After these things I looked, and behold, a great multitude which no one could number, of all nations, tribes, peoples, and tongues, standing before the throne and before the Lamb, clothed with white robes, with palm branches in their hands, and crying out with a loud voice, saying, “Salvation belongs to our God who sits on the throne, and to the Lamb!
— Revelation 7:9



While in Haiti our team will be visiting local orphanages to bring food, supplies, and the love of Jesus to the children. It is so rewarding to watch the eyes of these children light up as you love on them and show them what it’s like to love like Jesus. 

Learn more about our New Life Children’s Home.



What began as hurricane relief efforts, has developed into strategic church planting to reach the indigenous nations of Honduras. Our teams build churches, teach children, and share the gospel. Crossroads is honored to support the local coffee bean farmers who provide the beans we use in our Cafe 10:10  every Sunday morning.


Armenia is one of the former Soviet republics, nestled between Europe and Asia in the mountainous Caucasus region. Although it is one of the earliest Christian civilizations, less than 10% of the people have a personal relationship with Jesus. Armenia continues to be oppressed by the Armenian Genocide that took place a century ago. 

We will partner with missionaries in Yerevan to reach people by passing out eyeglasses, teaching English, and visiting people. Although it is one of the earliest Christian civilizations, less than 10% of the people have a personal relationship with Jesus.



Nairobi, Kenya is one of the largest and fastest growing cities in Africa. Our team will travel to nearby Kibera to serve alongside local Bible college students to take the gospel to an area where poverty is a way of life.



In partnership with Evangelizing for Asia, our team will assist with renovations on the current Bible college, train local pastors, and teach children at an orphanage.



Step into ancient, sacred places—but not just as a tourist. You’ll meet the people who call the Holy Land “home” today, joining them in daily life and ministry. Our team will stay near Bethlehem, working alongside families, local leaders, nonprofits, and churches in the West Bank, meeting people with a heart for reconciliation. Experience the Holy Land and all of its complexities, listening to stories and serving in meaningful ways. This trip is unique in its focus as we share both narratives of the Palestinian / Israeli conflict. Our hope is that people will come with an open heart to learn and return home with a greater understanding of the complexities of this conflict and an increased heart of compassion and reconciliation towards all who are affected by this delicate situation.