March Praise Report

Thanks to partners like you, we get to hear amazing stories all the time, like the ones shared below. Crossroads would like to share some of the praise reports, each month, to show how God has been working through the many programs you support.

February Praise Report

Thanks to partners like you, we get to hear amazing stories all the time, like the ones shared below. Crossroads would like to share some of the praise reports, each month, to show how God has been working through the many programs you support.

January Praise Report

Crossroads would like to share some of the praise reports each month to show how God has been working through the many programs you support.

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Canadian Television Program Releases Powerful Debut Book: Always Know…

“See Hear Love with Melinda Estabrooks” release featuring 50 contributors launches February 1, 2021. Over the last four years, Canadian faith-based television program See Hear Love has not just produced a new television show, but also developed a community of brave women and men who value honest conversations about justice, peace, inclusion, hope and faith. With a robust network of guests and deeply valuable content, the Crossroads Christian Communications Inc. production is releasing its first book, Always Know… (Word Alive Press), on February 1, 2021.

9 Lessons From Social Distancing

“We were made for this” – Bruxy Cavey. Who knew that this quote would be more important than ever in these COVID-19 pandemic days.

We were made for this

We were made for this

On 100 Huntley Street’s first dedicated episode to COVID-19, Cheryl Weber and Mark Masri sat with Bruxy Cavey, Senior Pastor of The Meeting House and Jacob Birch, Director of Church Support in the Eastern District of the C&M Alliance in Canada, who share valuable insights on how to fight fear at this critical time.

Light in the Darkness

The primary function of darkness is to prevent you from seeing. In the wake of COVID-19, when all we hear, see, and talk about is crisis-related, many of us are left feeling defeated and hopeless. Consequently, the more we consume negative news and fix our gaze on our nation’s infection curve, the deeper into the darkness we fall.