Kelcy has lived in the Oklahoma City his entire life, and by God's grace hopes to never leave. He loves finding unique restaurants to visit with his wife, drumming, listening to podcasts, and learning about all things coffee related. He met his wife, Lacey, in 2013 while he was managing a theological coffee shop. When Kelcy first began attending Bridgeway, he was blown away by the love and care he received from this family through serving on the worship team and committing to a community group. Because Bridgeway has been instrumental to his walk with Christ and is such a special place to both Lacey and himself, he deeply longs to help others get involved and find the same level of community that he's benefitted from.
May 24th, 2018 | 43 mins 30 secs
bible, children's ministry, christian, christianity, church, college, david bowden, expositional, god, gospel, gospel-centered, jesus, local, ministry, missions, oklahoma city, preaching, sam storms, teens, youth, youth ministry
Why should churches be hospitable? How do we show hospitality to our visitors without compromising the offensive nature of the Gospel? Are hospitality and faithful proclamation in competition with one another or have we created a false dichotomy? Bridgeway's Connections Pastor, Kelcy White, answers these questions and more.