Cradle to Crown

What is it?

Cradle to Crown is the Central California Conference initiative for integrated discipleship. The focus of the initiative is to call and develop every member—from birth to old age—into an active, growing, leading disciple of Jesus Christ and a center of influence for the kingdom of heaven.

What's the goal?

The goal of the Cradle to Crown initiative is to connect ministries in building up individuals, homes, churches, schools, and communities in relationship with Christ. More specifically, the goal of the initiative is to connect people to the community of support and resources available to help them grow as disciples and disciple-makers and members of the Seventh-day Adventist church. The initiative also aims to increase engagement among all members, ministry leaders, and organizational employees by uniting and integrating ministries, resources, and efforts toward this end.

Bridges: Bay Area for Jesus

What is it?

Bridges: Bay Area for Jesus is a multi-year evangelism partnership initiative launched in 2013 by the Central and Northern California Conferences in order to reach and impact the Bay Area for Jesus. Both conferences are planning joint efforts as well as individual events and approaches unique to the vision and priorities of each conference.

What's the goal?

The goal of the Bridges initiative is to energize and inspire Seventh-day Adventist believers in the Bay Area and beyond to engage and impact their communities with the gospel message. All efforts are aimed at building bridges that lead to vibrant relationships and ultimately to Jesus Christ in preparation for His return.

The Master's Key

What is it?

The Master’s Keys is Central’s holistic stewardship initiative based on Christ’s words in John 10:10: “The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.”

What's the goal?

The goal of The Master’s Keys is to call people to understand and embrace God’s holistic stewardship formula as contained in the four T’s of stewardship: time, treasure, talent, and temple (body). In addition, Central’s initiative calls for one more T, terra.  This final T speaks to God’s creation, the stewardship of the land. Together, these powerful elements of stewardship invite all people into a vibrant and abundant relationship with God in which we recognize Him as Lord and partner with Him to enlarge His Kingdom throughout Central and beyond.

Life Hope Centers

What is it?

The Central California Conference has recently launched a new initiative to drive the development of Life Hope Centers and to inspire each individual to become a “center of holy influence” (Evangelism, pg. 304.3). These centers are intended to serve local communities by meeting needs specific to each community.

What's the goal?

The goal of Life Hope Centers is to begin by purchasing multiple mobile dental units to serve uninsured and under-insured residents of the Bay Area with free dental care as an ongoing follow-up to the 2014 Bridges to Health mega clinic event. The initiative also includes the purchase of a service unit improvement trailer, which will allow teams of volunteers to take on various charitable home improvement mission projects. Future Life Hope Centers are being considered throughout Central.

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