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Our COVID-19 Response: What You Need to Know

Our COVID-19 Response: What You Need to Know

As the COVID-19 crisis rages on, everything is being disrupted. Many of us are quarantined. Some of us have lost our jobs. We are worried about friends and family who are at-risk of being infected. Churches are figuring out what it means to be the Church when you...
Crossroads Events Postponed

Crossroads Events Postponed

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, we have decided to postpone two upcoming Crossroads Prison Ministries events. The Crossroads chapel with Joe Williams, scheduled for March 17, and the Ignite Unite Volunteer Summit, scheduled for April 25, will be moved to...
Former Crossroads Student Has Fiery Passion for God’s Word

Former Crossroads Student Has Fiery Passion for God’s Word

Richard was on the run. Determined to avoid a third trip to prison, he was dodging police who were tracking him on an attempted murder charge. Scared and not sure what to do, Richard called his mother. “The only one who can help you is God,” she told him. Richard...
An Urgent Call to Prayer

An Urgent Call to Prayer

Dear Friends, This past November, the Michigan Department of Corrections implemented a new mail policy that directly impacts Crossroads Prison Ministries students. The new policy doesn’t allow materials with colored ink to be delivered to prisoners. So we have...
What is a Mentor?

What is a Mentor?

By Lisa BlystraExecutive Director of Crossroads Crossroads has almost 5,000 volunteers who are mentoring prisoners all around the world. These men and women have stepped out of their comfort zones and responded to God’s call to “remember those in prison as if you were...
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