Wednesday Nights @ The Bridge



Crossroads College Ministry's Wednesday night message give by Pastor Jim Hollendoner.


  • My Yoke is Easy, My Burden is Light PT. 1


    Part one of our winter message series!

  • It's All About Jesus - Week 1


    Welcome to our fall message series on Colossians called "It's all about Jesus." Week one, Chapter one.

  • Week 8: Rigid or Flexible


    As we begin to finish up our study we discuss the differences between rigidity and flexibility of God in The Old Testament.

  • Week 7: Legalistic or Gracious


    Week 7 of our study of the book God behaving Badly.

  • Week 6: Violent or Peaceful


    This week we discuss the how violence affects us in our 2012 world and how we can relate to how it affected those in The Old Testament.

  • Week 5: Racist or Hospitable


    Back from our "I <3 America" break, Pastor Jim covers the rarely discussed issue of racism in The Old Testament and encourages us to get a little bit introspective.

  • Week 4: Sexist or Affirming


    We're so fortunate to have Pastor Daren Snow join us this week to talk about God's love of men and women, and to ask questions about where we are finding our identity as Christians.

  • Week 3: Angry or Loving?


    Week 3 of our book study really starts to hit home as we look at the "Angry God of the Old Testament" and understand why it is our own filter that keeps us from fully understanding that God is always and forever "The compassionate and gracious God, slow to anger, abounding in love and faithfulness."

  • Week 2: A Bad Reputation


    Pastor Jim dives in to the first chapter of God Behaving Badly: Is the God of the Old Testament Angry, Sexist and Racist? and gives us great insight on what to expect in the weeks to come.

  • God Behaving Badly: Intro


    We're so excited to start our Summer book study of God Behaving Badly : Is the God of the Old Testament Angry, Sexist and Racist?Check out what Pastor Jim has to say about the book, The Old Testament, and what we have to look forward to in the weeks to come.

  • I am...


    The conclusion of our long long journey through the book of Mark.



    Mark 8:14-21As we approach Easter weekend and begin to reflect upon all that Christ did during this Holy week,we see Jesus begin to take a turn in the way that he addresses the disciples.