In effect, what is the teaching of the Sermon on the Mount? According to Chambers, why should we keep our lives in constant contact with God? According to Chambers, what happens everytime we stand on our rights and insist that this is what we intend to do?
Over my time here at Kingswood, I have had the honor and privilege of observing the staff of The Kingswood School on a daily basis. I have watched the staff relate to the children, to the parents, and to each other. I am grateful for all they do to shape the hearts and minds of these…
According to Chambers, what is God’s call the expression of? According to Chambers, of what should we beware? According to Chambers, what is staleness and indication of?
Saturday activities held at Kingswood are canceled. On Sunday, we will have a single worship service at 11:00 am, and Sunday School will be held. See main article for more details on special assistance that will be available.
As a safety precaution due to forecasted inclement weather, Kingswood has canceled all activities at the church Friday evening and all day Saturday. See link for more specific information regarding youth basketball. We will provide notification through the church web site, Facebook, and Twitter if there are any additional changes.
The Kingswood School will be open Friday and will operate on a normal schedule. We will closely monitor the weather, and will announce any adjustments to Friday afternoon, evening, and weekend activities at the church on the web site and via Facebook and Twitter.
According to Chambers, what is sanctification? How does your obedience to God cost other people but not you? According to Chambers, who are the chosen ones?
The book assignment for January is Pilgrim’s Progress in Today’s English, by John Bunyan, retold by James H. Thomas [Kindle Edition available for $6.15; a different Free Kindle Edition or iBooks Edition is also available, but the questions may not correspond directly to this text]. Here are the questions for this book — there is one stand-alone question, and 20 questions. These generally…
In 2016, Pastor Charles challenged members of Kingswood to read through the entire Bible in a year. Many individuals in the congregation participated — including quite a few reading the Bible for the first time! In 2017, we build on this momentum with a challenge based on daily devotions and reading. Find out more!
Pastor Charles congratulates those who have completed the 2016 Bible Reading Challenge! Many of our members — including elementary students and youth — completed the challenge, and still more have been reading along with them. As we celebrate this accomplishment, we also encourage those that are still reading and hope you’ll finish at your own pace.