A historic collaboration of organizations, people, artists, musicians, designers, politicians – groups from almost every walk of life are collectively declaring 2020 to be the Year of the Bible. The Bible is revolutionary for any person, community, or nation that has embraced its message, but it has also been misunderstood, misused, and abused. Through this global campaign, Year of the Bible aims to drive a conversation to reframe Scripture—to compel people to look again, engage with the Bible themselves, and BE INSPIRED.
Stay tuned for more about how Crossroads is participating.
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.
Aging as we are, my spouse and I sat down to fill out the government’s survey on “medical assistance in dying” (MAID). Like most Canadians, we have disease in our family genes that could cause dying to be hard. We also like choice: we are benefactors of a generational shift in individual rights that puts us in charge of our freedoms, and we also choose to put God first in our freedoms...
There should be a hush about the country right now as we realize the implications of innocent lives lost in a Tehran plane disaster that our Prime Minister has given new details on. - “We have intelligence from multiple sources, notably from our own intelligence and our allies, the evidence indicates that the plane was shot down by a surface to air missile from Iran.… this may well have been unintentional…
Sept. 28 to Oct. 8/19 - Our various Crossroads teams travelled across three provinces in ten days for an amazing example of First Peoples Voices: Media and Mission. Project Hope Youth Empowerment Weekend, SaskatoonOver fifty youth gave their hearts to Jesus at ‘Project Hope’ in Saskatoon....