We have been blessed to have two pastors over the years who have ministered the Word to our fellowship of believers. You will be blessed by their ministry of teaching and preaching as you listen to and read the sermons posted at the bottom of this page.
Victor Borchard has a passion for reaching and teaching people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
In addition to serving at Calvary Crossroads, Victor also serves on the Adjunct Faculty of Pacific Bible College and chairs the Procedures Committee of CVNW to help churches plant churches.
Victor earned his Doctor of Ministry at Corban University. His education also includes a Masters of Divinity from Luther Rice Seminary and a Bachelor of Science from Eastern Mennonite University.
He and his wife, Jenny, met at Bible College in Austria where he lived for the better part of three years. They have three precious daughters.
While not currently serving as an Elder or on Staff, we include his bio here in an endeavor to honor our brother and appreciate his decade of service at Crossroads.
Bob Bonner is passionate about encouraging others in knowing Jesus Christ in a deeper and more intimate way through his expositional teaching/preaching of God's Word.
He came to know Christ personally during his college years. After graduation from UC Santa Barbara with a degree in economics, he earned a real estate license and worked for a major land development corporation for a short period of time. During that time Bob recognized God's call upon his life to serve as a pastor. He resigned his position to attend Dallas Theological Seminary where he earned a Master of Theology degree. He has pastored in New Jersey and Arizona before setting down roots in Grants Pass in 1986. He has been here ever since.
While in college, he met his wife Becky, who is also passionate about helping women grow as godly wives and mothers. They have been serving Jesus Christ together ever since. They have three children and eight grandchildren.
While not currently serving as an Elder or on Staff, we include his bio here in an endeavor to honor our brother and appreciate his three decades of service at Crossroads.