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Shout for Joy

Shout for Joy: LOUD WORSHIP & OPEN HEARTS (PSALM 100:1) Have you ever felt a surge of joy so powerful it demanded expression? Maybe a victory, a breakthrough, or simply the overwhelming love of God. The Bible is full of examples of this kind of uninhibited praise, a worship that isn’t afraid to get loud! In Psalm 100:1, we are called to “Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth!” This isn’t a quiet, reserved kind of joy. It’s a How COVID has affected us

Death was Arrested

This year I am challenging myself to get to know the songs we sing on a little deeper level. I love the way music can help us approach the throne of God, each of us in a different way.   As I was listening through some of Sunday’s set list I came across a YouTube video that talked about the writing of Death was Arrested. The song is full of Biblical truths, so relating to the content has not been a How COVID has affected us
Connecting with God in Worship - Kalkaska Church of Christ

Emotionally Connecting with God in Worship

Music has a remarkable way of stirring our emotions and transcending language barriers. In the realm of worship, music becomes a powerful medium to connect with God on a deep and emotional level. In this article, we will explore the biblical perspective on emotionally connecting with God through musical worship. We are called to be active participants in worship by offering our hearts fully to Him. The Emotional Power of Music The Bible acknowledges the profound impact of music on our How COVID has affected us

Youth Sunday

The school year has started and fall is here; the end of October is rapidly approaching and we all know what that means…Halloween! Whether you cringe and hide in your basement, or deck your halls with decorations and lights as if it were Christmas time, it’s undeniable that Halloween is a big deal in our culture! I could talk about carving jack-o’-lanterns and how the Holy Spirit is like the candle inside. We are dark and dreary without Him, and when He How COVID has affected us
Life in three words at Kalkaska Church of Christ

Life in 3 Words

For an upcoming project we ar looking for a picture of you and/or your family holding a sign with three words written on white paper or postr board that define your life or at least this time in your life. Once you take said picture, please email it to threewords@kccwired.com. Please do not post these pictures to Facebook. We would like to collect them all and reveal them at one time during Sunday worship. Pictures are due by Wednesday, April How COVID has affected us

New Sermon Series – Epic!

Join us Sunday as we launch a new series called, “Epic,” as we walk through the book of Revelation. I am looking forward to it and hope you are as well. On an unrelated note, thank you to those who helped us feed the teachers on Thursday before school started. We were able to host them for an in-service training. And thank you to all of those who helped provide food for Dan Groner’s Memorial Service out at the camp. How COVID has affected us

Luke Cyrus Band to lead Worship

The Luke Cyrus Band is coming back to Kalkaska on Sunday, May 20th! They will be leading Sunday morning worship (8:30 am & 11:00 am) at the Kalkaska Church of Christ and again leading music for the Kalkaska High School Baccalaureate service also held at the church. The Luke Cyrus Band is composed of five Michigan musicians that bring their individual musical tastes and influences together to create a unique style of music with soundscape roots that can be traced back How COVID has affected us

Flannel Shirt Sunday

While it’s cold outside and it’s time for the church’s annual meeting (I can hear your groans), we’ve decided to officially declare Sunday, January 21st at Flannel Shirt Sunday! What does that mean? Simply this. Find a new, old, comfortable flannel shirt and wear it to church! It’s just for fun. No big purpose behind it.
Making a Murder

Edgy Sermon Series

Sunday, February 28th, KCC launched a new sermon series entitled “Making a Murder.” The title is a play off the very popular Netflix drama “Making a Murderer.” Jesus dying on the cross is not often thought of as a murder. A sacrifice. A death. But not a murder. Yet it was. The sermon series will explore the motive, plot, setting of the murder. As well as the suspects, the weapons, and the conclusion of the event. If you visit KCC How COVID has affected us