Sermons Current Series Seeds are most often very small and they seem so insignificant, that is until you put them in the ground. Once they begin to grow they become much larger than their original form and they even multiply themselves hundreds of times over. It is no wonder that God uses this seed analogy to describe the influence that His church should have on our society and culture. Knowing how the seed multiplies is the key to maximizing our influence as God’s church.
Best Christmas Ever Unleash The Waiting Room Seeds Stand Alone Flip The Script At The Movies Fighting The Battle [Memorial Day 2017] Seize Your Future! [Graduation Sunday 2017] Mother's Day at Crossroads 2017 Jesus Is _____ Easter At Crossroads 2017 Palm Sunday 2017 In The Zone Encouraging Others The Heart Of Worship Sticks & Stones Reset Prayer & Fasting 2017 Christmas At Crossroads 2016 Gift Of Grace This Or That Supernatural 15th Anniversary Celebration Service ONE #Untouchables Mosaic Never Forget Breaking Strongholds Seize The Moment: "I Have A Vision" Mother's Day At Crossroads 2016 I Am Mysteries The Key To Great Relationships Breaking Free Vision 2016 Finish Strong Christmas At Crossroads 2015 Come Home For Christmas Dealing With Doubt Walk This Way Weird Speak Life Mind Games Involved: Masterpiece  Peeled Best Vacation Ever Freedom Stepping Into Uncertainty Mother's Day 2015
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