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As a community, we exist to help people find their way back to God and pursue Shalom in our neighborhoods. Because we value story, wholeness, restoration, creativity, and authenticity, we believe that staying true to our purpose and values means that we’re always willing to rethink, unlearn, and humbly admit that what we know is not all there is to know. As we transition from reading the Gospel of John, we invite you to “Think Again” about what it means to live in the new reality that Jesus began. Each week we’ll ask: “If the Resurrection of Jesus is about something completely new, there’s a good chance many of our normal behaviors and ways of thinking stand in the way of embodying it.” Join us as we challenge assumptions, resist initial judgments, and glance at our world and our faith with a new perspective.

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One of the ways our community attempts to engage in what the idea of finding our way back to God might look like is by trying to be honest and real about the story of God (the Bible) and how it intersects with our own stories. There is something powerful about a group of people (both in large and small groups) who are willing to wrestle with the hard questions of both.

These conversations and teachings are important to understanding who we are as Crossings and what questions we are continually asking.

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