Ready to express your faith in everyday life but don't know where to begin? Getting started is simple.

Crossroads has a wide variety of local and global partners, and we would love to connect you with them. We can also provide insight and guidance on how to serve God and others wherever you are — in your workplace, home, neighborhood, city and beyond.

God placed you here on purpose. Let us help you figure out your next step in living out your faith! 


For details, contact Madison Wepfer at 812-518-1463.

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    Learn with Leaders
    Zoom Conversations

    How can we up our game in leadership and make a difference locally and globally? Be inspired by a wide range of our partners during these Zoom calls, which took place in the Fall of 2020.

    Pray for the Nations

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    Jay Greer, Tim Maxson and Jeff & Amy Cunningham joined us November 17 to provide context and prayer requests for their ministry efforts. Jay is a church planter and pastor in the Mustard Seed Network in Japan and Tim is a pastor at a church in Dubai. The Cunninghams are employed by Team Expansion, a missions sending organization in Louisville, and are also field coordinators for two ministries around the world.


    Transform A Village: Impact and Partnership

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    Tim Mantai, Jayson Simonson, and Andrea Croslyn joined us on November 10 to shed insight on how the Child Sponsorship initiative is doing in Kenya. Right before the pandemic struck the US, the Crossroads family pulled together and sponsored more than 220 children. Tim is the project director at AfricaHope, Jayson is the director of child sponsorship at New International, and Andrea serves on the AfricaHope Leadership Team at Crossroads.

    Sponsor a Child

    Love Your Neighbor

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    Austin Maxheimer and Eric Cummings joined us on September 22 to talk about what it truly means to love your neighbor and why it's critical to understanding God's will for our lives. Austin is the Neighborhood Revitalization Director while Eric is the Executive Director, both at the Evansville nonprofit Community One.


    Connect with the Marginalized

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    Chris Fleming and Ross Chapman joined us on September 15 to talk about best practices for connecting with those who are treated as insignificant by society. Chris is the Executive Director at Potter's Wheel and Ross is the President at For Evansville.

    Dig deeper

    Note: Recordings are purposely unavailable from two sessions: "Share Your Faith with Intentionality" and "Engage Globally in America." Please contact Madison Wepfer if you would like more information on these Zoom calls.