lead pastor | Larry Williams
used to be a guy just sitting in the row, doing anything or nothing
from day one of the church plant. God began doing a work in me and
creating a passion for Him. I served doing whatever was needed in
various capacities. God softened my heart to kids and I began working
with some of the older kids. This grew into a youth ministry. I was the
youth pastor for a few years. I never planned on becoming a lead pastor.
When the founding pastor, Jerry Breedlove, felt the Lord release him
from ministry at Crossroads, there was a sense that I was to be the lead
pastor of Crossroads. This is not as common as one would think, to go
from "in the pew" to "staff" to "lead pastor." With prayer, wise
counsel, and support of many, I was installed as lead pastor in January
of 2011. Since then, I have received my Masters in Ministerial
Leadership from Crown College.
became a believer in February of 2000. I was trying to "fix" my
marriage and began going to church. The pastor came over to my house,
and I knew the "wages for my sin," but I finally understood the "gift
of everlasting life."
associate pastor | craig anderson
grew up going to church and Sunday school with my grandmother. I
learned a lot about the Bible and about Biblical characters. I believed
in Jesus then, but it was more in the historical sense than the "I trust
You with my eternity" sense. As I grew into my adolescent years, I
slipped away from church and from God. I became rebellious and downright
criminal. After being accused of some very serious crimes, I decided to
run away from my problems. I joined a traveling carnival and spent the
next two years on the run. It was during this time that God began to
call to me. He protected me from some very dangerous situations and
spoke to me in several ways and through very random people. I would lay
in my bed at night and wonder about eternity; "If I died tomorrow, would
I go to Heaven or Hell?" When the police finally did catch up to me, I
found myself in a prison cell. The very first chance I got, I went to
the library and I found a Bible. With that Bible in my hand I said to
God, "I have been living life my way and look where it got me. I'm ready
to do it Your way." I have never looked back. I have surrendered my
life completely to His will and I will never doubt my eternal
the Associate Pastor, my responsibilities vary. My main mission is to
relieve Pastor Larry of some of the things that keep him from being able
to accomplish his main mission. I currently oversee Crossroads' Youth
Program. We have a network of dedicated and caring adult leaders who
love students and want to see them grow closer to Jesus. My goal, in
every area I serve, is to train and equip leaders to do the work of that
ministry, to "work myself out of a job" by eventually giving leadership
over to others. I believe that when the whole body of Christ has
recognized their callings, and have been trained and equipped to use
their gifts, the church will grow and the saints will experience greater
freedom in their lives and ministries.
administrative director | Mary Morgan
have lived in Clarksville since 2006 with my husband, Scott Morgan.
We have three children: Jane (10), Jason (6), and Eli (4). During our
second Sunday at Crossroads Fellowship in 2007, I learned - for the
first time - who Jesus was and why He died. I have been a believer ever
since. I can't say it has been easy. I can say it has been worth it.
am the Administrative Director, which means that I manage the website,
make the bulletins, pay the bills, etc. I lead a great Admin Team here at Crossroads as well. I couldn't do it without them.
currently enrolled at Crown College online, working toward a degree in
Business Administration. I also teach piano at Mary's Music of
Kidmin Director | Dalynne Harris
am the Children's Director at Crossroads Fellowship. My vision for this
ministry is for our team to teach kids about Jesus while engaging in
family lifestyles that are an example of a life worth imitating. We
strive to teach kids about Jesus in a way that will be helpful in
everyday situations. I want these kids to know Christ is with them every
day and that God loves them!
was first baptized when I was 11 years old in Missouri. When my husband
(Cortney) and I moved to Tennessee, we found Crossroads Fellowship, and
because of the ministry of this church, I rededicated my life to Christ
at 18 and I have been following Jesus ever since. The road has not been
easy, but I am having the time of my life learning and becoming more
am currently a Junior enrolled online at Liberty University, pursuing a
degree in Business Management focusing on Entrepreneurship.
I am not being a mother (our son, Bristol, is 5 years old), a wife, or
the Children's Director, my husband and I run a small business called
HydroFX. We also enjoy watching Denver Broncos and Mizzou Tigers
football on Saturdays.
worship leader | sandy anderson
remember giving my life over to Jesus for the first time as a youngster
in VBS when I was too young to realize the depth of the decision, but
old enough to decide. When I came into my teen years, I rededicated my
life to Jesus and still love and serve Him today.
December of 2015, God called us to Crossroads. What a great place!
Jesus is definitely at work here! I have served in many areas over the
years and I was not looking to be in any certain position, but God saw
fit to place me here on the worship team for such a time as this. My
hope is that every member of the team would further develop the gifts
and talents we have been blessed with and - more importantly - grow
closer to Jesus through worship. I am intentional about raising up
leaders and helping people grow past what they did last week, month, or
year without losing sight of the ultimate goal of worshiping Jesus with
all our heart, soul, and mind. He is the reason we do what we do and to
Him be all the honor, glory, and praise!