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What Do We Do in Colquitt County?

Make or break moments exist in everyone’s life. Here at Crossroads Gospel Rescue Mission, we believe we have a particular responsibility to help others at those moments. Located in Colquitt County, Crossroads is a transitional housing facility for men who find themselves wanting change in their life. Unlike a homeless shelter, Crossroads does not just provide housing and meals. We provide the tools to help men out of self-destructive patterns in order to make them into transformed people and productive citizens in our city. We seek to bring life to these men by introducing them to the Author of life himself – Jesus Christ. We do through our three important philosophies. We are:



Total Transformation


A Brotherhood
Hello, my name is Donald Ray Bradshaw,

I grew up here in Moultrie, GA and had a troubled past resulting in a lot of bad decisions. This landed me in-and-out of jail more than a couple times. While I was in jail, I met a man who came and ministered to me and the other inmates. So, when I got out I attended a couple of meetings with him which eventually led to one-on-one discipleship and mentoring relationships. The commitment has changed my life. As my relationship with him grew, my relationship with Jesus Christ grew. A few months passed and I began to get involved with the Crossroads Mission. This has been a blessing to me because now I can serve and encourage other men whose lives resemble my old way of life. Crossroads Mission provides a safe environment for broken and lost individuals to be discipled and restored with a foundation they can build on for the rest of their lives. God’s hand pulled me out of the pit and now I want to extend God’s hand of grace to help others in our community through Crossroads Mission.

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I shall be telling this with a sigh, somewhere ages and ages hence: two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. – Robert Frost