Author: Ryan Heard

This year, Crosspoint Church staff went to Hilton Head for our annual staff retreat. Once a year, the church staff spends many days together fellowshipping with one another and celebrating, evaluating, and...

The gap year. A concept we're all familiar with as it's grown more popular over the last few years with students taking a year off after high school to go volunteer abroad or a month after college graduation hopping on a plane to start the...

I can remember when I was a senior at Clemson University, looking toward graduation, and trying to figure out what to do next.  I was set to earn an engineering degree but...

Community and how to define community has been an interesting subject among the GLINK girls this year. Having two houses, Marie in Charleston and two married GLINK girls makes sharing daily life together very...

Working in student ministry often means putting together ridiculous games at the last minute that may involve toilet paper, frozen mayonnaise or flippers!  It also means taking phone calls on Valentine’s Day to...

Seminary is tough. Ministry in the local church is non-stop. Discipleship is exhausting. Evangelism is scary. Leadership puts a burden on the leader. Real responsibility carries real-life consequences.It's too bad more folks don't experience all these factors at the same time. Yep, you may think...

I had the great privilege of spending this past summer in India.  While there, I often complained about the lack of things to do.  We often filled our time  reading, spending time with each other, or trying to strike up conversations with Indians. I...

There is a particular area of my life the Lord has brought to light that needs some attention. That would be influence with outsiders and relationships with unbelievers. More than ever I realize...

One of the biggest ways Crosspoint Church does discipleship is through Connecting Point (CP) Groups.  As Crosspoint Church continues to grow, there is a great need for more CP groups.  These groups range from the youngers all the way to the not-so-youngers.  These aren't mutually...