Kingdom Men at CrossRoads
The Bible has much to say to men about roles, relationships, responsibilities, etc. The men who come to CrossRoads are continually encouraged to step up and find out who they are designed and called to be!
We desire to see men take a firm hold of their God-given responsibilities, understand who they are in Jesus Christ, know their purpose and run with a vision! Kingdom Men sharpen one another in their walk with Jesus, and as a result, lead their families as the spiritual heads of their households
We live in a culture where men have lost their way. The roles of men and women have become distorted, relationships are failing from a lack of clarity, and our responsibilities are being disregarded and ignored, far
too often at the expense of
our wives and children.
We are convinced that men are moved to action when they are surrounded by men of integrity on a regular basis. Our men have a weekly Thursday morning fellowship gathering and also meet together for an occasional Saturday morning breakfast.
We encourage men to be
involved in home groups,
supporting CrossRoads through
various ministry opportunities
(children's, greeting, worship),
and for husbands to love and
spend time with their
wives and children.
Kingdom Men at CrossRoads will challenge and equip you to be the man that courageously leads and lovingly serves his family, prayerfully supports his church, and joyfully serves his community.
We hope you will join us for a cup of coffee,with a desire to understand God's plan and design for your life.
We're dedicated to investing time to learn more about one another to know how we should be praying for one another.
Again, I saw vanity under the sun: one person who has no other, either son or brother, yet there is no end to all his toil, and his eyes are never satisfied with riches, so that he never asks, “For whom am I toiling and depriving myself of pleasure?” This also is vanity and an unhappy business.
Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil. For if they fall, one will lift up his fellow. But woe to him who is alone when he falls and has not another to lift him up! Again, if two lie together, they keep warm, but how can one keep warm alone? And though a man might prevail against one who is alone, two will withstand him—a threefold cord is not quickly broken.