What Is Your Deepest Fear? In my opinion, one of the best basketball movies, without a doubt, would be Coach Carter. It is hands down one of my favorite movies, because it does not just focus on the sport of basketball. Based on a true story, this movie is about Ken Carter who coaches the
Two of our Kingswood staff members, Rob Matthews, director of worship, and David Walker, maintenance facilitator, embarked on a week-long trip (March 6-13, 2017) to the tiny 450-member Inuit community of Kimmirut in Nunavut. They travelled with Penobsquis Baptist Church and Calvary Pentecostal Church members Corey Barton, Steve Gillies, Bob Parlee, and Greg Keith, to
A group of Kingswood students didn’t experience a typical March Break of relaxing with friends and family. Instead, as part of their Evangelism & Compassion Ministry (Praxis) program, Brett Laidlaw, Shannon Nickerson, Tony Horton, Kal Smith, Jessica Rushton, Michael Sims, Shaun Miller, and Zach Denny flew to the South American country of Peru, to be
Early spring in the Maritimes is special. This is “sugaring” time, when the sap begins to run in the maples. You need just the right shift in temperatures from below freezing overnight to above freezing during the day.
Matthew and Megan (nee Beers) Deprez (’06) Matt has recently been appointed to be the Church Engagement Specialist at the Fuller Youth Institute. Check out the article about his new position here: https://fulleryouthinstitute.org/blog/matthew-deprez
SPIRITUALLY HOMESICK It is no wonder that most Christians maintain a deep discomfort within themselves, nor is it surprising to often see them taking little delight in the affairs of the world.
I had the pleasure of interviewing yet another gifted Kingswood faculty member. Professor Branscombe is the head of our Old Testament department and offers a wealth of knowledge and insight regarding this major part of Scripture.
Kingswood alumnus Alannah Pang (’16) will be part of the grand opening of Oceanview Christian School on Cape Sable Island in Nova Scotia this year. She is thrilled about this first full-time teaching opportunity and shared some thoughts below on this new undertaking.
What do all these have in common? Boasts of more English dialects spoken there than anywhere else in the world Voted one of the top 10 friendliest cultures in the world Houses a UNESCO World Heritage Site Received thousands of Americans during 9-11 Contains the oldest and most easterly city in North America
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