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Equipping the Saints

The Crossing partners with many organizations in Columbia devoted to helping others all year long.  This summer, we are highlighting a few of these ministry partners so you can help kids and adults in our city by partnering with one of them. Get involved by giving a high-impact gift that equips them to continue making a difference in specific lives, in specific ways. Tables with gift details are available in the foyer July 16 and 23. Gifts should be returned on July 30. For contact information, follow this link.

Organizations you can partner with include St. Raymond’s Society, Central Missouri Stop Human Trafficking Coalition, BOLD, and In2Action.

Mission Spotlight: Local Ministry Partners

equippingLocal ministry partnerships are an important way The Crossing meets the needs in our community. We support 14 local ministries including 8 ministry staff.

The Crossing’s Equipping the Saints Partnership Drive is currently underway. The Crossing partners with several organizations in Columbia devoted to helping others all year long. This year at Christmas, you can help others by partnering with them. Get involved by giving a high-impact gift that equips these organizations to continue making a difference in specific lives, in specific ways.

Organizations you can partner with include:

ESI: Mission Spotlight has already featured Cor and in2Action. Watch for future Mission Spotlight features for all our other local ministry partners in coming months.

In addition to ministries involved in our Equipping the Saints Partnership Drive, The Crossing also supports and encourages you to give to these local organizations and staff:

Mission Spotlight: in2Action

ExtraSmall-300dpi-WEB-300x108Dan Hanneken, LCSW is the founder and Executive Director of in2Action, a local ministry partner of The Crossing. in2Action provides Christ-centered residential transitional services to adult men recently released from prison and those at risk of criminal activity.

For more information, Dan can be reached via email: [email protected] .

The men served by in2Action mainly struggle with: