What’s Going On at Kairos

  1. OC retreats to Rogersville and serves with Of One Accord Ministry

    OC retreats to Rogersville and serves with Of One Accord Ministry

    December 19th, 2012

    College students with Kairos On Campus went to Rogersville this weekend to relax, study the Bible, and hang out together. But, being who they are, they couldn't get away to another community without serving the least of these. While in Rogersville, they linked up with Of One Accord Ministry, founded by … (continue reading)

  2. Kairos OC helps SeniorLink give Christmas to Appalachian children in need

    Kairos OC helps SeniorLink give Christmas to Appalachian children in need

    December 13th, 2012

    For the first year ever, 11 Senior Adult LIFE Groups made it official, carrying on an unofficial tradition that was started years ago by Sue Raley. It's the Adopt-a-Family program through the Copper Basin Crisis Center in Ducktown, Tennessee. On November 9, 25 senior adults from Brentwood Baptist… (continue reading)

  3. Songwriters Night showcases chart-topping hits and more from talented industry writers

    Songwriters Night showcases chart-topping hits and more from talented industry writers

    December 7th, 2012

    Some of country music's most talented songwriters took the Connection Cafe stage last night at 7:00 p.m. to showcase their work. More than 125 people sat in the audience—covering the couches, sitting at tables, standing at the back—to hear these musicians play, answer questions, and offer advice… (continue reading)

  4. Kairos Thanksgiving Potluck draws a crowd

    Kairos Thanksgiving Potluck draws a crowd

    November 27th, 2012

    The first Thanksgiving holiday among the pilgrims lasted three days. It was full of food, conversation, laughter, and a general air of gratefulness—much like the Kairos Thanksgiving Potluck on Sunday, November 18. Except Kairos packed all this fun into one night. While only a handful of people… (continue reading)

  5. Volunteer is changed through disaster relief experience in Louisiana

    Volunteer is changed through disaster relief experience in Louisiana

    November 15th, 2012

    Katrina. Isaac. Sandy. These are the storms over the last seven years that have wrecked lives, destroyed homes, and ruined cities. The slow-moving Hurricane Isaac hit Louisiana in late August of this year. Winds blew at more than 100 mph and nearly 500,000 people were without power—not to … (continue reading)