We spread the good news of Jesus Christ, as called according to his purpose

 

In support of each other and the ministry Christ set upon us, we dedicate our time, talents, and treasures according to His purpose. We love, support, and seek to make our community and our world a better place

 

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Pastor Ty and Jen Phillips

Pastor Ty Phillips has been ministering in a variety of positions for over 35 years. Serving in Texas, West Virginia, Ohio, and Washington DC, he moved here to Lufkin in 2003 with his wife Jennifer and their two daughters, Natalie and Leash, serving as the Pastor of Redland Baptist Church for 7 1/2 years before coming here to Cross Road Baptist in 2010.


Our Beliefs

We are a uniquely loving and inclusive group that believes Jesus has the answers to life's most difficult questions. We strive to encourage and uplift one another in our walk with Christ. If you are looking for hope, peace, joy, and fulfillment in life, we can promise you the answer can be found in a relationship with Jesus, and we would love to help you explore that relationship. Our mission statement is Commitment: to put Christ first, Others second, Myself last, in Ministry, with Integrity, True stewardship, to Make disciples, with Evangelism, Neighbors, and to Train Leaders.


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Testimonials

Since coming to Cross Road Baptist Church, I have not only grown spiritually, adopted leadership roles, met new people and learned new skills, but I have also found a family. I know my Cross Roads brothers and sisters will listen to me, pray for me and be there for me at a drop of a hat. My church home is a place where I can turn to in times of trial, times of joy and times of stillness.
— Bethany Juarez
I fell in love with the Cross Roads family from the first day I came here. While I was away at college, I missed my church family here and couldn’t wait to come back. Part of me wanted to keep exploring other churches like I did in college, but when I got back home, I knew that I couldn’t leave my family behind.
— Raymond Barringer