the king's 30

The Kings 30 will equip boys with God's Word and with skills for life and survival. The aim is to develop virtues of:

     1 - Readiness

     Disciplined to live life and face its challenges with the wisdom of God to the Glory of God.

     2 - Perseverance

     Disciplined to joyfully endure the hardships of life by the grace of God to the Glory of God.

     3 - Protection

     Resolved to Protect, Preserve, and Proclaim life and human flourishing to the Glory of God.

     4 - Unity

     Resolved to Stand, Serve, and Seek unity with the people of God to the glory of God.

 

The mission of The Kings 30 is to aid fathers as they train their sons to become godly men. We want to see boys become men devoted to King Jesus, just as David's mighty men were devoted to him (2 Sam 23).

     Sundays from 6:00-7:30pm

     Meeting bi-weekly from September through May

     Participants: Boys ages 5-13

     (Father attending with boys is ideal but not required)

 

2019/2020 Online Registration

All participants, new and existing, must register for the 2019/2020 school year.

 

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Schedule Fall 2019

 

Unity

Theme: team building / operating together to accomplish objectives

     September 1 at 6:00pm

     2 Sam. 23:13-17

     Skill: Identifying tools and how to use them to build

 

     September 15 at 6:00pm

     Eph. 4:1-7

     Skill: Identifying tools and how to use them to demo

 

     September 29 at 6:00pm

     Eph. 4:1-7

     Skill: Identifying tools and how to use them to plan

 

     October 13 at 3:00pm

     Big Event: Building a pantry in the Fellowship Hall

 

Perseverance

Theme: tough things that require struggle to succeed

     October 25 at 4:00pm

     Churchwide Men’s Campout

 

     November 3 at 6:00pm

     Rev. 2:7, 11, 17, 26; 3:5, 12

     Skill: Endurance Competition — Pushing through failure

 

     November 17 at 6:00pm

     Rev. 2:7, 11, 17, 26; 3:5, 13

     Skill: Endurance Competition — Partnering to succeed

 

     December 8 at 3:00pm

     Big Event: Outdoors obstacle course

 

FAQ’s:

     1. What do I need to do to sign my child up?

You will need to complete the online registration and waiver and, if able, pay the suggested fee.

     2. What do the fee’s cover?

The fee will go entirely to the cost of supplies that each member will be using during the year.

     3. Can I bring a boy who’s not my son?

Yes; however, continued participation in events will require the child’s parent to sign the Registration and Participation Form.

     4. Do I have to be a Kenwood member to join?

No; however, participation in the program will require the child’s parent to sign the Participation Form and pay the fee. Additionally, we strongly suggest/encourage the father to remain with the child during the program.

     5. Does a parent have to be present for my child to join or participate?

No. The ideal situation is for fathers to participate with their sons, but it is not required.