3 Crosses Church

http://www.the3crosseschurch.com/ Assemblies of God, multi-generational, multi-ethnic, we find God, both powerful & loving, thru His Word & Spirit

http://www.the3crosseschurch.com/ Assemblies of God, multi-generational, multi-ethnic, we find God, both powerful & loving, thru His Word & Spirit

That’s right! Our church has a brand new name! We’ll no longer be using this page. So be sure to like and follow our new page, Riverstone Chapel of Chatsworth to stay updated.

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See you there! 🙂

[08/05/19]   Stay tuned big changes coming.

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Four Christians, Including U.S. Woman, Arrested from Hotel in Nepal

Remember to Pray for our missionaries, where ever they are, persecution is real!https://www.christianheadlines.com/blog/four-christians-including-u-s-woman-arrested-from-hotel-in-nepal.html

christianheadlines.com Police in Nepal arrested four Christians from a hotel, including a woman from the United States, early Tuesday morning (April 23) on false charges of conversion by allurement, sources said.

It's coming up.... So remember.

REFRESH: a season of prayer & fasting. Join us in His Presence morning, noon & night. #refresh19 #mccc_forney #forney #forneytx #forneytexas

And sometimes you just dance.

If you want to be a Pastor you must be a servant to all.

[04/05/18]   We're on the move. Keep watch, life is happening fast!

Teen Challenge of Southern California

Ventura Update: Thank you all for the support you’ve provided to replace personal belongings for the ladies of our Ventura women’s home! All of their immediate needs have been taken care of and the amount of physical goods donated has been overwhelming. We are so grateful for you—and for Kern County Teen Challenge, who has provided emergency housing and program space. We're working now on getting back to normal routines, including equipping and setting up temporary offices. For more details and a donation link, go to teenchallenge.org/rebuildventura. Any amount helps. May God bless you.

We grieve with those in northern California, especially Santa Rosa area, where entire communities are burned to the ground! Convoy of Hope is a trusted way to help these thousands of people as they rebuild their homes and lives. Consider giving to Convoy or a reputable charity.

In response to the wildfires in California, we are sending relief supplies to aid evacuees.

With so many hurricanes and earthquakes recently, "donor fatigue" can be a real thing. Don't become weary of helping those in dire need. Give to Convoy of Hope or another reputable disaster relief ministry or nonprofit.

The cargo ship has arrived in the British Virgin Islands and contains supplies and 3 million meals for survivors of the recent hurricanes. Thank you for helping us serve so many families affected by the storms.

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Christians outpace FEMA in aid to hurricane victims

Let the Church be the Church, bringing hope, help, comfort, aid to those in need.

washingtontimes.com Faith-based groups — Christian nonprofits, specifically — have been busy bees of late, providing more aid to hurricane victims than even FEMA, the federal agency that’s supposed to swoop to the scenes of natural disasters, assess the situation and speed the recovery and rebuilding process. Just goes...

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Hurricane Harvey : Charity Navigator

Our congregation is sending disaster relief thru Convoy of Hope, one of the 4-star rated charities. Check this site to make sure your $$ go to those who need it.

charitynavigator.org View our list of charities working to support communities affected by Hurricane Harvey.

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Convoy of Hope | Disaster Services

Hurricane Harvey disaster relief: If you're looking for a reputable low-overhead non-profit, Convoy of Hope trucks were already lined up and waiting near Houston when the storm hit, and more trucks and workers are on their way. West Valley Christian Center 3 Crosses Church is sending our donations tomorrow, along with our prayers and thoughts for all affected.

convoyofhope.org Our Disaster Services teams are consistently among the first to respond to disasters throughout the world. In doing so, we've helped millions of people by working with and through local churches, businesses, government agencies and other nonprofits.

Voices of Lee

What a Beautiful Name....the Name of Jesus

Here is a wonderful song in a beautiful setting. Hope you are blessed!

GOD

Good Friday ✝

3 Crosses Church

Come and join us!

Looking for meaning? Have lots of questions about life and death and God? Come hear about the greatest story, the turning point of all human history. Easter service, Sunday April 16 at 11:30 AM at the Radisson Hotel Chatsworth, 9777 Topanga Cyn Blvd. #QuestionsWelcome #SeekersWelcome #SmallCongregationBigHearts

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3 Crosses Church – Easter Sunday | 3 Crosses Church

Looking for meaning? Have lots of questions about life and death and God? Come hear about the greatest story, the turning point of all human history. Easter service, Sunday April 16 at 11:30 AM at the Radisson Hotel Chatsworth, 9777 Topanga Cyn Blvd. #QuestionsWelcome #SeekersWelcome #SmallCongregationBigHearts

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Two congregations, one worship of One God.

[04/01/17]   Join us at the Radisson, Sunday April 2 at 11 AM for a combined service with Covenant Church. Visitors welcome!

3 Crosses Church

[02/18/17]   "Sometimes I cannot say much about why I go to church other than what people who go to the gym say: I always feel better once I'm there; I feel better after; it is always good for me, not good in a take-your-vitamins way, in a chidingly moralistic way, but in a palpable way. Perhaps to say this is to turn religion into therapy. But church is therapy, that is one of the many things that it is, and, as my friend once told me, the real problem lies not in recognizing the therapeutic balm in the gospel; the real problem is going through life thinking that the health you need can be found anywhere else." (Lauren F. Winner)

[01/03/17]   The city of David is a mere shadow of its former greatness. The walls lay in rubble. A cadre of exiles have been repatriated; a dispirited people without hope or heroes. Strong armies dominate the region, insuring that Jerusalem shall never again rise to prominence.

For the Jew, Jerusalem is an unending nightmare – a testament to God’s severe judgment. She is a bankrupt city, a hopeless shell, listless and reproached. But as another gray morning is dawning over Jerusalem, God is working for her redemption through a king’s servant named Nehemiah, some 700 miles to the east.

As Jerusalem shakes herself from slumber, Nehemiah is praying. He has been praying for four months. His plan is audacious, as are all great plans born in the sweat and tears of prayer. He has no experience in urban renewal. He is unqualified as an engineer. Nehemiah has risen to a place of honor among his captors, yet he remains a slave. He has nothing to work with, and yet he will succeed in restoring the ancient city. His success is insured before the first stone is moved – insured by four months of prayer.

No great work for God is ever birthed except for the labor and travail of prayer.
-David Crabtree

I'm sorry I missed the first verse but enjoy.

Coptic Orthodox Diocese of the Southern United States

STATEMENT ON THE BOMBING AT SAINT PETER COPTIC ORTHODOX CHURCH (KNOWN AS “BOTROSIYA”), ABASSIYA, EGYPT, DECEMBER 11, 2016, COINCIDING WITH THE BLESSED MONTH OF KOIAHK 2, 1733 [A.M.]

Today, heaven’s gates opened wide to many victims of terrorism, angels placed the crowns of martyrdom upon their heads, and our Lord Jesus Christ welcomed them into the paradise of joy. Shortly after receiving the Holy Eucharist, a bomb exploded on the side of this ancient church, where women, infants, and young children await their turn to partake of the Holy Eucharist. There is no God in any religion that can accept this savagery, for it is incomprehensible that heaven can be comprised of murderers. Where is the bravery in these atrocities? Where is the heroism in such violent acts? Bravery and heroism are marked by the courage of all Christians, regardless of their dire circumstances, whether poor, ill, or disadvantaged, but greet each day with faith and fill every church in this great land that has been blessed by the blood of the martyrs for more than 2000 years. We are not praying for our martyrs, for they have won the kingdom of God. We are praying and fasting for those who commit these cowardice acts and hide behind the cloak of religion to destroy a nation trying to recover from years of the poison of extremism. We are praying and fasting, not for our martyrs, for they have obtained forgiveness through the body and blood of Christ, but for those who do not know the meaning of love and will not be forgiven until they learn the power of love. We are praying and fasting, not for our martyrs, for they held their children in their arms so that they would grow in their footsteps and follow the rules of love and forgiveness, but for those who are steered by hate and teach their children to kill. We are praying and fasting for the healing of all Egyptians, Christians and Muslims, that we may live together in peace, safety, and civility for the good of all citizens. We are praying and fasting, not for our martyrs, for they followed God’s commandments, but for those who do not denounce these horrific crimes, that will worsen matters by not taking a stand. We are praying and fasting that the Lord will be swift in hearing the call of the martyrs’ blood and bring these murderers to justice here on earth and in eternity. May the Lord comfort the families and loved ones of our beloved martyrs and may He root out all aggression from His beloved Egypt, and may He heal the pain of all Egyptians suffering from the consequences of terrorism.

"And when you hear that we look for a kingdom, you suppose, without making any inquiry, that we speak of a human kingdom. Instead, we speak of that which is with God, as can be shown from the confession of their faith made by those who are charged with being Christians, even though they know that death is the punishment awarded to those who so confess. For if we looked for a human kingdom, we would deny our Christ, so that we might not be killed. We would try to escape detection, so that we might obtain what we hope for. But since our thoughts are not fixed on the present, we are not concerned when men cut us off; since death is a debt which must at all events be paid" (Justin Martyr, c. AD 150, First Apology 11).

We ask the Lord to protect His church and the Christians all over the world, to grant His peace upon us, to support our beloved father and patriarch, His Holiness Pope Tawadros II, and to guide all the leaders and governors entrusted with the lives of all the people in the whole world.

Glory be to God, forever. Amen.

Bishop Youssef
Bishop, Coptic Orthodox Diocese of the Southern United States

Coptic Orthodox Diocese of the Southern United States

https://www.facebook.com/suscopts/posts/1544521625564576

STATEMENT ON THE BOMBING AT SAINT PETER COPTIC ORTHODOX CHURCH (KNOWN AS “BOTROSIYA”), ABASSIYA, EGYPT, DECEMBER 11, 2016, COINCIDING WITH THE BLESSED MONTH OF KOIAHK 2, 1733 [A.M.]

Today, heaven’s gates opened wide to many victims of terrorism, angels placed the crowns of martyrdom upon their heads, and our Lord Jesus Christ welcomed them into the paradise of joy. Shortly after receiving the Holy Eucharist, a bomb exploded on the side of this ancient church, where women, infants, and young children await their turn to partake of the Holy Eucharist. There is no God in any religion that can accept this savagery, for it is incomprehensible that heaven can be comprised of murderers. Where is the bravery in these atrocities? Where is the heroism in such violent acts? Bravery and heroism are marked by the courage of all Christians, regardless of their dire circumstances, whether poor, ill, or disadvantaged, but greet each day with faith and fill every church in this great land that has been blessed by the blood of the martyrs for more than 2000 years. We are not praying for our martyrs, for they have won the kingdom of God. We are praying and fasting for those who commit these cowardice acts and hide behind the cloak of religion to destroy a nation trying to recover from years of the poison of extremism. We are praying and fasting, not for our martyrs, for they have obtained forgiveness through the body and blood of Christ, but for those who do not know the meaning of love and will not be forgiven until they learn the power of love. We are praying and fasting, not for our martyrs, for they held their children in their arms so that they would grow in their footsteps and follow the rules of love and forgiveness, but for those who are steered by hate and teach their children to kill. We are praying and fasting for the healing of all Egyptians, Christians and Muslims, that we may live together in peace, safety, and civility for the good of all citizens. We are praying and fasting, not for our martyrs, for they followed God’s commandments, but for those who do not denounce these horrific crimes, that will worsen matters by not taking a stand. We are praying and fasting that the Lord will be swift in hearing the call of the martyrs’ blood and bring these murderers to justice here on earth and in eternity. May the Lord comfort the families and loved ones of our beloved martyrs and may He root out all aggression from His beloved Egypt, and may He heal the pain of all Egyptians suffering from the consequences of terrorism.

"And when you hear that we look for a kingdom, you suppose, without making any inquiry, that we speak of a human kingdom. Instead, we speak of that which is with God, as can be shown from the confession of their faith made by those who are charged with being Christians, even though they know that death is the punishment awarded to those who so confess. For if we looked for a human kingdom, we would deny our Christ, so that we might not be killed. We would try to escape detection, so that we might obtain what we hope for. But since our thoughts are not fixed on the present, we are not concerned when men cut us off; since death is a debt which must at all events be paid" (Justin Martyr, c. AD 150, First Apology 11).

We ask the Lord to protect His church and the Christians all over the world, to grant His peace upon us, to support our beloved father and patriarch, His Holiness Pope Tawadros II, and to guide all the leaders and governors entrusted with the lives of all the people in the whole world.

Glory be to God, forever. Amen.

Bishop Youssef
Bishop, Coptic Orthodox Diocese of the Southern United States

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Convoy of Hope | Humanitarian Organization

If you want to help the relief efforts in Haiti, check out Convoy of Hope. They already have "boots on the ground" in Haiti, and are among the top responders around the world. Because their administrative costs are subsidized by denominational support, 100% of your donation goes to relief supplies.

convoyofhope.org Convoy of Hope—a faith-based, humanitarian organization—responds to the needs of the impoverished and suffering by distributing food, water, supplies and hope.

3 Crosses Church

Sunday, Sept. 11th is the 15th anniversary of what we've come to call 9/11. You're invited to join us for a special service as we remember the victims and heroes, read God's words of hope for eternity, and pray for our nation and the world. 11:30 AM at the Radisson on Topanga, Sunday, 9/11/2016.

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9/11 Tribute

Sunday, Sept. 11th is the 15th anniversary of what we've come to call 9/11. You're invited to join us for a special service as we remember the victims and heroes, read God's words of hope for eternity, and pray for our nation and the world. 11:30 AM at the Radisson on Topanga, Sunday, 9/11/2016.

godtube.com From video creator Shnosh: On September 11th, 2001 I was driving in my car to work and listening to the radio. They played a song by the group Live called 'Overcome' from their album that was going to be coming out in a week. They cut into that song to announce that the World Trade center had been h...

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