Leadership

Sep
16

Crossroads Freedom Center Fundraiser

02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

Our first ever fundraiser for this God-birthed not for profit Christ-centered recovery ministry for men (room for 8 currently) is Saturday, Sept. 16th, 2-4p at our Ijamsville Campus (Frederick county, MD), 4730 Ijamsville Road, Ijamsville, MD 21754.   We are excited for Seal for God, former U.S. Navy SEAL Chad Williams to share about his recovery from substance abuse and his current passion, commitment and fight for Freedom in Christ for himself, his family, and many others, including our men and all we influence as a leader in Christ-centered recovery ministry.

  • $25

  • 4730 Ijamsville Road
    Ijamsville, MD 21754
  • Jeff Williams/Anil

    301-798-2621

Ensure a successful school year

By: Tom
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Tom Miner talks with Dr. Jack Smith, superintendent of Montgomery County Public Schools, to help you transition smoothly into a new school year.

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Breakaway - Tom Hughes. - June 10, 2017

By: Claude

How many times have you faced something in life and it left you with more questions than answers? What do you do with those questions? Where do you find answers? Kevin Kruger spoke with Pastor Tom Hughes from Christian Assembly Church in Los Angeles encourage us that the first step to finding answers is taking these questions to God.

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Coach Trotz leads by example

By: Rob
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Johnny & Stacey talk with Washington Capitals coach Barry Trotz about why he sponsors children through Compassion and the impact it's had on his family.

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How to talk to people with political differences

By: Rob
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No matter what your political party is, it's safe to say that we all need hope, not just around an election or inauguration--but year round. With the inauguration taking place and division prevalent, it can be difficult to feel connected to others.

Dwight Bain is a counselor, psychologist--and as we like to call him--a professional hope spreader! Dwight shares ideas with Jerry and Blanca on how to move forward in hope--above any potential political differences. Dwight also shares ways that we can encourage and respect others--even those who have different thoughts or opinions.

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MLK Poem

By: KumarD

On January 16, 2017 Poet Erin Wiley shared a powerful poem she wrote in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. This poem was performed at the Central Union Mission during the WGTS 91.9 Take Over Day.

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How to help your kids set - and achieve - goals

By: Becky
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Parents, you want your kids to become adults who set and achieve great goals. Becky from Middays shares how to teach your kids while they’re young from stewardship.com.

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Ideas to honor your pastor this month

By: Rob
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The profession of pastoring has incredible rewards, and yet it is one of the most stressful jobs.  Last month, Pete Wilson of the megachurch CrossPoint admitted what most pastors often feel, “I’m not okay.  I’m tired.  I’m broken.”

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A big thank you!

By: Rob
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There are moments when you can't deny that God is at work. This week has been one of those moments where God used people like you to inspire and encourage thousands with the message of hope through this media ministry.

God is on the move!

We're excited about what's ahead - and how we can be faithful with your generosity - to continue reaching a world that is hurting and in desperate need of Jesus. THANK YOU for believing in what is happening here. This is just one step in a long journey, and your prayers and gifts will make more ministry possible.

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'It's OK to cry': A pep talk for us all

By: Brennan

Determination, pushing through pain, knowing that it's ok to cry. This teacher gave his student a heartwarming pep talk we all need to hear. Program Director Brennan Wimbish shares why this story is so meaningful to him, and all of us.

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