Welcome to the online home of Calvary Chapel of Running Springs. We are located in the beautiful San Bernardino Mountain town of Running Springs, California—Conveniently situated halfway between Lake Arrowhead and Big Bear Lake right on Highway 18 where it meets Highway 330. It is our desire that you would join us as we worship our wonderful savior and that your thirst for Him would be quenched by drinking in the living water he so freely offers. We pray that as you visit this website you will be strengthened and encouraged in your daily walk with Jesus. If you are looking for a church home we would be delighted to have you come worship with us and prayerfully consider joining with us .... READ MORE   icandoallthings

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Keeping the body of Christ up to date with the political issues of our day at the crossroads of Faith, Family and Freedom---Ezekiel 3:16-18

If Uncle Sam Giveth

(Breakpoint) During a recent appearance on CNN, Roy Moore, the chief judge of Alabama’s Supreme Court, debated the issue of same-sex marriage with CNN’s Chris Cuomo, the son of the late New York governor Mario Cuomo and the brother of New York’s current governor, Andrew Cuomo.

21 Coptic Christians: Calling on Yesua for Strength that Never Drains Away

(RZIM) We’d like to think that we could look into the eyes of our would-be executioners and profess Christ. But if we’re genuinely reflective, we have to ponder whether we really would. And yet this I’ve learned from 21 men I’ve never met: I can do it through Christ who gives me strength.

“I`m Gay. And I Want My Kid To Be Gay, Too”

(Faith & Freedom) Many parents would like to see their children follow along in their footsteps, at least in some ways, but an op-ed published by the left leaning Washington Post this week is very revealing about what homosexuals really believe about their sexual orientation.

After 40 days, 7 seized homeschoolers ‘allowed’ home for 4 hours

(OneNewsNow) Seized from their home by police more than a month and a half ago with a promise they’d return within 72 hours, seven homeschooled children in Arkansas were just allowed last Friday to visit their parents at home for four hours before returning back into custody.