Support Groups

Crossroads support groups meet on Monday evenings to provide practical, real-life solutions in a Christ-centered atmosphere. Find healing and community with others who understand the journey of coming away whole from a broken place. You do not have to be a member of Crossroads to attend. Everyone is welcome!

Monday Evening Agenda 

  • 5:30-6:15 PM  Meal* ($5 per adult, $2 per child)
     *Offered at Newburgh Campus Only
  • 6:15-8:00 PM  Childcare (Birth to 6th Grade)
  • 6:30-8:00 PM  Support Groups

Locations

  • Newburgh Campus
    10800 Outer Lincoln Avenue, Newburgh IN 47630.
    Please enter through the Main South Entrance.
  • West Campus
    2240 Bismark Avenue, Evansville IN 47720


Fall 2018 Support Groups

All groups meet Monday, September 17-Monday, December 10, 2018 (unless otherwise noted).

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    West Campus Support Groups
    Mondays, 6:30-8:00 PM

    Crossroads support groups meet on Monday evenings to provide practical, real-life solutions in a Christ-centered atmosphere. Find healing and community with others who understand the journey of coming away whole from a broken place. You do not have to be a member of Crossroads to attend. Everyone is welcome!

    Monday Evening Agenda

    • 6:15-8:00 PM  Childcare (Birth to 6th Grade)
    • 6:30-8:00 PM  Support Groups

    West Campus Groups:

    Divorce Care
    Find help. Discover hope. Experience healing.

    Financial Peace University
    There are small steps to take that can free up your budget.

    Grief Share
    When the loss of a loved one in all consuming. Learning ot breathe again.

    Recovery
    Seeking victory over addictions. Walking 12 steps with Jesus Christ.

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    Broken No More
    Brokeness can become a launch pad for greatness

    "Broken No More" looks at the brokenness in our lives that God uses to transform us. This material will set you on a path to understand brokenness and how God will use it to His glory. Brokenness did not happen overnight and healing from it will not either. This study will provide you with the “baby steps” needed to move on.

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    Cancer Support
    True stories of hope and healing.

    True stories of hope and healing.

    Facilitator: Brian Comstock

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    Co-dependency
    Break free

    Breaking free from the shame of our past that has led us to excessive dependence upon others for our identity, worth, and approval.

    Facilitator: Shelly Norris

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    Divorce Care
    Find help. Discover Hope. Experience Healing.

    Need help, healing or hope from the hurt you have experienced due to separation and divorce? A caring group of people who will walk with you through one of life's most difficult experiences, help you face those challenges and rebuild your life. Each session has two distinct elements: Seminar of Experts and group discussion.

    Facilitator: Tom Hatfield

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    Financial Peace University
    September 17-November 19

    This life-changing series teaches you to achieve your financial goals by eliminating debt, saving for the future, and giving. This 10-week DVD series lead by financial expert Dave Ramsey uses humor, financial advice, Bible teaching, and small group discussion.

    Newburgh Campus Facilitator: Shawn Hayden, Blake William (Co-facilitator)
    West Campus Facilitators: Scott and Erica Hooker

    This course has a $95 fee for the course material, that can be purchased the first night of class. Payment options are also available. Please contact Michelle at 812-518-1433.

    Note: Crossroads Counseling Center offers Financial Coaching by two certified CPAs with one-on-one appointments at free of charge! Email Laurie or call 812-518-1490 for more details.

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    ABOUT OUR FACILITATOR
    Hello, my name is Shawn Hayden, and I am the long-standing Facilitator for the Financial Peace University class held at Crossroad’s Newburgh campus.  I also have been the General Manager of Eastland Mall for almost 14 years, have been married to my amazing wife for almost 20 years, and have three beautiful daughters (ages 18, 16 and 15).

    Since accepting Christ as my Savior 20 years ago, I have been passionate about helping people reduce and even remove the stress from their lives that can stem from personal finances and ultimately inhibit their walk with Christ.  Facilitating Financial Peace classes provides a wonderful opportunity to get in front of a number of families and individuals simultaneously and have a significant impact.

    Financial Peace University is a nine-week course taught by Dave Ramsey on video.  A typical class session will spend the first hour watching the video and the next 30 minutes discussing the material in a small group environment. 

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    Grief Share
    When the loss of a loved one is all-consuming. Learning to breathe again.

    You don't have to go through grief alone. People who understand lead Grief Share. You'll gain resources to help recover from your loss and rebuild your life. Each session is Biblically based and will have these elements: A DVD video, a support group discussion and a workbook study. Materials for this study are available in the Crossroads Resource Center.

    Newburgh Campus Facilitator: Danny & Karen Mitchell
    West Campus Facilitators: Cathy Burns and Debra Head **Meets every 3rd Monday of each month**

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    We will be using the Grief Share workbook. These workbooks are $15. Your registration will help us with ordering.

     

    ABOUT OUR FACILITATOR
    My name is Danny Mitchell. I have been facilitating our Griefshare program for seven years. I wish this group was available when I lost my nine-month-old daughter some 30+ years ago. Thankfully, I did have a Pastor/Counselor who took me under his wing and helped me through my journey of grief. I have felt called to help others as I have been helped during my darkest days. Since facilitating I have also lost my mother and now have an even deeper connection with those coming to our Grief Share group.

    I currently work part-time at Old Navy and in Crossroads Christian Church Preschool and Elementary-age Crossroads Kids program.

     

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    Hope for Hurting Parents
    For parents whose children are battling addiction

    Our goal is to give comfort, encouragement and hope to hurting parents who have children battling addiction. We want parents to move from surviving to thriving. Our focus is not on your children, but on you: the parents.

    We will cover a variety of topics such as grief and loss, coping with fear, anger, worry, anxiety, resentment, forgiveness, thankfulness, courageous love, hope, self-care and more.

    Facilitator: Karen Saddler-Presley

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    Journey to Freedom

    Your start to a lifetime of hope, health, and happiness.

    Facilitator: Debbie Nichols

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    We will be using the book 'Journey to Freedom' by Scott Reall. You can order the book directly from restorebooks.org for $15. It can also be purchased on Amazon.

    ABOUT OUR FACILITATOR
    My name is Debbie Nichols. My husband and I have been a part of Crossroads since the Fall of 2013. We currently serve in the Welcome Center on Sunday mornings.

    I currently work alongside my husband on our farm, and in our crop insurance business. I also care for our three grandchildren several days each month.

    I went through 'Journey to Freedom' study in 2006. I was on a mission team in Ukraine when the curriculum was first introduced. I have led this study 3-4 times and have a passion for those who are hurting and broken, as I am one. I believe we need to support and encourage one another through this journey of life God has given us.

    I look forward to walking this journey with you.

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    Legacy Journey
    Learn practical steps to build wealth and be truly generous

    In this seven lesson Biblically based class, you’ll learn practical steps to build wealth, be truly generous, and learn how to leave your family financially secure for generations to come. 7 week series.

     Facilitator: Tyler Hinds

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    Men's AA Group
    Recovering from alcoholism

    Find help, and help others recover from alcoholism.

    Facilitator: Ron Owen

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    Men's Group
    Bi-weekly meeting to connect with like minded men

    An opportunity for men to meet bi-weekly and discuss life's challenges and opportunities while studying God's word, meeting with guest speakers, and just having open and honest discussions amongst each other. Come with your enthusiasm, your spirit, your ideas, your heart, and a simple desire to connect with like minded men.

    Facilitator: Bob Donnelly Co-Facilitator: Randy McGuire

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    Mental Health
    Facing Challenges in Life

    There is an undeniable connection between the mind, and your moods and attitudes. How can we retrain ourselves to respond in a healthy manner when faced with challenges in life?

    We will explore scriptural insights and other practical ways to think with purpose, gain greater confidence over our moods and reclaim the joyful life you were meant to lead.

    Plan to be challenged as we explore different techniques to manage our moods so that they don't manage us. 

    Facilitator: Alice Pirola

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    Mommies Mingle
    Celebrating motherhood and sharing everyday experiences that being a mother brings

    Are you an expecting, new, or seasoned mom and in need of support? Mommies Mingle will encourage, motivate, empower and so much more. This class meets the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month.

    Facilitator: Takeska Peeple

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    Recovery
    Seeking victory over addictions. Walking 12 steps with Jesus Christ

    This Bible-based series addresses addictions of various forms and will set a course on how to overcome.

     

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    Understanding Faith
    The next steps after you’ve made a decision to live for Jesus.

    This group will use H2O, a practical 10-session DVD series by Kyle Idleman. H20 will introduce Jesus as He really is to those who need Him. Walk on this journey of faith with us.

    Facilitator: David Mayse

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    Veterans
    Coping as a soldier at home.

    Point Man
    Christian veterans, who care deeply about other veterans and their struggles, lead this group. It is a place to talk, share and listen to others who have walked in these shoes.

    Facilitator: Mike Burkdoll

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    ABOUT OUR FACILITATOR
    I'm Mike Burkdoll, leader of Point Man International Ministries of Newburgh and participant in Support Groups at Crossroads. Point Man is an International Faith-based organization in existence since 1983.  I began the Newburgh "Outpost" about 9 years ago. Under the Point Man banner, we also operate "Home Front" for Veteran's families led by my wife Donna, and "Reboot Combat Recovery" led by Adam and Michelle Gamache, also members of Crossroads.

    We accept any Veteran into Point Man, but our emphasis is on our Veterans who have been negatively affected by their combat experiences. Our board of directors is led by three members of Crossroads, Dr. Carl Linge, Dan Oates, and Bruce Siebers, and our other leaders are all strong Christian examples and have experienced life in a combat zone and are skilled at transitioning Veterans from combat to home using Christ as a bridge. We are involved in numerous community projects directed towards and supporting these Vets including substantial financial aid for homeless Veterans and serving as mentors for Veterans who find themselves entangled in our local court system (Judge Kiely's Vanderburgh County Veterans Court) among other projects.

    Our mission statement on our  pointmanofnewburgh.com website states:

    Point Man ministries of Newburgh is a safe refuge where veterans, whether they left the military decades ago or have recently returned to civilian life, can turn for help. With support from our members who have "been there", hurting veterans can realize they are not alone. We serve as facilitators by connecting veterans with resources and support within the community.

    We believe it is the responsibility of the community, not the government, to transition our warriors home. We offer spiritual healing as an interdenominational conduit to a stronger faith in Jesus Christ. We encourage members to serve others, thereby nurturing their own healing and self-worth.

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    Veteran's Family
    Making our house a home again.

    Home Front
    Christian mothers and wives of active duty military, family and veterans lead Home Front. Home Front provides an understanding ear and caring heart that only those left at home can understand.

    Facilitator: Donna Burkdoll

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    Hello! I am Donna Burkdoll and I lead the group Home Front. My husband Mike and I have been members of Crossroads for almost 31 years, when Mike felt the call to start Point Man Ministries. I was on board to lead Home Front. Home front is a group of ladies who are also wives, mothers, and widows of veterans. Our mission statement is one of understanding the lives of women that live with a veteran or a member that is deployed. We have a special bond that women who have had no involvement with the military would understand. We are a sisterhood, that strives to put Christ first in our lives and to lift each other up. We are so thankful for the opportunity to meet during Crossroad's Support Group sessions.

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    Veterans - Reboot
    Reboot develops a spiritual pathway for each Veteran.

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    Women
    Inspirational stories of real women overcoming life obstacles.

    This group meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month.

    Facilitator: Lisa Bell

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