Isn’t It Strange?


Isn’t it strange how a 20 dollar bill seems like such a large amount when you donate it to church, but such a small amount when you go shopping?

Isn’t it strange how 2 hours seem so long when you’re at church and how short they seem when you’re watching a good movie?

Isn’t it strange that you can’t find the words to say when you’re praying, but you have no trouble thinking what to talk about with a friend?

Isn’t it strange how difficult and boring it can be to read one chapter of the Bible, but how easy it is to read 100 pages of a popular novel or PEOPLE magazine?

Isn’t it strange how folks want front row seat tickets to concerts or games, but they do whatever is possible to sit in the last row in church?

Isn’t it strange how we need to know about an event for church 2-3 weeks before the day so we can include it in our agenda, but we can adjust for other events in the last minute?

Isn’t it strange how difficult it is to learn a fact about God to share it with others, but how easy it is to learn, understand, extend and repeat gossip?

Isn’t it strange how we believe everything that magazines and newspapers say, but we question the words in the Bible?

Amen, in Jesus name I accept my blessings of desires in abundance of immeasurable proportion, I accept salvation by confessing with my mouth that you my Lord Jesus, King of kings are my Lord and Savior, my God, because of you father everything I speak comes to fruition commanded by the Holy Ghost, through the everlasting love of Jesus Christ, embraced in Gods mercy and grace. Amen...  Lisa Christiansen, child of the one true king ΙΧΘΥΣ

Kind words from our CTW family:

‘Bless you for all you do.  The crosses have been such a blessing to so many who have received them.  I have given them out to family members at funerals as well as to all of my church members.  I make them available to those under counseling as well.  Literally anyone who comes in my office.’

                                    Pastor Bill – Owendale & Kilmanagh United Methodist Churches, MI

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‘I originally received about 40 crosses from a friend in Arizona who is an assistant pastor and part-time hospice worker.  I found a good home for each cross in California.’

1. To a woman who lost her husband, son and daughter in 18 months

2. To each member of my small group Bible study

3. To a woman who lost her son

4. To a doctor who lost his brother

5. To my niece

6. To my 5 year old granddaughter and 1 year old grandson (my granddaughter memorized the words on the hangtag)

7. To homeless people

Tom – CA

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‘Love your emails! Always uplifting; gives me inspiration that “hope” & ‘love” is out there! I enjoy the smiles when giving the crosses.  I thank you & God’s blessings!’

Brenda – ND

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And, this kindness continues to be carried through the cross to waiting hands from these family members:

Trinity United Methodist Church – Lomira, WI for Operation Christmas Child

CHI St. Gabriel’s Health – Little Falls, MN

Sharon – MN

St. Francis Hospital Pastoral Care – Tulsa, OK

Joy – Duluth

Pisgah Baptist Church – Cloverport, KY

Valene – MN

Tom – CA

CALOFMN – Minneapolis, MN

Lake Union Evangelical Covenant Church – South Haven, MN for Operation Christmas Child

Owendale United Methodist Church – Owendale, MI

Nancy – MO

Cora – MN

Candice – CA for Operations Christmas Child

Our Savior’s Lutheran Church – Topeka, KS

Meghan – MA

Lenox United Methodist Church – Lenox, IA

Sandra – PA


Recently, our crosses were placed in the hands of Christian Action League of Minnesota (CALofMN).  A faith-based organization, CALofMN provides education to people struggling with addition to pornography as well as offering support to people/families who have been exposed to sexual exploitation and human trafficking.

We are very honored to be able to partner with CALofMN, giving people hope that their God is watching over them and that He does love them, regardless of their situation.  Sometimes, all it takes is a little tangible something to hold onto to make the big difference.  We pray our little crosses will do just that.

For more information about CALofMN and the work it does, click HERE.


Love Outreach

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Meet Me In The Stairwell
by Stacey Randall

You say you will never forget where you were when you heard the news On September 11, 2001. Neither will I.

I was on the 110th floor in a smoke filled room with a man who called his wife to say ‘Good-Bye.’ I held his fingers steady as he dialed. I gave him the peace to say, ‘Honey, I am not going to make it, but it is OK..I am ready to go.’

I was with his wife when he called as she fed breakfast to their children. I held her up as she tried to understand his words and as she realized he wasn’t coming home that night.

I was in the stairwell of the 23rd floor when a woman cried out to Me for help. ‘I have been knocking on the door of your heart for 50 years!’ I said. ‘Of course I will show you the way home – only believe in Me now.’

I was at the base of the building with the Priest ministering to the injured and devastated souls. I took him home to tend to his Flock in Heaven. He heard my voice and answered.

I was on all four of those planes, in every seat, with every prayer. I was with the crew as they were overtaken. I was in the very hearts of the believers there, comforting and assuring them that their faith has saved them.

I was in Texas, Virginia, California, Michigan, Afghanistan. I was standing next to you when you heard the terrible news. Did you sense Me?

I want you to know that I saw every face. I knew every name – though not all know Me. Some met Me for the first time on the 86th floor.

Some sought Me with their last breath. Some couldn’t hear Me calling to them through the smoke and flames; ‘Come to Me… this way… take my hand.’ Some chose, for the final time, to ignore Me. But, I was there.

I did not place you in the Tower that day. You may not know why, but I do. However, if you were there in that explosive moment in time, would you have reached for Me?

Sept. 11, 2001, was not the end of the journey for you. But someday your journey will end. And I will be there for you as well. Seek Me now while I may be found. Then, at any moment, you know you are ‘ready to go.’

I will be in the stairwell of your final moments.




Sharing love with the community was the goal of the “Love Outreach” event held the first week of August in Park Rapids, MN, kicking the event off with a concert featuring Christian rap and ending the next day with an all-day block party.

The organizer of this event said this:

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“Some people are afraid to be loved.  People on our Frontline Mission Team (which is part of the Peace Makers group in California) are the kind of people who can reach them. Everybody needs to know there’s hope in God. Love is God. That’s our message. All God wants is for us to love. That’s it and that’s the greatest.”

A couple of the ways this group showed love to the community was fixing bikes so kids could come and get their bikes fixed at no charge; another way was to provide transportation to the Love Outreach for people who wanted to come but had no way to get there.   It was all about showing love to others, the way God intended.  Nothing else asked, nothing else expected.

This event was the first annual and was well attended.   We were excited to participate by providing crosses for all who wished to have one and they were very well received.  We look forward to partnering with Love Outreach for many years to come!

If you would like more information about Love Outreach (maybe organize something like this for your community?), click HERE.



And, we thank everyone for this good news to share:

Thank you for sharing the good news.  It always uplifts my day.  God is good.   Cindy – TX

I have used your “crosses” in our ministry to women leaving prison and to those ex offenders who are coming to our housing from prison. It is truly a blessing to gift them with the crosses! Thank you all so much for this ministry of love and encouragement!    Catherine

Thank you for your ministry in spreading the good news that Jesus is the only way.  Marlene – MN

Thank you for your quick response to my orders and for the joy of giving them to others.   Joy – MN

I have been leaving crosses … everywhere.  If it draws even one person closer to the Lord, it’s worth everything.    Liz – PA

And, these crosses as well:

Christian Life Assembly of God – Waunakee, WI

Donna – MN

Hilltop Chapel – Palisade, MN

Frank – MI

Dorothy – MN

Open Door Community Church – Breezy Point, MN

James – PA

Carla – MN

Marlene – MN

Cora – MN

Bob – MN

God’s Country Cooperative Parish – Newberry, MI

Diane – CO

Don – MN

Liz – PA



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Jesus Loves Kalamazoo

Just exactly what is Jesus Loves Kzoo?  Well, here’s what they have to say about it:

‘It’s an evangelistic movement that has been growing over the past 11+ years in the Kalamazoo, MI area and, in recent years, volunteers from over 60 area Christ-following churches and ministries have been coming together through Jesus Loves Kzoo (JLK) events to share God’s love and the Good News of Jesus Christ to the community.  They say it is their greatest desire that every event become a ‘catalyst’, igniting passion for Jesus and birthing continuing ministry.

JLK’s belief is that as ‘the Church’ steps out and shares the love of Jesus Christ together, God will use their obedience to bring healing, revival and transformation to their region.

Their mission is to:

Cultivate unity among Christ-following churches and ministries;

Reveal God’s kingdom through acts of love and compassion done together in the name of Jesus

Engage ‘the Church’ in community outreach throughout the year

Connect seeking individuals to resources and discipleship

Their kick-off, or ‘Catalyst Week’, for 2019 was July 7-12 and it was a wonderful opportunity for volunteers in the area to serve and introduce others to Jesus through hands-on experiences.’

And, for the first time, Cross The World partnered with them!  Crosses were put in the hands of the many volunteers who shared them with those wishing to know more about God and His love for us. We feel very privileged to have played our part in this ministry.  Here’s what they had to say about us on Facebook:

‘Thank you to Cross the World for supporting us this Catalyst Week with these beautiful crosses! As your mission is “Making God’s love visible, one cross at a time.” We pray that this Catalyst week that God would use these crosses to “Make Gods Love Visible”. God bless you and your ministry.’

If you’d like more information about Jesus Loves Kzoo, find out more about their beliefs and/or mission statement, or learn more about how Catalyst Week works, visit their website HERE.



Last month, ‘Ernie’s girls’ from Heartwood Senior Living in Crosby, MN visited us for an indoor Hawaiian luau … or Weiner Day, as we call it.  They feasted on grilled hotdogs, tropical salad and fresh salsa, along with other tasty treats.  Everyone had a grand time!






And again, we say THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF OUR HEARTS!’  to these ladies.  They make a MAJOR contribution to Cross The World, as they meet each month to string the hangtags to the crosses.   We really couldn’t do it without them; God blesses us every time we’re together!



Our crosses were placed in others hands by these folks in July.  We thank them for so freely sharing God’s love.

Julie – MI for Jesus Loves Kzoo

K – AZ

Community Lutheran Church – Bullhead City, AZ

Dana – MI for LAMP Ministry

Bobby – MN

Barbara – PA

Four Mile Presbyterian Church – Beaver, PA

St. Francis Hospital Pastoral Care – Tulsa, OK

Carla – MN

Hosanna! Lutheran Church – St. Charles, IL

Joy – MN

Edward – TX

Ronnie – KS

St. Peter Lutheran Church – Greenwood Village, CO

Joplin Family Worship Center – Joplin, MO

Angelic Enterprises – Park Rapids, MN

Open Door Community Church – Breezy Point, MN

Don – MN

St. Cloud Hospital Spiritual Care – St. Cloud, MN

Cora – MN

Paul – PA



May the Lord bless you for your love and concern for a world in turmoil and not praising our Lord and Savior.    James from Pennsylvania

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Project Video Mission Trip

Imagine two grains of wheat lying on the floor of a warm and cozy barn.  One day, the farmer comes in and tells them, “I want to take you out of this comfortable barn and plant you in the earth.  I’m going to place you in the cold ground and cover you with soil.  it will be dark, and you will die.  But I promise that you will multiply and become very fruitful.”

The first grain of wheat turns down the suggestion.  “No way!” he says.  “Count me out.  I like my comfort, and I don’t want to die.”  But the second one, after carefully considering the pain and discomfort of dying, decides the promise of a future harvest is worth the sacrifice.  So, the farmer takes him outside and plants him in the ground, while allowing the first grain of wheat to remain inside the barn.

A few days later, a small green sprout begins to appear over where the seed has been planted.  Then it grows and becomes a tall stalk of wheat that produces one hundred more grains. For the next 40 years, the farmer plants all the seeds that originated from that first grain of wheat, and year after year, the harvest multiplies.  Meanwhile, the grain of wheat that stayed in the barn remains there all alone, never growing or multiplying … but he has stayed very comfortable.

Which grain of wheat are you?  Are you playing it safe, or have you let Christ plant you in the world? The only way you’ll become useful and fruitful in God’s kingdom is by abiding in Him and trusting that His desires for your life are worthwhile.                              – Charles Stanley



In many countries, the gospel can’t be shared freely. Repressive governments and religions stop Christians from telling others about Jesus.  However, God is mightier than the oppression.  Where human messengers can’t carry the good news, the Lord is revealing Himself to those whose hearts are open.  Nothing will stop Him from reaching out to people who follow conscience and creation to the logical conclusion – the existence of a loving, sovereign God.

We know there are missionaries who travel to some areas of the world that are not always safe and/or their presence is not welcome but they persevere, much like that grain of wheat that was planted, flourished and, as a result, multiplied the amount of God’s love shown to others who might not have ever had the opportunity to learn about His goodness.  In January, some missionaries from Messiah Lutheran Church, Lakeville, MN safely journeyed to and were welcomed by the people of Thailand and Cambodia for Project Video.  They forwarded us two videos from their trip and we wanted to share.

Click HERE to see their visit to the Akha people in Thailand.

Click HERE to see their visit to the Bunong people in Cambodia.

We thank them for sharing their travels with us and also for presenting the cross to these people.  Cross The World is very privileged to travel with you!



And, here’s some awesome testimonials:

‘These crosses make a difference.  Thank you for your ministry.’  Frank – MN

‘Amazing story about the Cross the World. I received my cross at the Fredericksburg, TX Cowboy Church that we attend while wintering in Fredericksburg. Someone had ordered them and put them out to share. We are back home in NW Minnesota and so fun to see that they are made right here in Lake Country. I have wanted to order some. This should be the opportune time to do that.’  Coleen – MN

And, this from our Sister in Christ, Kay from Monticello, MN, who shared pictures:

‘Hi!  Were your ears ringing today?  We were talking about your awesome crosses and your ministry.  I had ladies over to my house today and we made 160 necklaces out of your crosses.  We will hand them out at our booth at Monticello Walk and Roll day June’s second Saturday.  Was a fun day.  God bless you!’  



Crosses made a difference in peoples’ lives during May and June.  Here’s who shared with others:

Open Door Community Church – Breezy Point, MN

Good Samaritan Society, Heritage Meadows – St. Peter, MN

Birch Ridge Resort – Cass Lake, MN

Liz – PA

Diana – MN

Harbor City Church – Aberdeen, WA

Bill – MN

Oracle Union Church – Oracle, AZ

KTIS Radio – St. Paul, MN

Barbara – MN

Geralyn – PA

St. Francis Hospital Pastoral Care – Tulsa, OK

Patricia – PA

Messiah Lutheran Church – Lakeville, MN for mission trip to Thailand and Cambodia

Dr. Jim – MI

Samantha – MI

Joy – MN

MN Homeless and Wounded Warriors

Connie – MN

Yvette – CA

Zion Lutheran Church – Litchfield, MN

Buddy – AK

Don – MN

Edward – TX

Trinity Lutheran Church – Fergus Falls, MN for mission trip to Canada through LAMP Ministry



Let love be your greatest aim.

 1 Corinthians 14:1


Presbyterian Homes Tribute




On Good Friday, Presbyterian Homes posted a wonderful tribute to Cross The World on their blog.  We were so touched with their post about our cross ministry, we wanted to share it with all of you.

‘Good Friday marks the crucifixion and death of Jesus. For Christians, this is a solemn day of reflection on the meaning of the cross in anticipation of Easter and the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection.

The cross is a beloved symbol shared by people of the Christian faith around the world. The cross, a brutal tool of execution by the ancient Roman Empire, was transformed into a symbol of God’s steadfast love and sacrifice when Jesus poured out his whole being for us by dying on the cross.

A group of about 20 resident volunteers at Heartwood, located in Crosby, MN, have found a unique way to share the message of the cross by helping to send hand made wooden crosses all over the world.  They work with Cross The World, a faith based ministry located in North Central Minnesota, that supplies over 2,500 crosses to Heartwood every month for the volunteers to prepare for distribution.
“We believe in the cross and that it’s important for us to share our faith with people,” said Heartwood resident Elynn Niles, one of the original volunteers who helped start the group in 2014. “It’s just clicked with us!” she said.
The crosses, measuring 4 x 2.5 inches, are crafted at the Cross The World workshop in nearby Emily, MN. Each cross is cut one at a time from recycled wood materials by a volunteer woodworker and, much like the individuals who will receive them, no two crosses are alike. Then, residents who live at Heartwood lovingly complete the gift by threading jute twine through the crosses and attaching a prayer card that reads:
                                                   TRUST – in HIS timing
                                                   RELY – on HIS promises
                                                   WAIT – for HIS answers
                                                   REJOICE – in HIS goodness
                                                   BELIEVE – in HIS miracles
                                                   RELAX – in HIS presence

Elynn estimates that the group has sent over 200,000 crosses across the world since they began five years ago.  ““It’s our faith that keeps us doing this,” she said. The group prepared over 9,000 crosses that were given out at the 2017 Boy Scout National Jamboree.  They have given crosses to people as nearby as a neighbor at Heartwood and as far away as Malawi in Africa.

They are also inspired by the mission of Cross the World, “to touch people’s lives by giving out crosses for free as a simple reminder that God is in their corner, no matter what.” As thousands of crosses travel far and wide, the volunteers at Heartwood are proud to be a part of this tangible way to share the love of Christ, one cross at a time.’


We thank Presbyterian Homes for their kind words and can only say the admiration for the residents of Heartwood Senior Living goes both ways.  We don’t know what we would do without them!  God bless them all!!



And, these words from our Sister in Christ, Kay:

‘Hi, my daughter-in-law gave me all this fake fur which was donated to her.  We will make scarves for the shoe boxes.  Praise the Lord.  We also put your cross necklaces into them.’




April crosses were sent to:

Geralyn – PA

Sunny Knik Chapel – Wasilla, AK

Grace United Methodist Church – Fergus Falls, MN

St. Francis Hospital Pastoral Care – Tulsa, OK

Paul – PA

He Intends Victory – Irvine, CA

Second Assembly of God – Joplin, MO

Christ English Lutheran Church – Fridley, MN

Peace Lutheran Church – New London, MN

Caley – MI

Patty – ND

United Methodist Church – Smithton, PA

Crossing Home – Minneapolis, MN

Norris Square (Presbyterian Homes) – Cottage Grove, MN

Pam – PA

Joyce – MN

Kay – MN

Don – MN



J – Just for today, let me be a blessing with
E – eyes and ears ready to
S – see other’s needs and hearts as I
U – uplift your name while serving and living by
S – simply allowing others to see you alive in my life. 



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Missionary Work in Haiti

Recently, our church was visited by a missionary family whose intent it is to work in northern Haiti.  Currently living in northern MN, Richie works for a plumbing company and Robin is in the nursing field.  Their skills will come in handy when they finally reach their destination as Richie will be the main guy to get the plumbing fixed in the local hospital along with getting the pumps working that will bring water from the local cistern to the city; Robin will be interfacing with the staff and patients, especially the children, at the same hospital.

They are in the preparation period.  They still need to get financing set up.  Their life is busy with traveling to various locations where they are learning the native language or where Richie learns application skills for the specific job function he needs for the hospital work.  There are school supplies that need to be ordered; they have two young boys who will be home schooled when they aren’t busy visiting the kids in the hospital with their mom or just playing outside with the locals.

We could all feel the excitement they have for this venture as we listened to them tell their story.  They have visited Haiti once before and have some knowledge about what life will be for them there and, while there will be shortages of water and electricity (when the generator at the hospital shuts down, so does their house), while the nearest big town for shopping is 8 hours away by car, and while it isn’t the safest place to live, their commitment to this calling remains undeterring.

Richie and Robin have asked for prayers:  For settling the unrest protesters against economic management and corruption are causing; that there will be effective communication between the people in Haiti and the government; that the health and safety of workers at their hospital be protected.  They have asked for guidance that their time and skills will be used wisely; that they will be fruitful in their spiritual partnerships with individuals and the local churches; and that their ministry team will continue to grow.

The organization they are working through is Crossworld (we found the closeness of their organization’s name to ours quite astonishing!).  If you would like more information about Crossworld, please click HERE.

Our crosses are accompanying them on their travels; we would like you to keep this young family in your prayers as well.



Here are some great testimonials we received; we thank you!


‘Thank you for the crosses.  We will be so excited to share these with our church family.  Thank you for all you do!’

Alison – Grace United Church, Lloydminster, Alberta Canada

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‘God’s richest blessings to all of you at Cross The World.’

In His love – Susan, Community Lutheran Church, Bullhead City, AZ

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‘We are Winter Texans.  Received your beautiful cross at the Cowboy Church.  A basket of them were left on the table for anyone to take.  I will be passing mine on to my family and friends.  What a blessing.  The Lord’s word, crossing the world, one cross at a time.  Praise the Lord for your discipleship.’

Coleen – TX

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Thank you, also, to the following for giving our crosses ‘feet’ this last month.  To God goes the glory!

Open Door Community Church – Breezy Point, MN

Gethsemane Lutheran Church – Dassel, MN

Good Samaritan Society – Inver Grove Heights, MN

Community Lutheran Church – Bullhead City, AZ

Grace United Methodist Church – Fergus Falls, MN

Sandra – WA

Karen – IA

Canaan Moravian Church – Davenport, ND

Nancy – MO for mission trip to Belize

Don – MN

Second Assembly of God – Joplin, MO

Janice – MN

Center of Hope – Sioux Falls, SD

Hilltop Chapel – Palisade, MN for mission trip to Haiti

Dodie – MN for MN Teen Challenge, Brainerd MN

Our Saviors Lutheran Church – Rock Valley, IA

Gold Canyon United Methodist Church – Gold Canyon, AZ

Dorothy – MN

Carla – MN



Because of what the Son has done, we have been set free.  Because of Him, all of our sins have been forgiven.

  Colossians 1:13


He is risen.  Celebrate the Savior!

Wishing you all a very blessed Easter.


You Are Your Church’s Blessing

During storms, emperor penguins huddle for warmth, taking turns at the center and on the perimeter of the group.  While incubating eggs, up to 6000 male penguins have been observed clustering for shelter against the harsh Antarctic winter.  Partially grown chicks gather in protective ‘creches’ (French for cribs); often surrounded by a colony of adults, these groupings ward off predators and cold.

In stormy times, humans also need supportive groups; we can’t survive alone.  A church family allows us to take turns giving and receiving care.  Amid social upheaval, injustice, illness, natural disaster and any loss or crisis, God invites us to gather for protection and warmth.  In the church community, we support and strengthen one another and are empowered to go out again into the less-sheltered world.

God places each Christian in a local church with intention and purpose.  What’s more, He has given every believer a spiritual gift with which to serve.  If one member doesn’t use his or her gift, then the entire body suffers as a result.  You are needed by the people in your church and you need them as well.  This amazing entity known as the church is a blessing and you are part of it.




We’ve received some awesome testimonials from CTW family members and we thought you would all enjoy reading them too.

I found my cross in Oatman, AZ. What a find! I needed God’s reassurance that I was on the right path. There it was. Thank you Jesus.

Shirley – AZ

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I took a box full of those lovely crosses to our small local Food Pantry where I volunteer. We are not permitted to offer a cross to anyone directly but are allowed to leave the box in plain view so that all can take one or not. At the end of the day there was only ONE cross left. May God bless you and all you love with His greatest blessings. The minute I have more money I will order more crosses.

In His love,  Geo – AZ

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I am lead to start a Pen Pals Mail – Childrens Ministry and I am going to use these inside the envelopes with the story/activity book.  Easter theme is my next one and these will be perfect.  I love them!  Thank you! 

Caley – MI 

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We do cold calls for our church in our town as well as prayer requests in people’s homes.  We would like to leave them something to remember us by. 

Eldon – MO

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Thank you Shirley, Geo, Caley and Eldon for sharing your thoughts with us!



Here’s the family members who got our crosses in February:

Karen – WA

Dar – MN

Kay – MN for mission trip to Guatemala

Latter Rain Ministries – Kingman, AZ

Rejoice Lutheran Church – Clearwater, MN

Don – MN

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church – Bruno, MN

St. Francis Hospital Pastoral Care – Tulsa, OK

Russ – MN for Homeless and Wounded Warriors-MN

Bob – TX

Jason – MN

Immaculate Conception Council of Catholic Women – Columbia Heights, MN

Grace United Church – Lloydminster, Alberta, Canada

Chaplain Scott – AR

St. Peter’s Lutheran Church – New York Mills, MN

Linda – MN

Classy Jacs Guiding Light – Joplin, MO

Gethsemane Lutheran Church – Dassel, MN

Fayette Congregational Church – Fayette, MI

Charles – ND



A couple of reminders for you:

Daylight savings times starts Sunday, March 10th! Remember to set your clocks ahead!!


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If you are thinking you would like crosses for the Lenten/ Easter season, please request them as soon as you can.  This is a busy time in our woodshop and we want to help everyone get their crosses in time to meet their needs.  Thanks!