Good News Stories
The San Antonio Marriage Initiative (SAMI) is a community of purpose – a Christian, volunteer, community based association focused on marriage whose goal is to network, equip, and mobilize the church community to strengthen marriages in the San Anton
February 22, 2019 By Editor Beacon
At DOCUmation, we know that technology can really help or hinder a business. As a locally owned technology solutions company that provides print, IT and software services for businesses and other organizations, we want to help ensure that your techno
December 16, 2016 By Editor Beacon
The Sanctuary of Hope (SOH) is the result of a life-long dream of Pastor John Hagee, Senior Pastor of Cornerstone Church. It is a home for young women, ages 12 through 23, who are faced with difficult life-changing decisions concerning their pregnanc
December 16, 2016 By Editor Beacon
Leaders want their teams to be happy. Allowing employees to work remotely, incentivizing longevity with more paid vacation time, offering great insurance coverage — undoubtedly, these perks rank high on every staffer’s list.
November 24, 2019 By Jennie Rosio
San Antonio Youth For Christ: Partnering with entire school districts. SAYFC impacts kids and changes lives in middle schools and high schools through mentoring.
January 22, 2020 By Jessa McClure
We picture the holidays as a happy time, with families gathered cheerfully around the tree. Reality doesn’t often match the Hollywood image. For many, the holiday season adds increased pressure to an already struggling marriage. Issues like overspe
January 2, 2020 By Amy Morgan
Tell Your Story: From pimping, drugs and prison — a light breaks through and God takes a man from being in prison to ministering inside prisons.
January 6, 2020 By Richard Zowie
Leon Springs Baptist Church. You don't have to stay in the valley. This church provides a unique springboard for positive mental health changes through its Freedom Biblical Counseling program.
November 29, 2019 By Jessa McClure
The family was desperate. Having been cast from their home, unexpected circumstances had taken them over a bridge which collapsed behind them. Their children sensed the chaos swirling around them, even while family and friends tried to help.
December 2, 2019 By Amy Morgan
Mr. W Fireworks was started in 1966 by W.A. Wildman but we recognize God as the founder and director of our family owned business. For over 50 years now, we have helped families celebrate the birth of our nation and the beginning of a new year.
November 24, 2018 By Editor Beacon
Owner Edna Posey started Los Verdes Interior Gardens, a local family owned business, in 1987. She has a passion for plants, art and helping transform spaces through her living creative vision. Customer relationships are important to her and she enjoy
July 31, 2018 By Editor Beacon
Rose and Robert Reyes, directors of King’s Compassion, say they will be bringing Thanksgiving and Christmas to nearly 50 special individuals this year. They are the most forgotten of the forgotten: elderly men and women in our city who live below the
September 2, 2019 By Jennie Rosio
SA Hope Center: New name, same commitment to Christ The SA Hope Center nurtures, empowers and transforms for God’s glory. Find out how you can be a part of their momentum.
October 22, 2019 By Editor Beacon
Children’s Bereavement Center: Believing no child should walk the painful journey of grief alone Volunteers and certified grief counselors ensure relationships are strong and healthy so families feel they can move on together.
October 19, 2019 By Amy Morgan
Cru Military: PTSD battle rages but vets find peace The Dorners bring healing through the message of Christ to our veterans in Military City, USA. You can serve those who’ve served, too!
October 19, 2019 By Editor Beacon
Tell Your Story: United prayer is piercing the darkness with Christ’s light Have you been eager to pray with others for this city and nation? Find out how you can host a men’s or women’s prayer group.
October 18, 2019 By Jessa McClure
Church Under the Bridge (CUB) sacrifices for the least of these in our city unconditionally. As the old hymn goes, each can say he comes “just as I am, though tossed about. . .”
November 11, 2019 By Amy Morgan
Have you ever looked closely at a pearl? It is beautiful. You can even see your reflection in it if you look closely enough. But did you know it took years of irritation to turn that pearl into beauty?
October 7, 2019 By Denise R. Marcos
The city’s oldest protestant church, First Presbyterian Church (FPC), recently took on a new tenant. The tenant, Kingdom Restoration Lab (KRL), hopes their secret will get out.
October 21, 2019 By Richard Zowie
On a recent hot August morning, Unicity Leader’s Café was held at the First Presbyterian Church. There, Officer Doug Greene articulated our city’s biggest problem in four words. “Hurt people hurt people,” he said.
September 10, 2019 By Jennie Rosio