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New Beginnings: Support Family Garden Projects in Indigenous Communities!

May 15, 2024

Spring is a time of awakening, both in nature and within ourselves. As the earth emerges from its winter slumber, we witness the blossoming of colourful flowers, the lush greenery of landscapes, and the cheerful melodies of the birds.

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Bringing Smiles to Indigenous Children: A Heartfelt Update

April 23, 2024

For years, I’ve journeyed across Canada, privileged to visit 63 Indigenous communities. Each visit has been a profound experience, filled with shared moments and heartfelt conversations. I’ve prayed with elders, Chiefs, and children alike, witnessing both joy and sorrow.

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Faithful Support: Bringing Joy to Indigenous Communities

March 27, 2024

As I sit down to write this update, I can’t help but marvel at the unpredictable weather we’ve been experiencing lately. Robins, cardinals, and blue jays flying around in February—it’s quite the sight! With temperatures swinging from a balmy plus 14 degrees in the morning to below freezing at night, one thing remains constant: our God, His unchanging love and faithfulness, regardless of the weather or circumstances around us.

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Hope in Action: Your Impact on 2,000 Lives in Madagascar

February 7, 2024

By Cheryl Weber, Director of Crossroads Cares I am overwhelmed as I type this knowing that amidst financial cutbacks, escalating food prices, and economic uncertainty, your remarkable generosity has shone through as you responded overwhelmingly to support 2,000 families facing starvation in Madagascar. Your extraordinary response along with other caring individuals helped us to double…

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Christmas Blessings: A Call to Support First Peoples Voices

November 24, 2023

I am profoundly grateful to be part of the transformative work at First Peoples Voices, where stories of hope, healing, and reconciliation with the First Nations, Inuit, and Metis people of Canada come to life.

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Answering the Call: Bringing Light to First Peoples

October 15, 2023

One of the most rewarding aspects of my role at Crossroads, besides the incredible people I get to meet, is the remarkable diversity of experiences it brings. I can truly say that my job is anything but boring!

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Supporting People and Families Adversely Impacted by the Israel-Hamas War

October 10, 2023

In the wake of a recent declaration of war, Israel is facing an unprecedented crisis after a heartbreaking and historical massacre of civilians by Hamas.

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A Week of Healing and Hope: Stories from Beauval Residential School

September 29, 2023

On September 30th, as we observe the National Day of Truth & Reconciliation, I am deeply grateful for the privilege of walking alongside Canada’s First Peoples as friends, listening and learning during our time together in fellowship.

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First Peoples Voices: August Update

August 31, 2023

With the summer days closing to an end, we embarked on a remarkable journey this June, accompanied by 100 Huntley Street’s host, Cheryl Weber.

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Gratitude and Hope in the Aftermath of the Turkey and Syria Earthquake

June 29, 2023

Crossroads Cares would like to extend our heartfelt appreciation and gratitude to all those who generously contributed to our Turkey and Syria Earthquake response.

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Celebrate Indigenous History Month: Engage, Learn, and Support!

June 21, 2023
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June is an important month as we celebrate Indigenous History and Culture. Here are three impactful ways you can get involved: Proverbs 24:32 reminds us of the importance of observing and learning from what we see, encouraging us to embrace these opportunities for growth. Birch Narrows/Turnor Lake in northern SK preserves culture, language, and traditional…

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