According to Deuteronomy 6 and Psalm 78, God intended the family to be the primary vehicle for the passing on of Christian doctrine and life application to the next generation.


The purpose of Legacy Milestones 

is to reveal a strategy for Kingsland to impact the generations through the home.


 The seven milestones include:

  1. Family Dedication
  2. Salvation & Baptism
  3. Preparing for Adolescence
  4. Purity for Life
  5. Preparing for Adulthood
  6. High School Graduation
  7. Biblical Marriage

For more information on how you can become involved, contact Brad Flurry at

October Milestone Month




Milestone One: Family Dedication Class

Our Milestone One training introduces parents to the Legacy Path. We discuss what it means to be the Primary Faith Trainer in your home. We cover topics such as the blessing, core values, and boundaries. Parents will develop a Legacy Covenant that can be displayed in their home. The Milestone 1 class is offered at the Central Campus and the Family Dedication is offered at the Central Campus and the North Katy Campus. Register at

Milestone 1 Class | Central Campus in the Burns Chapel

Sunday, September 29 or Sunday, October 27, 2019 | 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

Family Dedication | Central Campus and North Katy Campus (Must be registered.)

Sunday, October 20 or Sunday, December 1, 2019

If you need additional information, please contact Devin Lamb at


Milestone 2: Gospel Class

October 4, 2019  |  Friday |  6:30 - 8:30 PM  |  Burns Chapel  |  Central Campus

The most important thing you will do as a parent is to lead your child to a saving relationship with Jesus. Is your child asking questions about salvation and baptism? Has your child made a decision but you aren’t sure they really understand the basics? Are you struggling with how to have these conversations? You and your child are invited to an evening of Gospel presentation through scripture, interactive activities and parent/child discussion times. Registration is required for the class and for younger sibling childcare at Questions?


Milestone Three: Preparing for Adolescence

October 23, 2019  |  Wednesday | 6:00-7:30 PM  |  A-Conference  |  Central Campus

Are you ready to face the teen years…again? Kids go through huge changes mentally, physically, socially, emotionally and spiritually. This class will give you some practical ideas about how to prepare you and your child to enjoy the teen years. Amazing things are ahead! Registration not required.



Milestone Four: Purity for Life

October 13th | Sunday Morning

Central Campus - 9:30 am or 11:00 am in the KSM

North Katy Campus – 9:30 am at Stockdick Jr High

8th Grade Parents & Students - Parents, have you had ‘the talk’ yet with your 8th grader? Do you know what to talk about or how to talk about it? We want to help you and your student in walking through this critical milestone of purity. We will provide some talking points, goals, and a few resources to get you started.

Milestone Five: Preparing for Adulthood

October 6th | Sunday Morning Central Campus - 11:00 am in the KSM

October 20th | Sunday Morning North Katy Campus – 9:30 am at Stockdick Jr High

10th Grade Parents and Students - Attention 10th grade families – your son or daughter is hitting some big markers on the way to adulthood – driving a car and making more of their own decisions. We want to help you unpack all that’s going on during this season and give you some helpful tools and suggestions to make the next three years as intentional and enjoyable as possible. We will discuss tips on how to empower your students while staying connected and invested in their lives even as you give them space to grow as an adult. We want to prepare your family to move from adolescence to adulthood.

Milestone Six:  High School Graduation         

Preparing for High School Graduation - Offered in April to 11th graders and celebrated by Seniors at the end of April


Milestone Seven: Biblical Marriage
Preparing & Growing Marriages that Reflect the Image of God

Becoming One - Community Group

Sundays at 9:30 am in Room C230 (Central Campus)

Becoming One is a Community Group on Sunday morning for couples who are engaged or newly married. Becoming One is a great class to help couples prepare for marriage and help newly married couples build a solid marriage.  Topics in Becoming One include 5 Love Languages, His Needs/Her Needs, Communication and Conflict, Leaving & Cleaving and Intimacy in Marriage. Couples discover how to keep their relationship with Christ at the center of their marriage so they can truly enjoy the gift of marriage.

Marriage Ministry Classes

Parent Open Forum: Suicide and Grief

October 2 / Wednesday Night / 6:00 – 7:30 pm / A-Conference Room (Central Campus)

Special Guest Speaker, Steve Crain, MA, LPC will join us as we talk about suicide and grief. This Parent Forum will help parents know how to have conversations with their teens about suicide. We will discuss what grief looks like for teens and how to walk with our teen as they grieve losses. This Parent Forum will equip parents of all ages but our focus will be on suicide and grief in the teen years. Our hope is to help parents connect with their teen when they are hurting and grieve together in times of pain and loss.

Parent Open Forum: The Blessing and Your Child

October 20 / Sunday Morning / 9:30 am or 11:00 am / The Chapel (Central Campus)

Every child in every home deserves to have at least ONE person in their life who is crazy about them.  The Blessing is a Biblical tool that can help parents communicate unconditional love as an unshakable foundation for health and wholeness without spoiling or giving false praise to a child.  Best-selling author and counselor Dr. John Trent will lead this forum on The Blessing and Your Child. 

Parent Open Forum: Parenting a Prodigal

November 3 / Sunday Morning / 9:30 am or 11:00 am / The Chapel (Central Campus)

In this Open Forum, Pastors Todd Pendergrass and Omar Garcia share some personal stories and lessons from walking this difficult path. They will share practical advice about how to discern who the real enemy is, how to become the champion your prodigal needs, and how to fight for your child.

The Birds & Bees

November 6 | Wednesday Night 6:00 – 7:30 pm | A-Conference Room (Central Campus)

Instead of growing up with a blank page, or worse, a page filled with confusion based on media images or porn, what if children grew up knowing the value and purposes of sex? What if they understood the design of birth, conception, and reproduction? And better yet, what if they learned this from conversations with the people who love them the most. We believe preschool parents can be prepared, encouraged, and equipped for these conversations. The Birds & The Bees gives you a simple and extremely effective 6-step strategy that walks you through this topic. Register at