The CC South Bay W.I.S.E. Blog is Here!
We’re exited to bring to you the launch of the official blog here at Calvary Chapel South Bay!
The blog is going to be focusing on a variety different of topics, all of them are going to be centered around Pastor Steve’s W.I.S.E. vision for the church.
If you don’t know what W.I.S.E stands for, then this is for you:
W – Win a person to Christ – Proverbs 11:30
I – Instruct a person in Christ – 2 Timothy 3:16
S – Send a person for Christ – Romans 10:15
E – Encourage a person in Christ – Hebrews 10:24
That means that you’ll be able to visit the blog and read articles about evangelism, discipleship, missions, and encouragement.
You’ll also be able to keep up with the latest Christian news as well as trending topics in these areas.
Why Write a Blog?
With so much of our lives being on the Internet, there’s a HUGE opportunity to use the Internet to minister and encourage others.
We can now reach thousands and even millions of people all over the world through blogging.
As a church, we want to blog for Jesus! We want to communicate God’s grace to the world. Tweet
You Can Write Blog Posts Too
If you’d like to contribute an article, we’d love to hear from you.
You can email us for more information.
If you’d like to make sure that you’re getting access to all the latest stories from the blog, you can enter your email address below and we’ll send you every blog post as it gets published.
Praying the Lord bless this effort to save the lost and encourage the saved.
Thank you so much Brad. If you ever would like to blog about anything, especially on a topic that concerns singles, then that would be fantastic 🙂
Death and life are in the power of the tongue,
And those who love it will eat its fruit. Proverbs 18:21
That’s an amazing Scripture Roy 🙂
What a blessing. This will catch on like a fire in dry brush.
Thank you so much for that encouraging feedback, our hope is to minister and reach people all over the world with the good news 🙂
I like this scripture…I thought I knew the meaning of it until I was going through some real difficulties in my life, and then I learned the importance of watching my words…and even sometimes not to say a word…
Amen Angelica, I feel the same way that you do about the Scripture 🙂