HOW IT WORKS
Crossroads students complete Bible study lessons, and volunteer mentors review the lessons, answer the students’ questions and encourage them through personal letters. Because the mentorship program is carried out through the mail, students remain connected to their Bible studies and their mentors no matter where they may be transferred. In addition, volunteer mentors make a meaningful impact in prison ministry without ever leaving home. Volunteers say they believe they grow in faith as much as the students grow.
That is the power of Christ-centered relationship.
ADDITIONAL BENEFITS FOR STUDENTS
Access to more than one hundred Bible study lessons
A certificate of achievement and a free book after each course a student finishes
A progress letter (upon request) to the parole board, the student’s judge or a prospective employer after the student has completed at least twelve lessons