Community

Sunday morning is our primary time of Church Fellowship but connecting with us online is the next best thing. As you scroll down you will see ways in which we use the internet, social media, and various online tools to remain connected.

We can’t do a weekly Sunday morning live stream because our fellowship is interactive, but instead we keep these avenues of communications open between us.

 

  Daily Devotionals

Subscribe to our free email daily devotional Today’s Daily Promise, which will take you through 365 selected Bible promises, one verse per day, along with his pastoral insights, shared in chronological order from  starting on January 1 and ending with in December 31.

 

  Email Updates

Join our free subscription Email Updates list of church news and pastoral notes that encourage biblical perspective as related to our Sunday Bible teaching series, topic of current discussion, or events within our church fellowship.

 

  Social Media

Follow our church Facebook page at www.facebook.com/crosshopechapel and friend our pastor at www.facebook.com/stevedurkac.

Follow our church Twitter account at www.twitter.com/crosshopechapel and our pastor’s account at www.twitter.com/stevedurkac.

 

  Prayer Requests

Our regular members use a text alert prayer request system throughout the week, but are also are passionate about praying for you and yours during the week or even in our Sunday fellowship by sharing your Prayer Requests.

 

  Update Videos 

Visit Pastor Steve’s YouTube channel for his periodical 5-10 minute video clips recapping the previous Sunday’s teaching series and other Bible teaching helps.

 

  Bible Study Course 

Visit our Pastor Steve Durkac’s online Bible Study Course page to learn more about what God’s Word says on the topic of the BibleEternal LifeSigns of the EndReturn of Jesus, Origin of Evil, Judgement, and Heaven.

 

  School of Prayer

Visit Pastor Steve Durkac’s School of Biblical Prayer you’ll find the four chapters of our pastor’s book Prayer is the Answer and you’ll be introduced to four principles of prayer as taught by our Lord Jesus.

 

  Grow in Faith

At the How to Grow in Faith page you’ll find some help in setting your sails in that direction, by considering an acronym for the word “GROW” as a means for presenting four principles for growing in your faith.

 

  Prayer Ministry Helps

If you are wanting to answer God’s call to pray, you may enjoy some of the free resources at Pastor Steve Durkac’s Prayer Ministry Helps page.

 

  Pastor’s Blog

Pastor’s website is www.durkac.com and it offers all his articles, including a Verse Finder tool of 350+ searchable topics with related Scripture on that subject.