Crossroads Develops a first-of-its-kind Video Streaming Service called CASTLE

Castle’s unique service will provide users with on-demand streaming access to Christian TV, movies and media content with live prayer chat built into the platform for spiritual support.
CASTLE is a new video streaming service launched by Crossroads Christian Communications Inc. (Crossroads), that aims to change the way people watch and interact with faith-based media on streaming platforms.

Crossroads Hosts Restoration Service Following Healing Series on 100 Huntley Street

On November 14th, Crossroads hosted a Restoration Service for spiritual, emotional, relational and physical healing of the whole person. Led by Rev. Paul Teske, the service began with worship before learned about healing and were offered an opportunity to receive prayer from our teams at Crossroads. Those in attendance filled the chapel and overflowed into the Towne Square.


Connecting To God In Nature With A Rocha

People have learned to get to know devices so much that they are forgetting about their natural instinct to connect with nature…

Digital Dispensary

Digital Dispensary: Is Canada Ready For Legal Recreational Pot Use?

Pot is all but a click away in Canada. While distribution looks different across each province, consumers of legal age (18+) will be able to access the drug on October 17th, being sold online and in some retail stores for recreational use.

What is Castle?

Crossroads’ new internet video streaming platform Castle will feature Christian media that inspires spiritual conversations, and enables viewers to live chat and receive prayer from the Castle digital prayer partners.

Walk of Faith : A New Era of Digital Discipleship

Walk of Faith : A New Era of Digital Discipleship : Mentors walk alongside people on their spiritual journeys: share their experience, provide resources, and help lead people to Jesus – at any time, anywhere around the world.


Rev. David Mainse had an amazing capacity for work, energy, and networking. He was just 26 years old when, through his own connections and chutzpah he blew past a boundary of, “No gospel broadcasting,” and aired his first late night television program, Crossroads featuring the music of his wife, Norma-Jean.