Local Missions

"Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these
brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.”

Matthew 25:40

As the church, we are called to impact our communities. We bring the hope of the gospel to those around us as we serve. Check out our partners below and find a place to show others the hope of Jesus.

Our Local Missions Coordinators are Gina Hicks, Barbara Hardage and Christy Bailey-Byers. You can email them at cbclocalmissions@crossroadsbible.org.

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Local Missions Organizations

Salvation Army

The Salvation Army's mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in his name without discrimination. This provides us an opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus to our local community to provide meals and other items to those in need in our community.

How to get involved:
During this pandemic, the Salvation Army pantry has been distributing groceries and hygiene items. They are especially in need of the following regular-sized items: toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo & conditioner, razors, shave gel/cream, deodorant, bar soap or body wash.   You can bring these items and drop them off under the portico at CBC in the marked bins.

Additionally, the Salvation Army likes to give out groceries in "Bags of Hope".   We can help by decorating some plain grocery bags for them with pictures and Bible verses.   This is a great project for families to do together.   Bags waiting to be decorated will also be under the portico at CBC. Please return them to the "completed" bin.

Second Sunday serving meals to those in need.  Volunteers come one Sunday per month from 11:30am to 1:30pm.  They bring four quarts of potato salad (can purchase from Walmart for $20 total), pack meals and hand them out.  Social distancing is followed. Click here to sign up!

Contact: Gina Hicks at billginatwo@yahoo.com


Lovepacs provides food on the weekends and holidays to children who receive subsidized meals at school and do not have enough to eat on school breaks.  Its mission is to engage communities to feed children in need as an expression of love. Lovepacs’ vision is that communities experience God’s love by serving together to provide food for children in need.

The Lewisville division currently serves weekend and holiday break meals to approximately 350 children in 10 schools.
For more information about current food drives and needs, follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/lovepacslewisville/ or visit their website http://www.lovepacs.org/lewisville/.

Laundry Love

CBC volunteer ministers to the homeless families affiliated with the Lewisville Salvation  Army. Immediate needs:

Quarters!  Bring quarters to the church to donate to help with the laundry machines each week.

Volunteers willing show up at StarBrite Laundromat located at 788 S. Mill St in Lewisville, and add coins and soap to the washers and dryers. While waiting for wash to be finished, volunteers minister to the families by reading to the kids, a little light tutoring and simply love on the parents. Third Tuesday nights of each month from 7:00-8:30 p.m.

Contact: Barbara Hardage hardageb52@aol.com

Senior Care Ministries

CBC provides a 45 minute worship service every week Sunday at six facilities in the Flower Mound area. Most of the residents at these facilities were CBC members or have family members who are CBC members. Immediate needs:

Substitute teachers during the weekly bible studies at six different facilities
Teach, lead worship or hang out at any of our six facilities on some Sunday mornings.
Anyone is always welcome to come out during the week to play games, read or visit with residents.

Contact: Dick Knight dknight17@verizon.net

Jail Ministry

CBC volunteer ministers to inmates in the Denton County jails. Immediate needs:

Male volunteers willing to be spiritual mentors on Wednesday nights from 5:00-7:00 p.m. for men released from prison.
Volunteers can also write letters of encouragement to the inmates.