The writings, recordings and general musings of CrossPoint Church Lead Pastor Andy Addis

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An open letter to church planters (and others)

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I write this open letter to church planters because of the importance of the work you do, because I have a heart for pioneers and risk takers, and because  I pastor a church that believes in church planting and lives it. But, the truth is this letter is for pastors, leaders, and believers of all […]


Read the map!

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Several years ago when Kathy and lived in Ft Worth during the seminary years, we had some friends come and visit us from Kansas. It was a pretty easy trip; basically from Kansas go south on I-35 and exit on Seminary Drive… one turn and your at our doorstep. Well, these friends took our simple […]

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Walking In Reality

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  Dear Heavenly Father, Over the years, I have often thanked you for Jesus, and I mean it every time. But, but I must confess that I have not thanked you for the effects of what He has done. When Christ died on the cross, He defeated hell, death, and the grave, but those were […]


Perpetual Motion

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There has been a quest over the centuries by some of the great philosophical and engineering minds to come up with a perpetual motion machine. Something that once started, is powered by the energy it produces itself and would never have to stop because it is completely self sustaining. No degradation of power, a leak […]


Arise and shine

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My wife and I both have college degrees in communication. They usually don’t help. Kathy is emotional and intuitive, feelings-based with high levels of relational energy invested in every conversation. I’m trapped in a perpetual viewing of Dragnet… I just want the facts, ma’am. This has lead to more than one episode of, hmmm, how […]


The Last Supper, The First Day

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The first shall be last, and the last shall be first. Those who want to be great, must become servant of all. In order to save your life, you must lose it. Paradoxical. It’s one way to describe the faith. And today is the day we historically remember that Jesus instituted the “Last Supper”… I […]


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