Your Part

Being committed to the restoration of broken lives takes the involvement of the whole body of Christ. As Paul reminds us: “Brothers, if someone is caught in a sin, you who are spiritual should restore him gently. . . carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.” This means that not only the staff at Dayspring is needed to do the work of the ministry, but other Christians are needed as well. There is a specific need in our ministry that each one of you can fill.

Anyone interested in being involved in the ministry of Dayspring can contact our offices for further information. But for now these are a few of the ways you can immediately get involved:

  • The success of this ministry depends on the grace of God and the prayers of the Saints. Dayspring NEEDS YOUR PRAYERS! If you are so inclined to put us on your daily prayer list, we would be deeply thankful.
  • The continued growth of this ministry is also dependent on the generous support we receive from individuals just like you — people who believe God wants them to financially partner with us in our ministry.

We have never turned anyone away for lack of funds. Because of this you can see the importance of any donation we receive. All gifts are tax deductible and are used to fund many of Dayspring’s ministries. The following are just a few:

~~ Free counseling for anyone who needs it–a donation can be made yet is not necessarry;

~~ Aiding single parents with unexpected financial needs;

~~ Food and financial aid for the elderly and poor;

~~ Assistance to the families of deployed soldiers;

~~ Counseling for adults people dealing with difficult issues;

Your gifts can be made out to, “Dayspring Counseling” and should be sent to our offices at: 5396 Greenbrier Ave., San Diego, CA 92120. Or use the “contact” link for any further information needed.

  • Lastly, there is something we would like to do for you. If you need prayer for anything at all please e-mail us your requests and we will take them to the Lord. We believe that “the prayer of a righteous man (another Christian) is powerful and effective.” (Jms. 5:16)

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