Kansas City, MO

Founded: 1931

Tel: (816) 479-7300

Website: http://www.crossworld.org

Top LeaderRev. Dale Losch

Donor Contact: Ms. Lydia Eckhoff

Member Since: July 22, 2004

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $17,325,729
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $796,230
   Total Revenue $18,121,959
   Total Expenses $17,997,739
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $15,548,574
Total Liabilities $810,906
Net Assets $14,737,668
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Crossworld's dream is to engage disciple-makers from all professions in bringing God's love to life in the world's least reached marketplaces. Today some 340 workers serve on 80 teams in 30 ministry areas of the world. Crossworld workers have been taking the good news of Jesus to the hard places of the world for more than 80 years. As the world is united by technology, business, travel and a thirst for a common language, doors of opportunity are opening.

While some African pastors own a study Bible or an English book left by a missionary, they rarely have anything else. With no way to obtain quality resources, false theology often infiltrates the church. The Pastors’ Library project hosts conferences across French-speaking Africa for pastors to learn to use the resources given to them. At the end of the conference, each pastor receives a 34-book set of commentaries, theologies, concordances and other resources to help them lead their churches.
Isolated in the mountains of Asia, in a place vocational ministry workers can’t legally enter, nomadic highland herders are cut off from the gospel and have never even heard the name of Jesus. Children live at boarding schools nine months a year, where a special focus is learning English. Crossworld teams are taking e-readers loaded with content designed to help children learn to read, write and speak English, and the content includes Bible stories!
In the 1930s, Crossworld took its first steps into hard places — the jungles of Congo and Brazil. Today the hard places have moved. With uncompromising biblical truth, we are engaging believers from all walks of life to bring the love of Jesus to restricted places. The Global Advance Fund supports high-impact ministries around the world through the training, placement and support of disciple-makers in the world's least-reached marketplaces. Help us reach new hard places.
In the jungles of northern Brazil, entire villages have been changed by the gospel. But few have had the opportunity to study the Bible or be discipled. The MICALI program, or Indigenous Leaders Training Ministry, disciples and trains local leaders within their cultural context. The training is about applying biblical truth to everyday life. Since the program began in 2009, God has expanded its reach from training 10 leaders each year to 1,500. Please join us!
Shalom University in Bunia, Democratic Republic of Congo, became a refuge for more than 1,300 people from different warring tribes when civil war broke out in the late 1990s. Today, the university and seminary train leaders to take the hope of the gospel to their nation. Priorities for development include student housing, classrooms, and offices for faculty seeking to invest in a generation of godly leaders in Congo.
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