Lay leaders of Solana Beach Presbyterian Church formed the Kingdom Builder Foundation to provide another reservoir of resources to expand and perpetuate the discipleship focus of their church that had been on display for the previous 55 years. While KBF is a relatively new organization, we reflect the values, focus and achievements of a church with an outstanding reputation that has been building God’s Kingdom since 1946.
"Answering God's call to do kingdom building at our church, in the community and around the world."
The Kingdom Builder Foundation sees a future where all missions are sustainably funded to do God's work on earth.
Kingdom Builder Foundation is a California nonprofit corporation that is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and allows for tax deductible giving.
The mission of Kingdom Builder Foundation is to build God's Kingdom by making financial grants to Christ-centered missions and ministries through the legacy gifts of members and friends of Solana Beach Presbyterian Church.
ABOUT KINGDOM BUILDER FOUNDATION
The vision and mission of the Foundation call us to do three things:
1. Become a growing community of fully devoted followers of Christ.
2. Serve with uncommon generosity by giving our time, our spiritual gifts and our financial resources.
3. Impact the world by demonstrating the Kingdom of God and inviting others to join.
BUILDING A LEGACY
The Kingdom Builder Foundation has been prayerfully and thoughtfully structured to instill confidence in potential donors. However, the Foundation's other primary focus, on par with its physical infrastructure, is the quality of those who serve. The Kingdom Builder Foundation is made up of people whose daily commitment is to submit to the will of God, be led by the Holy Spirit and seek a closer walk with Jesus Christ.
To date, The Kingdom Builder Foundation has granted over $750,000 to christian ministries impacting people across the globe.
27 October 2019Estate Planning SeminarLearn how to create and manage your family's estate plan during this lunch-time session offered from 12-1:30 at Debin Hall. We will be served by Mark Anderson and Steve Carter, both experts in the development and financial management of estate plans.