at the Crossroads Ministries grew out of the work of Deborah Lamb,
who has a heart for young women in crisis and transition. Since 2000, she has provided a safe haven at
the home known as My Fatherís House to those who face a variety of
challenges from uncertain futures to destructive lifestyles.
Our ministry expanded its services in 2005 to also help women with substance
abuse. In 2007, Stand at the Crossroads Ministries, a not-for-profit
organization, was born.
Over the years, God has abundantly provided through volunteers
from area churches, supply donations and generous giving. My Fatherís House
now has room for eight women. On a nearby property purchased in
2010, Crossroads Community provides three apartments for women and
Stand at the Crossroads Ministries is a not-for-profit 501(C)