Our mentorship program introduces prisoners across Canada to Jesus so their lives can be restored through the power of the Gospel.

Stories from the Crossroads

Recent blog posts about the work Crossroads is doing

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You will not see the effects of planting a seed that can produce 40-60 or 100-fold.”

Lewis' story is a reminder of the grace and mercy of God — but it's also a comfort to those of us who wonder about the effects of our ministry. Read more.

October 21, 2019
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Photos from Our 2019 Gala

On November 22nd, Crossroads celebrated 2019 with a gala in Burlington, Ontario and nearly two hundred guests. We were joined by mentors and chaplains, and enjoyed a keynote speech from John Jonathan, a former prisoner and Crossroads graduate. John shared his testimony and how Crossroads impacted his life. Looking ahead, Crossroads is eager to create […] Read more.

December 13, 2019
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Crossroads gave me the keys to finding God’s truths.”

In prison, Jacob's connection with Crossroads and his mentor helped him cultivate his faith. Now, he's getting a B.A. in Christian Family Counselling. Read more.

December 2, 2019
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During moments when Satan was whispering doubt into my ear, I was able to find truth and safety with Christ.”

Before she came to prison, Sarah lost everything — including her husband. Read about how getting to know Jesus through Crossroads' Bible studies saved her life. Read more.

November 7, 2019
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As I tried to follow Jesus’ teachings and open myself to His power, I noticed I began to change.”

Ian was in and out of prison for over a decade before he began to take his faith seriously. But now he’s learned to trust God. Read more.

October 7, 2019
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Student Art from Our Fall/Winter 2019 Art Book

Twice a year, we publish a collection of student artwork. This is some of the art from the Fall / Winter 2019 issue. Read more.

September 5, 2019