You Can Help New Believers in Prison

You Can Help New Believers in Prison

Crossroads mentors play an important role in encouraging new followers of Jesus in prison. People like Jesse… As an infant, Jesse was abandoned in a dumpster by his biological parents. Knowing this, Jesse grew up believing he had no value. “I grew up with the...
‘I was not arrested. I was rescued.’

‘I was not arrested. I was rescued.’

Armando wasn’t looking for God. In fact, he was running in the opposite direction. His only acknowledgement of God was throwing up an occasional prayer that he would not get caught after committing a crime. But one evening in 2011, he prayed a different type of...

Just for Mentors #28

Just for Mentors: DECEMBER 2019 In this month’s Just for Mentors, Doug discusses writing to men and women in prison who wrestle with their shame, guilt and pain and how you as Crossroads mentors can respond with letters reflecting God’s redemptive plan for...
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