By David Dawson
NASHVILLE — Fitting for an event held in Music City, this year’s installment of Crossover had less knocking, but more rocking.
Instead of focusing exclusively on door-to-door outreach, Crossover Nashville featured a wide variety of large-group gatherings, with churches in Middle Tennessee hosting block parties, concerts, outdoor worship services, ice cream socials, family movie nights and other events.
“We are excited about what took place this week,” said Mark Miller, baptism/discipleship team leader and Sunday School specialist for the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board. “We are so thankful for the churches who participated, and we were glad that Middle Tennessee was saturated with gospel conservations.”
Miller said the final numbers from the week had not yet been tabulated, but said the early returns from Crossover Nashville showed more than 100 professions of faith and 150 additional decisions. It is estimated that more than 3,300 gospel conversations took place. [Read more…]