Check out the KBC news and happenings with this month’s newsletter including:
- Week of Prayer
- Wednesday night menu
- Missions updates
- ROSE Dinner
- Aunt Catfish trip
- Rummage Sale
- Friendship Lunch and Concert
- Golf Tournament
Saturday March 15, 2014
Breakfast: 7:30 a.m.
Shotgun start: 8:00 a.m.
9-hole golf tournament. Golfers will have the option to buy Mulligans to better their scores at $5 each (max of 5), or 5-pack for $20.
Raise money to help send our students to Student Life Camp this summer.
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All KBC Men,
KBC Men of all ages are invited to join us for a hot, delicious breakfast! Carl Tipton will be the guest speaker and he will have a special message for the men. Carl is the resource officer at Lake Mary H.S. (Seminole County Deputy Sheriff) and coach of numerous teams.
DATE: Saturday March 1st
TIME: 8:00 am
WHERE: KBC Fellowship Hall
WHO: All KBC Men and their friends
Take this opportunity to invite a friend to church who may not ...Read More ?
KBC’s R.O.S.E. Ministry is sponsoring our annual Valentine’s Dinner and Fundraiser for our Student Ministries. This special evening is both a great time of fellowship and a fun opportunity to help send our students to Student Life Camp and other events during the year. You will have a fantastic time with your friends, church family and our students.
Everyone of all ages is invited to attend–singles, couples, young adults, seniors etc.
New study begins Wednesday January 22 at 6:30 pm and Sunday January 26 at 6:00 pm.
Ladies, 2014 is here! It’s a new year, a new beginning, and another chance to join me on Wednesday and Sunday evenings for another Ladies Bible Study.
We’ll begin the new one on Wednesday, January 22 at 6:30pm and Sunday January 26 at 6:00 pm. We’ll be looking at the life of Esther taught by Beth Moore. ...Read More ?
Dear KBC Family and Friends,
This year KBC will sponsor 20 children from families in our community through Prison Fellowship’s Angel Tree. Through this Christmas ministry millions of children and families have been blessed over the years. Prison Fellowship staff and volunteers work with moms and dads every day in prisons across America. Through Angel Tree Christians from thousands of churches step in to purchase Christmas gifts on behalf of these moms and dads and then deliver ...Read More ?
TACLOBAN, Philippines — Emily Ortega was swept off her feet when the storm surge from Typhoon Haiyan struck Tacloban, Philippines.
The storm’s 200 mph winds drove waves 20 feet tall into the coastal city. Ortega clung to a post while storm debris hammered her. Hours later, the evacuation center where the pregnant 21-year-old found refuge was filled with cheers as she gave birth to a healthy baby girl — Bea Joy Sagales — according to news reports.