Humans of Crossroads

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

God has renewed my hope when emotions seemed to be in control
Humans of Crossroads

God has renewed my hope when emotions seemed to be in control

Emotions have always been something that have been difficult for me because I didn’t understand them. My lowest low came at 16 when I attempted suicide, but after nearly a decade of counseling and growth, I can look back on many different moments in my life that could have been...

When my circumstances seemed like too much, God changed my heart
Humans of Crossroads

When my circumstances seemed like too much, God changed my heart

Six years ago, I was broken. Raising a child on my own, I felt alone. My emotions were all over the place. I didn’t want my emotions to affect my child and our relationship. I knew I had to make a change and I tried going to church. I’ve met...

My business was destroyed by Covid, but I'm not worried
Humans of Crossroads

My business was destroyed by Covid, but I'm not worried

It took me 16 years to build my business and it completely shut down in eight days as stay-at-home orders took effect. As a freelance corporate photographer, I work with clients who have had to make tough decisions about their businesses and I know that some of the earliest cuts...

God redeemed a lie that I carried for years
Humans of Crossroads

God redeemed a lie that I carried for years

If you were to have asked me what faith has to do with my emotions a few years back, I would have probably shrugged and said not much. Faith has always been part of my life, but until 2014 I was more of a passive participant in my faith when...

I've been leaning into God to care for others during the pandemic
Humans of Crossroads

I've been leaning into God to care for others during the pandemic

Three weeks into COVID response and planning, I hit a wall, hard. The adrenaline rush and flurry of preparing, planning, constant emails and Zoom meetings was done, and I was weary. Then came the news that my home visit patient, someone I cared for four years, had died. She was...