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.
Here at Calvary Chapel Running Springs our Vision is to “Turn the world right side up”. We purpose to accomplish this vision through our Mission which is “Knowing Him and making Him known through the Word and discipleship”.
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
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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
(OneNewsNow) A federal court is being asked to dismiss the lawsuit against a Texas justice of the peace who allows chaplains to pray in his courtroom. Judge Wayne Mack, who serves in Montgomery County, is being sued by a local resident who says the prayer violates separation of church and state. (Read More)
(The Stand) True Christianity is color-blind. As Paul put it, “There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is neither male nor female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus” (Galatians 3:28). (Read More)
(Faith & Freedom) A new report exposes the secretive money system in which members of Congress–both parties–“buy” top spots on the most powerful committees. To raise the money, they often collect from the very interests their committees are supposed to regulate. (Read More)
(OneNewsNow) Oklahoma Wesleyan University (OKWU) President Everett Piper has had enough with the “snowflake rebellion,” and declared again that he will not cave in to the demands of easily offended students who are often seen violently protesting perceived slights with regards to… (Read More)