In 2017, we were blessed to serve over 700 amazing students, and we look forward to 2018 as the Lord continues to show us his favor. Thank you for your prayers, for your financial support, for working together with us as co-laborers, and for sending us quality men and women who are preparing to become the next generation of ambassadors for Christ.
As we approach the end of the year and remember God’s faithfulness to us, will you prayerfully consider a gift to The King’s University by making a special year-end contribution or monthly commitment?
To give by credit card simply click the “GIVE” button below. You’ll be directed to the secure PayPal page where you can give to The King’s by credit card or using your PayPal account. If you wish to mail your gift, please note that checks should be post-marked by December 31, 2017, to receive tax credit for 2017.
If you have any questions, please contact the Office of University Relations at 817.722.1650.
Learn how your gift impacts the lives of our incredible students. Click below to read their stories.
“I remember God showing me a vision of an hourglass, and telling me, ‘Your time is up. Are you ready…
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For most of us, Big Texas cinnamon rolls and Welch’s grape juice might bring to mind visions of road trips…
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As someone who first graced the stage at the age of three and began leading worship in kid’s church by…
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As the saying goes, When one door closes, another opens. Blake Sharp’s life is one that has been marked by…
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God’s direction often comes when we least expect it. For Joy Cromer, that moment came during one of the most…
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If you asked those closest to her, What is one word that best describes Kristey Simmons?, many would say confident….
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Nathan Nkhama is a husband, father, local pastor, radio talk show host, and lifelong student. Needless to say, he’s a…
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As a Colorado native, Wade never really wanted to move to Texas. But sometimes God has other plans. Wade hasn’t…
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When Rachel Sabo’s dad told her she should go to The King’s University interest meeting, she didn’t exactly want to….
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For Matt Osgood, it has always been about the local church. “At heart, I’m a local church guy,” he says….
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