Pastor's Blog

  • Pray for Somalia

    God’s plans and purposes in this world are bigger than us.  His glory is too great for his praise to be confined to suburban America. God’s will and intent is that the praise of his name would be sung in every land, in every language, by every people and every nation. “May God be gracious to us and bless us and make his face to shine upon us, that your way may be known on earth, your saving power among all nations.

  • Sunday Review - April 27

    Here's a quick overview of our meeting this morning, including questions from the sermon for Community Groups to discuss this week.  Josh gave a call to worship from Psalm 96 Jeremy led us in singing Hope Has Come, Psalm 62, and As Long as You Are Glorified Jody and Gary shared prophetic words to encourage the church We watched a video about Somalia as we gave our tithes and offerings to the Lord Matthew led us in praying for the ministry of the gospel in Somalia Gail shared a testimony of ...

  • Sunday Review - Easter 2014

    Happy Resurrection Day!  Celebrating Easter as church family this morning was a pure joy. For those who were unable to join us, here's a quick review of our meeting including questions for Community Group this week. I gave a brief call to worship and the choir led us in singing Christ the Lord is Risen Today We sang Christ is Risen, He is Risen Indeed and listened to the children's choir sing God So Loved We sang Behold Our God and Chris read Luke 24:1-12 Gene prayed for our sister church i...

  • FAQ's on the Cross & the Resurrection

    I'm often asked questions about our description of KingsWay as "cross centered" of why we talk so much about sin rather than focusing exclusively on our victory in Christ.  Our friend Jeff Purswell has provided thoughtful answers in this blog post  It's well worth your while to read and digest his answers both for your own sake and to help you answer similar questions in the months ahead.  Enjoy!

  • Women's Retreat

    With only one or two exceptions in our 25 year history, the men of Kingsway have pulled away for several days every fall to learn how to be a godly man. The men's retreat has become one of our favorite traditions, which has prompted some gentlemen (and not a few ladies) to ask over the years, "Why can't the women have an annual retreat of their own?"  This summer, ladies, you can. Mark your calendars for July 17-19.

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