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Thank you for coming to our page and checking us out. We hope this page will give you more insight into what we're all about and what our vision is attempting to do. We believe this vision is based upon the prompting of the Holy Spirit to reach those desiring to grow in an authentic relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ through the love and encouragement of believers within a unconditional faith community. Our Purpose (Mark 16:15, Acts 5:42) We believe “the Church should not be measured in its seating capacity, but rather in its sending capacity.” Therefore, it is the purpose and goal to create covenant members through discipleship and spiritual maturation to carry out the Great Commission of Jesus Christ. Below you'll find the main components to our vision here in the DFW Area: 1. The Word of God (II Timothy 3:16-17) - We believe the Scripture is the inspired, authoritative, inerrant, and sufficient word of God. We believe Scripture has unimaginable power to reveal truth and convict our hearts through the power of the Holy Spirit. Therefore, our primary objective is to ensure the Word is being spoken openly, honestly, lovingly, and authoritatively over the lives of our members. 2. Mission (Matthew 25:35-40, 28:19) - One of our goals is to be a living and breathing church that not only impacts our church body but those in our local community and beyond. We believe that our body as a whole should be active hands and feet of our Lord and Savior. We believe if our children grow up watching their father and mother actively giving of themselves for others through local outreach, then we’re nurturing future leaders who will live for Jesus boldly. 3. Faith Community / Fellowship (Acts 2:42-47, Romans 12:2, I John 1:3-7) - To have true fellowship or faith community, we will submit to the authority of Scripture as our baseline for how we conduct life, how we worship, and how we interact within our faith community. Therefore, as a faith community, we will lovingly help each other pursue a life of holiness through our thoughts, actions, and deeds. We will pray for the needs of those who are hurting and in need of God's love, mercy, forgiveness, and grace. 4. Life Groups (Hebrews 10:24-25, Acts 2:42-47) - In order for our faith community to thrive and grow spiritually as individuals and as a body, Life Group will be an integral parcel of our vision. Just as God saw that it was not good for Adam to be alone, we believe that our church members should not do life on their own either. Because of this, we will hold true to the importance we place on active participation in Life Group. Life group will offer members the opportunity to study Scripture in a safe and authentic manner with other brothers and sisters just as themselves. 5. Accountability (Romans 14:12, I Corinthians 12, Galatians 6:1-2, Hebrews 10:24, I Thessalonians 5:11) - Accountability is essential for any Christian faith community to function appropriately. Accountability is simply being responsible for one's action through the loving encouragement of another. This kind of support and accountability is what we stress within our Life Group ministry. Life groups are designed to be a contextual forum for believers to do life together through fellowship and spiritual growth. 6. Church Discipline (Hebrews 12:5-11, II Timothy 3:16-17, I Corinthians 5, Matthew 18:15-17) - As a church body, we will abide by the discipline of the church and submit ourselves to the leadership and guidance of our pastoral/ecclesiastical leaders. We, as the body of Christ, will also honor and protect the integrity of the faith community by practicing church discipline as outlined within Scripture. We believe speaking the truth of the Scripture thru the heart of Christ, a wandering brother or sister can be reconciled. To this end, God's love and Truth will trump all other conventional wisdom even in the midst of a culture where this may not be a common practice. 7. Leadership (I Timothy 3:8-13) - We believe that leadership (in any capacity) is a divine appointment that carries great responsibility. As a church, we believe that anyone who takes a position within the church should approach that position with great respect, thought, and prayer. Our role model of a servant-leader is Jesus Christ. Just as He showed humility in the washing of His disciples, all church leaders should embody the quality of humility and servanthood (an “I am second” attitude). We believe in the instructions Paul spoke of in I Timothy 3 to select, elect, and appoint those individuals to a position of church leadership. Our hope is that we would be able to praise our Lord and Savior in a community of people from various cultural, socioeconomic, denominational, and ethnic backgrounds. CrossWay is not about what we do to attract people, but rather how we worship our Lord and outreach to a world in need. We hope this will be evident through our worship services, Life Group gatherings, Outreach program, and other ministries. For more information, please feel free to email us at [email protected]. If you're interested in supporting or joining us in this endeavor, we would love to hear from you. God bless!
Mission: Living the Way of the Cross!
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Join us for Easter Sunday as celebrate as a church family and hear the good news from our friend, Jay Mathew.
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Join us for worship via phone! Sunday, March 22 @ 10:30 a.m. 1-605-432-8195 Code: 421409020#
We live in a world where ideas, technology, fashion, lifestyle, and even relationships fade in and fade out. They have a short time period of existence, while losing meaning and value quite quickly. Focusing on things that last forever is where we find the greatest sense of worth and security. Join us this week at CrossWay as we begin the new sermon series “I Am”, where we discover powerful metaphors that Jesus used to describe Himself, the self-existent eternal son of God!
March 1st will be recognized as Diocesan Sunday across the country. It is a time to remember with gratitude, the pioneer leaders who labored hard for the formation of the Diocese, thank God for the divine guidance and blessings received in its growth and development and pray for the present leadership, clergy, laity, all the organizations and the mission activities of the Diocese.
Join us this Sunday as we observe Diocesan Sunday, Rev. Mathews Mathew from Sehion MTC will be visiting our church to celebrate Holy Communion service at 10:30 AM.
In a highly individualistic society, there is one thing people desire more than anything else, ‘autonomy’; i.e. the freedom to do whatever we want, whenever we want, and however we want. Whether our freedom of autonomy leads us to choice good or bad outcome for ourselves, our families or for society is never really considered part of the equation. In contrast, God has placed all around us the antithesis of ‘automony’ in the forms of various ‘authority’ figures in our world. Within the church, God has placed authorities to guard the church against errors and to ensure that the church fulfills its mission to grow. Priests, elders, teachers and various other leaders have been appointed by God to shepherd his people. Join us this week as we learn about how God works through authority figures and how we ought to respond to them.
The Grace of God has appeared to all men and teaches us to say no to ungodliness and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright and godly lives in this present age, while we wait for our Blessed Hope- the Glorious appearing of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ who gave himself for us to redeem us from all wickedness and to purify for himself a people that are his very own, eager to do what is good.
The Lord has been blessing our church in so many ways. From giving us a new worship facility, to growing our ministries, we have seen God’s powerful hand working in our church. But He has so much more for us to grow.
This week at CrossWay, we will learn about how God has appointed local elders to prayerfully watch over the church. We will discover the Biblical characteristics of Elders and how they are meant to be a vital support to foster depth in our spiritual growth.
Holy Communion (Eucharist) is one of the most Important sacraments in the church, join us this Sunday as we look into the true meaning of Communion and its relevance in our daily life.
As Christians we are all called to spread the Gospel. Some of us are called to local missions and others are called to international missions. Join us this Sunday as we hear a testimony of a CrossWay member's trip to India. Hear what God revealed to her and what it means for us.
Prayer and the Word go hand in hand in the Christian faith. The faithful are called to believe God's Word and turn to him in prayer, to seek his guidance and follow wherever he leads. Join us as we explore how in 2020, Cross Way will invest in being led by God's Word and Prayer, and how each of us can foster a richer personal prayer life.
What does community look like? Is it even needed? The early church had a great emphasis on a strong faith community. It was through this community a deep desire arose to serve one another in the ups and downs of their faith walk and the trials of life. This was not done out of duty, obligation, or a quota to fill. It was based on the revelation of the Gospel presented to them and the prompting of the Holy Spirit. Join us this Sunday as we continue our core values series by unpacking the need for community and mission.
Join us for worship this first Sunday of the new year at 10:30AM. We will start out the year by realigning our focus on what matters most.
Join us this Sunday as we celebrate the Holy Communion and hear about God‘s greatest gift given to mankind. The gift of Jesus, God‘s only son, born of virgin birth, who is Immanuel!
We all come from a lineage of people who have carved a path for us in our life. Without appreciating where we come from, we cannot truly appreciate where we are today. Join us this Sunday as we continue preparing for the Advent season by looking at Christ’s lineage and how that relates to us
We are in the Advent season, a time to celebrate Christ’s birth. This week, let us meditate upon how God is using His servants for the fulfillment of His purpose.
Thankfulness should be a constant in the Christian faith, not a passing feeling of gratitude when something extraordinarily good happens. Rather, there should be a constant heart of praise to God in every circumstance whether seemingly good or bad. Despite adversity, trials and heartache, the true children of God will overcome all things with thankfulness. Join us this week as we learn from the experience of Mary, the mother of Jesus, what it looks like to be filled with thanksgiving in the midst of our deepest trials.
Join us this Sunday as we wrap up the marriage series by taking a look at practical tools to protect your marriage from the traps of divorce.
God designed men & women to experience the fullness of joy, intimacy and love within the covenant of marriage. This unique relationship between a husband and his wife was meant to be enjoyed exclusively within the confines of marriage. Humanity has for centuries violated God's design, with counterfeit relationships and alternative lifestyles.
Join us this Sunday as we discuss how these deviations damage our health and relationships, and how we can return back to the original God ordained plan for marriage.
Marriage requires a deep level of intimacy in order for it to be everything God designed it to be. Without it, the relationship becomes transactional and mundane where interactions are logistical in nature. Or it becomes highly volatile and reactive to what is being said and done. This contradicts what God had in mind in the Garden of Eden and for us today. In order for us to reclaim God’s purpose and design, we must know who we truly are and where our sense of value comes from. Join us this Sunday as we discuss the importance of an identity in Christ while creating an intimate connection with our spouse.
God designed marriage for a glorious purpose, to show the world what it looks like to live within the bounds of a covenant relationship. Within that covenant, the husband becomes an unrelenting source of sacrifice and service, and the wife like a delicate flower tenderly nurtured, unfolds in endless industry and strength, love and devotion. Join us this Sunday as we explore what it looks like for a husband to live out headship just as Christ is the head of the Church, and how this foundation is the bedrock of Godly families.
Marriage can be difficult and challenging at times. Sometimes it brings feelings of hopelessness and disappointment. Over time, it can lead to thoughts of divorce. Society ingrains in us the need for instant gratification and romantic love based on feelings in the moment. The Bible, however, speaks to waiting patiently on the Lord because in the waiting there is something to learn and possibly change about ourselves and our situation. Join us this Sunday as we continue our series on marriage and discuss the topic of divorce.
Last weekend we had an Outreach event with "Feed My Starving Children" lead by our Sunday School students. Each participant packed meals for hungry children around the world. They packed rice, soy, dried vegetables, and a blend of vitamins and minerals into bags. These bags are then sealed and shipped to many partners around the world.
One of the many gifts of God is Family. Families were instituted as a medium to fulfill God's will in this world, to be an image of God, to go out and be a missionary in our everyday life. It is also the place where personalities are molded and spiritual nourishment is received. Join us this Sunday as we dive into these qualities of Godly families and reflect on our own lives.
God has from the beginning brought together a man and a woman together to become one in His presence and a family was created. In the current day cultural context, we have deviated quite far from God‘s original plans for Marriage and what that looks like.
Join us for worship this Sunday at Cross Way, as we review the original design and why He created the institution of Marriage. Let’s return back to God and revere the beauty of Marriage from His Perspective.
This week we will look at 1 Corinthians 7:35 about Securing Undistracted Devotion to The Lord. We will explore the purpose of singleness and how if we see from Gods perspective, singleness is actually an incredible gift. We will also discuss how these realities can be applied in the lives of those who are married.
In the beginning, after God created all things, he created humanity in his image. God did not create us all the same, he created us male and female. This week we will examine the God exalting purpose for genders and learn how to embrace the fact that we are different yet rejoice in our complementary nature.
Prayer Service will be held this Sunday at 10:30AM. This is a time devoted specifically for the many needs within Cross Way and beyond. If you need prayer, our leaders would love to pray for you and with you. Anil Vijayan will also give his testimonial during service. Join us as we kneel and make our requests known to our Heavenly Father.
Thank you Justin Chandy for these great pictures!
Thank you Justin Chandy for these great pictures!
Such a blessing to call this group of people family.
Had an incredible weekend with our Cross Way Church Family!
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