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The Fellowship of Christian Athletes engages coaches and athletes to grow in their faith and sport. Our own Tom Sheck is the South Bay and Beach Cities representative. Click here for more information and/or to contact Tom.
Harbor Rock Recovery is a registered 501-c3 non-profit organization serving the community with Recovery Resources that include: 1. Assessment; 2. Referrals; 3. Biblical coaching and counseling; 4. Intervention services; 5. Christian Sober Living Environments.
The Pregnancy Help Center provides a safe, confidential and caring environment for women facing challenges related to a crisis pregnancy. The Center offers women practical help through counseling and other services leading to an informed choice in their life decisions.
With a vision to create an imprint of lasting positive change in our community, Sharefest began as a simple idea to leverage a community’s assets through the creation of working coalitions, growing local leaders, equipping interested youth and fostering volunteerism utilizing established community organizations. Rather than just coming in from the outside and encouraging a community to be a consumer of services, Sharefest collaborates with communities to help themselves, developing ownership.
Sharefest also focuses on mentoring youth to develop the leaders of tomorrow, fostering volunteerism in the community through service projects in specific points of influence including schools, parks and community programs, and establishing working coalitions made up of city leaders, schools, businesses, and the faith community.
A world-class organization for adolescents, Young Life
We take seriously Jesus’ words to “be [his] witnesses...to the ends of the earth.” To that end, King’s Harbor Church also partners with missional efforts on several continents.
Frontiers trains and mobilizes those with a desire to reach out to the un-engaged and serve for the love of Christ. Their mission: to engage “with love and respect, inviting all Muslim people to follow Jesus.”
John M. Perkins Center for Reconciliation and Youth Development is dedicated to seeing the Gospel of Jesus Christ restore entire communities across America. Their work in racial reconciliation and community development demonstrates God’s power to bring true unity and hope to areas across the country. For the past 50 years, Dr. John Perkins has dedicated his life to empowering people and ministries to work alongside the poor and vulnerable. His guiding verse in life is Galatians 2:20. For more information, contact Elizabeth Perkins at .