Twice a year, we publish a collection of student artwork. This is some of the art from our most recent issue. Read more.
Dwayne's life was redeemed and his relationship with God was restored when found himself in jail. Read more.
Mitchell has always wanted to do good, and to help those in need. Serving time in prison and learning about Jesus has given him a fresh perspective on how to do that. Read more.
Vanessa's relationship with Jesus gives her peace and joy, and helped her stop being worried about the stresses of this world. She thanks her mentors for their encouraging comments in this beautiful letter. Read more.
As Dennis follows the Lord, he learns that God has been involved in his life all along — and that God's plan is good. Read more.
One of our students sends our mentors a thank you note — and a request for prayer. Read more.
Over 250 guests joined us for this year's Christmas gala at Carmen's Banquet Hall in Hamilton. We couldn't be more thankful to those who came. We'd like to especially thank Cody Bates for his keynote speech, and Siegfried Tepper for blessing us musically. Read more.
Jordan was suicidal in prison — until he was given a Bible. Read about the transformative change in his life that he experienced after encountering Jesus. Read more.
Our second annual calendar, filled with artwork from our students, is now on its way to prisoners all over the country. We wanted to share the artwork with you here. Read more.
In the President's Letter from our September 2018 newsletter, Crossroads Canada's president, Martie van Niekerk, blesses those involved in the ministry and challenges them for the next year. Read more.