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Cross Point Community Church Service

My service over the semester at Crosspoint Community Church

Kezra Cornell

on 6 May 2010

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Service at Crosspoint Community Church the Church Served as an aid in graphic design, stage set up, and simple production/office work Experience and Observations Mission "We strive to restore, develop and release people to fulfill their Christ-centered mission."
www.crosspointwi.com "We believe that the church does not exist for itself, but exists as a community of Christ followers who are here to serve others."
www.crosspointwi.com Sometimes art is more about the process and purpose than how beautiful it is or how popular it becomes. I think of MLK, and how he would talk in a church with no air-conditioning to hundreds of people
I guess I’m also feeling like I don’t really have that much interaction with the people, but I am learning about myself while I’m helping them out. Today, watching the video about Mark Johnson’s music project made me think of how music in the church has a great spiritual and emotional effect on people. Looking at the You Tube viral video phenomena, I wonder how a church could use exposure like that to promote itself or it’s ideas to others. Connections "I too am compelled to carry
the gospel of freedom behond my particular hometown."
-MLK, pg. 290 "Letter from Birmingham City Jail "Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people,
can transform the world."
-Howard Zinn, pg. 71, "The Optimism of Uncertainty"
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