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A Faithful Student Ministry Must Make Disciples (part 2)

by posted in CCYM, Education, Education & Training, Education & Training, Leadership Development, Resources & Training, Youth Ministry

The sign read “Ephrata.” My friends and I were traveling west on I-76, heading back to school after a last-minute trip to New York City. I had brought along John MacArthur’s classic, The Gospel According to Jesus. As I read about Nicodemus’ encounter with Jesus, I was struck afresh by the fact that Jesus is… Read more »

What You Must Do: A Faithful Student Ministry Must Make Disciples (part 1)

by posted in Crossings Center for Children and Student Ministry, Education & Training, Leadership Development, Planning & Programming, Uncategorized, Youth Ministry, Youth Ministry & The Family

“You need to get saved?!?” This was my youth pastor’s incredulous reply to me as I knelt at our church’s prayer bench in tears. Everyone thought I was a believer. I knew that my life was a sham. The Lord saved me that evening as a seventeen-year-old kid. A decade before that, like many Baptist… Read more »

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5 Reasons You Should Sponsor a Child in Haiti

by posted in Baptist Haiti Mission, Child Sponsorship, Missions

Crossings Ministries is privileged to be ministry partners with Baptist Haiti Mission (BHM). Crossings’ has a strategic goal of helping BHM raise support for 1,000 additional children in Haiti. Will you commit to giving $25 a month to provide a child with a real relationship with you, a necessary education, medical aid, and the regular opportunity… Read more »

Need help parenting? 3 Reasons to go to Southern Seminary’s Confident Parenting Conference

by posted in Crossings Center for Children and Student Ministry, Education & Training, Parenting, Resources & Training, Youth Ministry

“Daddy, will you ask your boss to let you come home early today?” Because we had enjoyed an extra special family night the evening before, my daughter wanted the special time to continue day and night. Obviously, I would love to stay home and play all day! My daughter’s sweet request has rung through my… Read more »

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