Humans of Crossroads

Incredible stories of how God is working in the lives of people around Crossroads.

I found my fit while serving love during the holidays
Humans of Crossroads

I found my fit while serving love during the holidays

As I was going through a separation and then divorce of my 24-year marriage last October, my kids invited me to come to church with them. They warned me that it would be loud and I might not like it, but the message that weekend hit me directly and from...

I used my love of shopping to help people in a big way through Thanksgiving Food Drive
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I used my love of shopping to help people in a big way through Thanksgiving Food Drive

Our family spends a lot of time at Crossroads and sometimes I get bored, but some of my favorite times at church are when I get to volunteer to help other kids. Last year, I got to help people in a different way through Thanksgiving Food Drive. It all started...

When I felt like an orphan, God showed me my true identity
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When I felt like an orphan, God showed me my true identity

I lost my mom when I was 13 and my dad when I was 30. Moments after my dad passed, my half sister said that I was an orphan. Unfortunately I took on that identity for several years after that. I was in a small group in 2015 and in...

Thanksgiving Food Drive allowed me to help our community and do some team building during a tough year
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Thanksgiving Food Drive allowed me to help our community and do some team building during a tough year

My wife, Molly, and I had attended Crossroads Lexington before we moved to Indianapolis for a few years and eventually back to Columbus in 2019. We were searching for a church home and bounced around trying to find our place when we found out from our friends in Lexington that...

Finding community changed my life
Humans of Crossroads

Finding community changed my life

When I was growing up my Granny always wanted me to go to church and said it would be good for me. We went to church a lot, but I never felt like I really learned anything. Eventually as an adult I realized that I was missing church but struggled...