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TheCrossRoads.wiki is a Christian Wikipedia dedicated to publishing content meant to aid in the spiritual growth of individuals and groups.

"Where theology meets doxology"

  • Drawing upon the wisdom of various Christian faith traditions (new and old) TheCrossRoads.wiki hopes to bring together both right beliefs (theology/orthodoxy) and right practices (doxology/orthopraxy).

"Where ancient meets modern"

  • Some of the historical content on this site has been either non-existent or difficult to access in a modern online/printable format, until now. (See Prayers)
  • TheCrossRoads.wiki also features many new innovative projects which align with the mission to provide quality resources for the Church.

"Where all can gather at the foot of the Cross"

  • As an ecumenical project, TheCrossRoads.wiki hopes to stand at the crossroads bringing together the collective wealth of the Church at large—drawing from evangelical, liturgical, contemplative, and charismatic streams as well as the creative arts of the Church.

Our "Friend of the Bridegroom" Prayer

As John the Baptist has said,

"The bride belongs to the bridegroom. The friend who attends the bridegroom waits and listens for him, and is full of joy when he hears the bridegroom’s voice. That joy is mine, and it is now complete." (John 3:29)

I pray that all who stand at the cross roads may hear the blood-bought words of life coming from the voice of the bridegroom.
I pray that you may hear the echos of his heart beating for you, as He has unveiled in His high-priestly prayer,

"Father, I want those you have given me to be with me where I am, and to see my glory, the glory you have given me because you loved me before the creation of the world." (John 17:24)

See also Present and Powerful Love

Our Vision Verse

Jeremiah 6:16,

This is what the Lord says:
"Stand at the crossroads and Look;
Ask for the ancient paths,
Ask where the good way is, and Walk in it,
and you will find Rest for your souls."

Our Format

TheCrossRoads.wiki publications format:

  1. Stand: Exploring the teachings of the Bible and the Church
  2. Look: Celebrating the Creative arts of the Church
  3. Ask: Answering tough questions on topics of faith
  4. Walk: Church history/biographies and discipleship resources
  5. Rest: Prayer and devotional resources to connect with God