Everything listed under: Missions

  • Sunday Review: February 25, 2018

    On Sunday, February 25th, guest pastor Joshua Earl preached the message “Why Do We Plant Churches" from Acts 11:9-30 as part of our 2018 International Missions Weekend. Below are a few discussion questions for Community Group or personal study this week. To listen to the message again, visit our Audio Resources page. To access the projection from the message, click here.Discussion Questions:1.

  • International Missions Weekend 2018

    Join us for our second annual International Missions Weekend!God has charged us to go and make disciples of all nations. The day we assume that priority is the day we start losing that priority. We can’t let that happen.

  • Prayer Points | The Persecuted Church

    Yesterday, during our Sunday meeting, Josh led us in a time of prayer for the persecuted Church around the world. The prayer points that he used are below for your continued use, followed by a short video clip from Open Doors Ministries explaining the need.Prayer points:Pray for the physical, emotional, and spiritual protection of our brothers and sisters facing their persecutors; and for endurance in the midst of persecution. Pray for persistent faith to follow Jesus Christ and proclaim His mar...

  • Testimony from Bolivia: Stephanie Shanks

    On Sunday, August 20, Stephanie Shanks shared the following testimony with the church about her time in Bolivia. We hope that her words continue to stir your heart toward missions and inspire you this week.I know being on the “sending” side can be harder in its own ways, to sit through testimonies like this when you wanted to BE there, but this Summer I realized just how much we leaned on you for support before and during the trip. So I’m grateful I get to share a report with y...

  • 2017 Summer Mission Trips to Bolivia

    Greetings friends,Thank you for your interest in our summer mission trips to Bolivia. We are excited and have been busy planning many details that we look forward to sharing with you. As we prepare, I have some information to pass on for all who may be interested.Please note that the first team meeting (for local participants) will be held on Sunday, May 21st after church at 12:30 pm at KingsWay Community Church.This summer, we have two trips planned.

  • International Missions Weekend Recap

    Our first annual Missions Weekend was a tremendous success on so many levels. I hope you enjoyed the time together as much as I did!Here are a just a few of my personal highlights, all of which are a distinct expression of God’s blessing on our church. This list could be much longer, but for the sake of time, I’ll stick to five.1.

  • International Missions Weekend 2017

    Church history is replete with congregations that started well, but didn’t finish well. At first, sound doctrine is cherished. Enthusiasm for gospel ministry runs high.

  • Sovereign Grace Mission Fund - First quarterly update

      The churches described in the New Testament are churches united through common fellowship, governance, and missions. Examples abound. The church in Philippi provided financial support for the church in Jerusalem during a major famine.

  • KingsWay Missions: Krugers' Need UPDATE

      Last week, I posted an urgent financial request from Josh and Lieze Kruger, one of the missionary couples we support. They had ten days to raise $2,500 to pay Namibian import taxes on their vehicles. For those who don’t know, the Krugers recently transitioned from South Africa, where Josh was coordinating short term mission trips for Operation Mobilization (OM), to Namibia, where Josh & Lieze will lead the OM field office and provide oversight for every OM missionary in the country.

  • KingsWay Missions: Krugers' Need

    A couple months ago, I told Josh Kruger Jr., “If you and Lieze ever have a one-time financial need on the mission field, don’t hesitate to call us. We love you guys and it's an honor to be aware of your needs and do everything we can to meet them." This week, I got an unexpected call on my cell. It was Josh.

  • Prison Ministry

      Last Sunday, Ben Rodill shared how God called him to prison ministry after his conversion in the mid '80s. He currently volunteers with Gospel Jail Ministry and is eager to help other Christians love incarcerated men and women with the good news of the gospel. Check out his testimony below for information on how to get involved.

  • Report from Casa de Esperanza

    Many of you have given generously over the last few weeks toward our missions work in Bolivia. Thank you! Tomorrow morning, we'll pray for the short term missions team heading to La Paz on July 19.

  • Bolivia Missions Team Opportunity

      We are making preparations for a Missions Team of twenty adults who will travel to Bolivia on July 18 to 31.  During the first week they'll provide medical and spiritual assistance to eighty children and the staff in an orphanage in Caranavi. During the second week, the team will visit churches in LaPaz and serve the Word Made Flesh ministry led by Andy Baker which provides support and training for women coming out of prostitution.  Andy is one of the three missionaries we suppo...

  • How You Can Help People in Nepal

      The benefits of partnership with Sovereign Grace Churches are significant. Chief among them is the opportunity to pool resources for gospel ministry around the world. The recent earthquake in Nepal affords exactly this sort of opportunity.

  • Fighting Against Sex-Trafficking & Prostitution

       On May 22 at 7:00 pm., Kingsway is hosting a Fashion Show / Sex Trafficking Awareness Event.  This will be a collaboration of efforts and talents highlighting the needs of Suti Sana, Elegantees and The Gray Haven Project. Our church has served both Suti Sana and The Gray Haven so this event is just another creative way of service.

  • Update from Bolivia

    Hola mis Hermanos y Hermanas, We have been so blessed seeing how God is working both in the orphanage in Caranavi and at Suti Sana in El Alto. Our time in Caranavi teaching sewing to the Tia's and the kids was amazing. I had about 30 students and much was accomplished for the time there.

  • 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.

  • Missions Work in Isaan

      Some of the most exciting work God has done in our church over the last few years revolves around international missions. From praying on Sunday morning for gospel ministry in various countries, to going on short-term mission trips, to financial support for full-time missionaries, the Lord has birthed a new passion in our heart to see his saving power made known among all the nations. One of the missionary families we began supporting financially in 2015 hails from the Sovereign Grace chu...

  • 2015 Bolivia Mission Trip

      One of the highlights of the past few years has been our growing relationship with a group of churches & ministries in Bolivia.  As we have been privileged to meet & serve these precious people, our hearts have been expanded and our vision for God's purposes lifted in ways that have transformed our lives. Missions trips provide excellent opportunities to expand our spiritual horizons and stretch in faith by ministering in a third world environment.  This summer we will h...

  • Pray for Brad & Tammy

      Brad and Tammy Bishop are preparing to head back to Bolivia to volunteer at Suti Sana, a ministry to former prostitutes in El Alto, and Casa de Esperanza, an orphanage in Caranavi. Tammy kindly agreed to give us a preview of the trip so we know how to support and pray for them. I thank God for their example of loving people with the compassion of Jesus.  Brad and I will be heading back to Bolivia March 11th.