Crossroads mobilizes, trains, and resources national partners and indigenous cross-cultural missionaries engaged with church planting, evangelism, humanitarian aid, and discipleship initiatives in limited or restricted access countries.
What We Do
Four strategic global goals drive Crossroads mission initiatives – Establishing Indigenous Mission Organizations in limited access or restricted countries, Deploying Indigenous Missionaries Cross-Culturally, Initiating Church Planting Movements, and Piloting Humanitarian Aid & Disaster Relief Projects.
Establishing Indigenous Mission Organizations
Crossroads establishes indigenous mission organizations staffed and led by key national partners. Each indigenous mission organization, unified by a set of core values and principles, operates...
Deploying Indigenous Cross- Cultural Missionaries
With the Global Population now sitting at a whopping 7.6 billion people, with 2 out of every 5 people who have never heard the gospel message…
Crossroads missional strategies focus on igniting Church Planting Movements by recruiting, mobilizing, and training national partners with effective church planting methodologies who are working among unreached…
Where We Serve
Currently, Crossroads is working in India, Pakistan, South Africa, Eastern Europe, Afghanistan, and the USA. Click on a region to see where our national partners are serving
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God has a purpose, a place, and a plan for your life. We are here to help you begin that journey of discovery. Whatever questions you have, let us help you find your answers and place in His mission.
From The Field
Stories Of Transformation
Crossroads, India held a 2-day follow-up training workshop for 32 of the 59 indigenous missionaries trained in last year's Crossroads Church Planting Conference. Many of these…Read More
Crossroads has opened new missionary work in Afghanistan, Iran, and Tajikistan focused on establishing the underground house church movement in each country. This new initiative we…Read More