Topic: Orphans
Special School for Orphans in the Ukraine
Recent statistics show that over 100,000 children in Ukraine are orphaned or abandoned to state care. The reality for many of these kids living in orphanages can be bleak. So when students from a loca
Mully Children's Family Needs Your Help
Mully Children's Family has been rescuing kids off of Kenya's streets for more than 10 years. This is the story of Margaret - who was not only rescued herself, but was instrumental in helping 6 others.
Making Theology Accessible to Everyone / JIM CANTELON
Cheryl Weber speaks with Jim Cantelon shares what he has been doing through "Working for Orphans & Widows" caring for orphans and widows in Sub-Saharan Africa and in Southern India who have been impacted by the HIV/Aids pandemic and now the COVID-19
An Orphans' Perspective / ROMANS' STORY PT. 2
Cheryl reports on Romans' experience living in an orphanage.
An Orphans' Perspective / ROMANS' STORY PT. 1
Cheryl reports on Romans' experience living in an orphanage.
Supporting Ukrainian Orphanages
Volodya Salaydyak joins the program to bring an update on Crossroads Cares Relief and Development work in Ukraine.
Hope out of the Christopher Neil Trial
A report on how Ratanak founding Director - Brian McConaghy was instrumental in gathering key evidence against Canadian pedophile Christopher Neil, and how Crossroads helped in buying the building to preserve the evidence.
Update on Hugs for Orphans
Director of Crossroads Relief and Development Dave Shelley shares an update on our Hugs for Orphans project.
The Orphan, The Widow & Me / JT OLSON
Maggie John sits down for an interview with JT Olson, Author of "The Orphan, The Widow & Me."
Providing Practical Needs For Orphans
Cheryl Weber reports on the practical needs that Crossroads is able to supply to the Orphans of Ukraine, with your help.
Seminary Programs for Students in Ukraine / STEVE MELNICHUK
Maggie speaks with Steve Melnichuk who is the Academic Dean at the Theological Seminary in Lviv.
Mykoli's Story
Cheryl shares a report on Mykoli's experience of being raised in an orphanage in the Ukraine.
Giving to the Orphans in Ukraine / ALINA LUTSYK
Alina Lutsyk spent 3 years giving hugs to the orphans in Ukraine as a seminary student. She's now going to University in Alberta.
Hugs for Orphans
We wanted to hear directly from one of the students who has been part of the outreach program. Alina Lutsyk spent her Saturdays bringing love and comfort to the kids for 3 years and now a decade later is going to school in Alberta. The Lviv Semina
Making Sure Kids Know Their Value / DAVID SHELLEY
Maggie speaks with Crossroads Relief and Development Director David Shelley on how Crossroads is helping the orphans in the Ukraine.
Orphan Gives Out Toys to Make People Smile
Cheryl Weber, Todd Cantelon & Maggie John speak about how a young orphan boy has been giving out toys to make people smile.
Ukrainian Orphans
Cheryl Weber reports on Ukrainian Orphans and how Crossroads Relief and Development is providing help.
From Finance to Ministry
David Gotts chats with Cheryl Weber about his ministry for orphaned children in China.
Be You. Do Good
Jonathan David Golden shares how he found a way to turn coffee into a mission in Rwanda.
A Street Kid's Transformation to a Karate Sensei
5 year old Stella Louku was living on the streets until she was rescued by the Mully Children's Family. That was when she saw hope in her future for the first time.
Father to the Fatherless / CHARLES MULLI
Charles Mulli's story began in the abyss of pain and suffering brought about by inexorable poverty and abandonment. Yet, he turned everything around and became a successful businessman. Little did he know the surprise God has in plan for him...
Reaching out to Children at Risk
David Shelley, Director of Crossroad's Relief and Development, shares about how your giving is affecting impoverished children all over the world.
Mully Children's Family Mission Choir presents a delightful song, Njooni Njooni Tumwimbie Bwana (Come Let Us Sing to the Lord).
In his latest book "The Case for Grace", Lee Strobel crafts a compelling and highly personal experiential case for God, focusing on God's transforming work in the lives of men and women today. Writing with unusual candor, Lee draws upon his own journ
'The Drop Box' Movie Hits Theatres March 3rd-5th 2015
Hundreds of babies are abandoned on the streets of Seoul, South Korea every year, but one brave man Pastor Lee Jong-rak has made it his mission to save them.
Why Not?
Moira Brown's husband, Richard Brown, has a challenging question out of Africa!
Operation Christmas Child
It's amazing to think that a shoebox could change a life for a child. Samaritan's Purse does just that through their annual Operation Christmas Child outreach. Get involved to change a child's life this Christmas!
Exclusive at TIFF with Reese Witherspoon for "The Good Lie"
100 Huntley Street Reporter Magdalene John was at the Toronto International Film Festival this year and spoke with the cast (Reese Witherspoon) and crew of "The Good Lie".
Concerts with a Purpose
Dr. Wes Janzen, President of Music Mission Kiev (MMK) and conductor of the Kyiv Symphony Orchestra and Chorus (KSOC), talks about the current crisis happening in the Ukraine and believes God has positioned Music Mission Kiev "for such a time as this.
Smart Development
Crossroads Relief and Development has been on the ground for more than 30 years using an approach that puts dignity, empowerment and sustainability at the helm of our work.
Loving on the Children in Ukraine
Ukraine has been much in the news in recent months, and there are many images and stories of the unrest, violence and political turmoil. For a number of years, the country has been mired by corruption, mismanagement, and economic hardships. In times
Practical Needs for Ukraine’s Orphans
State run orphanages are home to more than 100,000 children in Ukraine. Many of these orphanages are run-down and have few resources for repairs or training programs.
How Love Can Change the Fate of Ukraine's High Risk Orphans
Recent statistics tell a sad story for the future of orphans in the Ukraine - as they become too old to live in them, 60% of girls turn to prostitution and 70% of boys turn to crime, just to survive.
A Special Uganda Project
David Miclash from our Alongside International Program is here to talk about the upcoming April trip to Uganda. All are welcome to join him for the trip - those with construction and medical experience, those with general help and most importantly, t
The Story of Mykoli
More than 100,000 children are orphans in Ukraine. Many of them grow up knowing their parents are still alive but are unable or unwilling to care for them. Crossroads Relief and Development has partnered with a local seminary to bring hope and joy in
Typhoon Aftermath: Locating a Birth Mother in the Philippines
Paul and Melinda Estabrooks talk about their search to find Melinda's birth mother in the Philippines after the typhoon hit earlier this year.
Give an Eternal Gift This Christmas
David Shelley goes around the world as a representative of Crossroads Relief & Development department to bring hope and life in places where people had forgotten.
Give Life to Ukrainian Orphans
Similar to many Eastern European nations, Ukraine struggle in the wake of the break-up of the Soviet Union. Thus Crossroads sponsors a vital program that sends students to state run orphanages to love
Overcoming Devastating Loss
The Stewart family honour their late relative though "Emma's House"
Alice Finds a Home - Part 2
Across Uganda, one of the most heart-breaking situations that has arisen from poverty and sickness is child headed households. When children lose their parents, they are often left to fend for themse