• CrossTraining's Timothy Project: The Mountain Springs Church team that traveled to Swaziland this month delivered support and encouragement to Coach Xolani Moyo and his soccer players in more ways than one. This  Timothy Project post is best told in pictures and thoughts shared by the team themselves. "Xolani has a clear passion and vision for his sports ministry, Adventures in Missions.  His excitement is contagious.  Having the equipment (Timothy Project donations), especially the balls and jerseys, allowed him to better lead young men, and I can clearly see how the equipment allows Xolani's sports ministry to be even more effective in changing the lives of young men in Swaziland." shares one team member. "Xolani's sports ministry is establishing pride and leading young men

    Jul 27,
  • Timothy Project: CSCS Ecuador 2017 is pleased to report the Colorado Spring Christian School (CSCS) Ecuador mission team returned home filled with great stories and memories to share. Jason Rollins, CSCS's Athletic Director and soccer coach, wrote to CrossTraining sharing few of the experiences the team had. "Our time was fantastic and the whole team had a great trip!   We had the opportunity to pass out the pull overs to each of the players on the Cumbre Alta team. Numerous players on the team struggle to even get to practices and games because they cannot afford the 25 cent bus ride, so the pull overs were a very special gift for them. In fact, 3 days after we passed

    Jul 20,
  • Timothy Project - Valor Kenya 2017 - Part II  Upon return of Valor's Discovery team from Kenya one of the group's leaders, Toby Coffman, summed up the experience in these three words, "It was awesome." In Part I of our story we stated that the Valor Discovery team would be visiting  a community center and an orphanage in Narobi.  As Coffman reports, "We gave the jerseys and the two indestructible balls (a.k.a. One World Futbols) to the community center in the slums where Anthony Wanjiru, now a staffer at Valor, was taken in as a child."  Wanjiru received invaluable assistance that helped him begin his journey from the slums of Nairobi to high school, college, and a Master’s program. "These

    Jul 13,
  • 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,