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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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    Witnessing God’s Healing Power for the First Time!

    Fourth year B.A. in Ministry student Caleb MacCallum has learned to always be obedient to the Holy Spirit, no matter where that may take him. He had the opportunity to help lead Kingswood University’s Ecclesia* team this summer. Caleb’s most memorable moment came from Ecclesia’s trip to Toronto. He acknowledges, “I look back, and I...

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 Students and Stories part four: We wanted to be able to highlight how God is moving on our campus and in our students by sharing some of their testimonies, What made you decide to come to Kingswood? "Following High School, I felt God tug on my heart to work with a non-profit organization on the streets of Los Angeles. Up until that point, I had felt drawn to missions and loved building relationships with people, but considered full time ministry unrealistic, something only for people who wanted to become pastors. I didn’t know how wrong I was! What I thought would just be a gap year before returning to the “real world” turned into the revealing of God’s calling on my life. In LA, God broke my heart for what breaks His. He revealed in me a passion and heart for people that I never would have imagined for myself. I stopped trying to shove myself and my life into the suffocating box of what I thought a “normal” life had to look like. I finally allowed the God given desires of my heart to inspire my dreams. I asked myself, “What would it look like for me to live a life of radical love? How can God use me to reach the lost and broken?” God has given and revealed in me a passion for all people, all places, and I decided to come to Kingswood so that I could learn how to love and serve those people well."
 Encounter THROWBACK  do you see anyone you know?! Can’t wait to see you all next Friday!
 We loved having @keithalanloy on campus this past week! These students are excited to be learning from him this semester as he teaches them about the different aspects of Church Planting!
 We hope you have a restful weekend and that you get outside and enjoy the warm weather!
 See ya soon Kingswood!
 It may have snowed today, but that doesn’t take away from the beauty on our campus! . . . Photo credit @jodyelizabethshippey #fall #leaves #trees #snow