Prince Charming Has a Porn Addiction

If I could offer one piece of advice to those who are hoping to get married, are engaged, or are newly married it would be this: do not expect your spouse to fulfill you in a way that only Christ can. Read More

Why I Believe in Short-term Missions

This Summer, PCC is sending five teams to Kyrgyzstan on short-term mission trips.  John Gunter will be leading those groups. Here, he discusses why he believes in the importance of short-term mission trips. Read More

One of the Great Ones

This month’s blog series is on Foster Care and is part of PCC’s invisible(s) campaign. You can find out more, including ways to help Foster Kids in Los Angeles, on our website, invisibles.la. Meg Long is a former foster child. Here, she reflects on the kindness of her foster mother. Read More

Noche

This month’s blog series is on Orphan Care and is part of PCC’s invisible(s) campaign. This week’s blog post is from Noche, who is a former foster child. His story is a powerful testament to the faithfulness of God to work in the darkness of our lives, as well as how that darkness doesn’t immediately go away when we… Read More

Would You Love Me?

This month’s blog series is on Foster Care and is part of PCC’s invisible(s) campaign. You can find out more, including ways to help Foster Kids in Los Angeles, on our website, invisibles.la. This week’s blog post is from Demetrius Nathan, PCC’s Director of Youth Ministries, and former Youth Development Specialist at Casa Pacific in Ventura County. Read More

You Won’t Be Enough

This month’s blog series is on Orphan Care and is part of PCC’s invisible(s) campaign. You can find out more, including ways to help Orphans in Los Angeles, on our website, invisibles.la. This week’s blog post is from Shalini Renfro, who, with her husband, Gabe, is considering becoming a foster parent.   It’s not the right time for us… Read More

Three Things Foster Parents Don’t Have To Be

This month’s blog series is on Orphan Care and is part of PCC’s invisible(s) campaign. You can find out more, including ways to help Orphans in Los Angeles, on our website, invisibles.la. This week’s post is from Jason Johnson. You can read more by him at his blog.   To all those foster parents that are daily learning to… Read More

Piles of Bureaucracy

This month’s blog series seeks to address the struggle so many of us feel in connecting our workplace lives to our walk with Christ. Pacific Crossroads Church has partnered with PCC members Steve and Margaret Lindsey to start an exciting new project called the Center for Faith + Work Los Angeles to minister to this… Read More