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Everyone loves a good story. We relate to stories. We are inspired by stories. Even Jesus used stories – parables – to help us understand spiritual truths.

Jesus said, “How can I describe the Kingdom of God? What story should I use to illustrate it? It is like a mustard seed planted in the ground. It is the smallest of all seeds, but it becomes the largest of all garden plants; it grows long branches, and birds can make nests in its shade.” Mark 4:30-32

Now we want to hear your story! Tell us about your recent salvation or any way the Lord has made a difference in your life! Or tell us about a time that CBC encouraged or supported you in your spiritual journey. Any “cool Jesus moment” that you can share will be an inspiration!

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Words Aren’t Enough

We have been attending CBC since 2005, and our lives are forever changed because of this. Prior to finding CBC, we were an unmarried couple living together and raising our son. In 2004, we “separated” and started living separate lives. As a single mother, I was devastated. After a few months, my son and I started attending CBC and Junior started attending another church. Over time, God worked on each of us separately and not only restored our relationship, but He made us a family again. We both asked Christ into our hearts and got saved. We got married soon […]
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An Integral Part

My wife Summer and I started attending CBC shortly after moving to San Antonio in late 2006. Since then God has done amazing things in our lives with the help of CBC. First off, we met many of our closest family friends in a young married Bible study, led by a residential builder named Chris Emmitt. There we met the Bingams, Grahams, Emmitts, Grahams, Freys and Sims. Beyond that class, Chris somehow convinced some of us guys that we’d benefit from starting a guys Bible study. We actually shared our thoughts and feelings and stuff and while initially very uncomfortable […]
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Give it a try!

I am so proud to be a member of the CBC community. My family has been worshiping at CBC for over 10 years now. We have been through ups and downs like everyone else but the one constant has been the friends we have made at CBC. Three years ago my father fell gravely ill, he was in intensive care for almost 11 months before he went to join the Lord. During this traumatic season we were supported by the amazing members of the Fellowship Riders, lead by Mike Kubena. My father had ridden with this motorcycle club for many […]
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