His song is inspiring people all over the world, but the local Bonita Valley pastor ever thought he would be able to sing it. “That song became my anthem,” Pastor Jason David, who has been battling tongue cancer, told NBC 7. "They told me … we're not sure you'll ever sing again or even speak again that was devastating. There was a point I wasn't sure if I would play piano again.”At one point his treatments were so painful he didn’t know if he wanted to live.
An undercover investigation into auto theft operations in San Diego County landed dozens of suspects in jail and led to the recovery of $1 million worth of stolen cars, the San Diego County District Attorney’s office announced Thursday.
A man who had his bicycle stolen is now using the experience to help less-fortunate children get bikes of their own. Rob Greenfield only had about 100 possessions to his name when one of his most important items was stolen from him — his bike. As he was sitting no more than 20 feet away, a thief swiped his bamboo bike from plain sight in Mission Beach. "All of a sudden I hear a noise behind me and I turn back and I just see my bicycle zooming off with someone on it," Greenfield said.
I sat down with local #BonitaValley pastor @JasonDavidMusic about the song he wrote called “These Walls” that helped him during his battles with tongue cancer.
On #NBC7 @ 6PM, the inspiring story about how his song is now changing people’s lives all over the world. https://t.co/nEuC6G5FT2
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