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Serving In-N-Out Burgers at Placentia-Linda Hospital

Generosity and In-N-Out

For the last 11 months health care workers have been on the front lines of the COVID battle. In our community there are close to 300 men and women who work at Placentia-Linda Hospital (PLH). As part of our effort to love our community and ensure these workers knew how much we appreciated their work,…

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Fasting

How We Fast

Everyone feels hunger and only food and drink can fulfill that need. But what does it mean to have spiritual hunger? When we fast, we recognize that we need more than just food to sustain us. We hunger and desire for God Himself. In fasting, we take time to stop satisfying our own desires to…

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Prayer Story

How We Pray

The discipline of Prayer puts us in proximity to God to dialogue with Him. Through prayer, we lean into our Father who desires to speak to us and hear from us. Jesus himself set the model for what and how to pray to God. We bring praise for who He is, thanksgiving for what He’s…

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How We Listen

Spiritual disciplines aren’t just something we learn about—they are something we need to put into practice. This is why our new series is called Spring Training. Spiritual disciplines are things we practice in our training as followers of Christ, ways in which we are training to be more like Him. For each of us, this…

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Connecting with Youth

Connecting with Youth

A big and common need in this season has been connectedness. We, as humans, have an innate desire to connect in any season, but it has been unique and challenging in this specific time. From being limited in social activity to having schools be shut down, students deeply desire to be known and seen right…

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Faces of our Family

Faces Of Our Family

Josh Ching Josh is a second year student at Point Loma studying kinesiology. He loves to play basketball, hang outside and play board games and card games. “God is really showing me His consistency throughout all the inconsistency in the world. It’s so easy to think one way and have this idea that maybe things…

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The World of Titus

Before creating a list of resolutions or thinking of goals for the year, my first New Year’s tradition is watching through all of The Lord of the Rings movies. When I was a kid, they were always playing on TV during this season and the urge to watch them around the welcoming of a new…

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The Gift of Jesus

Isaiah 9:6-7 is part of a prophecy given by Isaiah, describing the coming Messiah. It was given to the Kingdom of Judah, in the midst of great political turmoil. In these verses Isaiah uses four names to describe this coming Messiah: Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace. Remarkably, these names were…

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2020 Reflection

My dad drew great maps. Sure, he was an artist but, the quality of his drawings aside, his maps were great because of the detail. All the necessary and helpful streets were labeled and important visual landmarks were sketched in too. He could have added much more detail because he knew all the street names…

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Who Do You See?

The heart of the $50K Days of Christmas campaign isn’t simply to give gifts during the holidays to those in need. It’s also an opportunity for us to do what Jesus does. Throughout the gospels, we see instances where Jesus encounters people with real needs and gives of Himself and His resources in order to…

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