Jae Stockton
Jae Stockton

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Theological Education Theological Education
Jae Stockton will serve through the Baja Baptist Seminary in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico. Jae is an information technologist who will provide technical assistance to seminary students and church leaders, both at the Mexicali campus and at other seminaries in the region. She will also provide assistance for the online Masters in Theological Studies in Latino/a Ministries, a joint effort with Palmer Seminary of Eastern University through which International Ministries and American Baptist Home Mission Societies personnel train church leaders throughout the Americas. Jae will also support the Baja Baptist Seminary programs of Evangelism and Discipleship.
Projects, Journals & News
| A Grateful Heart!

I can’t believe that summer is officially over in a few days!  School has been in session for three weeks now, so it felt like summer was over weeks ago….

| A Fresh Beginning, Indeed!

On resurrection Sunday we reflect on what Jesus did on the cross for us, He sacrificed His own life to give us a fresh beginning.  With His love, He selflessly bore the weight of the world on His shoulder; by His precious blood, He wiped away our sins, transgressions, and iniquities.  I thought about my own life.

| “Thank You” is Not Enough for the God I Serve!

As I’m writing this journal it’s now forty-five minutes past the first hour of the New Year.  Can you believe it? It’s 2018!!! It’s hard to believe how time flies.  My heart is overwhelmed with gladness.  I serve and love a great and faithful God.  2017 was an amazing year for me.  When I think of God’s goodness, I think of all that He has done in my life.  My memories always bring me back when I was a kid growing up in the Philippines.

| God’s Whisper on the Canonicus Trail

Did you know that we serve a true living God Who heals? A true living God Who knows our struggles and dreams? A true living God Who hears our prayers and has a hope and a future for us? Now, let me ask you. Have you ever been in a place in your life where you don’t know where your next step would take you? I did. I was medically discharged from the US Army in 2006 and I felt like that was the worse time of my life. Read More…