Our Impact

We connect prisoners with volunteer mentors in Christ-centered relationships that transform lives, prisons and churches across Canada through the power of the Gospel.

60,000Over 60,000 marked lessons returned to students
5,000Over 5,000 new students in Crossroads Canada programs
3,800Over 3,800 graduates from Crossroads Canada programs
>100Crossroads has a presence in more than 100 prisons across Canada
Our programsReduce the likelihood of re-imprisonment, start people on life-changing relationships with Jesus, and better prepare prisoners to return to society

If you want to make a meaningful impact in the lives of prisoners, you’ve found the right ministry.

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Leading the Lost in Prison

Gerald became a believer before he was sent to prison. But now that he’s incarcerated, he has found purpose in guiding other prisoners to Christ. Read more.

August 25, 2020
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I really did fake my faith before. What I was missing is God.”

It wasn't until he got to prison that Norm learned what faith is all about. In the process, he started to forgive others — and himself. Read more.

June 1, 2020
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Harry’s Story

Before he was sent to prison, Harry wrestled with drug abuse and God. But it wasn’t until another prisoner shared the Bible with him that Harry believed. Read more.

May 15, 2020
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Even after I was arrested and waiting to be sentenced, I knew that I could handle it all on my own. I was so very wrong.”

Cas found peace in prison when she leaned on God, and not on her own understanding. Read more.

April 3, 2020
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Damon experienced the Holy Spirit in prison

Damon was a prisoner to himself, but his time in jail helped him find freedom in Christ. Read more.

March 11, 2020
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I went through a total life transformation.”

Peter grew up in a Christian home before losing his way. In prison, he realized he needed God's grace. Read more.

February 19, 2020