A Knoxville native, Kelly is a graduate of the University of Tennessee and Southwestern Seminary, in Fort Worth, TX., He has pastored churches in West and East Tennessee and as a church planter. He has a passion for faithfully communicating God’s word and showing how its truths apply to daily living. His desire is to see the gospel transferred to succeeding generations.
Kelly and his wife, Nickie, have five children – Eric, Laura, Alyssa, Andrew, and Chad.
In the second installment of A Kingdom Culture, Kelly Kinder talks about how Christians should be influencing the culture around them, not letting the culture influence them. Based out of Matthew 5:13-16, Kelly explains how Christians can and should keep their saltiness in order that they may be a light to the world.
Scripture Text: John 1.1-18 I’m excited this morning to continue our series on The Word. As you know, each week we’re taking a look at the coming of Christ (or the Christmas story) as recorded in each of the four gospels. Last week, we looked at the Word Promised from Matthew. Now, this morning, we will look at the Word Made Flesh; the account from the Gospel of John. Our Need of Rescue We are all hopelessly in trouble unless…