Bringing God’s hope to people touched by cancer and chronic illness. OneHope will meet monthly on the 3rd Monday of each month from 6:00 - 8:00 pm in the Chapel (Burns Bldg). It's led by Mechele Howard and Debbie Parker. OneHope will walk alongside families touched by illness before, during, and after treatment offering prayer, friendship, hope, and encouragement.
Meeting dates for Spring 2023: 1/16/23, 2/20/23, 3/20/23, 4/17/23, 5/15/23
GriefShare is a caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life's most difficult experiences. You don't have to go through the grieving process alone. GriefShare is led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help. You'll gain access to valuable GriefShare resources to help you recover from your loss and look forward to rebuilding your life.
Single Parenting Together
Single Parenting Together is a community where primary faith trainers, who are parenting on their own, can find the support and encouragement they need while developing a confident trust in Christ’s power, wisdom and goodness. If family life has turned out a little different than you expected, joining this Single Parenting Together class is a way for you to discover ongoing healing and hope for your journey while growing spiritually with other single parents. After all, we are stronger together!
DivorceCare is 13-week class providing practical counsel and support for those walking through separation or divorce. The online session videos, weekly meetings and workbook will help participants heal from the pain of separation and divorce and rebuild their lives.
Hope is something that we cannot live without. It is essential to life, yet so many families find themselves in the seemingly hopeless situation of trying to put back to together the pieces of their broken lives in the aftermath of the death of a child. Hope Unshakeable is a Bible study that helps these child loss families establish and strengthen the deep roots needed to walk their grief journey. It is also a time for them to be able to connect with other families who are walking the same grief journey. Many families feel alone in the aftermath of child loss; it doesn’t have to be that way. Come join us as we share truth, tears, laughter, and triumph while walking together on our grief journeys.
Tapestry Adoption Ministry- Parent's Care Class
We understand that at times, adopting and foster families may feel overwhelmed or isolated during the process and afterwards. One of the most effective ways for families to receive the support they need is by joining a support group. This group will offer families a way to connect with others, receive encouragement, and enjoy other benefits that make the adoption experience easier.
Special Needs Parents and Caregivers Support Group
This group will encourage and support participants as well as provide helpful information through topical discussions each week.
Hope Family Care
Kingsland’s Family Freedom Ministry has partnered with Hope Family Care to bring hope and healing to families who have lost a child as they learn to navigate their pain and grief. Hope Family Care is all about Community. Their hearts are that ‘no one should have to walk this journey alone. Each family is supported through the receiving of Hope Bags, Family Retreats, and local Hope Family Communities. After the loss of their daughter, founders Jeff & Mackenzie Rollins share: “God has used Zoe’s loss in our lives as a way to allow us to walk with others through the pain of losing their children. It is a journey that begins with death, but can bring hope and healing amidst the loss.” At Kingsland, we join them in believing no family should have to walk through the loss of a child on their own. As we partner with Hope Family Care, we want to provide the support, encouragement and community families will benefit from on an ongoing basis as they continue to move forward through their loss in a healthy way.