We want God’s vision for Cross Point to be our vision. And we know that God is For the One.
The one who is lost. The one who is vulnerable. But it can be difficult to feel like the small contribution
we can make will even matter. The truth is: when each of us offers a little, it makes a big difference.

We can show that we’re For the One by giving 1% more.

By increasing what you usually give by 1% of your income…1% more of what God’s blessed you with…
your generosity can join that of others to make a huge impact.

When you give, you’re helping fund the incredible plans God’s placed on our heart
as a church for the next 2 years. Things like caring…

      • FOR the lost by launching additional campuses, enhancing current campuses and supporting other church plants
      • FOR the next generation by creating larger spaces at Franklin and Mt. Juliet to relieve the maxed-out kids and student spaces and serve families better
      • FOR the nations by creating a ministry residency program that will train pastors and leaders with practical, hands-on ministry experience to prepare them to serve populations all over the world
      • FOR the vulnerable by starting an additional God Behind Bars service for the ladies at the TN Prison for Women

We want to join Him in being For The One because we’ve seen that living with others in mind
often leads to so much of the purpose, joy, and contentment we’re all seeking. And we want to invite you to join in too!

 

 

You’re invited to pray and give toward the incredible plans God’s placed on our heart for the next two years, and we’re praying as a church to have raised $1.5 million, of our two-year $6 million goal, by the end of 2019.

The possibility of long-lasting impact comes down to this: Give because you know that when each of us offers a little, it makes a big difference. Give because you are For The One.

Your generosity will combine with that of many others to accomplish:

      • Caring for the lost by launching Cross Point Hendersonville, supporting other church plants and building out Cross Point Franklin to enable it to accommodate more people
      • Caring for the next generation by creating larger spaces at Franklin and Mt. Juliet to relieve the maxed-out kids and student spaces and serve families in our communities better
      • Caring for the nations by creating a ministry residency program that would train pastors and leaders with practical, hands-on ministry experience that will prepare them to serve populations all over the world
      • Caring for the vulnerable by starting another God Behind Bars service in an additional area of the TN Prison for Women from the one we already serve

     

    While it’s simple, it’s not necessarily easy. Trusting God with our resources takes sacrifice and faith. However, we believe He’ll meet us as we surrender, and we’ll get to look back together at all the lives God’s changed because we joined Him in being For The One.

     

     


My friend Tiffany lost her father about a month ago. She has really struggled with the loss. I was sitting in Mount Juliet and had a gut feeling and thought about her. In the message, Kevin said “left foot, right foot, breathe.” That night, she had posted about the message and I told her that she came to my heart during the message. She messaged back saying “I felt like Kevin was talking right to me. I cried my eyes out when they sang at the end. My boyfriend and I got in the car and he said ‘Tiff, do you remember saying to me this week that you were over it (the grief process and being sad)?’ It was wild.”
In 2015, I found myself divorced after 20 years of marriage. I had to leave the small church that we attended together for 9 years because I felt that it was not the same and I was not treated the same after the status change. I started attending Crosspoint church in 2014 because my kids felt the same way that I felt and decided to do something about it. They wanted to try a different church so, they asked if we can visit Crosspoint church in Bellevue. We started going there and then in 2016, I moved after my divorce. Nashville location became the closest Crosspoint church to me. It is a big church! But, I know that I have the responsibility to make it small for me so, I prayerfully decided to join Guest Experience in November of 2017. Thursday, March 1st 2018, my mom passed away! I was completely lost, alone, and devastated! Tuesday was prayer day at Crosspoint and I remember seeing a post or email that says, “how can we pray for you today?” I simply replied, “I lost my mom 5 days ago, please pray for me.” Someone from GE replied. Fast forward to Friday, I came home from the gym and there was a FedEx package on my front porch. I did not pick it up because that was the period when packages were blowing up in Dallas area and since I wasn’t expecting any package, I was not going to pick it up or open it! When I got in the house, I asked my daughter if she saw who dropped off the package and she said she saw the FedEx truck driver dropped it off. So, I went outside and picked it up and opened it. To my surprise, it was a beautiful flower and note from GE!!! I cried and was overwhelmed. How did this big church took time to notice my request, prayed for me, and sent me this beautiful note and flowers? Yes, it is a big church but make it small for you by joining a group. Now, I can say I have my TRIBE in Crosspoint Church!