Year End Letter

As we come to the end of 2020, I want to express my deep appreciation for the outpouring of love and support in the heaven-going of my husband, Rev. Leo Neff, on 10/31/20. His death was unexpected by us but not the Lord. Although it has proved to be a challenging adjustment, the love and honor he and we have received from so many people have made it bearable, so thank you! The donations to the ministry made in his name have been amazing and humbling to my family and me. It is with grateful hearts we receive these gifts. 


Our hope is in the Lord, always even in these challenging times! Many of you have experienced significant losses this year, too. Please know you are in our hearts and prayers as a team here at CrossRoads. 

This ministry began its 20th year in September, which seems impossible to me. We have been blessed to serve the Body of Christ and those who choose us to help them through counseling, teaching, and training. 

We would not exist without the grace of God and support from the people of God. Thank you! To our amazing current and past board members, thank you for standing with us through all these years. 


May the Lord richly reward each of you for all you have done for my family, the counselors, and support staff. Please know we are only a phone call away to serve you! 



Kathleen A Neff, Executive Director

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CrossRoads Ministries exists to glorify God, serve the body of Christ and advance the Kingdom of God.


"Thank you for creating a safe place for people to express how they feel and learn to do life differently"


"This ministry has helped me get through tough times in my life and walk with the Lord. They have encouraged me so much and have been such a blessing.  Going to Christian Counseling is the best thing you could do. They have lots of good wisdom to give you."


"This seminar was the breath of fresh air I needed as a parent.  The techniques we are employing have brought new life to our connection as a family."


"It (counseling) provided a forum where my husband heard me and some of my feelings were validated."

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