Donation Drop Offs - Mon. Wed. Friday (Temporarily)
1919 Apple St, Suite I, Oceanside 92054
At the BREAD OF LIFE RESCUE MISSION, we believe that every person has inherent value because they are created in the image of God. Our mission is to practically touch the lives of those who are hurting, hungry, poor, with the love and grace of Jesus Christ.
We offer a safe and nurturing environment where food, clothing, discipleship, rehabilitation, and vocational training resources are given to those who are seeking a better quality of life for themselves and their families. Bread of Life Rescue mission is 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is qualified to receive tax-deductible donations
Life, with its twists and turns, does not always move in the direction we had hoped. You may be in a place you never imagined you would be. At the Bread of Life, we can offer you the love and grace of Jesus Christ. We want to pray with you and for you. We want to know what makes your heart heavy. And, we want to encourage you with the truth of God’s Word.
As with anything in life, interpretation is in the mind of the beholder. So, as you read the poem, some things will be obvious. We’re here on this earth for a short time and none of us know how long...
On Memorial Day weekend, after the church service, I joined with members of the prayer team to share with those seeking help or counsel. Because of my years at Bread of Life...
While reading the bible the other day, I came across Ecclesiastes 7:1-4. “A good reputation is more valuable than costly perfume. And the day you die is better than the day you are born. Better to spend...
Just about everyone has experienced this. You’re driving and approach a stoplight. Someone is standing there with a cardboard sign, with a compelling message on why you should give them some...
It was Bob Hope who said, “You know you’re getting old when the candles cost more than the cake. Today I turn 80 and I don’t feel a day over 79. Have you noticed that when your birthday approaches, people...
The news reported this week that a street race ended in a crash killing two innocent people. It rekindled a memory of a family that attended a church I was the pastor of in Encinitas back in the 70’s...