Paul L. Caron

Thursday, November 25, 2010

A Cincinnati (and India and South Africa) Thanksgiving

One of the many things we love about Cincinnati is our local church -- Crossroads, which was started by 11 people in March 1996. We have been going since the opening service and have watched in awe as Crossroads has grown to be a 14,000-member behemoth. We are honored to participate in the church's third capital campaign, which concluded this week with $46 million raised to fund four initiatives: new church sites around Cincinnati; CityLink, a one-stop center designed to alleviate poverty in Cincinnati; after-care homes in Mumbai, India for girls rescued from sex slavery through our partnership with International Justice Mission; and medical clinics near our partner church in Mamelodi, South Africa:

We also celebrated the church's annual Thanksgiving food drive, which this year amassed food for 250,000 meals for those in need in Cincinnati, New Orleans, and South Africa:

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