Standalone Sermons

The Person and Power of God

Pastor Blake Wilson • Mark 6:1–6, Mark 11:22

A Church Impacting History & Eternity

June 27, 2021 • Pastor Blake Wilson

On this Vision Sunday we look at the book of Hebrews and focus on how God has called us to encourage and stimulate others into good deeds. The next phase of the vision of Crossover focuses on moving toward serving in our specific gifts that work out the good deeds God has called them to.

Crossover's 15 Year Impact

March 7, 2021

The Authority to Serve

March 7, 2021 • Lawrence Scott

Celebrating 15 years of serving!

Death Couldn't Hold Him

April 12, 2020 • Pastor Blake Wilson

This Resurrection Sunday we focus on a message about what the resurrection of Christ means. Christ not only died for salvation but also because He was able to defeat Death. The resurrection of JESUS & His defeat of death, makes us reflect on the works of CHRIST biblically, historically, & presently and makes us recognize the will of God.

A Church That's Lit

March 1, 2020 • Pastor Lawrence Scott

As we celebrate 14 years of ministry for Crossover Pastor Lawrence Scott (Harvest Point Church) teaches on Matthew 5 about how we as believes should be like a city on a hill, salt of the Earth and a lighthouse for our communities.

The Strength of Prayer

February 1, 2020 • Edith Washington

For the 2020 Women's ministry kickoff we Edith Washington teaches on prayer and shares experiences from her own life as well as biblical references to show the power of prayer.

Doing A Lot with a Little

March 3, 2019 • Pastor Lawrence Scott

This Sunday Crossover celebrates their 13 year anniversary. Pastor Lawrence Scott of Harvest Point Fellowship (Pearland, TX) delivers a message from Mark 6 about the feeding of the 5,000. God can do a lot with a little. This message serves as a reminder that God has done a lot with Crossover since our time we started as a living room bible study.

Let's Resolve to Be a Better Church

January 6, 2019 • Royce Robinson

With the first message of the new year Pastor Royce Robinson teaches from Hebrews 10 about why we gather as believers and come to church. It's a new year where many people are making resolutions, let's make a joint resolution that we will be a better church together than we have been in the past. Let's remain faithful, choose best over better and be involved in one another's lives in community.

Mary, Joseph, & the New Born King

December 23, 2018

Crossover Bible Fellowship production Mary, Joseph, & the New Born King.

Being the Product of a Shaky Past

March 7, 2010 • Mark Haywood

Pastor Mark Haywood of God's Household of Faith teaches from Matthew 1 about the genealogy of Christ. Jesus is the Savior, the Messiah but if you look back at who is Jesus' family lineage you'll see people who were flawed but they are part of a perfect Savior.

The Resurrection is For One of You

April 1, 2018 • Pastor Blake Wilson

This Easter Sunday we take the time to focus on the most important event in Human History, the resurrection of Jesus. Pastor Blake teaches from 1 Corinthians 15 about how the resurrection lets us know that our story is not over. Whether you have denied, doubted, deserted, disbelieved or discounted the resurrection is for YOU.

What Transformation Looks Like

March 4, 2018 • Pastor Lawrence Scott

This Sunday is the 12 year anniversary for Crossover Bible Fellowship and year 12 is the year of the transformed disciple. As we look back and reflect on what God has done in our ministry Pastor Lawrence Scott from Harvest Point Fellowship teaches from Matthew 4 about what transformation looks like.

My Brother’s Keeper

February 18, 2018 • Pastor Blake Wilson

This Sunday is the final Sunday before the 2018 Mannafest Men’s conference. We put a pause on our normal series to focus on a timely message from Genesis 14:12-16 about the need for men to rise up and save other men and their families from captivity. Yes we are our brother’s keeper.

Pressing Needs

August 9, 2017 • Pastor Blake Wilson

We take a break from our normal bible study activities in order to focus on our ministry development planning for the 2018. As we plan for the next year ministry leaders are challenged to do something they have never done before and think about whether or not they are meeting the pressing needs of the body of Christ with their spiritual gifts.