100 Huntley Street
100 Huntley Street - April 20, 2022
Honoring our Healthcare Heroes… Sharon Martell is a clinical social worker who works as a mental health therapist. She has a real passion in working with indigenous communities because she sees a real need. Since the pandemic started she’s noticed an increase in anxiety and depression. She’s seen an increase in suicides (5) in one particular community she works with. She shares that some days are really hard and she has a heavy heart, but she pushes herself to not give up but to keep going. Pray for God’s continued strength over Sharon as she continues to love and serve those in remote indigenous communities.
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100 Huntley Street - April 19, 2022
Pornography addiction rules your life-but porn isn't the problem. Internet filters, accountability partners, and even spiritual disciplines stop slipups, but they don't resolve the root of your addiction. You need more than prayer and quick fixes to free yourself from pornography. Ful...
100 Huntley Street - April 18, 2022
Dave was bullied in school and getting into fights. That resulted in a low self-esteem and a loss of identity. His journey towards wholeness was not easy but he is thankful for the ministry of Crossroads who is always there for him.
100 Huntley Street - April 15, 2022
Friday, April 15th, 2022
Bill & Bev Beck
At the age of 72, Bill Beck suffered a severe cardiac arrest while playing tennis. An EMS worker at the scene called his wife Bev and told her he was dead. Later another EMS worker did get a faint heartbeat, but Bill’s cardiologist said his condition ...