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The Issachar Initiative

Issachar Initiative

Paul Saber, who serves on the boards of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritan’s Purse, is also chair of Issachar Initiative, which provides resources and seeks to equip missions groups around the globe toward more efficient ministry by uniting ...

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Adventurous gospel


Life of Valor offers four distinct programs, the newest being a daily devotional and physical workout. Daily Dose, or D2, is designed to help men build up their spiritual and physical endurance. Participants are encouraged to share their experiences with ...

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Giving back | Holiday offers opportunities to help others


For many families, volunteering on Thanksgiving or throughout the holidays is as big a tradition as eating turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie. San Diego, known for its generosity, offers plenty of opportunities for those who wish to spend at least ...

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IMAX to show stunning Jerusalem film


San Diegans will have an opportunity to tour Jerusalem and some of its holiest sites without having to leave the county, thanks to a new IMAX film set for release Nov. 20 at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center. “Jerusalem” ...

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Urban harvest plentiful in San Diego County

Harvest festivals

With children back in school, the football season under way, deciduous leaves starting to turn, and the cool images of tan sand and blue waters giving way to hues of orange, yellow and brown, its evident that Halloween is soon ...

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Bible women are focus of new book series for girls

Erin Weidemann

ENCINITAS — “Bible Belles,” a new book series for girls that is designed to model the feminine traits of five “superhero” women from Scriptures, has released its first installment. “Hannah: The Belle of Prayer” shares the story of the biblical ...

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Creation museum to host annual festival

Creation and Earth History Museum

SANTEE — The Creation & Earth History Museum will hold its 10th annual Museum Day Family Festival from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sept. 26. The free event will showcase the grand opening of the turtle and tortoise enclosures. Other ...

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