Joy matters

We all want it. God tells us where to find it. It's not found in being a good person. It's not found in doing your own thing. Joy is found in relationship with God through faith in Jesus Christ. If you know Jesus, you have joy. That's what our church is all about. Enjoying a growing relationship with God.

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  • New Vocal Ensemble

      Cindy Hickman is organizing a small ensemble of men and women who will sing at special music events throughout the church calendar year. A short explanation of her vision for the group is copied below. I'm excited to work with this group on Easter morning!  The word "worship" often brings to mind the picture of David before the ark of the Lord, worshiping God with abandonment and humility.

  • Sunday Review - March 22

    Below is a review of our meeting on Sunday, plus a few discussion questions for Community Group or personal study this week.  We began our meeting by singing Doxology, followed by Indescribable, And Can It Be, and I Will Rise. Kevin read Isaiah 65:17-25 and we sang It is Not Death to Die while worshiping God through the giving of our offerings. Matthew read 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 to close our time of worship.

  • Trouble with Sermon Audio

      We've had some technical trouble with the sermon audio portion of our website over the last week. Unfortunately, it meant that many of you could not access audio recordings from Sunday, March 15 or Sunday, March 22. We were able to resolve the issue late tonight thanks to some hard work from our tech team leader, Fabian Wisner.

  • Sovereign Grace 2015 Mission Fund

      On Sunday, March 22, we'll watch a short video highlighting some of the domestic missions work our family of churches has helped fund over the last year. This is the first of 3 quarterly videos Sovereign Grace is producing in 2015. We're going to watch this for two reasons.

  • Churches That Last (Part 2)

      Remember our question. Are there things we can do today that will ensure Kingsway is a vibrant, healthy congregation 100 years from now? Answer #1: Regularly remind one another that only Jesus builds the church Answer #2: Faithfully preach the gospel on Sunday mornings and every other day of the week I drew attention to the latter point at the end of our gathering last weekend.

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