About

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Jeff Short has been pastor of CrossPointe Church in Jamestown, New York for five years. He holds degrees from Wheaton College (B.A., Philosophy), Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (MDiv.) and Fuller Theological Seminary (DMin.). Jeff has served at churches in Illinois and Colorado also. He is single, plays guitar, loves reading and writing.

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12 Responses to “About”

  1. Rod Ankrom Says:

    Jeff:
    Saw in the Converge news that Crosspointe pulled out of the district. Did you choose to affiliate with someone else or are you going independent for now?

  2. jeffshort Says:

    Rod, good to hear from you after so long. i hope everything is well with you these days. i’ve been in michigan interim pastoring at an sbc church for about a year. that’s over now, so i’m in jamestown for a few months now putting all my sermons for the last 10 years together in written form for publication. i’m nearly done with that project, so i’ll be probably moving back to michigan to pastor and preach there soon. where are you now?

  3. Tony Pingitore Says:

    Hi Jeff,
    I just read your letter in Readers Forum in the PJ. Very good! I agree 100%. I had the article just after yours. A sad part are the comments to our articles. I hope those who write the comments are a small part of the readership. When I sent in a letter on gay marriage, they hammered me big time. I really fear for our country and do not look forward to what our 12 Grand-kids will have to face., God help us!
    Merry Christmas
    Tony

  4. jeffshort Says:

    Thanks Tony for the encouragement. I’ll have to go back and read your article in the PJ. It’s getting to be ridiculous what’s happening in respect to morality in society. Where will it all end? At least they still print our articles in the newspaper. At least thetr are still voices that object to the slide in morality we’re seeing today. It’s not easy speaking as a prophet, but the truth must be heard, so let’s keep on speaking out. We might be influencing more than we think.

    thanks again,

    jeff

  5. Doug Schmidt Says:

    Hey Jeff! Been thinking about you lately …. Wanna catch up with you …. If you’d like to, drop me a note with your number and I’ll give you a call ….

    Doug

  6. Znas Says:

    That blog you put up about 3shocking things about Islam, more than half of your information is incorrect. You are preaching the wrong message. For example the word Islam, you are preaching Jesus is god, no he isn’t! He was a man! And Muslims DO believe in Jesus. You should revalidate your information before posting it as it may offend many people.

  7. Tony Says:

    Sorry Znas, you are wrong. Jesus was and is both Man and God.

  8. Joan Duckhorn Says:

    According to the Bible, Jesus was both God and man. How is it going Jeff. I have thought of you lately as my daughter mentioned some memories she has had of you. Hope all is going well…Joan

  9. Peace D. Says:

    I want to start off by saying I respect all religions and am not here to creat violence. Before you blog and write your own perspective of stories, do know that you are as ignorant as many individuals are today. There is no wrong religion or belief. If God created the world he may have also created religions as well. There is no need to judge something you do not have complete knowledge about. You, as well as me and many other individuals are born ignorant and the saddest thing is that we also die ignorant. If you cannot give any positive view on Hinduism or any other religion, then why don’t you just go follow what you believe in instead of proving how ignorant you are.

  10. Peace D. Says:

    I want to start off by saying I respect all religions and am not here to create violence. Before you blog and write your own perspective on stories, do know that you are as ignorant as many individuals are today. There is no wrong religion or belief. If God created the world he may have also created religions as well. There is no need to judge something you do not have complete knowledge about. You, as well as me and many other individuals are born ignorant and the saddest thing is that we also die ignorant. If you cannot give any positive view on Hinduism or any other religion, then why don’t you just go follow what you believe in instead of proving how ignorant you are.

  11. JS Says:

    Sorry if I don’t agree with your tone on homosexuality. You’re suggesting that everyone should go out there and procreate with members of the opposite sex. Sorry I don’t believe it is a choice, You don’t wake up one morning and decide to be a homo or hetero sexual, nor do you wake up and decide to be asexual either. I’m seventy years young and never had a reason to need a “partner”, man nor woman. Choice? Not really.

  12. Lori Says:

    The most important thing you can do with your life is to love everyone. To help your fellow humans. To give love to everyone no matter their religion, gender, sexuality. Just to love and help. Why do people not understand this?

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