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  • 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?

  • Book Recommendations | Songs of Lament

    I hesitate to say that I have enjoyed preaching through the Songs of Lament over the last few months, but I honestly have. They are in the Bible for the simple reason that suffering remains a normal part of Christian existence until Christ returns. So while I wish we didn’t have to engage with the darkness of affliction, I am ever so thankful that God hasn’t left us alone in the dark.He gives us songs to sing.

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