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Lyndon Hopkins a native of the Bedford, Indiana area was raised under the Crossroads Ministry until his father took a pastorate at Fairview Community Church. A fourth generation minister he has been pastoring for ten years and holds a Bachelors Degree in General Studies with an Associates in Religious Studies. He and his wife, Miranda, have been married for seven years and have three sons, Aidan, Asher, and Beniah.
The Hopkins’ have always had a desire and passion to see souls saved. They are excited about the growth of the church and are very thankful for all that God has done and is doing for them and here at Crossroads church.
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Daemon rarely went to church growing up, but at the age of 15 realized he really needed to give his life to God and at a Vacation Bible School he did just that. With a family history of preachers and singers, along with a praying grandmother and aunt, Daemon’s calling as a singer was not totally unexpected. Like Daemon, Kim went to church with her cousins, or grandmother, but at the age of 16 started attending a local church and accepted Christ into her heart. Daemon and Kim attended Eastern Greene Schools. Both having an interest in music participated in choir and dramas throughout their high school career. It wasn’t until the Spring of 1981, their senior year in high school, that they began dating. Two years later at the age of nineteen they married (May 14, 1983) and started their family in Greene County. Four years later their first daughter, Kendra, was born. Three years later, Skylar, another daughter was born. Believing that their family was complete, Daemon and Kim were surprised by the birth of their son, Keller, in 1996. [Read more]
Daycare Ministry Director
Debby made the decision to give her heart to Christ in the fall of 1974 at the Avoca Baptist Church. With a desire to see her family made whole, she prayed continually for God to move on her husband. It was not long afterwards that Ken gave his heart to the Lord also. In 1977 Ken was called into the ministry. He went to several churches to fill the pulpit, but in 1978 he was called to the Springville Community Church. After several expansion they quickly outgrew the facility. With the support of Church leaders and the congregation, they purchased land on Hwy 37. In October 1995 a new building with a new name was completed, Crossroads Church. [Read more]
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Greg Eads born and raised in Lawrence County Indiana He attended church his whole life. Saved at the age of 11 years old at the Old Chapel Hill Church. As a child he loved playing the guitar and singing. When he finished high school he went to work at Indiana University Halls of Residence Dining Services – Food Stores where he worked until he retired after 35 years of service in May 2015. A 1979 graduate of Bedford North Lawrence High School.
Married Rebecca in 1980, they have 2 children Brandon and Kara and 1 grandson Braxton.
Greg joined Glory Road Quartet in 1981 traveling Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky playing bass guitar. [Read more]
Children’s Ministry Director
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Rebecca was born in Albany Kentucky in 1961. Her family moved in 1966 to Bedford Indiana to find work in the stone quarry. They attended Old Chapel Hill Church. In the fall 1974 Rebecca was 13 years old when she got saved and baptized at on old fashioned tent revival. Attended Needmore Elementary, Oolitic Junior High and a 1979 graduate Bedford North Lawrence High School.
1980 – 1990 Rebecca worked at Indiana University Residential Services.
On Sept 19, 1980 she married Gregory Keith Eads they have 2 children Brandon born June 1985 and Kara born April 1991. 1 grandson – Braxton born in 2009. [Read more]
Sports Center Directors
Tyler & Kendra Kalber
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