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Outreach Event at Civita Park

"Hey, do I look like I work at McDonald's?", Gracie jokingly asked the kid as she was scooping him up a float after he'd just finished one of her fruity pebbles-topped sundaes. "This is like the … more

Literacy Missions

What is Literacy Missions?  Literacy Missions is sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ through ministering to those with literacy needs. California Southern Baptist Churches can be involved in … more

Tiny home brings big rewards in El Cajon

EL CAJON (San Diego Union Tribune)—  Could a village of “tiny houses” be on the horizon in El Cajon? Volunteers from Amikas, a nonprofit that advocates for homeless … more

East County Transitional Living Center

The only thing better than reading a good story is playing a part in one. You can be a part of this amazing Story.   The story began over 10 years ago as a group of businessmen and … more

Sutherland Springs finds healing through VBS

SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas (BP) -- When First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs kicked off their annual Vacation Bible School the week of June 3, it looked profoundly different from two years … more

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On the border: 'Urgent need' to show Christ's love

TIJUANA, Mexico (BP) -- The two adult sisters risked their lives in a months-long journey from Cameroon in Central Africa to Tijuana, Mexico. Southern Baptist pastor Marshal Ausberry was surprised to … more

She continues husband's ministry legacy

SOUTH ASIA (BP) -- Shreya's grief remains raw. Only a few months ago, her husband was alive. Now he is dead. They were such good partners. They ministered together in their church, where he was a … more

Actually, Communication in Marriage Isn’t What’s Most Important

What you have probably heard is the number one problem is communication in marriage. I don’t believe that’s the case. It’s a problem, but not the main problem. The lack of … more

Mission Village Church

"Hey, what happened to Greenlight/Redlight?!" asked church member Jen's daughter.  She is one of the neighborhood kids who literally helped kickoff the first Mission Village Church Summer … more

How to Fight Fair:

Everyone has fights in their marriage, but not everyone knows how to fight. Not all conflict is created equal: some conflict brings you closer together while some leaves you farther apart. … more

FIRST BAPTISMS

King’s Cross Church launched just over a year ago on Sunday, March 3, 2018.  Ever since God has been faithful and gracious to bear fruit in and through our church in the Pacific Beach … more

Vacation Bible School

New Genesis Southern Baptist Church held their 12th Annual Vacation Bible School on July 24-28, 2019. They had a total of 70 kids plus 31 parents.   There were 5 commitments for … more

La Mesa: Glory Days: Revival

Part 3 of 3 A church called “The Hill” If you drive down Orien Avenue at just the right time on a Sunday morning, you’ll see it. Pass Helix High School on the right and look up on the hill to … more

With more migrants stalled in Mexico, Baptists may play larger role on border

(RNS) — As the director of disaster relief for the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention and a former resident of the border region himself, Scottie Stice and his colleagues have spent years … more

Leading Well: How to Have a Personal Leader Retreat

Are you a woman who leads? Maybe you don’t see yourself as a leader, but God has you leading someone right where you are. Maybe it’s your kids, your friends, or the teenager next door. … more

17th Annual Kids Camp

New Song Community Church in Oceanside hosted their 17th annual Kids Camp last week.  344 kids attended and participated in a variety of activities including; sports, musical theatre, … more

La Mesa: Glory Days: Arrival

Part 2 of 3 A city on a hill… There are seven of them. They pile their shoes just inside the front door, they scatter their toys behind and under and on top of the living room furniture, they sometimes … more

La Mesa: Glory Days

Part 1 of 3 That church on the hill… Sam Calhoun knows better—churches never die in a day. And yet, the 77-year old former pastor of Windsor Hills Community Church in La Mesa, California, still … more

5 Reasons to Host a Movie Night at Your Church

There’s possibly nothing more American than a trip to the movies. Okay, maybe baseball and apple pie, but not much else. Since the 1920s, Americans have been flocking to movie theaters. And … more
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