Since 2015, CrossNet's DC partnership has been based on the Three “P”s of Prayer, People and Provisional support.
CLICK HERE to get the latest information about the DC Mission trips!
View the video clips below for an update on our DC Partnership.
Our Vision is to encourage, equip and empower the cooperating churches in our area to fulfill their
Great Commission vision locally and globally by providing resources and opportunities to be "on-mission" with God.
Our mission is to Exalt the Savior, Encourage the Shepherds, Equip the Saints and
Empower through Prayer.
God Hasn’t Finished, Have You?
Many of us use the phrase, “God is at work.” Is he? In John 5:17, Jesus says, “My Father is working until now, and I am working.”
In the context of that passage, God was at work, first, in healing an invalid. John 5 begins with Jesus at the Sheep Gate Pool commanding an invalid who can’t make it down to the healing waters, “Get up, take your mat, and walk.”
God was also at work warning a sinner. Jesus tells the invalid who has been healed, “You are well, sin no more” (v. 14).
Moreover, God was at work confronting self-righteous, hardhearted, religious legalism. Much to the disappointment of the Jews, Jesus was working, granting healing and life, on the Sabbath.
Then, we see that God was at work exposing the authority and identity of Jesus. Jesus says in v. 21, “The Son gives life to whom he will.”
Finally, God was at work revealing the gospel and, thus, raising those who are spiritually dead that they might enjoy the physical resurrection. Jesus says in v. 25, “…an hour is coming, and is now here, when the dead will hear the voice of the Son of God, and those who hear will live.”
God was at work through Jesus and God is still at work. He is still healing those stricken physically, warning sinners, confronting self-righteous, hardhearted, religious legalism and exposing the authority and identity of Jesus. And, praise be to God, God is still at work revealing the gospel and, thus, raising the dead. By the power of His Spirit, God is still doing all of these things through CrossNet Baptists from here in Southeast Tennessee. (more...)Please read more in my blog by clicking below...
-VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) Open at the CrossNet Office through April 17, 2017. Normal hours are Tuesday and Friday 4:30pm-8:30pm, and on Saturdays 9am-1pm. VITA will prepare Spanish and English returns on Saturdays. The site is BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Call the CrossNet Office at (423) 476-5493 to make an appointment.
-Disaster Relief Training - Brainerd Hills Baptist Church on April 7th and 8th. Training sessions include:
• Introduction to Disaster Relief (Friday night or Saturday morning)
• Chainsaw Operation & Safety classroom (Saturday morning or afternoon)
• Flood Recovery (Saturday morning or afternoon)
• Rebuild (Saturday morning)
• Shower/Laundry (Saturday afternoon)
Click HERE for registration details and the schedule.
-Church Benevolence & the Community will be presented at the CrossNet Office on Thursday, April 20, 2017. The first time will be at Noon as part of a Pastors Luncheon. RSVP date for the Pastor's Luncheon is April 19. The second opportunity will be at 7pm the same day (no meal). Resources, tools, and ideas will be presented that will help your church create, enhance or press the reset button on how you help those living in need in our neighborhoods and community.
-Reverend Franklin Graham will be in Chattanooga May 15, 2017, at 7:30pm at Coolidge Park. Click HERE to view a video about Decision America and the Tennessee Tour.
-A General Conference with Guidestone will provide an opportunity for pastors, retired pastors and church staff to speak with a representative directly our retirement needs and planning. The Guidestone Conference will be at Cleveland First Baptist Church on May 16th, 9am until 5pm. A group meeting will be held at 10:30am, with individual appointments available all day. To make an appointment, click HERE.
-Dear To Us Summer Conference - "Sharing Our Lives and Gospel Where We Live" presented by CrossNet Baptist Network will be at Clingan Ridge Baptist Church, Sunday, June 4 at 6pm (main sanctuary) and Monday-Wednesday, June 5-7 at 6:30pm in the Youth Building. Special guest speaker will be Zack Randles, Pastor of Waterfront Church in Washington, DC. Special worship guests will be "Public Worship" from Public Church (formerly City Church).Click HERE for More on the "3E" Page