Our church, Cross of Christ Fellowship, is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt in downtown Naperville on Easter Sunday, April 9 at 9:30. It is free and all are welcome. All are also welcome to join us for our worship service after, which starts at 10. To learn more, go to our website: https://www.crossofchristfellowship.org/easter-egg-hunt-2023
Our church will be hosting a 9 A.M.(instead of our usual 10 A.M.) worship service on Sunday, Christmas Day, 25th in downtown Naperville (14 S Washington St). Details here.
If you are a student at North Central College (or a college student in the Naperville area), our church Cross of Christ Fellowship is hosting two events to welcome and meet you! ICE CREAM AT JENI’S on Thursday August 25th at 7 PM (Jeni’s Ice Cream in downtown Naperville). STUDENT LUNCH AT MOD PIZZA on […]
Our church, Cross of Christ Fellowship, is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt this Easter on Sunday April 17 at 9:30. Join us and stick around for our worship service at 10.
Here’s the notes from my sermon on Romans 5:12-14, that I preached at Cross of Christ Fellowship, our church in Naperville, on 9/19/21. You can hear the sermon here. A Better Adam (Part 1): The 1st Adam and the Hope of Another (5:12-14) Intro: This week I saw something that my wife and my children […]
This Saturday, from 6-8, Cross of Christ Fellowship, our church in Naperville, is hosting Cookies & Carols. We’ll be meeting at the Old Stone Church (14 S Washington St.), which is where we host Sunday morning worship services. It will be an evening of singing carols, considering the meaning of Christmas, and eating cookies. We’ll […]
(I write this reflection mostly for my own heart, but hope others can be encouraged by it too. I think it’s something we who are Christians need to remind ourselves often as we live out our faith in Christ while living in suburbia. Especially the nice suburbs [like Naperville, where I live!]). We all Live […]
The Bible teaches us who God is and what He is like. To do this, it employs different images and metaphors to help us see more clearly the nature, character, and works of God. Some of these are easier for us to understand and relate to, but others are more difficult. Yet as Christians, we […]
On August 5, 2019 I preached an open-air sermon at our hymn sing in downtown Naperville. Here’s the text from it: Thank you for coming out tonight to our hymn sing. We call this a hymn sing, because it is not a concert, but an invitation for you to SING hymns with us in worship […]