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Recent News

  • Fear Not, Neither Be Dismayed

    The Crossroad Extra staff teamed up with Crossroad Bible Institute’s international department to interview Antonio Prieto Surmay, the director of...
  • Giving the Gift of God’s Word—In Swahili

    Call it Christmas in July. The launch of Crossroad Bible Institute’s discipleship courses in Shimo La Tewa Prison in Mombasa, Kenya,...
  • The Battle for a Single Soul

    Some of Phong’s earliest memories, dim and hazy in the back of his mind, are of a war-ravaged country. Communism...
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Testimonials

I’ve been grading CBI lessons for more than seven years, and I love to see the Holy Spirit’s work in the hearts of prisoners...
Peter B., CBI Instructor, TN
These Bible studies bring peace to my body and rest to my soul and provide food for my spirit...
Sonya A., CBI Student, TX
The Instructors are like God’s earthly messengers who give hope and strength to prisoners...
Victoria G., CBI Student, IN
The ministry of CBI has once again affirmed that, indeed, our labor in the Lord is never in vain...
Roger W., CBI Instructor, Singapore
I am so grateful for CBI. You are the beam glowing from our eternal lighthouse, Jesus Christ...
Justin P., CBI Student, Canada
In a society that is saturated with faux Christianity, it’s a thrill to mentor prisoners who have a hunger for Christ and His Word...
Dave T., CBI Instructor, MO
The CBI lessons are training me to keep God number one in my life...
Richard C., CBI Student, UT
Prison is a tough place on the mind. Your courses free our minds...
James M., CBI Student, CO

Get to Know This International Partner

  • CBI Sierra Leone
    Year founded: 2012. Director: Lahai Kargbo. CBI Sierra Leone was launched in 2012 with thirty-six students in four prisons, including two juvenile facilities. The greatest challenge facing the ministry’s work among juveniles is the need for reentry assistance. Since juvenile offenders are usually...
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