BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The Cross Ministry Group Leadership

Board Members

Len Crowley

Len Crowley

Chairman of the Board

Len Crowley is the Founder of Forgiven Communities – advocating for biblical church purpose and practice.  He currently serves as the Director of 6:4PRESS and the National Gathering for The 6:4 Fellowship, a consortium of 2,500 pastors in North America advocating the leadership priority found in Acts 6:4, “prayer and the ministry of the word” (64fellowship.com).

During his nearly 40 years of Christian ministry Len has been the lead pastor of four churches, a Bible teacher, board member, and ministry director. He also co-founded Whole in One (designing multi-ethnic collaborations), has led PLI Global (worldwide, character-based leadership training), helped direct Counsel & Capital (a non-profit investment bank), and taught as a National Instructor with Walk Thru the Bible.

Len has been married to Linda for 41 years.  They reside in Monument, CO and have two children and 4 grandchildren.  Meghan and her husband, Kevin Armstrong, live in Ft. Collins, CO with their three daughters (8, 10, 12).  They are a part of Restoration Project, a ministry to fathers.  Evan and his wife, Bronwen, live in Split, Croatia with their daughter and are missionaries with Josiah Venture.

Rob Gibson

Rob Gibson

Executive Director

Rob Gibson, M.Div, CPAP received a Masters of Divinity in Pastoral Care from Southern Seminary in 2005 and serves as our Executive Director and provides private soul care services and coaching. He is a Pastoral Sex Addiction Professional and Enneagram Coach. He previously pastored for 20 years in Georgia and Kentucky.

 

Rob has a previous life in banking and business in Atlanta and Denver prior to  full-time ministry. He received a BBA in Finance and Management from St. Bonaventure University in 1984. He has been married to Margaret for 34 years, and they have two grown children, Christopher (Allison) and Sydney (Alec). Margaret and Rob love snow skiing, travel, hiking in the Rockies, though Rob often has to ride his motorcycle alone.

 

His passion is helping people find freedom, healing, and wholeness in Christ, and to journey with others to more fully live into the joy found in authentic connection to God’s power and love in community.

 

 

 

Bob Hudson

Bob Hudson

Founder and Creative Director – The Cross Ministry Group

Bob is the founder of The Cross Ministry Group and creator of the Men at the Cross and Women at the Cross weekend retreats.

He is also the creator of several seminars for men and women – Living in Truth, Breaking Down the Walls and a series of seminars dealing with loving God with all of our Heart, Soul, Mind and Strength.

Bob has a Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, Massachusetts and Master of Arts in Counseling from Denver Seminary in Denver, Colorado.

His passion is to join with others in creating opportunities for people to more fully live out their new selves in Christ and to experience the freedom that comes from God’s grace and truth.

Sharon Potzer

Sharon Potzer

Board Liaison to Women at the Cross, Women's Elder Mentor, Wise Women Founder

Sharon Potzer is the board liaison to Women at the Cross and a treasured Elder in our community. She co-founded Women at the Cross in October, 2007 and has developed impactful alumni events for women.

Sharon has a Master of Arts in Counseling from Denver Seminary. She has been involved in various forms of ministry for most of her life. She has also maintained a private practice in psychotherapy for 26 years and is currently on a new venture  building a Real Estate Sales business.

Sharon’s passion is to see men and women come to experience more freedom in their relationships with God and each other, as they discover more of who they were designed to be in Him.

Shirley Christmon

Shirley Christmon

Whether preaching, teaching or visiting nations around the world, Shirley Christmon crosses boundaries. She moves across denominational, cultural, racial and national lines to bring an expression of God’s Kingdom to the individual. She longs to see people in every nation living freely in God’s abundance.

Shirley is an ordained pastor whose lifework involves reaching and encouraging people right where they are at, no matter how desperate their situation may be. She faithfully prays for the larger world picture as well as for immediate needs. She often has an insightful word that by-passes the superficial and speaks directly to the heart.

Having been raised in an extended family of preachers and ministers she has a passion to also raise up the next generation to serve God whole-heartedly. She wants to impact lives with the gospel of salvation through faith in Jesus Christ, and to provide training in applying practical truth of the scriptures to everyday life. Her intent is to bring clear understanding to Hebrews 6:19, which describes our hope in God as a secure anchor for our soul. Shirley attended Women at the Cross October 2014 and had a life changing experience, she has had the pleasure of staffing seven times.

Shirley received her B.S. in Organizational Management in Christian Leadership and she has raised 2 sons, and 3 daughters, and now has 14 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Shirley enjoys collecting Depression glass, traveling, walking, and hiking in the Colorado Mountains. She lives in metro Denver where she has established a non-profit ministry named Anchored Life.

TESTIMONIALS

I attended Women at the Cross in April of 2012. I was living in a shell, hiding from everyone and everything, including God. I came home from that weekend with answers about who I am to God, ways to identify the lies I was telling myself and believing about myself and tools to help heal some of the relationships within my family. I am often amazed at the transformation that has taken place in me over the last three years.
— Jessica, Orlando

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TESTIMONIALS

I attended Women at the Cross in April of 2012. I was living in a shell, hiding from everyone and everything, including God. I came home from that weekend with answers about who I am to God, ways to identify the lies I was telling myself and believing about myself and tools to help heal some of the relationships within my family. I am often amazed at the transformation that has taken place in me over the last three years.
— Jessica, Orlando

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