Bible Studies

"Don't Give the Enemy a Seat at Your Table"

Hello Crosspoint men, we have two Bibles studies happening this fall and we want you to join us!  During these 6 weeks we will be going through a study by Louie Giglio called, “Don’t Give the Enemy a Seat at Your Table”.  “The Enemy is a liar who will stop at nothing to tempt you into poor decisions and self-defeating mindsets, making you feel afraid, angry, anxious, or defeated. It is all too easy for Satan to weasel his way into a seat at the table intended for only you and your King. But you can fight back.” This series is meant to strengthen and encourage you in your walk with Christ.  There are two time options, however each one will be using the book material.

Option 1: 6:00 am on Tuesdays in the banquet room starting October 4, 2022. Each session will start with a free breakfast served at 5:45am. Use the north entrance when you arrive.  For more info contact Josh Hartman at

Option 2: 6:00 pm on Tuesdays in the family room starting October 4, 2022. Guys are encouraged to grab dinner and bring it with you. Use the north entrance when you arrive. For more information contact Rich Craig at

Desiring Holiness

Desiring Holiness is a 6-week study for men who struggle to control lust in their lives and want to take a step to overcome it. It is designed to educate men on the effects of lust on their minds, bodies, and spirits, to expose the lies of the enemy, and to discuss effective strategies for destroying strongholds of those lies. The study is a safe place for men to openly discuss their struggles and strongly encourages Christian fellowship and accountability as a way of finding freedom.

You can register HERE

Men's Breakfast

Where: South County – 5001 Little Rock Road, St Louis, MO 63128

What: Men’s – join us for breakfast, worship and testimonies. This is a great time to meet other men and share life together.

When: TBD


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