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  • International Missions Weekend Recap

    Our first annual Missions Weekend was a tremendous success on so many levels. I hope you enjoyed the time together as much as I did!Here are a just a few of my personal highlights, all of which are a distinct expression of God’s blessing on our church. This list could be much longer, but for the sake of time, I’ll stick to five.1.

  • Deacons: A ministry of mercy

    Most of our Sunday morning preaching consists of working through entire books of the Bible from start to finish. Between longer series, however, I try to pause and consider if there are any particular topics that need brief attention or exposition from the pulpit. Sermons of this sort are still expositional in the sense that they expound what a particular text of Scripture teaches about a particular topic.

  • Pastor's Blog | Special Announcement

    Last Sunday, December 18th, Chris Deloglos shared that the Lead Pastor Search Process had officially come to a close and that Matthew Williams was selected to serve as the new Lead Pastor of KingsWay Community Church. Below are his remarks in reflection of Sunday, as well as an invitation for all to join our church family for a special church-wide lunch on January 15, 2017 to celebrate Matthew's installation.Let me begin by thanking you for the way you responded to the announcement on Sunday...

  • Six Reasons I Love Denominational Gatherings

      I spent two days last week at our biannual regional assembly of elders. Lest you think a denominational business meeting is about as interesting as midnight re-runs on CSPAN, I offer the following reasons why I couldn’t be more grateful for my time in Charlotte, North Carolina. 1.

  • Pastor's Blog: Matthew's Summer Plans

      Earlier this morning, I read the following in Exodus 23:10-12. “For six years you shall sow your land and gather in its yield, but the seventh year you shall let it rest and lie fallow, that the poor of your people may eat; and what they leave the beasts of the field may eat. You shall do likewise with your vineyard, and with your olive orchard.