Crossroads Church supports the following missionaries and organizations.
SAVE THE STORKS
Save the Storks exists to partner with pregnancy resource centers and give abortion-vulnerable women a choice that will change their lives forever. They partner with resource centers all over the nation, providing them with powerful tools and training to more effectively connect with those women in their communities. They have funded roughly 40 bus projects (20 on the road and 20 in production), gained over 165,000 supporters, and saved over 1,000 babies.
Don Veinot - Midwest Christian Outreach
Our mission is to give clear answers, and a solid defense of the orthodox biblical faith, to all types of unbelievers — atheists, agnostics, as well as members of cults and new religious groups such as the Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mormons, the International Churches of Christ, and so on. In addition to being missionaries to these groups it is also our purpose to train and equip those who have placed their trust in Jesus Christ, His death, burial and physical resurrection, for their salvation to do the same.
We build life-giving churches that make, baptize and teach disciples of Jesus Christ. We plant new churches, strengthen steady churches, renew struggling churches. We love the Lord and build disciples through strong local churches. We Edify, Protect, Encourage and Support church shepherds.
Brandon & Heather Young
Serving as missionaries with Ethnos360. Along with their four children (Brendan, Griffin, Charlotte-Amelie, and Felicity), Brandon and Heather are en route to Papua New Guinea where they will work toward church planting among a people group that is currently without the written Word of God in their language or a clear Gospel message. For the past 8 years they have served at New Tribes Bible Institute (now known as Ethnos360 Bible Institute) in Jackson, MI. Brandon worked in a discipleship ministry through the Student Life Department and also taught some Bible classes while Heather served as the Child Care Coordinator for our married students with kids so that the moms could attend classes. A little over a year ago the Lord began to redirect them from raising up future missionaries toward heading to "the front lines" and pursuing a church planting ministry. They have completed the necessary training and are hoping to head to PNG in January 2019.
Bill & Dawn Sundstrom
Serving International Students at Penn State University. Bill and Dawn have been faithfully serving the Lord with Cru for 41 and 35 years respectively. Today they reach out to international students at Penn State, often sharing the gospel with students for the first time and providing ongoing discipleship. Bill also writes and reports for Bridges ministry (the division of Cru focused on reaching international students). After serving for 10 years each in Latin America and Germany, they speak both Spanish and German. They share, "We love the variety of cultures represented at Penn State and sharing God's love with international students in personal and practical ways!"