Pastor's Blog

  • 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.

  • Sunday Review: November 5, 2017

    Yesterday, November 5, 2017, KingsWay families gathered for a time of worship, teaching, and fellowship. Below are a few discussion questions about Matthew's 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:1. What is your present experience with "combat"?

  • Story of Life Change: Victor Zayas

    This morning as part of his baptism, Victor Zayas shared the following testimony. We hope that his words continue to inspire you this week.I have always believed in God ever since I can remember. I believed in Him as the supreme being over everything and everyone.

  • Foster Child Service Project 2017

    An essential element of KingsWay's mission is to love our neighbors. This is done in many ways, both organic, day-to-day, interpersonal interactions and "church-sponsored" projects alike. This season, many in our church family are living out this directive with one such service project, sponsoring a local foster child for Christmas.

  • Prayer Points: The Election

    On Sunday evening, October 29, we gathered together for our second quarterly prayer night. The theme for the evening was to pray for our political leaders as well as the upcoming election. Prayer points and scripture readings from the meeting are below for your continued use.2017 Quarterly Prayer Meeting Our Nation“From of old no one has heard or perceived by the ear, no eye has seen a God besides you, who acts for those who wait for him.” - Isaiah 64:4“…I urge that supp...

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