Lead Pastor Bobby Alldis

Bobby is from San Diego, California. He has been married to his wife Cheryl for 18 years. Together they have four grown children, and two Grandchildren. Before coming to Crossroads Church, Bobby was the Sr. Pastor at Bethel Flock Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky while attending seminary. Bobby graduated from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2018, where he received his Master of Divinity in Christian Ministries. Prior to coming to Kentucky for seminary, Bobby served as an elder at Pacific Hope Church in San Diego. Prior to that he served as a full-time children’s pastor at San Diego Christian Worship Center in San Diego. Some of the things Bobby really loves are, spending time with Cheryl watching football, baseball, and golf. He also loves spending time with his children and grandchildren. Bobby is an avid reader. He loves to read the Puritans and other theological books. Some of his favorites are, “Holiness” J.C. Ryle, “Institutes of the Christian Religion” John Calvin, and “Great Doctrines of the Bible” Martin Lloyd Jones.


Chris Stone - Deacon

I attend Crossroads Church with my wife, Cindy, and our four children (Reece, Isaiah, Deryk and Rachel). I grew up in Georgia and moved to Montana in the summer of 2014. I work for a technology company that does business around the US.

I like to do woodworking and make things with my hands. My passion is to see a world that is Christ-centered and focused on the reality that our Savior lives, he is seated on His throne and that he desires ALL to come to a saving faith in Him.


Jeff Matye - Deacon

Despite his brutish, unsophisticated personality, Jeff is significantly tempered by the Holy Spirit, and his marriage to the lovely and gracious Calie. Together they have 4 children, a daughter-in-law, and one grandson. Jeff was saved by the Lord at age 24 at a small church in a very rural Montana town. His affinity for playing with electronics eventually turned into his vocation, and now he earns a living in the field of neurological research tools. In addition to building guitar amps, he enjoys cooking, rousing political debates, and playing guitar too loud for the glory of God. And coffee.