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

“These manga courses opened the door for me… Now I talk to God every day. I pray every day.”

Crossroads Prison Ministries’ correspondence courses have introduced more than 4,000 prisoners across Canada to the message of Jesus.

Stories from the Crossroads

Recent blog posts about the work Crossroads is doing

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I feel like these manga courses opened the door for me... I now talk to God every day. I pray every day.”

Paul spent 25 years of his life looking for answers to his problems in all the wrong places. When he was in prison, he knew doing life his way wasn’t working anymore. Read more.

May 22, 2019
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I have to be 100% in with my whole heart. That’s the only way this faith works.”

Ellie recently re-discovered God in prison, and has dedicated her whole life to Him. Read her exciting letter about her newfound purpose in faith. Read more.

June 3, 2019
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Lessons from Our Summit in Thailand

Our president, Martie van Niekerk, reflects on a global Crossroads summit in Thailand. Read more.

May 14, 2019
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Nathan found his identity in God while in prison

Nathan thought God hated him. But once he was in prison, he started to understand God's undying love for him — and even though he's living a life sentence, he now knows he's spiritually free. Read more.

April 25, 2019
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Despite being locked in a cell, this prisoner has inspirational words of encouragement for us all

Despite losing his car, his job, and his home before serving time in prison, Jeremy knows God has a bright future for him — and for us as well. His letter reminds us not to let our faith in God's goodness waver. Read more.

April 3, 2019
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  • Pictures

Student Illustrations from Our Latest Art Book

Twice a year, we publish a collection of student artwork. This is some of the art from our most recent issue. Read more.

March 27, 2019