FloodWaters, AAA Ministry
FloodWaters AAA (a ministry ANOINTED & APPOINTED for ACTION) has been chosen by Holy Spirit to minister to the spirit, soul, & body of individuals in the community. Letitia Dickerson answered the heart cry of God to see people set free spiritually, emotionally, physically, and financially. Originally from New Jersey, Letitia Dickerson has lived in San Diego county for more than 23 years. She is a mother and grandmother of four. She’s gone from homeless to owning two small businesses which she owned and operated for more than then 8 years so she understands the challenges of being inadvertently itinerant or peripatetic. She is Vice President of SoCal Day of Hope and President of Floodwaters ministry where community outreaches serve 100s monthly and 1000s annually. Her desire is to help others not just with a handout but a hand up. One of her greatest passions is youth ministry and she has ministered to and mentored youth for more than 20 years. Floodwaters mission is to feed and clothe the nations, walk out signs & wonders, cast out demons, lays on sick, and preach the gospel through word and deed.
Ways to donate to ministry: CASH APP: $TishaD28 VENMO: @Letitia-Dickerson Paypal: paypal.me/LetitiaDickerson. Please mail any checks or correspondence to: PO Box 2394, El Cajon CA 92021
Rebuilding faith, Rebuilding community, & Restoring souls back to God!
A few of operations of Ministry
- Public Safety: Protection of our residents is always a top priority. We need to rebuild faith and relations between community and law enforcement to ensure both the residents and the officers are safe. We need to protect our residents and local businesses from unlawful activity, unruly protesting, and/or or destruction of their property whether through looting, loitering, or other avenues. We need to be able to protect our homeless, especially homeless women who are frequently raped on the streets. We need to protect our children from things like Human trafficking. Also protection of public health through proper handling of Covid-19 issues and any possible variants.
- Covid-19: It’s obvious that Covid may be around for awhile and possibly forever. The current implementations of lockdowns, modified lockdowns, vaccine isolations, etc cannot be maintained if we want to be a thriving community. We need to unite in strategy to open schools, businesses, and community in its totality while exercising safety for public health.
- Homelessness: It’s an obvious issue in almost every community in San Diego County. La Mesa doesn’t have shelters but we can partner with other locations. I’ve been homeless and even lived at St Vincent De Paul Village for a while. I want to continue to work with organizations like ECLTC, Homestart, and others. However, I also want to add focus toward homeless children and transitioning youth that are aging out of the system. In addition, connect with programs that help with education and navigation so that the individuals getting assistance don’t stay on a merry-go-round or live in perpetual homelessness. Lastly, we can’t address homelessness without addressing safety. I will always work for the protection of our residents, their property, and their personage.
- Housing: Affordable housing is an issue all across California. Rents have increased at a much faster rate than salaries. Many of our East County residents need to have roommates to avoid being on the streets. Alot of residents use the majority of their monthly income to pay their rent. Mortgages are no better. Unless they are on Subsidized housing, our seniors that are low income or on SSI cannot afford to live by themselves. Some are forced to live in situations with others that can open the door for them to be taken advantage of and/or even put them in harms way. I was married to a man who was quadriplegic and my grandmother lives with me now. Both fit into the low income category and housing would have been an issue for them if they did not have family. I want to find ways to have more affordable housing in La Mesa
- Veterans: We can’t speak of any of the aforementioned without thinking of our veterans. More than 10% of east county, including our La Mesa, population are veterans and/or active duty. We need to find ways to service homeless vets through partnerships with organizations like DAV and veterans village. We are aware of the issues with veteran’s mental health, and many women and even some men face sexual trauma as well. Also, we need to find ways to support their fight to maintain good mental health. In addition we need to continue to build the La Mesa veterans commission so that it doesn’t just become another organization on the list purported to assist vets.
- Education: The public school system is its own state. So I have no desire for the school district to acquiesce it’s authority to the municipality. However, Id love to form coalitions with the school district and city council concerning shared interests. I’d love to have a cross-pollination of ideas & collaborations for the betterment of the children’s education and learning environment in our community.
Rebuilding faith, community, & public relations. Rebuilding La mesa!
Vice-President & San Diego Coordinator for the SoCal Day of Hope
Rebuilding faith, community, & public relations. Rebuilding La mesa!
MISSION STATEMENT – SoCal Day of Hope is a massive collaboration between the local churches, business and community service agencies to bring HOPE and transformation to southern California to elevate our communities.
SoCal Day of Hope is a regional collaborative outreach founded by Nellisa Lockley. Its intended to bring HOPE to the communities of southern California. SoCal Day of HOPE is one outreach conducted simultaneously at multiple locations where we serve 1000s in one day. We currently hold the outreach between two venues with the involvement of five counties. Our goal is to eventually have a venue in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego counties. Currently, the SoCal Day of HOPE is being held in Orange and San Diego County venues.
SoCal Day of Hope is designed to serve those in need including struggling families, single parents, homeless, unemployed, Veterans, and the underprivileged and under-served in our communities. The outreach provides Onsite meal, Groceries, Clothing, Haircuts, Community Service /Educational Helps, Health Screenings, Kids Zone, and Entertainment for the Entire Family ALL FOR FREE! SoCal Day of Hope also acts as a community liaison to provide free assistance to participants in order to connect with community agencies.
Outreach & Evangelism
As an ordained Evangelist, I never looks for pulpits to preach in because the world is a pulpit. I love bringing the hope and love of Jesus Christ to others. Rebuilding faith, community, &; public relations. Rebuilding La Mesa!
Ministering to the Homeless
Ministering the gospel in word and deed.
Trolley Station Evangelism
There is always time to pray for someone and let them know that you love them and God loves them more.
Feeding & clothing others
The poor will always be with us. Walking out Mathew 25:35-40 through our monthly outreach. Its always better to give then receive. Shout out to San Diego Food bank & Amvets for helping us to help others.