What’s Going On at Kairos

  1. 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)

  2. 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)

  3. Oklahoma Mission Journey Diary: Day 1

    Oklahoma Mission Journey Diary: Day 1

    July 9th, 2013

    By Kaylan Christopher, Staff Writer The Why On May 20, the sky went black and an F5 tornado blew through the city of Moore, Oklahoma, a suburb of Oklahoma City, spitting winds up to 210 miles per hour. It completely demolished neighborhoods and businesses, killing 24 people, including seven children at… (continue reading)

  4. Oklahoma Storm and Tornado Response

    Oklahoma Storm and Tornado Response

    May 23rd, 2013

    Here's How we are respondingIn the early stages of response:We pray for those affectedWe give. Our church has an existing disaster relief designated account.We wait. People want to help NOW, but our direct involvement is most needed later in the long road to rebuilding.We evaluate. We wait to see what opportunities … (continue reading)

  5. Kairos hosts funeral and celebration of life for Jesus at Night of Worship

    Kairos hosts funeral and celebration of life for Jesus at Night of Worship

    March 28th, 2013

    On Tuesday, March 26, nearly 700 people attended as Kairos hosted a Night of Worship like no other called "Rise." It began with a funeral for Jesus in the Worship Center—complete with a casket, pallbearers, special music, and a eulogy delivered by Pastor Mike Glenn. And it ended in Hudson Hall… (continue reading)