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Posts by kccwired

Posts by kccwired

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16 Freedoms we Have in Christ

This week people throughout the United States celebrate the freedom we have as Americans. But, the concept of freedom didn’t originate with the founding of the United States. It’s found throughout the pages of the Bible, culminating with the person and work of Christ. Jesus declared, “Therefore, if the Son makes you free, you shall be free indeed” (John 8:36). As believers, we enjoy numerous freedoms because of what Jesus has done for those who have placed their trust in How COVID has affected us
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KCc Welcomes James Trumble as Elder

In a momentous decision on January 21, 2024, the Kalkaska Church of Christ approved the selection of James Trumble to the KCC board of Elders. This appointment marks a significant chapter in the life of a man whose journey of faith has been deeply intertwined with a passion for spreading the gospel and a commitment to living a life set apart for God’s glory. As someone who grew up in a Christian household, James Trumble reflects on his early years How COVID has affected us

Introducing the DINO Squad

DINO Squad Looking for a way to plug in? There is a new squad at KCC. It’s called the DINO squad. DINO stands for Developing Intergenerational Nurturing Opportunities. The DINO Squad is open to anyone, of any age. Our objective is to go out into the community and visit those who aren’t able to get out, feel a little lonely, or could benefit from smiling faces. We will do visits one Monday a month to begin with but visiting times How COVID has affected us

Concert Postponed

We are sorry to announce that due to illness within the band, Sidewalk Prophets will be postponing their concert that was scheduled for this Saturday, November 4th. Tickets will be honored at a March 2024 date here at Kalkaska Church of Christ.We are very sorry for the inconvenience.
Kalkaska packs over 50,000 meals for IDES

IDES pack assembles over 50,000 meals!

A giant THANK YOU goes out to the approximately 80 individuals who participated in the IDES pack. The initial goal had been to assemble 50,000 packs, and this goal was not only met but exceeded, with a total of 50,112 packs boxed for potential shipment to the Philippines. The contributions from fish banks, donations from other churches, and proceeds from shirt sales (some still available at $10 each) collectively amounted to over $3,000! It was apparent that everyone had a How COVID has affected us
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KCC helps out a Neighbor

Volunteers from the Kalkaska Church of Christ in partnership with Freedom Builders of Traverse City, Michigan participated in a 2:14 project on Thursday, September 7, 2023. The team installed two doors, a window, and stairs into the home. Georgia Beaver provided a delicious lunch for the workers. This is called a 2:14 Project based on the Bible verse in James that says, “What good is it, my brothers and sisters, if someone claims to have faith but has no deeds? How COVID has affected us
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Manistee Church of Christ Ordains Elders

On July 23 we sent two of our elders (Rich Hodgman and Scott Kniss) to the Manistee Church of Christ to participate in the ordination of two of their elders (Jim Brand and Will Pegg).  Manistee has been led by these two men for the past few years. As they have taken on the role of preaching and teaching, they thought it appropriate to be placed in that office by their congregation.  Ron Scott, former director of NCCE and interim Senior Minister of How COVID has affected us
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BUS Project

KCC is partnering with Kalkaska Public Schools to provide backpacks, underwear, and school supplies for students this fall. You can help us by purchasing items from the list below and returning them to the church lobby by August 20, 2023. Download the postcard
Who is my Neighbor?

Who is My Neighbor?

Who is My Neighbor? I just finished my second year as the High School dean at Wilderness Christian Assembly a couple of weeks ago. It was an exciting week of learning and fun! This year’s camp theme was “Who is My Neighbor” which is taken from the parable of the good Samaritan in Luke chapter 10. We spent the week learning what it truly means to be a good neighbor, who our true neighbors are, and why it is so important to be a good How COVID has affected us
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Faith In Action – The Sheep and the Goats

The Sheep and the Goats – Matthew 25:31-46 Jesus tells a parable in the gospel of Matthew about Judgment Day when all the nations will be gathered before him. He says this will happen when the “Son of Man” returns to the earth. In essence, He is saying, “Ok. Time’s up. Game’s over. Let’s see how we did.”  The King, Jesus, proceeds to separate all the people from every tribe, tongue, and nation into two groups. One, the “sheep” or How COVID has affected us