Leo Gibson. As a young boy, Leo Gibson dreamt and prayed about becoming a professional soccer player. He played professional soccer in his home county, Liberia/West Africa. A rare talent, Leo was drafted at the early age of seventeen. Leo showed incredible talent and discipline. When civil war destroyed his country and ultimately his dream, Leo was not deterred. He instead drew inspiration from his faith and belief that Jesus would grant him his heart’s desire. Leo found refuge in the United States in 2002. It was at this time he became dedicated to his craft, developing a strict training schedule and focusing on his studies. During this time he began his rewarding career as a professional soccer player in the United States. Leo’s passion is mentoring young athletes so that they are not only equipped with skills for the soccer field, but also for life. Leo now plays for the Missouri Comets and helped lead them to their first ever MISL Championship in 2014, and finishing the regular season (2014) as team and league leader with 76 points with 24 goals and 25 assists.
Nick Adams. Nick Adams grew up playing competitive baseball throughout his youth and found himself playing Division I baseball at Wichita State University and later South Dakota State University. Baseball has always been a big part of his ministry life. Upon the completion of his baseball career he became a youth pastor and works with teenagers. He is currently the Varsity baseball coach at Maranatha Christian Academy.
Larry Benson. bio coming soon.
Nallia’s Dance Studio. Kathi Nallia, owner/instructor of Nallia’s dance studios, is certified by Dance Masters of America, Dance Educators of America, and National Examiner for Dance Masters of America, Heart of America Chapter #28. They are well known and recommended studio for dancers (of all skills and all ages) in the Shawnee area. Nallia’s is providing us with a few of their instructors for the 413 camp.
Mindy Mortiz. Mindy is no stranger to the stage. She started performing when she was six years old! She auditioned for every musical that could fit in her schedule as well as tap, jazz and ballet lessons every week. She took dance for 12 years at Miller Marley School of Dance and Voice, as well as voice lessons for 10 years. In high school, Mindy was an officer of her Thespian troupe for three years, and participated in every production from chorus to leading lady. Overall, Mindy has been in over 80 musicals! For the past 10+ years Mindy has worked as a director and choreographer for many schools and children’s theaters in the Kansas City area. She choreographs about 10-12 musicals a year as well as teaches private lessons. She still loves performing and does professional theatre such as New Theatre, Chestnut Fine Arts, and Musical Theater Heritage whenever she gets the chance! Mindy is the current president of “Immeasurable Productions” – a company near and dear to her heart.
FRIDAY | SEPTEMBER 15 | 6:30-8:30 PM | BLACK HOOF PARK – OAK SHELTER
9053 Monticello Rd. Lenexa, KS 66227
The Oak Shelter
Bring a dish to share and enjoy the time to hang out. Fun games will be happening for kids. CPC will provide hamburgers, hot dogs, the serving ware, and drinks.
What to bring according to the first letter of your last name:
• A-I Two dozen cookies or one pan of brownies
• J-R One tossed salad & small bottle dressing or veggie tray
• S-Z Two bags of plain potato chips
We want to be a part in bringing some relief to all the devastation Hurricane Harvey has caused. We will be partnering with Crossover Community Church in Freeport, Texas, and they are asking for some items for their community.
So we need you! Bring your donations to Cross Points Church until September 17 and we will get them to Crossover to distribute!
Why on Earth is an expression that is used when one is extremely surprised or confused about something. There are certain spiritual principles that govern our earthly lives that simply make no sense.
Why on Earth would you take the lowly place when you could sit at the head of the table? Why on Earth would you give something away when it cost you dearly?
Why on Earth would you break something in half when you can have the whole?
Join us this month as we learn to apply Spiritual principles that answer our
At Cross Points Church, we want you to have a powerful Easter experience. When you arrive, you can expect to be greeted with a warm welcome, complimentary donuts, and help from our team to find a seat and enjoy the service. You will experience dynamic worship and receive an uplifting message of hope. Everyone is welcome at our church, and we invite you to experience God in a fresh and exciting way with us this Easter!
Easter Services: 9 AM & 11AM
Kids Egg Hunt: 10 AM
First Time Guests
If this is your first time at Cross Points Church, we are so glad to have you. We hope you will feel welcome and comfortable here. You can expect a friendly environment where our team is there to help you with anything you might need. Whether it’s a parking spot, a cup of coffee, or a seat for the service, our team is here to welcome and assist you.
We invite you to make Easter a family event. We want your children to experience the power of Easter too, which is why we have created a high-energy Cross Points Kids service (for babies through six graders) where they will receive the Easter story through an interactive message that is specifically tailored to them.
Plan to attend Cross Points Kids’ School’s Out Blowout & Kickball Tournament on Friday, May 26 from 6-8PM. In addition to the kickball tournament, we will have inflatable games, music, a hotdog dinner and more!
There is no cost, and it is for your entire family. Grab some friends, create a kickball team and register for this fun and low-key event. Register your family below.
Camp 413 is a Christ-centered sports and arts day camp for beginner to intermediate athletes, artists or any child (age 4 – 5th grade) interested in soccer, basketball, drama, dance baseball or art.
Tuesday, June 27th Wednesday, June 28th
Thursday, June 29th
Times: PreK 9am-12:15pm 1st-5th grades 9am-3pm
We feature professional and/or trained coaches and teachers in every area of the camp. The $20/child ($50/family) camp fee covers the cost of the entire week. It includes lunch each day, materials and equipment, snacks and a camp t-shirt.
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. -Philippians 4:13
God loves you. He showers you with grace, promises, and blessings.
You give as an expression of your love for Him and your gift opens the way to feed the hungry, heal the hurt, find the lost, and leave a legacy.
Freely have you have received, freely you give, not reluctantly, or under pressure for God loves a cheerful giver.
Join us this month as we explore the real meaning of generosity!