Missions

This Month's Community Partner Highlight:

Love Life

Love Life is uniting and mobilizing the church to create a culture of love and life that will result in an end to abortion and the orphan crisis.

Love Life Prayer Walk
Saturday, June 11  |  9-11am
2308 Wesvill Court 
Raleigh, NC 27607

Upcoming Community Partner Highlights:

Safe Families for Children

Safe Families for Children (SFFC) of  Greater Raleigh/Durham is committed to protecting children and preserving families by surrounding them with caring, compassionate community.

The Center for Volunteer Caregiving

The Center for Volunteer Caregiving helps older adults and adults with disabilities in Wake County live independently for as long as possible. 
If you are very passionate about a special cause, contact one of our local partners  to see what you can do to transform the Triangle!
Find a full list of our local Community Partners by clicking the button below:

Want to serve in the community?

If you're interested in getting involved with local organizations in our community,  take some time to fill out the form below and let us know where you'd like to serve.  We'll be happy to connect you to some of our local community partners in need of volunteer.

Tap the button below to get started!

Support & Prayer for Ukraine

We are all concerned and praying  for the Ukrainian people and many of you have asked how we can help as a church family.
Crossroads has several longtime relationships in the region and we’d like to refer you to the following:
 
REGEN Foundation 
Ukrainian Baptist Theological Seminary 
 
These organizations are already at work and you can be assured that your financial gift will go directly to the needs of the refugees fleeing Ukraine.  They are also intentional about sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with those in their care.  We encourage you to continue to pray and consider giving to these people in desperate need.  Thank you.

Missions at Crossroads

We are committed to Transforming the Triangle and the World! This means using our gifts, abilities, and resources to help people connect to God.

How Can You Get Involved?  There are many opportunities that need a helping hand and a joyful heart. It may not sound like much, but simple tasks like collecting food or thrift store contributions, sorting donations at a food pantry, tutoring an elementary student in reading, or using your handyman skills, are all tremendous blessings to our community.

H.O.P.E Ministries

Pathway of HOPE is designed to help families break the cycle of crisis and poverty by overcoming unemployment, unstable housing, hunger and lack of education. This pathway was created to lead these families down a path toward increased economic and financial security, spiritual growth and ultimately self-sufficiency.  

Motivated families seeking assistance with basic needs are guided to move beyond crisis to a mentality of hope and genuine progress.  Through long term relationships, case managers help individuals and families access community resources, shape new behaviors and change unhealthy patterns developed over generations, address current needs, plan for the future, celebrate milestones and develop a proactive and responsible attitude towards achieving self-sufficiency.  Want to know more? Tap the button below to email Winston Dennis.

Missions Trips

Crossroads is committed to the Great Commission as commanded in Matthew 28:18-20. Jesus commands us to go to all people and make disciples. We are ever more aware of this as more and more people from around the world come to the Triangle area and our numerous local partners work with people from all over the world.

You can be a part of missions by going, prayer, financial contribution and by donating, shopping or volunteering at our Missions Thrift Store. Proceeds benefit our short-term teams.

Contact Global Missions Coordinator John William Frye for more information.

Our Missionaries

Crossroads is committed to reaching the world with the love and good news of Jesus Christ.
We prayerfully and financially support missionaries around the globe and we partner with various global and local ministries who are uniquely positioned to reach people for Christ.

One of the ways you can be a part of local and global missions is by "adopting" a missionary who Crossroads supports. Pray and read through the bios of some of our missionaries by clicking on the photos below and choose one that God connects with your heart. Then consider committing to support them prayerfully and financially. Our missionaries are encouraged to hear from you and to know that they have people partnering with them.

Contact Global Missions Coordinator John William Frye for more information about our missionaries.

Jose Reyna

Puebla, Mexico

Tina Wade Osuna

Women of Hope, Guatemala

Titi & Ligia Bulzan

Central Europe

Emily Camplejohn

Colombia

Cindy Knakal

Door International

Ginny Bradshaw

Community Chaplain

Steve & Toby Hopper

Global Training Network

David Cherry

Mercy Ships

Global Partners

DOOR International 

DOOR International exists to bring the Bible to the heart language of every deaf person in the world, Crossroads Fellowship's partnership with DOOR helps translation teams create video Bibles and send missionaries to plant deaf churches across the world.

IMB - International Mission Board

Every church. Every nation. IMB offers opportunities and resources to pray for and go on missions. They also have numerous resources to help launch you into global missions. Whether you are looking for a short term, mid term or long term missions opportunity, IMB is our partner to help empower you to live life on missions.

UNTO - Humanitarian Aid

Unto (formerly GAiN) is a ministry of Cru that focuses on Relieving Suffering, Restoring Dignity and Revealing Hope.
Unto shares the love of Jesus through programs such as Food and Agriculture, Clean Water, Critical Aid and Disaster Relief.

Missions Thrift Store

The Missions Thrift Store provides new and gently used goods and clothing at an affordable price. Proceeds from the store go toward local and global missions outreach including our community partners, local schools, mission trip teams and our ministry partner, Deaf Opportunity OutReach (DOOR). Donate, shop or volunteer to impact our community and the world!

Shop, Volunteer or Donate to the Missions Thrift Store! Contact Lorri Winter for details on how to get involved.

City Reaching Foundation

We partner with local agencies to address the needs of the community in the areas of compassionate outreach, personal empowerment and engaging the next generation. If you're interested in applying to our City Reaching Foundation, click to download our applications below.  Applications are due August 8, 2022.
For details, contact Missions Pastor Doug Gamble below.