jesus. Jesus walked among us, teaching us to live and love and to care for one another. Jesus led us by his words and by his actions. Jesus showed us how we can have an abundant life. Part of that message was what abundance means. It is not about an abundance of material riches, more than I could possibly need or use. It is about an abundance of riches in our friends. It is about having enough – more than enough, that whatever I have, there is enough to share. There are times when I slip into a scarcity mentality, wondering if I have enough, more apt to hoard than to share. Let me always look at everything I have, secure in the knowledge that while I am not rich by some standards, I have an abundance of riches. Let me live as Jesus lived, sharing my abundance with those who are struggling. May it be so.

Morning Focus: Today I will take measure of the abundance of riches I have in my family and my friends.

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Ephesians 3:20-21 CEB Glory to God, who is able to do far beyond all that we could ask or imagine by his power at work within us; glory to (God) in the church and in Christ Jesus for all generations, forever and always. Amen.

Morning Prayer: God, I cannot begin to fully comprehend who You are. The scope of your creative power and mystery is spread across the vast universe and reflected in the tiniest particle. It fills me with wonder, and yet You are small enough to hear my every thought. You celebrate each victory with me and You grieve each tiny loss with me. Your loving and constant presence fills me with joy. I will never stop saying, “Thank you.” May it be so.

Morning Focus: God’s power in you can do far more than you can imagine.

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Luke 15:21-24 (NRSV) Then the son said to him, ‘Father, I have sinned against heaven and before you; I am no longer worthy to be called your son. But the father said to his slaves, ‘Quickly, bring out a robe—the best one—and put it on him; put a ring on his finger and sandals on his feet. And get the fatted calf and kill it, and let us eat and celebrate; for this son of mine was dead and is alive again; he was lost and is found!’ And they began to celebrate.

Morning Prayer: God, I welcome this day feeling so thankful and humbled for the many generous ways You love me. What an incredible gift! Countless times, I have fallen short of my own intentions. I have felt unworthy and unqualified. This story told by Jesus illustrates the magnanimous lens You look at every person, each one of us Your beloved child. Help me to approach this day from a place of celebration rather than shame, abundance rather than scarcity. Open my eyes, mind, and heart to the most lavish story of unconditional love I can imagine, knowing even that falls short of the love You give. From trusting in my own belovedness, may I offer out love with an open hand to the rest of the world. May it be so.

Morning Focus: God’s love for me is limitless. May I place no restrictions on my own love today.

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2 Corinthians 9:6-8 NRSV The point is this: the one who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and the one who sows bountifully will also reap bountifully. Each of you must give as you have made up your mind, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to provide you with every blessing in abundance so that by always having enough of everything, you may share abundantly in every good work.

Morning Prayer: Thank You God for all that you have given me. I joyfully give back to You for You have provided me and those dear to me with such great abundance both materially and spiritually. When I assess all that I have, it is easy for me to commit to You knowing that I will be blessed by those who I can help and, of course, by Your kindness and love. It is my hope that my cheerfulness in spirit and to giving is recognized by those individuals that may be less inclined toward generosity in your name.

Morning Focus: Gratitude makes the world go round. In our daily lives it seems that it is easier to focus on what we do not have rather than the goodness that we have in our lives. I will focus on the blessings that God has given to me and look forward to cheerfully giving back.

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Acts 20:32-35 CEB Now I entrust you to God and the message of (God’s) grace, which is able to build you up and give you an inheritance among all whom God has made holy. I haven’t craved anyone’s silver, gold, or clothing. You yourselves know that I have provided for my own needs and for those of my companions with my own hands. In everything I have shown you that, by working hard, we must help the weak. In this way we remember the Lord Jesus’ words: ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’

Morning Prayer: God, this last line is one I’ve heard since I was a child. As a child it was a lesson my parents tried to install mostly to stop me from being so greedy around birthdays and Christmas. It was more about paring down my own wants than really understanding it is a directive to care for others who may not have as much as I. Over the years I have come to realize that I do have enough, more than enough and the real blessing I receive is to share what I have with those on the margins who struggle for the basic necessities. I thank You that there were those along the way that helped me learn to appreciate and value everything I have, rather than crave more than I need. I have a home, I have food, I have clean water where millions in this world do not. Let me always be mindful of those who do not. Let me share out of my own abundance. May it be so.

Morning Focus: Today, rather than wish for what I don’t have, I will take time to appreciate everything I do have. I have an abundance that can easily be shared.

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Philippians 4:6-7 CEB Don’t be anxious about anything; rather, bring up all of your requests to God in your prayers and petitions, along with giving thanks. Then the peace of God that exceeds all understanding will keep your hearts and minds safe in Christ Jesus.

Morning Prayer: Ah, Kenosis - the self emptying. Not the truest self, the one that is known and loved by You, but all that has attached itself to me; my anxiety, worries and concerns, as well as any false gods - my pride, my ego, my own self-importance. Help me God to follow in the ways of Jesus by sitting aside everything that holds me back or weighs me down. I will offer my concerns and worries to You in prayer, and remember always to be grateful, for even in moments of darkness, there are glimpses of light. May it be so.

Morning Focus: I will make the container of my heart more spacious by letting go of worry and concern - offering them to God with a grateful heart. Lord, fill my heart with your love, peace and compassion for this world, and all of your creation.

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1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 NRSV Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.

Morning Prayer: God, I confess that this command can feel too impossible for me to live into. I read this scripture and my mind pushes back against it. In a world of heartache and division, how can we remain full of joy and gratitude? Yet when I reread the verse, I can hear Your words spoken lovingly as a gentle invitation, not dictated as a grandiose law. In Your unconditional love, You say to every one of us, “this is my greatest dream for you. That you would be close to My presence in the beauty and the sorrow.” You don’t suggest brushing aside or ignoring all the pain of this world. Instead, You invite us to come alongside and work towards healing from a steadfast place of hope. Give me the strength of body, mind, and spirit to live this way today. May it be so.

Morning Focus: Breathe in all the hope of this new day. Breathe out any worries you have been carrying.

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James 1:17 NIV Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the (God) of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.

Morning Prayer: God, it seems like the world around me is ever changing, sometimes so quickly I can’t even recognize it or keep up with it. This year in particular has been so chaotic, to the point of not knowing what to expect upon waking each day. It is exhausting. So I take heart in the message of this scripture. Unlike the world around me, You are steady, unchanging, always with me, even in the most chaotic and unsettling times. That alone is a great gift. Let me never lose sight of that gift and forget to acknowledge and offer thanks for all the gifts in my life. May I be as generous with what I have as You are. May it be so.

Morning Focus: Today I begin by taking stock of all that I have, all gifts from God. Then I turn my attention to how I can be just as generous with all that I have as God is with me.

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Psalm 118:28-29 CEB You are my God - I will give thanks to you! You are my God - I will lift you up high! Give thanks to the Lord because (the Lord) is good, because (God’s) faithful love lasts forever.

Morning Prayer: God, I cannot even fathom all that You are. Your greatness and love exceed anything my mind can imagine. There is no one like You. I am thankful for Your love and unfailing patience with me. Every morning I breathe in the new day knowing that You are with me every moment. There is nothing I could ever do to repay Your kindness, but I will share Your goodness and Your faithful love with the world in every way that I can. When I look on the glories of Your creation my heart is overwhelmed at your endless diversity and complexity. I want to know and experience all of You that I can with the mind, body and spirit that I have. Open my eyes to new wonders of You every day of my life. May it be so.

Morning Focus: God’s love is endlessly faithful and good.

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Matthew 6:19-21 CEB Stop collecting treasures for your own benefit on earth, where moth and rust eat them and where thieves break in and steal them. Instead, collect treasures for yourselves in heaven, where moth and rust don’t eat them and where thieves don’t break in and steal them. Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.

Morning Prayer: God, when I pause to name the countless treasures You have given me, I am overcome with awe and gratitude. These words from Jesus reveal so much about Your heart and the generous love You pour out. When I am caught up in cycles of comparison or competition, I am confusing earthly wealth and riches for true treasure. Give me a heart like Yours, God, that cherishes and shares all that is good, timeless, and eternal. As my mindset changes from one of scarcity to one of abundance, may my heart evolve too. May it be so.

Morning Focus: What treasures are you prioritizing and giving power to today? By focusing your mind and actions on what is long lasting, your heart will follow.

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Today was a special passage day in the Crossroads community- We celebrated five Third Graders receiving their own Bibles! A beautiful afternoon to honor each of them and their families, the faith forming center for all of life❤️
We will be continuing the celebration virtually during our Church at Home gathering on November 22nd.

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Matthew 5:4 Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.

Morning Prayer: While I may “mourn” for my indiscretions, I am confident that God knows that I am an imperfect human but my imperfections are shadowed by the immense love that God has for me. My faith in God helps me understand that no matter what happens in my life, God will never lose love for me and support me and help guide me through my life. May it be so.

Morning Focus: “Mourning” comes in many forms but realize in this context, that God asks us to pray that we will continue to follow God, we will have the faith to know that God will always, through “thick and thin” love, comfort and support us.

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Revelation 21:1, 3a, 4 I saw a new heaven and a new earth. The first heaven and the first earth had disappeared, and so had the season. Then I saw the new Jerusalem, that holy city, coming down from God in heaven... I heard a loud voice from the throne: “God’s home is now with (God’) people. God will live with them and they will be (God’s) own. (God) will wipe all tears from their eyes, and there will be no more death, suffering, crying or pain. These things of the past are gone forever.”

Morning Prayer: God, in You everything is new. Each day is a chance for something new. This scripture tells me that You have moved into my neighborhood. You are here to wipe away my tears. It doesn’t say there won’t be tears but that You will wipe them away; comfort me; ease my pain. I choose to live in Your Kindom, here on earth. I can see You in the faces of my friends and my neighbors. I pray that my friends and neighbors can see and hear You in my own words and actions, that they reflect Your love and grace. Let me see those who are suffering so I might ease their pain in whatever way I am able. May it be so.

Morning Focus: Today I welcome God into the neighborhood and I will share God’s love with my neighbors, remembering that each of us is a beloved child of God.

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