Crossroads and 100 Huntley Street are excited to present a week of special programming featuring New York Times Best Selling Author Lysa TerKeurst and her new book “It’s Not Supposed to Be This Way” where she unveils her heart amid shattering circumstances and shares how to live assured when life doesn’t turn out as expected.
As a producer of faith and values media content, Crossroads’ mission is to convey the unchanging message of God’s love to people around the world.
Crossroads National Ministry Centre is pleased to make available, coast to coast spiritual support.
Since 1982, the Emergency Response & Development Fund of Crossroads has responded to death, destruction, and psychological trauma caused by natural disaster, war, and poverty in many countries of the world.
Young Once is a Castle Original docuseries that follows a group of young Christians from Southern California as they navigate school, careers and romantic relationships while considering how God is at work in their lives.
12 Thai boys and their 25-year-old soccer coach SAVED from deep within a cave. “We are not sure if this is a miracle, a science, or what” – Thai Navy SEALS posted on their Facebook page after they say they achieved a “mission impossible,” this week. Lorna Dueck speaks with Neel Roberts who is on the ground: Neel took a photo of the mountain, in which the cave is located, on a morning stroll last month. At that time, he never thought this beautiful spot he and his wife call home would become so famous…
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Every drop counts and so does every dollar that was given towards our clean water special that aired this past December. We are excited to share 6 new communities in northern Uganda are flowing with fresh water because of the compassionate people who understood the importance of this great cause.