Small Groups are beginning this fall during Youth Fellowship. Join us from 5:00 to 7:00 pm on Sunday evenings for food, fun games, and small groups. Come grow in your relationship with us and with God!
There are times in our lives when words sometimes fail us. In the life of our church, this week is one of those times. I’m comforted that I’m not on my own here — that we are not on our own. Click to view the full message…
Inner peace is impossible unless it it is received from whom? If prayer does not change things, what exactly does prayer do? According to Chambers, “What is the thing that will choke God’s word?”
What is the first thing that will upset the completeness of the life in God? What does Jesus say to the person who has no strength of will or no nobility of disposition? When we pray, where should we go?
October 13-15, we’re headed to Camp Glisson for some great worship, small groups, games, and lots of time just having fun with each other. The cost of the trip is $165. Contact Dondra Davis at email@example.com for more information.
Do you have questions about God? Have you ever wondered what exactly the United Methodist Church believes? Do you want to learn more about your faith? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might want to check out our youth Confirmation classes. In these classes you’ll explore the Christian faith, and decide…
What does God expect from His children? How does the new life manifest itself? According to Chambers, how was the rich young ruler doing when he went away from Jesus?
If Father knows what we need, before we ask him, then why ask? When the Son of God prays, He has only one consciousness. Who is it? Where does God put His saints?
Kingswood is now accepting applications for the Director of Basketball position (Job Description). Contact Kathryn Carlino for more information and to submit resume. Application deadline: August 15
What is the average view of the Christian life? What is the meaning of Jerusalem in the life of Jesus? We are apt to say, “because a man has natural ability, therefore he will make a good Christian.” What is the error in this thinking?