Pastor's Blog

  • Student Lock-In

    Rich and Anna Rogness are crazy.  For the second year in a row, they're hosting a youth lock-in at the building. From 6:00pm this Friday to 9:00am Saturday morning, they will be playing games, eating pizza, watching movies, and generally having a good time with Impact & Frontline students. Neither one plans on getting much sleep.

  • Sunday Review - March 9

    Here's a quick review of our meeting last Sunday, including discussion questions for Community Group this week.  Josh Kruger called us to worship Haider led us in singing Who Am I and I Will Rise We learned a new song, Stay and Wait, and sang Sovereign We welcomed our first time guests Gail Emerson shared a testimony of her experience at Kingsway as part of our church's 25th anniversary celebration - A Month to Remember Gene gave the pastoral prayer Bob Shanks read 1 Peter 2:4-10 Gene preac...

  • Testimony: Missional Community

    Missional community lies at the core of our identity as the people of God for at least two reasons.  First, our identity is bigger than us. Saving faith doesn't just unite us with person Jesus Christ. Saving faith unites us with the church of Jesus Christ.

  • Provision Garden

    If you've been around Kingsway for a while, you probably already know about our Food Pantry. What you may not know is that we planted a garden on our church property last spring to grow nourishing, fresh food to supplement our Food Pantry. It's called the Provision Garden and is the brainchild of MaryBeth Haggard.

  • 2014 Missions Fund

    We have an opportunity to make a financial contribution this Sunday to the 2014 Sovereign Grace Mission Fund. For many years, the missions fund has enabled us to partner with other congregations who share our denominational commitment to planting and building local churches around the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ.  Here are three reasons why my family will be investing in the mission fund this year. 1) We believe God is transforming us into a church that’s actively involved in inte...

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