Mission trips for 2013 Denver, Colorado June 8-17 led by Harold Heinze(479) 304-2320El SalvadorJuly 29-Aug. 3 led by Melody and Dan Lamphear(479) 549-5439Arlington, TxTBA-Youth Onlyled by Garris Hudson(479) 361-9922Voice of the Martyrs, Bartlesville, OKAugust 5-7 (3rd-5th graders)led by Donna Pianalto(479) 200-220
Have you played your card?The 2013 "Playing Cards" for each month state our beliefs and actions to live out those beliefs. To get your own package of "playing cards", you can stop by Guest Services or you can view them online at the link below. - SEE THE CARDS HERE -
Deanna Snavely leads all aspects of our ministry to children birth through kindergarten. She brings a wealth of experience as an assistant daycare director and many years of volunteering in churches. Deanna loves our preschoolers, encouraging their parents and building relationships with our amazing volunteers. A native of Springdale, she is married to Kevin and they have two children, Kathryn and Kyle.
Deanna Snavely oversees all aspects of our ministry to children younger than 1st grade. Her “people skills” are very evident as she is the welcoming face to these children and their parents every Sunday morning. A native of Springdale, Deanna is married to Kevin and they have two children, Kyle and Kathryn
Cross Pointe MediaTo listen or download a sermon recording hover your mouse over the MEDIA tab and select MEDIA PLAYER.To request a CD copy of a sermon recording please sign the request form at Guest Services or contact Chris Hunt.Have questions or comments about media?email email@example.com provided by Main Street Studios
Current Series: "Through the Bible in a Year" In 2013 we are experiencing the Bible from the words that spoke this world into existence until the final verses of Revelation. Pastor Larry is opening up God’s Word to us each Sunday in an overview of the entire Bible. As he brings the characters, events, and promises of God’s Word to us many in the Church Family have committed to read through the entire Bible this year. Join us on this exciting journey!
Ryan Soria leads worship at The Hype on Wednesday nights for our students in 6th-12th grades as well as playing in our adult praise band on Sunday mornings. He is from Texas and has two children, Hunter and Gabby. Ryan has been involved in music ministry for over 15 years leading worship in churches and playing the keyboard for Carmen. He loves being involved in the lives of our Middle School, Jr. High and High School students.
Our Local MissionsCross Pointe considers it a priviege to minister to those in our own community through our partnership with George Elementary School and The Maples Nursing Home. We also enjoy a great relationship with The Hmong Alliance Church as they strive to reach the Hmong people of Northwest Arkansas for the Lord. [SCROLL DOWN TO VIEW A COMPLETE LIST]_________________________________________________________________George Elementaryschoolfusion.us
(479)750-8800An elementary school in Springdale with a high percentage of the children living below poverty level.Our connection...Sue Wood (479) 871-0230_________________________________________________________________Hmong Alliance ChurchA church that ministers to the Hmong residents of NW Arkansas.It is a privilege to have this church hold worship services in our Faith Factory on Sunday afternoons as they have a burden for spreading the gospel to the people of the Hmong culture who are living in our area. Their youth also participate with our Student Ministry in a variety of ways._________________________________________________________________Maples Nursing Homethemaples.org
(479) 361-4669A residential living facility for senior adults near Tontitown.Our connection...James Childress(479) 283-4498Our church holds worship services 3 Sunday mornings per month to the residents of The Maples. This is a time of relationship building and an encouragement to them, spiritually, as they enjoy singing the old hyms and hearing the teaching of the Word. Our church ministers there throughout the year in a variety of ways as our children have presented their Christmas musical to the residents, our men's Monday Night Football Life Group has watched football with the residents, our ladies' Wednesday Morning Bible Study has helped the ladies with the hair and nails and our church has delivered "goody bags".
Our Local MissionsThe Cross Pointe Family holds outreach to our community very high among our priorities. Our focus is not just on the town that our building resides, because our people are not just from this side of Springdale.[SCROLL DOWN TO VIEW A COMPLETE LIST]Compassion Housecompassionhouse.us
(479) 751-0207A life-line for women between the ages of 12 and 28 who are challenged by an unplanned pregnancy.Our connection...Tina Priddy (479) 530-5276The residents and house-parents of the Compassion House are an active part of the Cross Pointe Family. One of our ladies' Life Groups ministers there throughout the month by mentoring the girls, sometimes serving as labor coaches or spending an evening having a fun time with them. Other Life Groups and individuals also minister to these girls throughout the year._________________________________________________________________George Elementaryschoolfusion.us
(479)750-8800An elementary school in Springdale with a high percentage of the children living below poverty level.Our connection...Sue Wood (479) 871-0230_________________________________________________________________Help for Single MomsA men's Life Group gets together one Saturday morning each month to assist single moms who might need help with their houses, yards, or cars. These men make life a little easier for these moms by using their skills and tools.Our connection...Chris Stecklein (479) 790-9221_________________________________________________________________Hmong Alliance ChurchA church that ministers to the Hmong residents of NW Arkansas.It is a privilege to have this church hold worship services in our Faith Factory on Sunday afternoons as they have a burden for spreading the gospel to the people of the Hmong culture who are living in our area. Their youth also participate with our Student Ministry in a variety of ways._________________________________________________________________NW AR Children"s Shelternwacs.com
(479) 795-2417A place that provides a safe and nurturing atmosphere of hope for children in crisis.Our connection...Aileen Jones (479) 841-1878One of our Life Groups ministers at least once a month to these children in transitional living. They spend evenings or Saturday mornings playing games, making crafts, watching movies, leading field trips and just being silly with the kids. This goup often finds themselves "on call" as the Children's Shelter staff knows that they are willing to help whenever needed. They love building relationships with these kids who are in a very difficult time in their lives._________________________________________________________________Maples Nursing Homethemaples.org
(479) 361-4669A residential living facility for senior adults near Tontitown.Our connection...Ken Durrett (479) 790-8696 Don Olson (479) 248-4957Our church holds worship services 3 Sunday mornings per month to the residents of The Maples. This is a time of relationship building and an encouragement to them, spiritually, as they enjoy singing the old hyms and hearing the teaching of the Word. Our church ministers there throughout the year in a variety of ways as our children have presented their Christmas musical to the residents, our men's Monday Night Football Life Group has watched football with the residents, our ladies' Wednesday Morning Bible Study has helped the ladies with the hair and nails and our church has delivered "goody bags".
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Sunday MorningsWe are passionate about helping kids build relationships …with each other, with caring adults and youth leaders… and with Jesus! Sunday mornings (9:00 and 10:45 - "early arrival" activities begin 15 minutes before each service) Children of Cross Pointe gather in thematic rooms to experience a fresh, fun encounter with God!All children, Birth - Kindergarten, must be registered by their parents in the Early Childhood Foyer which is located on the northeast side of the main building.All 1st-5th graders must be registered by their parents at the Faith Factory which is located across the parking lot near the Warehouse.Wednesday Nights (6:00-8:00) Cross Training is for kids in 1st-5th grades. The evening will be filled with games, music, crafts, Bible time, snacks and lots of great fun with friends! (The doors will open at 5:45 and all children must be picked up by 8:15. This will give parents an opportunity to be involved in one of our Wednesday night Life Groups meeting at or near the church.)'Like' our Cross Pointe Kids Facebook page for current information and updates about our ministries, as well as lots of photos!
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Our Story began in December of 2004, when a small group of believers met at the home of Larry & Rosanne Petton in Springdale, AR and shared their vision for a new non-denominational church with a contemporary-style worship format in the Tontitown, AR area. Tontitown had few churches, but was on the cusp of tremendous growth. Those who were part of that historic meeting were: Keith & Missi Truitt, Ken & Twila Durrett, Nathan & Raelene Hudson, Jake Naramore, Don & Susan Dalton and the Petton’s. This group, which later became our Advisory Team, had such a positive spirit, sincere love for one another and deep faith in what they believed God was doing. Cross Pointe Community Church was birthed in that meeting with the purpose statement of “Building relationships with God, family, friends and our world.”In January of 2005 a 10,000 sq. ft. lease building was discovered on Highway 412 in Tontitown. A lease was signed by members of that group and plans were drawn for remodeling the building into a unique worship center with creative rooms for children’s ministry. After 7 months of construction and nearly $200,000 in cost, Cross Pointe held its first public services on Sunday, August 21, 2005 which was attended by over 200.The first year was exciting as the church continued to grow spiritually and numerically. More staff members were added and Life Groups were formed to connect like-minded people together to build relationships. The Cross Pointe family members began finding their places of service and ministry. In August of 2006 the church took possession of the former Mis Panchos restaurant and remodeled it to serve as a Youth/Multi-Purpose building. Known as The Warehouse, this building was an answer to prayer because of limited space and the need for a Youth Worship Service on Sunday mornings. The church’s second year was one of continued relationship building as many people came into a personal relationship with God. Life Groups continued to develop and provide a place for those in the church family to get to know one another and begin to grow in their faith. By our second birthday, it was necessary to begin having two worship services each Sunday to accommodate the crowds. On August 24, 2008 Cross Pointe celebrated our third birthday and on September 7, began having three worship services each week.In December, 2009 we were able to take possession of the Sioux Transportation offices, next door to the Warehouse, and that became the Faith Factory for elementary children. At the same time extensive remodeling was done on the main building to install an indoor playground for children and enlarge the foyer and worship center. That enabled us to accommodate everyone two worship services on Sundays. Today, over 1,500 peopel are associated with Cross Pointe as God continues to bless our church as we build relationships with God, family, friends, and our world.
Cross Pointe is a non-denominational church family with a contemporary worship style. We desire to lead you each Sunday morning into active participation in worship with our excitingworship leader and band. We believe that worship is a whole-life experience that is not limited to a church service. Come and experience our relevant, Christ-centered style of worship as we seek to point you to our Savior each Sunday!
Cross Pointe Community Church is a non-denominational church on a mission to reach those who are unsaved, unchurched and out of church. We purpose to reach those individuals by building relationships with God, family, friends and our world. Those relationships are made right when we know God in the person of His Son, Jesus Christ, who is the only way to enter into Heaven.OUR BELIEFSStatement of Faith:We believe the Bible to be God"s final, perfect Word to man and it is the basis for everything we do at Cross Pointe.We believe that every believer in Christ has the Holy Spirit living within and He is the strength who supplies victory over sin and Satan. This makes each believer a priest unto God and gives him the ability and responsibility to hear God"s voice and follow Him as he is led.We believe that Christ is the Head of the Church and He has gifted His Body with a team of leaders who must work together in unity.We believe that Christ is coming again and we must be busy about reaching those who do not know Him.Core values:* We value the importance of building relationships. * We value the authority and reliability of the Word of God. * We value the privilege of expressive, contemporary worship. * We value the need to build strong family units. * We value all people regardless of their background. * We value the unity of the Spirit. * We value the priority of missions and evangelism. * We value the need of members to know and develop their spiritual gifts.
>>> Scroll bar >>> . 2012-2013 Life GroupsLife Groups are the heart of Cross Pointe's small group ministry. They are about connecting like-minded people who want to grow in God and enjoy one another. Life Groups are based on people's personalities and interests, so everyone is free to choose one that works best for them. They meet regularly in homes, coffee shops, parks, lakes and just about anywhere and anytime they choose.!!! IMPORTANT !!!Scroll down to view the full list of groups, then...CLICK HERE TO JOIN A GROUP TODAY!
Ministry GroupsMonday Night Prayer GroupBe a part of the real power behind what God is doing at Cross Pointe and around the world. This group meets every Monday night, 7:00-8:00, in the main building. Open to both men and women, this group spends one hour each week in prayer and spiritual warfare for our families, church, nation, and world.Leader: Harold Heinze (479)236-3106Women’s Leadership TeamMeets occasionallyJoin other women who want to be involved in planning special events for the ladies of Cross Pointe. This group meets periodically to plan an annual retreat, a Christmas event, and other fun relationship-building activities for the ladies. Rosanne Petton (479) 238-3145George Elementary Liaison TeamMeets occasionallyThis group oversees our partnership with George Elementary School in Springdale. Meeting several times each year, they help with planning and communication between the school and our church so we can minister effectively to the teachers and students.Ruth Thomas (479)445-0211Nursing HomeSunday mornings, Maples Nursing Home (Har-Ber Meadows)Join a team of people who minister to these senior adults one Sunday morning a month by being a part of a worship service planned especially for them. Build relationships and brighten their day by helping with the teaching, music, or just being a friend.James Childress (479) 283-4498Missions TeamOur church missions team meets monthly to brainstorm ideas for reaching out to our community, places to go on mission trips and ways to minister to the missionaries who we support. They guide our church in "building relationships... with our world".David and Sydney Kapustinski (479) 422-5284Study GroupsThe Pastor's Dinner ClubPastor Larry is starting a new Life Group that will meet every other Wednesday night in Springdale for those who are not already connected to a Life Group. This group will meet for dinner and a laid-back discussion of the teaching from the 2 previous Sundays, beginning Wednesday, Jan. 30 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. Larry and Rosanne Petton (479) 238-3145RINGS (Real Intimacy and Growth Skills)RINGS is a skill-based marriage education approach that helps couples create a loving, lasting marriage. The 5 major units of Committing, Connecting, Cooperating, Confronting and Confiding form the essence of what married couples will need in order to go the distance. RINGS is appropriate for couples who are dating, engaged, newly wed, happily married, struggling, separated, divorced or remarried. This group meets every other Wednesday night in the church foyer from 6:00 until 8:00 and children’s activities are provided for all ages. Leaders: Chris and Amy Pruett (466-1523)The B.I.G. Difference (Ladies' Bible Study)Every other Monday night, 6:00-8:00 pm, in TontitownThis group is dedicated in revealing to women how BIG of a God we really serve. At the beginning of the semester we will be doing a book study as we learn more about God, each other, and connecting as women and friends. We desire to implement the mission statement of our church..."Building relationships with God, Family, Friends, and our World!" Regardless of where you are in your life, God is a BIG God who can and will make a BIG Difference! Come and connect with other women as we build relationships with one another as we learn more and more how truly blessed we are to be daughters of a BIG God! Raelene Hudson (479)549-8143Siloam Springs Ladies (Bible Study)Every other Wednesday night in Siloam SpringsA group of ladies in the Siloam Springs area meet together every other week for Bible study, dinner, a time of relationship building and prayer. They are studying Life Principles from the Storms of Life during the fall semester, as they learn more about how to navigate the ups and downs of life God’s way. Rosanne Petton (479) 238-3145 Wed. Morning Ladies' Bible StudyEvery Wed. morning, 8:45-11:30 am, at the churchThis group of ladies of all ages meets at the church for an interactive Bible study. They will be studying "Jonah- Navigating a Life Interrupted" by Priscilla Shirer. The study includes daily homework and a weekly session with video. The morning centers around the great study, food, fellowship, and prayer. Childcare is provided and this is a great place for making new friends with a great group of ladies. Verna Ikehara (479) 248-1468Anointed for Business (Men’s Bible Study)Every other Wednesday 6:00-8:00 pm, in Tontitown This Life Group is for men, of all ages, who want to learn more about how to carry their faith into the workplace. Studying Anointed for Business by Ed Silvoso, they will have dinner together and encourage one another in their day to day lives. Pastor Larry Petton (479) 200-1027Harold Heinze (479)236-3106Drill Team (Adult Bible Study)Every other Wednesday, 6:00-8:00 pm, in TontitownCouples and singles of any age are welcome to “drill deep” with this group as they study God’s Word together. The actual topic of study this year will be determined by the group at their first meeting. They enjoy Bible study, dinner and a great time of “catching up” on everyone’s lives and activities.Bud and Sue Wood (479) 871-0230Young Adult Bible Study (Parents of elementary children) Meets every other Wednesday, 6:00-8:00, in TontitownJoin others in the same stage of life as you enjoy a meal together, "catch up" with one another, and have a lively discussion of the Pastor's teaching the previous Sunday. Build relationships with other young parents while reading through the Bible this year and learning more about God's amazing Word.Pete and Roxy Stevens (479)530-3268Sun Stand Still (Adult Bible Study)Meets every other Thursday, 6:00-8:00 pm, in TontitownThis group for adults of all ages will read and study Sun Stand Still, by Steven Furtick, as they learn what happens when ordinary believers move beyond “purpose” to passion and asking God for the impossible becomes a normal way of life. Be a part of this group for great relationship building and learning what happens when you dare to ask God for the impossible. Harold and Donna Heinze (479)419-9164Genesis and Creation (Adult Bible Study)Meets every other Wednesday, 6:00-8:00 pm, at the churchThis one-of-a-kind study series will equip you to understand the world through "biblical glasses", and to answer the questions our culture is asking about the authority and accuracy of the Bible. During the thirteen DVD lessons, you will discover why it is vital to provide logical answers to skeptics, and how to give those answers with a solid understanding of what the Bible says about the relevance of Genesis, geology, and astronomy. Viewers learn a solid creation-based worldview and that, contrary to popular belief, operational science runs counter to the idea of evolution and “millions of years.” The facts of nature, rightly interpreted, provide an irrefutable case for the accuracy and trustworthiness of the book that claims to be the inspired word of the Creator Himself! Build relationships while learning more about what the Bible has to say on this important topic. Scott and Nancy Jones (479)879-7310Men’s Discipleship GroupMeets every other Thursday, 6:30 pm, at the WarehouseMen's Discipleship is about maturing and becoming grounded in the Word. This group is for men of all ages who need to mature in their faith or want to disciple others. Ready to grow? Join us on Thursday nights this year!Frank Jones (479)841-3010College Bible StudiesConnect with other Cross Pointe college students each week at one of our weekly college Bible studies. This is a great way to build relationships and to have challenging discussions about our faith. This semester we are going through the "Elephant Room" video series. This series puts seven prominent pastors (Mark Driscoll, David Platt, Steven Furtick, and others) together to have blunt conversations about their different approaches to ministry and the Gospel. There will be great follow up discussions in these groups.*Tontitown area – the Pack’s home, Thursdays (7:00-9:00 pm)*Siloam Springs – The Voth’s home, Mondays (5:00-7:00 pm)See the college page on church website for directions.Interest Based GroupsMen's Softball TeamHave fun on spring and summer evenings playing softball with other men in the Church Family. Games are in Springdale on Monday nights. There is a fee to play on the team which includes a t-shirt and cap.Leader: Rusty Pack (479) 466-6058COED Softball TeamGet some exercise while enjoying healthy competition and building relationships. This softball team plays on Tuesday or Thursday nights in Springdale. There is a fee to play on the team which includes a shirt and cap.Beginning Ballroom Dancing This fun group meets every Friday night throughout the summer. The evening begins at 6:30 and includes an hour or so of instruction and dancing and then an hour of relationship building with snacks. The dances to be taught include Rumba, Swing, Foxtrot, Waltz, Cha Cha, and Salsa. This group meets in Dana and Joelene Lyon's home dance studio at 203 N. Barrington Rd. in Tontitown and is open to singles and couples. Build relationships while learning a new skill and getting exercise. Leaders: Dana & Jolene Lyon (479-530-0002) .Parents of Young Children For couples in the Springdale/Tontitown/Fayetteville areaJoin other couples who are in the same stage of life raising young children (lower elementary and younger). This group gets together once a month for fun activities that include the children. It's a great way to meet other young parents and for the kids to have a fun time playing together. Garris and Serena Hudson (479) 549-8345 Eric and Mia Standard (479) 871-2339Growing With God (Community Garden)The land behind the church is available for those who would like to grow a garden but don’t have enough space at home or need help in learning how to garden. 25x50 ft. plots are available for family units to grow the things that they would like. Part of the land will also be used for a garden for those in need. This group is for those who wish to grow their own gardens, those who wish to help grow a garden for those less fortunate, and those who want to do both. The fall will be spent planting fall gardens and tilling the ground and preparing the garden plots for spring planting. In the fall and spring family units will work their gardens on their own time and meetings will be held occasionally and will involve instruction and sharing of information about selecting seeds, plants that are compatible, organic gardening, drying herbs, canning and freezing fresh produce, etc. There will be a small monthly fee next summer to cover the cost of watering the gardens.Mike Curry (479)721-9951Empty Nesters Fun Group4th Saturday evening of each month in a variety of placesHave fun and build close relationships with others who are in the “empty nest” season of life through a variety of fun activities. This group has such events as game nights, dinners in restaurants, ministry projects, plays and thematic parties as well as spontaneous activities.Larry and Rosanne Petton (479) 238-3145Winners & Whiners Game Group 1st Friday night of each month, 6:30-10:00 pmIf you like to win or just whine come join the fun as we play games such as: Dominos, Cards and other Party Games. Games are quick and easy to learn! Bring your favorite snack as we take turns hosting the evening in each other’s homes. Open to adults (couples and singles) and teenagers.Jay & Laura Grutz (479) 601-6752 & (479) 601-6753Movie Night3rd Saturday night of each monthExperience movies together! Yes MOVIES! Join us in seeing new releases at the theater or casually watching a flick in the comfort of someone’s home.This group is for those who yearn to meet and build friendships through a common love of the cinema. Dinner, snacks, coffee or ice cream afterwards are always optional. Open to adults (couples and singles) and teenagers.Jay & Laura Grutz (479) 601-6752 & (479) 601-6753Siloam Springs Parents of Young ChildrenThis is a group for couples of any age, with small children, who would like to connect with other couples in the Siloam area. We keep it informal and pretty laid back, and, of course, children are welcome!Ansen and Dri Bayer (479) 238-4232Ladies Book Club 4th Thursday evening of each month, TontitownExperience the joy of reading with others who enjoy both Christian and secular novels and biographies. The Book Club meets for a fun dinner and a lively discussion of the book of the month.Bonnie Sisemore (479) 361-2281Yoga For Health Get healthy and fit in a fun atmosphere every Thursday night from 6:30 to 7:30. This group is led by an instructor with years of experience in exercise and fitness. Meeting in the church worship center the group practices yoga, minus the Eastern Mysticism, and learns techniques to use at home during the rest of the week.Rita Lamphear (479) 549-8110Mountaineer’s GroupMeets a couple of times each season in the great outdoorsMembers of this group will enjoy God's creation outdoors in every season by “exploring & experiencing” different mountains in Arkansas and Colorado in many different ways! Beginner, intermediate and adventure hiking and biking, ziplines, rock/mountain climbing, snow skiing/boarding or snowmobiles, etc! There will be 1-2 excursions per season and most will be “family-friendly”! Vernon and Donna Pianalto (479)200-2200Nourishing Our BodiesBe a part of this exciting new 6-8-week class and help your family get healthier in 2013. The class will meet January 21st from 6-7:15 pm in the church foyer. Learn the dietary principles that nourished generation after generation before we had doctors,dentist, and modern medicine and modern processed foods. Traditional societies knew to follow these principles in order to endure their survival. Leader: Cynthia Busse 479-304-6385
Chris oversees all aspects of the Media Ministry at Cross Pointe, including running the sound booth on Sundays, serving as our Webmaster, and running the CCB data base. He is married to Beth Ann and they are both grad students at the University of Arkansas working towards master's degrees in Agriculture Education. Chris is a native of Arkansas and Beth Ann grew up in Iowa.
Rhonda lives in Siloam Springs with her husband and their three children and spends 20 hours each week overseeing the finances at Cross Pointe. She has a degree in Business from John Brown University and is originally from Kansas.
Kathy lives in Siloam Springs, Arkansas with her husband, Larry, and their five children. She is a native of Ohio and attended Oral Roberts University and William Carey International University. She is the friendly voice who answers the phone when people call Cross Pointe as well as overseeing a host of other duties in the church office.
Rosanne grew up in Texas and has a bachelor’s degree from Dallas Baptist University and a master’s degree from Southwestern Seminary in Ft. Worth. She and her husband, Larry, are the parents of two grown children, Katie and Andy.
Dri grew up near Wichita, KS, but relocated to Siloam Springs to get her Bachelors in Youth Ministries at John Brown University. It was there she met and married her husband, Ansen. They both fell in love with Siloam Springs, and decided to stay. Dri and Ansen attended CrossPointe as college students and after several years away, they are excited to return home. They have one daughter, Avelea who was born last January.
Garris grew up in Siloam Springs, Arkansas and earned both bachelors and masters degrees from the University of Arkansas in Agricultural Education. He became the full-time Student Pastor at Cross Pointe in May of 2009. In April of 2011 Garris also became the College Pastor. He and his wife, Serena, have two children, Gabriel and Ellaina, and live in Springdale.
Donna oversees all aspects of Cross Pointe's ministry to1st-5th graders working with children and the volunteers who serve with them. She was raised in Springdale and is a graduate of the University of Arkansas with a degree in Home Economic/Fashion Merchandising and Business. Donna is the wife of Vernon and mother of three grown sons - Jonathon, Anthony, and Jeremy, who have all recently married so now she has 3 new 'daughters-in-love' named Sara, Elizabeth and Tera! She brings years of experience in Children's Ministry to this position.
Larry grew up in Dallas and has pastored churches in Texas and Arkansas for over 30 years. He has a bachelor’s degree from Dallas Baptist University, a master’s degree from Southwestern Seminary and a doctorate from Luther Rice Seminary. In addition to pastoring Cross Pointe he is the headquarters chaplain at Tyson Foods in Springdale. He has been married to his wife Rosanne for 36 years.Due to excessive number of emails I receive daily, I ask that you facebook message me instead. Click here to view my page!
OUR PURPOSE:The Cross Pointe College Ministry exists to build relationships with students by loving, mentoring, and equipping them to become a part of the body of Christ. As such, we are really interested in getting you involved, not just with the college group, but with the whole church. There are many opportunities for you to fellowship with other students, volunteer within the church, hang out with the youth group, and grow as an adult in Christ.SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP:Come join us throughout the summer for our Sunday Morning Worship at 10:00 a.m. As always there is begals, muffins, and coffee in the foyer. Then move into the worship center to enjoy great worship and a challenging lesson from Pastor Larry Petton.College Bible StudiesConnect with other Cross Pointe college students each week at one of our weekly college Bible studies. This is a great way to build relationships and to have challenging discussions about our faith. This semester we are going through the "Elephant Room" video series. This series puts seven prominent pastors (Mark Driscoll, David Platt, Steven Furtick, and others) together to have blunt conversations about their different approaches to ministry and the Gospel. There will be great follow up discussions in these groups.*Tontitown area – the Pack’s home, Thursdays (7:00-9:00 pm) Click HERE
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EABOUT CPSM:CPSM is a student driven ministry. 1 Timothy 4:12 says, “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in life, in love, in faith, and in purity.” We have called 1 Timothy 4:12 the “Great Commission” for teenagers.At CPSM we believe students can make a huge difference in the lives of others. CPSM is a ministry focused on building relationships, growing spiritually, developing the HABITS of a growing Christian, having fun in a way that honors Christ, and most of all leading others to Christ. Because CPSM is a student ministry, students help lead the direction this ministry goes.We believe that the Bible is 100% truth. We believe that Jesus Christ was the son of God, died for our sins, and three days later rose from the dead. We believe that the only way to heaven is by excepting Jesus as your Lord and Savior (Romans 10:9).WEEKLY EVENTS:The HypeWhen: Wednesday's - 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.Where: The WarehouseDescription: This is an exciting worship service. There is food, fellowship, games, great worship, and powerful messages.Sunday Morning WorshipWhen: Sunday's (1st Service) - 9:00 a.m.Where: The WarehouseDescription: Join us on Sunday mornings for our brand new Cross Pointe University (CPU)! There are three different “classes” being taught: A Romans Bible study, a series titled What They Believe and another series over Issues. The best part? YOU get to pick what you want to be involved in! That’s right; you choose what class YOU want to take by registering for the class you want to take! Simply show up on Sunday morning to register and start whichever class you want! Sunday Nite LifeDescription: "Small groups, with big purposes". If you want to grow spiritually, connect with other students, and just have fun, Sunday Nite Life is what you have been waiting for. Sunday Nite Life is the perfect way to connect with studetns your own age and dig deep into the Word. They meet at various host homes around the Springdale area every Sunday nite. Below is a list of groups and times they meet: MIDDLE SCHOOL GROUPMeets from 5:00-7:00 p.m.Schnippel's Home3151 Woodbridge RoadSpringdale, AR 72762JR. HIGH GROUPMeets from 5:30-7:30 p.m.Martin's Home2704 Hyatt AvenueSpringdale, AR 72762HIGH SCHOOL GROUPMeets from 5:30-7:30 p.m.Luster's Home974 Harmon RoadSpringdale, AR 72762CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE CPSM WEBSITE
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WE BELIEVE....This months theme is “We Believe…in the Power of Prayer." Please take a couple of minutes to fill out this Prayer Survey by clicking HERE
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Sunday MorningTwo services at 9:00 & 10:45am
Cross Pointe Community Church1174 Highway 412
West Tontitown, AR
Building relationships with God, Family, Friends, and our World.