Thursday, April 10, 2014

Are you a Worshipper? Do you love to worship?

Come to an intimate time of worship in Ramona.
Saturday, April 18 at 7 pm.
Worship led by Mike Hubbard and Band.
Address is 22720 Tombill Road in Ramona.
For mor information, call 760-822-7235

Faith and Family Night at the San Diego Padres Game!

Grab your peanuts, popcorn and Cracker Jacks and get to the game.
The San Diego Padres will have Faith and Family Night on Saturday, May 10.
The Padres vs. the Florida Marlins game will begin at 5:40 p.m.
The Faith and Family night includes the game plus a post-game concert with Phil Wickham. 
There will also be Padre players after the concert for a Q&A time and they will also share their testimonies. 
Churches can receive a discount for the game with tickets, as low as $11. 
To purchase tickets follow the link: visit and find Good News Offer.
Enter the code: GOODNEWS. 
For details, contact Chelsea Dill at (619) 795-5398.

Thanks for supporting these great Faith and Family night events! 

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Dr. Timothy J. Winters, pastor emeritus of Bayview Baptist Church rests in Heaven

SAN DIEGO, March 17, 2014 -- It is with melancholic hearts, but joyful adulation that we inform you that Dr. Timothy J. Winters, Pastor Emeritus of the Bayview Baptist Church transitioned to his Heavenly mansion on Saturday, March 15, 2014. We solicit your prayers for his wife; Mrs. Betty J. Winters, daughters; Phyllis and Tori, grandchildren, extended family members, modified-extended family members, close friends, Senior Pastor Terry Wayne Brooks, and the Bayview Baptist Church.
With over 40 years of ministerial service, Pastor Winters was truly an exceptional leader whose altruistic spirit and generous influence stretched beyond the Bayview Baptist Church Family and the San Diego community, into the world. His presence, preaching, and prayers will be tremendously missed, but his legacy will live on. Rest well Pastor Winters, we’ll see you in the morning.
During this time of bereavement, we humbly request your consideration for the family’s privacy and space.
Victory Celebration Services:
Bayview Baptist Church Family
Sunset Celebration Tuesday, March 25, 2014 Bayview Baptist Church 6134 Benson Avenue San Diego, CA 92114 BBC Viewing & Visitation: 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Celebration Service: 7:00 p.m.
Bayview Baptist Church Family, Sister Churches, and Community
Wednesday, March 26, 2014 Bayview Baptist Church 6134 Benson Avenue San Diego, CA 92114 Public Viewing & Visitation: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Service: 11:00 a.m.

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Worship for the Nations

Worship For The Nations

Saturday, June 29, 2013 - Worship Starts at 5:45 p.m. with a Break and another set at 7:00 p.m.

Brings your Bibles, Journals, Paper and Pens.

Recreational Music Center, 2590 Truxtun Rd., Suite 104. at Liberty Station in San Diego. We are located in the building diagonally across from North Chapel in Liberty Station. Parking available in the VONS parking lot

Human Trafficking Updates


Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition will be providing updates to the media and service providers on the regions hottest spots for trafficking.   We will be focusing on the southern region of San Diego where we believe the heaviest activity is at this time. In addition, we will be providing information on other regions in our community.

Executive Director Marisa Ugarte is available for interviews.  In addition, the event will be taking place
at the BSCC offices which include the Journey Thrift Store which raises money for the non-profit BSCC and the
Journey Trafficking Library This new, first of its kind resource center, can be used by students and others wishing to understand the issues involved in human trafficking.

This media availability is Friday, June 28th at  241 National City Blvd, National City, CA.91950 
Please call to confirm your interview.  (619)-336-0770

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Royal Family KIDS Camp movie premiers in San Diego

Movie producer donates 40 percent of proceeds to San Diego Royal Family KIDS Camps
San Diego, CA (April 22, 2013) – CAMP, a movie inspired by the heartbreaking stories of foster children will be playing in limited release opening Friday, April 26th, at 7:00 pm at AMC Mission Valley 20 theater in San Diego. “The movie is based on the experience of campers and counselors at Royal Family KIDS Camps, including the camps held locally here in San Diego,” said writer/director Jacob Roebuck.
“When I volunteered at a camp just like the ones in San Diego, I saw the huge need for people to step up and love these abused and neglected children,” said Roebuck. “There is no other medium like a movie that can entertain and encourage people to become engaged.”
Besides encouraging people to volunteer to serve at a camp for abused and neglected children, CAMP will also raise money for the two local San Diego camps during its one-week run at AMC Mission Valley 20. Forty percent of the producer’s proceeds will be donated to help finance the Royal Family KIDS Camps run locally by camp directors Andrea Barboza and David & Becky Millat.
"I loved this movie because it shows what a week of our camp is like,” said Becky Millat, codirector of the Spring Valley camp. “The range of emotions we, as staff and counselors, feel in one week at camp is nothing compared to what our kids deal with the rest of the year. I hope people that see CAMP will and be moved to help in some way.”
"CAMP really hit home for me. There were so many moments during the movie that reminded me of a child at our camp,” said San Diego camp director Andrea Barboza. “This movie will help people that aren't involved in Royal Family to understand the true nature of an RFK camp: it's uniqueness, complexity, sensitivity, and the impact it has on the children that go to camp."
In addition to playing at AMC Mission Valley 20 in San Diego, the film will open in 17 additional cities in Texas, Alabama, Michigan, Maryland, Florida, Oregon and Iowa on the 26th, and has already opened in 45 cities since it’s release. The movie is scheduled to play in around 100 theaters during its limited release run this spring.
About the movie (
On his 10th birthday, Eli is placed in a foster home after being abused by his father. Meanwhile, to impress a potential new client, investment advisor Ken Matthews (Michael Mattera) signs up to be a camp counselor and gets paired with the troubled Eli (Miles Elliot). Once at camp, Ken struggles between his self-serving motives and Eli's need for unconditional love. After painful revelations, Ken is forced to take drastic measures to earn back Eli's trust.
CAMP also stars Asante Jones, (Parenthood, Dexter) Grace Johnston, (Snitch, The Devil's Dozen) and Matthew Jacob Wayne (New Girl, The New Normal).
About Royal Family KIDS Camp Local
This summer City View Church will be hosting it's 18th Royal Family KIDS Camp, serving abused and neglected kids in San Diego County. In 1994, a group of people from City View recognized the need for a camp for foster kids in San Diego and in 1995 the church hosted the first RFKC in the county. After nearly two decades of camps, RFK Camp #35 has touched the lives of hundreds of hurting kids who are looking to be loved and encouraged. It is their hope that CAMP will inspire people to get involved in their local Royal Family KIDS Camp by volunteering their time, donating resources, or sponsoring a child for a week of camp. For more information on how you can get involved, please contact City View Church at (858) 560-1870 or
This will be the 10th year of camp sponsored by Faith Chapel in Spring Valley. There are many ways to get involved with camp, and the team is always looking for more people to be involved. If you are interested in helping in any way please contact the camp directors at 619 667 7100
About Royal Family KIDS Camp (
Royal Family KIDS, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is the nation’s leading network of camps for abused, neglected and abandoned children. By mobilizing local churches to sponsor a one week camp for abused and neglected children, ages 7-11 in their local community, RFK gets caring adults involved in the lives of children who need them most. Each camp has two very simple goals: make positive childhood memories for the kids and let them experience unconditional love from an adult.
About Roebuck Media (
Based in New Mexico, Roebuck Media is a privately-held LLC specializing in films that entertain, edify and inspire audiences. Their first feature, Coyote County Loser, was distributed by CURB entertainment and Monarch Home Video, and is available on DVD, BluRay, Netflix and iTunes digital download.

Thursday, April 11, 2013

FCC may drop ban on TV nudity, expletives

WASHINGTON (BP) -- Nudity and expletives normally reserved for cable television would be allowed on broadcast TV under a proposal from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

In an announcement that received little attention but could have a major impact on America's families, the FCC April 1 announced it is considering changes to the current broadcast indecency policies that would permit "isolated expletives" and isolated "non-sexual nudity" on broadcast TV, something that currently could draw a fine.

The FCC is asking for public feedback on the proposed policy. The deadline is the end of April.

Dan Isett, direct of public policy for the Parents Television Council, said the proposal -- if passed by the FCC's five commissioners -- would lead to dramatic changes on TV.

"Broadcast television would look like HBO -- more nudity, more language, more everything," Isett told Baptist Press.

In its three-page public notice April 1, the FCC said it is seeking public comment on whether the commission should treat "isolated expletives" as it did in a 1987 case -- in which an expletive had to be "deliberate" and "repetitive" to be considered a violation -- or as it did in a 2004 case in which the use of an expletive, even if isolated, could draw a fine.

On nudity, the FCC asked, "Should the Commission treat isolated (non-sexual) nudity the same as or differently than isolated expletives?"

The public can comment on the proposal through the FCC's website, (Click on "submit a filing.") The case is GN Docket No. 13-86.

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