LOUISVILLE—Crossings Ministries’ president since March 2016, Jeff Dalrymple, announced his resignation to its staff on Jan 18.
Dalrymple intends to devote his efforts to Baptist Haiti Mission, a ministry affiliated with Crossings that provides services for children, youth and adults across Haiti, a statement from the board said. Dalrymple is also the president of BHM.
During his tenure, Jeff has diligently led Crossings with integrity and an unwavering commitment to reach students with the hope of the Gospel. We are extremely thankful for his heart and service to this organization,” said Randall Breland, Crossings’ director of communications.
Crossings will remain focused on preparations for upcoming summer camps at Jonathan Creek, Cedarmore, Asbury, and Trinity International in Chicago,” Breland continued. He intend to faithfully pursue our mission of partnering with the local church, proclaiming the Gospel to the next generation, and seeing God transform lives through camp.
Dalrymple’s time at Crossings has seen many projects completed at the camps, including the addition of the Melber Center, a reworking of the mission statement of Crossings, and various conferences and camp alternatives added, among other contributions.
Jeff has worked hard in both his roles as president of Crossings and president of Baptist Haiti Mission,” Paul Chitwood, Kentucky Baptist Convention executive director, shared. The growing needs and opportunities in Haiti will take his full attention but we will miss Jeff at Crossings. I’m just thankful he will continue to be a partner to Kentucky Baptists.”
Lance Howerton, current vice president of operations at Crossing, is stepping in as the interim president. (WR)