We have icebreaker games, food, fun and excitement. We also have a time where you can share needs, burdens and requests with others who care enough to pray for them. Then, we look to God’s Word for a practical message that applies to our everyday lives.
The “King James Gang” name hints at our foundational start; that is our final authority, the AV 1611, commonly called the King James Bible. Without a rock solid, infallible foundation to build on, one’s spiritual life is weak and flawed from the start.
Upon this foundation we teach, exhort, and encourage our teens to have their own personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. The Christian life is to read the Bible every day, pray every day, and to purify one’s self (I John 3:3). Be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you (I Peter 3:15). Witness to the lost, trying to win them to a saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ. Don’t go to heaven alone.
It is our hope that the teens will individually and collectively enjoy their salvation relationship with the Lord as He promised, “ . . . I come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” (John 10:10) Without a personal relationship with Him, life is empty, sorrowful, and unfulfilling.