• Timothy Project: Valor Kenya 2017 is pleased to come alongside a wonderful mission team of Valor students and staff as they spent 12 days working hard to accomplish an impressive number of projects. Near the end of the school year, Timothy Project received a request for Rapids jerseys from a team preparing to go to Kenya.  While they were not sure exactly when or how the jerseys were to be used, they were confident that many would be blessed by them. Toby Coffman, Valor Christian teacher, reached out to Timothy Project with the request.  His explanation of the trip's itinerary was extensive. We are taking a group of 18 high school students over to Kenya.  We will be visiting primarily

    Jun 29,
  • Timothy Project: Nuevo Tantoan, Mexico 2017 is a dream come true for Andrea Duran who has desired to reach the poor of rural Mexico for many years.  After a year of saving her personal funds, organizing a VBS and orchestrating it all with her sisters who live in Mexico, Duran is ready to travel to Nuevo Tantoan.  While in the area she and her sisters will encourage and support the local soccer team with donations from CrossTraining's Timothy Project. Duran shares her heart and long-time desire, "My dream is to be a missionary and help the children living in poverty in Mexico. For that reason, a year ago I began to save money for this project. I have around $1,000

    Jun 22,
  • A reminder that the team from Colorado Springs Christian Schools (CSCS) and recipient of the Timothy Project: CSCS Ecuador 2017 update is headed out! You can follow the team and their trip by clicking here. CrossTraining, through the Timothy Project, was able to provide: 30 soccer balls a ball bag approx. 80 jersey/half-zip pullovers cones water bottles and carriers 80 The Prize DVDs Rev Brad Kenney, CrossTraining Executive Director shared about some of the exciting ways that God had pulled some of the items for the project together, It was interesting because Coach [Jason] Rollins had requested water bottles and carriers and we don't normally get those types of things. We weren't sure that we would have enough funds to purchase

    Jun 16,
  • The Timothy Project: CCPC Uganda 2017 trip will see a team of adults and students from CrossTraining's  partner church, Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church head to Kampala, Uganda for a couple weeks of ministry. . The team consisting of adult leaders and students, will over two weeks, serve in a number of ways. From school visits and participating in school ministry, to partnering with and hearing stories from Youth For Christ leaders, to visiting with pregnant teenagers at the Mirembe House. The team will also have a day of soccer ministry, playing with the street kids of Kampala and also work on a service project in Gulu with a safari experience at the end of the trip. CCPC has made a regular trip

    Jun 15,
  • CrossTraining's Timothy Project: Swaziland 2017 is building bridges near and far.  Launching out of Mountain Springs Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado Cory Jones and his team will travel to Swaziland with Beyond Survival and partner in Africa with Xolani Moyo and the sports ministry Adventures in Missions. Swaziland is a small, predominantly rural, landlocked country bordered by South Africa and Mozambique, about the size of New Jersey. Unemployment sits at 40 percent, about 69 percent of the population live below poverty level, and it has the world’s highest HIV/AIDS prevalence rate. More than 28 percent of adults have the disease, and countless numbers of children live with the disease every day. Mountain Springs Church and Beyond Survival are both local

    Jun 01,