Jessica Luna

Mission & Athletics Program Coordinator
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B.S. – California Baptist University

Ms. Luna is a Crossroads Alumni and attended from 1st- 7th grade. She started her working career at Crossroads when she was a senior in high school as a daycare counselor. She has worked and served at Crossroads Christian School in various capacities over the last 15 years. From coaching girl’s volleyball and basketball (middle & high school) to being in the classroom as a Kindergarten teacher assistant, and then transitioning to becoming the CCHS Athletic & Missions Program Coordinator. She has been in that role for the past 9 years and it is with great joy entering into this new school year that she will be adding the Director of Internationals to her job role. One of her passions is serving on the mission field both here locally and internationally. Ever since her first mission trip to Kenya, Africa in 2009, it has changed her perspective on life and what it means to selflessly serve one another. She has found that building relationships with others allows for an ability to share the Gospel and the HOPE of Jesus. Ms. Luna has been to Kenya, Africa 12 different times, serving alongside the Missions of Hope International organization. She has had the privilege of serving and leading on international mission trips annually for 11 years at Crossroads Church & High School. Selflessly serving those around her has built her passion for what she wants to do around the world in demonstrating compassion and love while helping those that are less fortunate. This has built a desire in her heart to continue serving those around her and plays a vital role in working in the missions department at CCHS. In Ms. Luna’s free time she loves traveling, hiking, and adventuring both here in the U.S. and around the world. She loves going to the beach and spending time with her two sweet nephews and niece who she loves deeply!

Ms. Luna’s heart for education continues to grow as she watches every year learners lives changed and transformed by attending Crossroads Schools. She loves investing in the lives of the learners and showing them the love of Christ.

What does a God-first School mean to her? What a God-first school means to Ms. Luna is building intentional relationships and showing others genuine love that is reflecting Christ’s love for us. Being God-first is having a positive outlook in difficult situations and encouraging others when they are feeling discouraged.