Get To Know Our Appalachia Intern, Eli Sager!

We all have different reasons for making the decisions that shape the course of our life, so what led Eli Sager to decide to become an intern with CrossRoads Missions? We felt Eli said it best himself: “I hope to come to a point in my faith where my value and confidence comes from my…

Introducing Jimmy Hatter, Our New Field Director For ServeLouisville

Jimmy Hatter already knows what it’s like to work with CrossRoads Missions, so when he had the opportunity to return and build a team to serve others, he jumped at the chance. Although, it’s not a choice he made on his own. Hatter began work earlier this month as the new Field Director for ServeLouisville.…

Our Immigration Relief Efforts Need Your Help! Emergency Repairs Needed!

The work being done by CrossRoads Missions’ Immigration Relief Fund is ongoing, but the church that has been used as a shelter in Piedras Negras, Mexico, is in need of emergency repairs. The host church, Torre de Refugio, needs a septic system installed as soon as possible. Amanda Rodriguez, CrossRoads’ Director of Operations in Mexico,…

2020 Mexico Dates Announced!

We recognize that many volunteer groups and organizations plan their service opportunities well in advance. As a result, CrossRoads Missions is proud to announce our entire 2020 schedule of mission trips to Piedras Negras, Mexico. Learn more about CrossRoads CrossRoads Missions works with both churches and individuals to provide service opportunities that likely would not…

New Trailer Means Big Things For Help Build Hope

Help Build Hope is coming off its biggest and most successful year yet. A recent acquisition is going to make it possible to do even more in the future. Help Build Hope has purchased a 16-foot V-nose trailer, which was put into service officially in April. Brian Snivley, the Director for Help Build Hope, said…

ServeLouisville Update

One person, one home, and one neighborhood at a time. That’s the motto of ServeLouisville. Working as part of CrossRoads Missions, ServeLouisville continues to transform homes and communities in Louisville, Kentucky, for individuals and families who take part in missional living. One of those individuals is Zach Motes, a College-Age Ministry connections pastor at Southeast…

JOB OPPORTUNITY: Field Leaders Needed!

Statistics show that more people change jobs during the spring than any other time of year. Maybe you find yourself in need of new employment. If you are looking for a new challenge, and also have a passion to serve, CrossRoads Missions would like to invite you to apply for one of our Field Leader…

Immigration Relief Fund Update

A few months ago, we told you about CrossRoads Missions’ Immigration Relief Fund. Here is an update on the work that is being done. Working in partnership with the Torre de Refugio church, CrossRoads is working to provide assistance to individuals who have come to the Mexico/U.S. border while they wait to have their case…

Capstone Community Gardens

  At CrossRoads Missions, we do much more than build homes. Our main goal, no matter what geographic field, is to enrich communities. To that end, our New Orleans field will be pursuing a special project for the remainder of this year. One of the focal points of our work in New Orleans will be…

What can you expect if you sign up for a trip with CrossRoads Missions?

What can you expect if you sign up for a trip with CrossRoads Missions? You can expect to go and provide aid, fellowship and ministry to individuals in need of a helping hand. You can expect to do work to improve and even transform a community. You can expect to bond with your fellow volunteers…