Crossroads Announces 21st Season Renewal of Context Beyond the Headlines and Welcomes Former Host of 100 Huntley Street, Maggie John, as Anchor

CONTEXT BEYOND THE HEADLINES premieres September 16 on YES TV with a new familiar face as Anchor/Producer.


Amazing Turnout for Crossroads’ Virtual VBS on Castle

When COVID-19 led to summer camps being cancelled, it was sad news for children’s ministries and camps. Many activities were halted and moved to online platforms.

Crossroads received generous support allowing families from Canada, USA, and even in China, Nigeria, and Trinidad to attend our first Virtual Vacation Bible School on Castle.

Over $54,000 was raised in support through our generous donors, allowing us to host our very first Virtual Vacation Bible School this summer. On the week of August 10th, over 3,500 registered campers attended Bible learning, worship and fun activities that we had planned.


New broadcast schedule for Crossroads shows on YES TV starting August 31

Beginning this Monday, 100 Huntley Street will now air Mondays through Fridays at 9am and 9pm Eastern and Mountain time. Context Beyond the Headlines begins Season 21 on September 16 with new anchor Maggie John.

Kevin Shepherd

Crossroads Christian Communications and YES TV announce Reverend Kevin Shepherd as Chief Executive Officer

Crossroads Christian Communications Inc. (Crossroads) today announced that Reverend Kevin Shepherd has been named as Chief Executive Officer, starting September 8, 2020. Former CEO and broadcaster Lorna Dueck retired in February this year to navigate her husband’s Parkinson’s journey together.

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Crossroads offers Virtual Vacation Bible School on Castle™

FREE RESOURCE FOR FAMILIES AND CHURCHES – Registration is now open for a free Virtual Vacation Bible School program running August 10-14 for families with kids ages 5-10; all they have to do is sign up at:


Crossroads Christian Communications Inc. and award-winning artist Mark Masri release a powerful new collaboration song of unity and hope in time for Canada Day


What I Learned From the Nova Scotia Shootings

From the night of April 18 to the morning of April 19, 2020, a lone gunman shot and killed 22 people in the small province of Nova Scotia. This became the largest ever massacre in Canada’s history.