We, at Crosspointe, believe that our daily walk with Christ should be: Theological, Missional, and Functional. Theologically, we believe that our walk should be gospel-centric, God-exalting, family driven, and taught through expository preaching. We believe that our focus on sharing the Gospel should include equipping disciples of Jesus and then releasing them into the world and be focused on multiplying the Kingdom. Functionally we believe that the church should be elder-led, allow for the flexible schedules of members and spend reasonably.
In May 2013 our planting pastor, Ryan Ingold, was previewing a study to lead several of his neighbors through in July of that same year. During the course of this study, he felt prompted by the Holy Spirit to engage in a six-month prayer commitment concerning whether or not God was setting him apart to plant a church.
The answer was yes, and in 2014 a group of gospel-centered, missionally minded disciples came together to plant Crosspointe Saline. Our desire is to be an incarnational, gospel-centric church that employs expository teaching from the pulpit, arranges ministries for the purpose of equipping disciples, and releasing them to live on mission at home, work, and wherever else they are.