What’s Going On at Kairos

  1. My Story: Eric Fisher

    My Story: Eric Fisher

    February 18th, 2014

    As a baby, I was baptized and grew up in the Methodist Church—and I regularly went to church until after high school. But after that, I went away from the church and thought that I didn't really need it to live life. I was hanging out with others who didn't go to church, which solidified my notions… (continue reading)

  2. My Story: Nick Eno

    My Story: Nick Eno

    February 14th, 2014

    Who I Was Before Christ I didn't grow up in a Christian home, and I never went to church growing up. I may have gone once or twice with a friend, but never as a family. I saw bumper stickers that said "Jesus Saves." A few people transferred to our public school from a Catholic school—and … (continue reading)

  3. More than $3,000 given during A December to Remember

    More than $3,000 given during A December to Remember

    January 6th, 2014

    By Kaylan Christopher, Staff Writer "It's better to give than to receive." That was the motivation for Kairos during the short holiday-inspired series called A December to Remember. During Mike's message on Tuesday, December 3, he called on Kairos attenders to give back to individuals and families in need around our… (continue reading)

  4. Oklahoma Mission Journey Diary: Day 3

    Oklahoma Mission Journey Diary: Day 3

    July 11th, 2013

    By Kaylan Christopher, Staff Writer TUESDAY, JULY 2 Starting off extra early in the morning, the team checked in with ServeMoore, a local disaster relief organization. We were assigned to clear out a drainage ditch for the city of Moore, the first team ever sent to this area. Not sure what … (continue reading)

  5. Oklahoma Mission Journey Diary: Day 2

    Oklahoma Mission Journey Diary: Day 2

    July 10th, 2013

    By Kaylan Christopher, Staff Writer MONDAY, JULY 1 It was a full day. We started at FEMA, organizing supplies. Then, we moved into the neighborhood within Moore—the one that was demolished by the tornado. That's when reality hit. That's when we saw what really happened on May 19. … (continue reading)