Cross Point's Newest Addition!
I’m really excited to announce the newest member of the Cross Point team!
Stephen Brewster officially begins today as our Creative Arts Pastor serving all four of our campuses. Stephen (aka Brewster), his wife Jackie and their four fabulous kids – Isaiah, Ashlyn, Grace & Hope – have relocated to Nashville from Mobile, AL where Stephen was Sr. Director of Marketing at Integrity Music.
Stephen has a massive heart to help creatives reach their God-given potential and is equally passionate about seeing “the church embrace culture and began to take the lead in creating”.
He’ll be directly leading our central creative arts staff: Matt Singleton, Jarrod Morris, Miranda Telford and Matt Warren and he’ll be providing creative vision and direction to our creative staff and volunteers at all campuses.
Join me in giving the Brewsters a great big welcome!!
Awesome news Jenni! Congrats
Congrats to both the church and to Steve. Pray blessings on both!
How exciting! Welcome!
Excited for you guys at CrossPoint!
This is very cool Jenni! Your staff keeps getting more exciting.
Awesome news :). As a artist director is Nashville I can tell you one big mission field in nashville is the art community. ( not just music either). Almost every single day the topic of faith comes up with one or more of my co workers. Most of them say they believe in a God but won't step foot into a church because the church has been shown to them as a anti creative enviroment over the years. The art community be it theatre,art or music is a group of people that live to think and push there selves outside a box but when they step into the church they have been put into a box. When the bible tell us to use our gifts for Gods glory is not just a out ward thing but it deals with the heart of people and how they connect to the body also.
Okay I stop rambling now this is awesome news 🙂
Peace,Love & Jellybeans
AWESOME, Jenni!!! Can't wait to see the results of what he can add to the team.
Wow! Nice to read about Cross Point’s Newest Addition. I’m really excited. I hope most of them say they believe in a God but won’t step foot into a church
because the church has been shown to them as a anti creative enviroment
over the years. Thanks mate.