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May/June Newsletter 2015

 




 
CostaMeda Baptist Assoc. Newsletter 
May/June 2015
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To equip church members to share their faith 

MY316 is an evangelism witnessing tool to help people use John 3:16 and their personal testimony to lead others to faith in Jesus Christ.

MY316 materials were written by Randy Adams, executive director of the Northwest Baptist Convention, and have curriculum guides developed specifically for kids, students and adults.

For more information and materials please click on the picture above.

 

 
June 4th, 2015 
Fall Meeting

Meeting the First Thursday of Every Month

First Baptist Pacheco

333 Center Ave

In the previous months we had the intro to the study "The Four Things You Didn't Learn in Seminary." This month we will continue the study.

 

 
Josias Robledo 

SAN JOSE - "We haven't called you to preach in English. You are going to preach in Spanish." Those words changed Josias "Joe" Robledo's ministry focus. Named one of five of the North American Mission Board's top church planters in 2005, Joe serves with the California Southern Baptist Convention (CSBC) Church Starting Group as a church planting catalyst. A third-generation Baptist, Joe's rich cultural heritage began in Mexico with the evangelization of his great-grandfather by a Baptist missionary. "My great-grandfather was a bricklayer. He actually helped to build the Baptist church and parsonage in Monte Morelos, Mexico. Later, he saw his son, Moises, become the pastor of that church. Moises Robledo, my grandfather, worked for the Home Mission Board during the Roaring Twenties."

Raised in a Christian home in San Jose, Joe's call to ministry was nurtured during his childhood by parents who were actively engaged in Baptist life and missions. Pastor Jesus Rios, the first pioneer Mexican pastor to start Spanish work in California, baptized Joe. At the age of 17, Joe realized that Jesus wanted to be more than his Savior, He wanted to be the Lord of his life. "My journey took me to California Baptist College (CBC) (now California Baptist University), and God opened my eyes to ministry. Little did I know it would be a Spanish ministry. I was totally adapted to the Bay Area culture. You know, USA Boy, apple pie, and Taco Bell®." During his senior year at CBC, Joe had his first student pastorate at a church in El Cajon. It was there in 1974 that God set Joe's ministry.

To Finish his amazing Story please click on her picture.

 

 
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE 

Please take a minute and look at our website and make sure that all the information we have is correct. If you as a pastor, have had any changes in your personal cell number or e-mail, please also let us know. Thank you.

website: costameda.org

email us: costameda@me.com

 

 
Jenness Park 
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Centrifuge is designed specifically for students in grades 7-12, but has complete youth ministry in mind. The program includes Bible study, guided quiet times, recreation, worship, personal tracks and fellowships for everyone and offers additional training for youth leaders. Centrifuge will impact your youth ministry, creating bonds and relationships that will carry on beyond this week-long experience.

For specific Dates and to Register Please click on the picture.

 

 
The Block Party Trailer is Here! 

The BPT is starting to fill up for the summer, if you are having a summer event, or VBS, please call and reserve your date before it is too late.

For information on how your church can use the BPT please visit the association website.

 

 
2 Locations 
lunch

Tuesday May 19th

11: 30 AM

Mimi's Cafe (Dublin)

4775 Hacienda Dr, Dublin

Thursday May 21st

11:30 AM

Black Bear Diner

3201 Main St, Oakley

*PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PASTORS LUNCHES WILL TAKE A BREAK DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS OF JUNE, JULY, & AUGUST.

 
 
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