"The Baptism and Temptations of Jesus" - Episode 4
 

Cross Connection / January 31, 2012

We find Jesus on the banks of a river, asking to be baptized. Yet the question must be asked, why would a sinless man need to be baptized? In Cross Connections we explore the meaning and the importance of Jesus' baptism.

 
Three Miracles of Healing and Restoration - Episode 11
 

Cross Connection / January 01, 2011

It's not that Jesus isn't performing miracles today. He is doing the same work that He did with us. It's that we are looking for the wrong thing.

 
CC: Season's Greetings - God With Us
 

Cross Connection / December 20, 2012

To close out "Season's Greetings," the group examine the incredible concept of God revealing His love by actually becoming one of us. How does God lowering Himself to our level change our view of the season?

 
CC: Season's Greetings - The Genealogy of the King
 

Cross Connection / December 17, 2012

CC begins its first Christmas special with an out-of-the-box topic: Matthew's genealogy of Jesus. What does a dry list of names reveal about the coming King? As it turns out, much more than you think.

 
"The Genealogy of the King" - Episode 1
 

Cross Connection / January 10, 2012

We do a little digging around the roots of Jesus' family tree, only on Cross Connections.

 
The True Meaning of Miracles - Episode 13
 

Cross Connection / April 03, 2013

Jesus desires mercy, not sacrifice. So what did Matthew really want us to learn about His miracles?

 
The Cost of Discipleship - Episode 27
 

Cross Connection / September 18, 2012

Many people talk about what we need to DO to get into heaven, but what do we need to GIVE UP in order to follow Jesus?

 
Unexpected Faith - Episode 22
 

Cross Connection / June 05, 2012

We all know stories of discrimination, but do you know the one in Matthew 15?

 
CC: Season's Greetings - Joseph, Mary, and the Greatest Christmas Gift
 

Cross Connection / December 18, 2012

On the second part of CC: Season's Greetings, the CC gang takes a look at Mary and Joseph, asking what made them worthy of being entrusted with the Greatest Gift. How can we be more like them?