Wednesday, November 5, 2014


The Board of Directors of the Cross Roads Christian Retreat is pleased to announce Sherri Carsner as the new Camp Manager. Sherri moved to the Caldwell area several years ago from Paris, Texas and is proud to let you know that she is 100% Navajo, a champion barrel racer, and the mother of three wonderful grown children.

She has associate degrees in both business and science, an extensive background in office management, experience volunteering, recruiting helpers, and supervising kitchens, plus, general maintenance skills learned while growing up on a ranch.  A range of experience uniquely qualifying Sherri for the Camp Manager position.

Multi-talented, energetic, and versatile, Sherri is a real go-getter, and feels like God has used all of the things she's done throughout her life to prepare her for her role at Cross Roads and we do, too! 

As a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization, Cross Roads operates primarily with volunteers. Our volunteers are the heart (and face) of the Cross Roads ministry and that will never change.  These dedicated folks will continue working side by side with Sherri as they witness Christ's love to each of the over 1,500 yearly guests who come here from churches throughout central Texas. 

If you think you might like to join our volunteer program, pray about it, check the online calendar to see if there is a weekend you'd like to come out to help with one or more meals, then shoot us an email and let us know.  It's that easy to be a blessing and be blessed in return!

For those of you who know Hilda Baker and may be concerned about rumors of her retiring, relax!  Hilda has no intention of retiring, but is looking forward to having more time with her children and grandchildren, as Sherri transitions into handling the majority of the day-to-day operations at Cross Roads. 

We humbly ask that you pray for Sherri Carsner, as she boldly steps into her new role as Camp Manager, for Hilda as she and Sherri work to find a good balance, for Carol Moreland our beloved Minister Of Meals (MOM) who anticipates retiring at the end of July 2015, for the Cross Roads ministry as a whole, and for those still to come along side of us on the next leg of this amazing, Spirit led, journey!