Piles of Bureaucracy

This month’s blog series seeks to address the struggle so many of us feel in connecting our workplace lives to our walk with Christ. Pacific Crossroads Church has partnered with PCC members Steve and Margaret Lindsey to start an exciting new project called the Center for Faith + Work Los Angeles to minister to this… Read More

Get Rich (and/or Die Tryin’)

This month’s blog series seeks to address the struggle so many of us feel in connecting our workplace lives to our walk with Christ. Pacific Crossroads Church has partnered with PCC members Steve and Margaret Lindsey to start an exciting new project called the Center for Faith + Work Los Angeles to minister to this… Read More

The Daily Grind

This month’s blog series seeks to address the struggle so many of us feel in connecting our workplace lives to our walk with Christ. Pacific Crossroads Church has partnered with PCC members Steve and Margaret Lindsey to start an exciting new project called the Center for Faith + Work Los Angeles to minister to this… Read More

No Kids Table

In God’s house, there’s not a separate children’s table off to the side. Read More

Four Words for 2017

Every January we have a Mission and Vision Sunday where I lay out my dreams for what I hope and pray God will do among us in the coming year. This past Sunday, I used four words to frame my hopes for our community in 2017. Read More

State of the Church

In a transient city like Los Angeles, history is rare. A new billboard goes up over an old billboard. A neighbor moves away. Your favorite restaurant is torn down for a new one. But churches are meant to serve as constants, and the body of Christ is meant to endure. Read More

A Letter to the Pacific Crossroads Congregation

Members of Pacific Crossroads Church, This past Sunday, you heard David Cobia’s sermon entitled “New Rhythms for a New Year.” In the spirit of that message, we are excited to share with you all some important new rhythms and organizational structures we are implementing to better serve our community and city. Read More