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    New Director of Kingswood Extended

    I’m delighted to announce that Rev. Erik Ireland will be our new Director of Kingswood Extended.  Erik is currently on staff at Christ Wesleyan Church in Milton, Pennsylvania.  He is a graduate from Houghton College and Asbury Theological Seminary and will soon complete his Doctor of Ministry degree at Asbury.   Erik is married to Ashley...
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    Kingswood University Launches Kingswood Extended with Flame and Correspondence Course Programs

    In response to the growing demand for ministry education at all levels in convenient formats, Kingswood University is delighted to announce Kingswood Extended. Kingswood Extended is an initiative that allows for the delivery of ministry education at any level – certificate, undergraduate, graduate – through any available means of delivery – off-sit...
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    Encounter Youth Rally A Huge Success!

    This October 13-14 2017, Kingswood University held their Encounter weekend youth rally here on campus. They had high school students come from as far away as Pennsylvania. ...
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    Making God Famous

    Each year, Kingswood University sends out a group of students from their Evangelism and Compassion program, who minister in the knitty and gritty places of New York City. God often uses them in mighty ways to reach people for Him....

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    Antifragile Faith

    “Some things benefit from shocks. They thrive and grow when exposed to volatility, randomness, disorder, and stressors. Depriving complex systems of volatility, randomness, and stressors will harm them. They will weaken, die, or blow up.” -Antifragile, Nassim Nicholas Taleb We have been “fragilizing” many things in our socie...
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    Best Christmas Card Ever

    Once a month on a Tuesday night I take Kingswood students to prison to do a chapel service and minister to the inmates. Last year my students lead one of the largest, scariest prisoners to Christ. I cannot tell you his name, but I can describe him. He is a former Hell’s Angel. He has...
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