Newbreak Church is the Right Church for Your Family in San Diego

Newbreak Church is the Right Church for Your Family in San Diego With the safest children’s ministry in San Diego, a thriving student ministry for your junior high and high school teens, a Life Group ministry that meets the needs of every adult in homes and online, and a church that worships and serves together…

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Newbreak Church is Committed to Tierrasanta

Tierrasanta is a unique community with a mix of longtime San Diegans, as well as having a housing community for the largest military population in the nation. We are “The Island In The Hills,” so the inland beach community feel is definitely present here. This is a very tight knit community with a lot of…

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Kingdom Builders Funds People and Projects Around the World

Kingdom Builders is how Newbreak funds the people and projects working both locally and globally to bring the life-changing gift of God’s grace to their world. Through generous giving above and beyond our tithe, we are able to share God’s love and His message of hope amongst communities here in San Diego, across the border…

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Give Clean Water and Kingdom Builders

Give Clean Water was birthed out of Newbreak Church in 2008 and began its own mission of bringing border to border clean water to that country. I know what you are thinking. Why would Fiji need clean water? Don’t we all buy those fancy little square bottles of Fiji Water in our stores? The answer…

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We are Committed to Ocean Beach

“If your church were to have close down, would your community even notice, and would they care?” I heard this question several years ago, and little did I know that it would become a question that drives me and shapes everything about how I approach “doing church.” It really opened my eyes to the idea that church…

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How to Create a Lasting Legacy

After forty years of full-time ministry, one of my greatest concerns was creating a legacy that would outlast my leadership and continue for generations to come.  Having said that, I actually developed this perspective early on in my journey.  While I was still doing my undergraduate work, I read books like Robert Coleman’s “Master Plan…

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