This three minute video is a great summary of what happens when we live out love! AGAPE Day February 15, 2014 saw more than 150 people step out in tangible acts of love. The results were powerful and inspiring.
Thanks Lexy Cooper for pulling this great video summary together!
More photos online here: http://kgfchurch.com/uncategorised/photos
One of KGF's six key missions partners is Freedoms' Door, a men's recovery home that ministers to up to 50 men in five homes. Here's the story of Gary, and the impact Freedoms' Door has had on his life.
Find out more at the Spring Banquet March 7th @ Trinity Baptist Church. www.freedomsdoorkelowna.com
They met on New Years Eve of 1954 and have been in love ever since.
Even while spending three years apart Dean & Mary Miller remained true to each other, writing love letters each day that they were separated while Mary trained to be a nurse.
56 years later Dean & Mary sit down with CTV Videojournalist (and KGF family member!) Curtis Allen and reflect on their relationship and give advice for couples today.
Video is property of CTV News Vancouver and is not to be duplicated.
Shot at edited by Curtis Allen. 2014
Love is one of those words that's difficult to define. You know it more by tangible experience. So we went on the streets of downtown Kelowna to ask the question, "What does real love look like?" The responses are helpful, but may not be complete.
Join us Sundays in February for our series, "AGAPE: Unconditional Love", www.kgfchurch.com
What a joy it is to come alongside parents as they dedicate their little ones to God! Here's the video from Sunday February 2nd with the Kakoschke & Durant families (off the top), Owens and Moorhouse families (at 7 minute mark).
Lots of photos from the morning can be found here - http://kgfchurch.com/uncategorised/photos
What would it take to turn around people's negative impressions of Christians, even if it is just starts with us, with our circle, with our friends, with our neighbors, with our work colleagues?
What if we actually let love lead us? What if we started with this month, and said, for these 28 days (we chose a short month on purpose!), what if for these 28 days we look for every opportunity to love Agape style. No strings attached. Unconditional. Self-sacrificially, for the good of others.
How can we do that? I’m glad you asked!
Here's Pastor Mike Penninga & Kristi Cooper with some ideas!
Interested in being part of AGAPE Day on Saturday February 15th from 2- 5pm? Email email@example.com
If Christians are supposed to be known by our love (according to Jesus), the question is, "How are we doing?" Pastor Mike took to the streets of downtown Kelowna to find out.
Join us Sundays in February for our new series, "AGAPE: Unconditional Love", as we seek to help start a love revolution!
What would it look like if Christians were really known first and foremost for their love? What would happen if love actually led us?
Here's what would happen. . . people would be drawn to Jesus! And that's what we are all about.
Pastor Mike has a 3 minute preview of our brand new series @ KGF entitled "AGAPE: Unconditional Love", starting February 2nd and running for four Sundays. Together, we want to help start a love revolution for Jesus!
We love sharing the stories of individuals within our church family who are taking a risk and stepping out to follow what God has called them to. That’s the story of Barb Miller, who now holds her first published book, “Think Outside The Box. . . of Chocolates” Here, Pastor Mike talks to her about the journey, and what she has learned about herself and God.
Check out and get in touch with Barb through her website - http://www.barbmillerslaughlines.com/