Our Hearts Your Bethlehem
Crossroads is a singing ensemble that is comprised of members who participate in a singing ministry. The musical style and content of Crossroads is steeped in the rich Southern tradition of a true gospel sound. Many selections that are performed by Crossroads are inspired, written and arranged by oustanding religious leaders such as Bill Gaither and Mosie Lister. With variety and dedication to the musicality of sound, Crossroads will take you to a higher level of gospel enjoyment and fulfillment. Members of CrossRoads come from all walks of life and denominations. The relaxed gospel style is sung around a piano producing not only a full musical experience, but also a harmony that rings in your very soul. The love of Jesus and the love of others are expressed with special music for everyone who listens. Crossroads invites all who are willing to join us in praising His precious name. Crossroads Singers: Soprano - Melody Barton, Carolyn Braun, Harlea Graton, Tricia Lynch, Kelly Schmidt Alto - Jill Arensdorf, Kimberly Ball, Judy Brummer, Rebecca Tincknell, Valerie Simmons Tenor - Ginger Fabrizius, Kay Fisher, Lynn Fisher, Mark Hantla, Mike Simmons, Ralph Thummel Bass - Elton Beougher, Jerry Braun, Lee Fisher, Lynn Fisher, Darrin Lynch Piano - Lexie Robinson Keyboard - Kimberly Ball Guitar - Kay Fisher Flute - Michele Filbert, Jordan Fisher Dedication: Crossroads take special joy in offering you our second recording centered on our favorite time of year. All of us eagerly anticipate the beautiful change of music, not only because of the memories and the sentimentality it naturally invokes, but also for the spiritual excitement we experience surrounding the awesome wonder of the birth of our Lord and King, Jesus, Christ. It is therefore with the utmost love, reverence, and humility that we dedicate this work to His glory and pray that those who listen will be blessed throughout this joyous holiday season. We hope your hearts are touched and spirits renewed as we share this gift of our unique rendition of the sound of Christmas, "Our Hearts, Your Bethlehem."