To Glorify God by Training Christian Leaders to Reach a Multiethnic Urban World for Christ
Crossroads Bible College exists to glorify God by training Christian leaders to reach a multiethnic urban world for Christ. With our emphasis on biblical, gospel-centered training with a focus on urban ministry and racial reconciliation, Crossroads produces graduates through an affordable and effective education.

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Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth.

2 Timothy 2:15

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Professors at Crossroads helped her learn how to focus on directing her gifts and abilities but more importantly how to discern, “dig in” and learn.

“I was taught to see all of life as sacred”, she said. “Eventually produce independent films that promote positive values and realistic problems/solutions from God’s perspective”.

Lachelle Feavel: Heartland Film Festival Intern

Crossroads Bible College tuition based upon 28 semester hours per year including matriculation fees. Price does not include cost of books, food, or other living expenses. Additional fees may apply for class withdrawals, academic disqualification, or failure to meet financial aid program requirements.
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It’s not about race or culture I learned. It’s about people—people whom God loves.

In the classroom, Ray commented on the people, his fellow classmates, as having the biggest impact on his life. Ray lit up with excitement, “We came from all different starting points, and this made the discussions lively.”

Ray Hashley: WGNR Station Manager & Morning Host. Class of ’09.


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