Barry L. Cameron

About Barry L. Cameron


Barry L. Cameron is the Senior Pastor of Crossroads Christian Church, in Grand Prairie, Texas, in the middle of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex where Mansfield, Arlington and Grand Prairie all come together.

He became pastor in 1992 when the church was averaging 188 in Morning Worship. Now more than 7,500 worship at Crossroads each week.

Crossroads is a completely debt-free ministry located on a beautiful 150-acre campus on State Highway 360 South, the highway that divides Dallas and Fort Worth. Current property and facilities are valued at over 45 million dollars. Their brand new 75,000 sq. ft. children’s building is is now open and completely paid for. Funds are currently being raised now for a new 75,000 sq. ft. youth building as well.

Mr. Cameron is a second-generation pastor. He and his wife, Janis, have three children, Katie, Matt and Kelli. They also have two grandsons, Will and Levi.

He’s the author of several books including the bestseller: The ABCs of Financial Freedom. He also wrote Contagious Generosity and The Financial Freedom Workbook.

The Cameron family has been completely debt free since November of 2001.

Mr. Cameron served on the state steering committee for Promise Keepers in Texas, as a Trustee for Dallas Christian College and on the board of directors for Provision Ministry Group and Church Development Fund in Anaheim, CA. He served on the board for Stadia: New Church Strategies, the NACC Continuation Committee and the 2006 Executive Committee for the NACC, and as Vice President of the North American Christian Convention in 2009. He is a founding member of and has served as Chairman of the Board for The Solomon Foundation, based in Denver, CO, the fastest growing and now one of the largest Christian financial organizations in U.S. history.

Mr. Cameron serves as a financial coach for churches and ministries and speaks for a number of ABC’s weekends each year helping churches raise millions of dollars for the Kingdom.

Education: Ozark Christian College, Luther Rice Seminary, Northwest Graduate School of Theology.