During the summer of 2001, three CEF summer missionaries began to discuss other ministry possibilities outside of CEF. Desiring to continue to work with children on a broader field than was currently available, they began to brainstorm about starting a ministry of their own. After much consideration, many idea developing moments, and hours in prayer, this trio came up with... The KnightLights.
“Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, 'Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?' And I said, 'Here am I. Send me!'”
After deciding to put together our own ministry team, we realized we needed a name. It took awhile, but we finally decided on “The KnightLights.”
Nightlights are something that kids can identify with (i.e. a bright spot in the dark), which is what we, as Christians, are supposed to be (i.e. a light to the dark world). We added the “k” at the beginning because Christians are also to be knights, or soldiers for God (Ephesians 6:11).
* We believe that the Bible is the inspired, infallible Word of God.
* We believe that there is one God who eternally exists in three persons: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.
* We believe that one must receive Christ as his personal Savior from sin in order to become part of God’s family and some day join God in heaven.
We desire to see unity in the true body of Christ. Our purpose is to evangelize children and adults with the Gospel of Christ and disciple them as Jesus commanded us to do. We do this through various types of ministry.
Our ministry is to work with individual churches and help them disciple their children. We teach Bible lessons, missionary stories, Bible verses, and songs.
Our repertoire includes:
* Gospel Magic
* And more!
We offer the following:
* Week-long Vacation Bible
* Kids’ Crusade Programs of various lengths
* Day or Overnight Camps
* Sunday Morning and Evening Services
* Pulpit supply (Nathan)
* Revival Services
* Evangelism & Discipleship Seminars
* Teacher Training Seminars
* Additional programs, as requested
~ Our Sunday service programs
can be geared for both adults and kids.