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  • Sunday Review: November 19, 2017

    Below is a brief review of our meeting on Sunday. To celebrate our annual Thanksgiving Sunday Meeting, we had an extended time of worship and corporate praise for all that God has done in and through us this year. As such, there was not a formal message.

  • Story of Life Change: Beth Webb

    Last month, Beth Web shared a testimony about how God was working in and through her to be a light to her co-workers. The text of what she shared is below. Please be in prayer for her continued relationship with these women.* Please note: Names below have been changed to protect privacy.A couple of weeks ago I met with Matthew and told him some things that were going on with my job, and he asked me to share them with you.Some of you know, I used to teach part-time in the public schools, but...

  • 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...

  • Sunday Review: November 12, 2017

    This morning, November 12, 2017, KingsWay families gathered for a time of worship, teaching, and fellowship. Below are a few discussion questions about Chris' message, followed by projection from the message, and a brief review of the meeting as a whole.Discussion questions for Community Group or personal study this week:1. Chris taught that our faith is worth more than gold; nothing is more important than our relationship with the Lord.

  • Christian Freedom

    Freedom in Christ is one of the sweetest gifts of the gospel. It’s also a topic that creates no small amount of confusion in the church. Are we free to do whatever the Bible commands?

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