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Students & parents meet the OKC Crossings Students 78 staff, eat donuts, and earn swag!
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Be part of Hope is Alive’s annual, family-friendly walk/run at Stars and Stripes Park!
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Senior Pastor Marty Grubbs will lead us through Fearless, a series exploring what it looks like to find our confidence...
Due to potential inclement weather, CareSeries will not meet tonight at Crossings OKC campus. Please stay home and be safe!
Why does Marty refer to our church as Wesleyan? What does that mean and how does it affect our understanding of following Jesus? Learn how John Wesley’s understanding of following Jesus had and continues to have a lasting impact. Class topics include:
Week 1—Context & Background: 18th Century England, Family, and Education; Week 2—Sources of Authority and the features of Holy Love; Week 3—Holy Love as The Thread in all of Wesley’s teaching; Week 4—Grace and Salvation; Week 5—Grace that is both Pardon and Power; Week 6—Perfecting Love
Chick-fil-a box dinners are available for $6 per person. Dinner begins at 5:30 p.m. in the Crossings OKC Atrium; debit/credit cards accepted.
LEADER BIO: Dr. Cliff Sanders is the Director for The School of Wesleyan Studies at Crossings Community Church which is an initiative dedicated to creating materials for learning the distinctives of Wesleyan Theology. Dr. Sanders is a graduate (Masters and Doctorate) of Asbury Theological Seminary and served for 30 years on the faculty at Mid-America Christian University as professor and Chair of The School of Ministry. His most recent book, The Optimism of Grace, is an introduction to the basics of Wesleyan Theology.