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The California Southern Baptist is the official newspaper of California Southern Baptist Convention. The monthly publication features news, opinions, information and promotional material for and about Southern Baptist congregations, mission endeavors, ministries, programs and emphases. While focusing primarily on California, the CSB also includes news about national and international Southern Baptist ministries.


Thousands of migrant workers' families in 42 towns across California have been blessed by this summer's Feeding Those Who Feed Us ministry of churches affiliated with California Southern Baptist Convention. Read More
Withdrawing fellowship from a member congregation and approving a reduced 2015 Cooperative Program objective for California Southern Baptist Convention topped the organization's fall Executive Board meeting, Sept. 11-12 in Fresno. Read More
"We're way different from any other church I've known of," says Pastor Harold Brown of Christian Fellowship in El Cajon and CEO of the East County Transitional Living Center. Read More
For 150 students and leaders, the week of July 19-24 was pivotal, as they converged on the Bay Area to work alongside local church planters for P2 Missions (also known as PowerPlant). Read More
October is "Cooperative Program Emphasis Month" in the Southern Baptist Convention, when churches are challenged to study CP - to learn about it, see what it does, pray about their part - and perhaps use the "1% Challenge" video as a catalyst. Read More
With World Hunger Sunday approaching (Oct. 12), churches and other groups that want to engage the global hunger crisis have a variety of resources available. Read More
Click here to read articles from previous issues of the CSB. Read More