Global Missions & Outreach 

Crossroads believes that the good news of God’s love is not meant to be kept to ourselves. It is something we want to share with others, starting with our next-door neighbors and extending around the world. In this way we hope to become more and more a “church without walls.” We aim to encourage missional living as a lifestyle by offering diverse opportunities to get involved in what God is doing both locally and around the world. Join us in helping to support, encourage, and pray for our local, global, and short term missions teams as we together step out in faith to share the love of Jesus.

 

Global Missions Partners  

Christian Associates International

Christian Associates International (CAI) is a global missional movement which has planted more than 40 churches in Europe, North America, and Latin America.  The mission of CAI is to establish churches who follow Jesus in transforming their world.  Several of the team members which founded Crossroads International Church of The Hague in 1996 were CAI missionaries….including our founding pastor Dan Steigerwald.  www.christianassociates.org  
 

Child's Destiny of Hope

Uganda, Africa
Child's Destiny of Hope is a relief and development organization founded by Crossroaders, Tim & Wilma Omalla in 2007. They moved to Uganda to set up an orphanage in Chawolo, Uganda with the goal of giving underprivileged children a better future. Since their arrival in Chawolo, they have been able to provide the local community with a fresh water well and built and staffed an elementary and secondary school. CDHope website.
 

The Curley Family

USA, Philadelphia
Scott Curley served on the pastoral staff of Crossroads International Church of The Hague for 14 years. In 2013 Scott, his wife Jacqui and their daughter Sarah moved to Glasgow to serve in another Christian Associates church plant there. God eventually led them back to the US where Scott is serving on the Recruiting team, helping to raise up the next wave of church planters.
Scott's CAI page.  
 

Kevin and Kathy Johnson

Europe, Eastern Europe, Latin America and North America
Kevin is Global Advancement Team Leader at Christian Associates International (CAI).  He leads and supports a diverse group of people catalyzing new church plants within Europe, Eastern Europe, Latin America and North America. Prior to this Kevin was the lead pastor here at Crossroads International Church of The Hague.  Kathy is a licensed professional counselor who volunteers her time in a support role for CAI missionaries and at various staff conferences. Kevin's CAI page
 

Youth with a Mission

Curitiba, Brazil
Lydia is a Crossroader who first moved to Brazil to work with Youth With a Mission in 2008. She and her husband, João, a fellow missionary, from Brazil, work together on several projects in the favelas of Belo Horizonte to help support the children and women in these poor areas. They are currently based in YWAM Curitiba. Lydia's Blog.


Olivier & Debora Habnit

Cluj-Napoca, Romania
In 2013, Olivier was part of a group from Crossroads who went to Romania to a garbage dump close to Cluj-Napoca in Romania, to work among the Roma people who call this area their home.  This sparked a passion within him to serve in this part of the world.  Olivier moved to Romania in 2014, to work for Foundation Charis on construction projects and coordinating overall support and ministry programs. From September 2011, Debora had worked for Foundation Charis for a year, when she returned to The Netherlands for 6 months to prepare for a long-term move to Romania. In March 2013 Debora returned and began working on ministry programs for women, children, and teenagers in the Roma community, and is also one of the leaders in the church.

Olivier and Debora met in Romania and as they worked and served together, a friendship and eventually more developed.  They married in March of 2016 and are continuing to work in their shared passion for the Roma people and community in Romania
 

Missionary couple in Turkey

In September 2016 Crossroads sent out a family to Turkey to do missionary work. For safety reasons 
we are not able to share more information here. Contact the office if you would like to know more.