Four Primary Discipleship Environments
In Worship, We Give Glory
Our primary purpose in corporate worship is the same as our primary purpose as individuals: to ascribe glory to God (Psalm 29:2). We believe the Bible teaches that worship is something we offer to God, not what we hope to experience and that it is essential for the Body to join together to declare His greatness through song, Bible study, and testimony. Meeting corporately also creates an atmosphere in which we can encourage one another to live godly lives.
In Sunday School, We Get Connected
In Sunday School, our goal is to help you get connected to God’s Word, with others, and to life at Kiokee. The Bible is our source for understanding who God is and how we should live. Therefore, Bible study is central in our Sunday School classes. Sunday School is also the place where you begin to make connections with a small group of people and learn about ministry opportunities at Kiokee.
In K-Groups, We Grow Deeper
We believe that people are best brought to wholeness and maturity within an atmosphere of honest open relationships where people commit to talk about spiritual things. K-Groups are where we grow deeper in our relationship with God. Each K-Group is composed of 8 to 12 people committed to each other and to Christ. They meet weekly in homes or on campus to fellowship, study the Word together, and to participate in the mission of Jesus.
In LIFE Classes, We Get Equipped
Hebrews 4:12 tells us that the Word of God is living and active. Our LIFE (Living Instruction for Everyday) Classes are designed to provide practical instruction from the Word of God for those seeking to live lives of obedience and faithfulness between Sundays. These short-term classes will often feature content from noted pastors and Christian authors. Topics include basic instruction in Christian living as well as marriage, parenting, Spiritual Gifts, and finances.