I see youth (and their families) devoting countless hours, days, and seasons to sports and other team activities. There is nothing wrong with that. In fact, I think a ton of positives can come from those sorts of team commitments. BUT…I ask you… are you still prioritizing Jesus (above those commitments) or are you squeezing Him into your crunched schedule? Maybe you’re not spending any time with Him at all. Our relationship with Christ should be above all else. First How COVID has affected us
Over the years I have had many different “families” whether it was youth group, a sports team, small group, or Church family. Now, I can add one more family to my story, KCC! Family is a vital part of being human. It doesn’t matter if it’s biological, social, or ideological. No matter how hard you may try, you can’t get away from families, even people who may distance themselves from their family will find a new one wherever they end up. We naturally gravitate to How COVID has affected us
Tom Coverly will be sharing Sunday morning, July 18, at both the 9:00 am and 10:30 am worship hours and then again Sunday afternoon at 2:00 PM at Railroad Square. Tom Coverly, a former youth pastor for 12 years, felt the call of God on his life to travel the world using comedy magic to share the Gospel. In the first year in 2007, God exploded the door open for Tom to speak in 38 states. This show is a How COVID has affected us
One Step Forward By Andy Bratton, Senior Minister Things are getting ready to happen with our lower level construction project and I wanted to bring everyone up to speed on the why and what of the happenings. When I arrived in 2015 I had a weekend getaway with the Elders to discuss the current health of the church and to create a strategy going forward. When I started here at KCC, what was fresh in people’s minds was a horrific How COVID has affected us
The High School / Middle School New Year’s Eve Lock-in is history now! About 30 young people and a dozen very committed adults spent the entire night at the church building celebrating the coming of 2018! There were games, prizes, and lots of wonderful food all night long! Thanks to everyone who made this event possible!
David Acker is the newest member on the KCC staff and serves as our Youth Minister. David and his wife, Samantha, are originally from Michigan and attended Great Lakes Christian College. Prior to coming to KCC, the Ackers served on staff at First Christian Church of Tillamook in Tillamook, Oregon. David and Sam have one son, Owen, who has his birthday on New Year’s Day. They have a passion to see students find healing and an identity in Christ. Along How COVID has affected us
Dear Church Family, We wanted to write in order to share some news with you that will affect our ministry here at KCC. Jody Terrell, our Youth Minister, has resigned his position. Jody has served as the Youth Minister at KCC since 2011. He and his wife Megan have been an integral part of our ministry at KCC, not just in serving the youth, but in leading a Life Group, being involved in the worship ministry, and participating in various How COVID has affected us
CIY Believe by Jody Terrell Two weeks ago a group of Middle School students and adults from KCC traveled down to Hope College in Holland, MI for the CIY Believe conference. This is a 24 hour conference jam-packed with singing praises to God led by a high energy worship band, sermons by Kurt Johnston, the youth minister at Saddleback Church, and author of many books on youth ministry, and illusions mixed with Biblical truths performed by Brock Gill. These people How COVID has affected us