1 week ago

Casa de Los Angeles

Weep with those that weep. We we're lucky at CDLA, and fire stayed a quarter mile away, La Mission did not fair so well. Amazing pictures Love Story Foundation! Looking forward to coming and praying with @STMinistries this weekend. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Casa de Los Angeles

Pouring the cement parking pad and prepped for pouring the driveway.Pouring cement for the parking pad in the "back yard". A driveway will soon be poured so the current residents can park next to their home.

This will be the main parking for staff and visitors. It is conveniently located near the entrance to the kitchen of the orphanage.
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4 months ago

Casa de Los Angeles

Somebody forgot to turn on the AC today, but we're still making good progress! The drainpipe has been rerouted, the permanent steps have been poured down to the tool garage, and once we finish the block on the Eastern wall, we'll backfill and pour the basketball court/parking lot and driveway in the next 2-3 weeks. Anybody want to come down and help move that pile of ruble at the bottom of the stairs, hit me up! Could use your help. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 months ago

Casa de Los Angeles

A huge thank you to the team from La Jolla Pres!!A team from La Jolla Presbyterian Church came for the day to serve at Casa de Los Angeles orphanage. They moved a lot of dirt, dug trenches for pipes, and more! Great job! Thank you so much for serving in this way! ... See MoreSee Less

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5 months ago

Casa de Los Angeles

Hey Friends of Casa de Los Angeles,

Hope all is well. Here are some firmer details for the super easy, super fun, one-day orphanage build trip.

We’re going to go down to Rosarito for the day on Saturday, June 29th and do some work to move this project along. Specifically, we are going to be jack-hammering some rock to make a walkway from the main orphanage building site to the new giant tool garage we just finished; and clearing and grading the hill in preparation for a driveway down to the coming basketball court.

Here’s the schedule we’re thinking:

7am Meet at La Jolla Pres
8am Ron Struska’s house in Rosarito, MX (there’s a possibility that some Mexican friends will meet us there)
8:30am Get to the CDLA site
12:30pm Lunch at the site
4:30/5pm stop working
5:30pm best taco’s you’ve ever had
±7pm get to the border
±9:30pm get back to La Jolla

Cost is buy your own tacos for dinner - maybe $5
and if you are able to kick in $20 for gas/insurance/van rental that would be awesome, but not a deal breaker.

It is going to be a wonderful day of fun, taco’s and Kingdom building work. I’m personally looking forward to working with you. If you’d like to invite family or friends that’s awesome, but if you could let me know who’s coming it would be super helpful with transportation.

God bless,

Jim
858-260-1982
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5 months ago

Casa de Los Angeles

Community together/Building a future together. At CDLA we love community, and working with like minded brothers and sisters. We want invite you to join our community building a bright future in Baja. Come join us for a one day build Saturday, June 29th. Move some dirt, eat some tacos, and hear the dream. Hit us up to join us. ... See MoreSee Less

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6 months ago

Casa de Los Angeles

The 2x4 Forest has been cleared! The storage garage is open and huge, and we’re ready for a roll up door. Come see it in person June 29th. #missiontrip #bajamissions #comebuildwithus ... See MoreSee Less

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6 months ago

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6 months ago

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A very enthusiastic men's group from La Crescenta Presbyterian Church worked on site all day Saturday, May 4. ... See MoreSee Less

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