Our Sticky Groups are all about engaging in meaningful relationships by doing life together. Be a part of each others lives, fellowships, and be on mission together. It is in the context of these small groups that genuine community and growth begins to happen.
Are you looking for a way to get connected to other people in our church? If you want to grow in your relationship with Jesus and take the next steps, you need people surrounding you to encourage you, challenge you, and be there for you. People just like you. Our Stick yGroups are a great opportunity for you to get connected to our church in a small groups setting and take your relationship with God, and others, to the next level!
Sticky Groups are all about people taking next steps together. Some of our Sticky Groups meet periodically throughout the year, like The Growth Track. While others meet every week on Wednesday Evenings at 7 PM starting AUGUST 22nd 2018.
Each time you attend your Sticky Group you will have a chance to learn, grow, and focus on major areas of life that God asks we submit to Him. The goal for all of these small groups is to help you identify your next step in your walk with the Lord from what you heard and experienced on Sunday morning, and encourage you to stay focused and be intentional about applying God's Word to your everyday life.
For more information about our Sticky Groups, or to join a group, please contact us: email@example.com
MEET OUR STICKY GROUP LEADERS
Felix Waller is the founder and lead pastor of The King’s House. A native of McAlester, Felix met his wife, Jolene, here and they married in 1996 and have two beautiful daughters, Brooklin and Kaylee. Simply put, Felix and Jolene love McAlester and its people. Jolene stands by Felix's side in life and in the ministry . Jolene also has invested her life into McAlester’s kids as an educator, while Felix has found a place in McAlester’s business community, using his entrepreneurial gifts. Together, they lead the King’s House with passion, compassion, and integrity.
Tony and Kami have been married for 13 years! The are parents to three wonderful children Jovie, Cody, and Jesse. Kami earned her Master’s degree in counseling with specialization in clinical mental health diagnosis from East Central University. She is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor with a private counseling agency, Counseling Works. After starting his law enforcement career in 2001, Tony earned his Bachelor’s degree from Southeastern Oklahoma State University, majoring in Criminal Justice. He is currently a District Investigator with the Oklahoma Medical Examiner’s Office. Tony enjoys fishing, hunting, gardening, riding 4 wheelers, and motorcycle riding. Kami enjoys traveling, camping, motorcycle trips, vacations, and finding a great bargain while shopping.
Blake and Hannah have been faithfully attending The King's House since 2006 and became the full time Kid's Pastors in October 2009. They served in that capacity until August 2015. Blake now serves as the Administrative Pastor and Director of Operations while also assisting Pastor Felix Waller. Blake and Hannah have two beautiful daughters, Ava and Alaia. Blake & Hannah enjoy hosting family and friends at their home with food and games.
John and Gwen Spiegel have been members of the Kings House for fifteen years. They began as youth pastors , and lead Skate Church, an outreach for the teenagers in and around the McAlester area for a number of years. John currently serves on the King's House Worship Team as one of the drummers and operates an one of the elders of The King's House . John and Gwen have lead several groups both together and individually. They have are the proud parents of four boys who have blessed them with five grandchildren
Brian and Allison have been married for 33 years! They have over 30 years of ministry experience having served in various areas of ministry such as youth pastors, and Brian as an Associate Pastor, and Allison in Women's Ministry.They have four children Ashley (Tulsa, OK), Haley (Reno, NV), and the two who live here in McAlester with them, Emilee, and Jonathan (JJ). The Penningtons have been a part of The King's House family since they moved from California to Oklahoma in July of 2015. Since then they serve in multiple areas of ministry such as usher, worship team, Kids Ministry, and Women's Ministry, and now are excited to be Sticky Group leaders as well.
Aaron and his wife Kamron have been attending the Kings House for a little over two years. Aaron is originally from South Texas and Kamron is from Atoka, Oklahoma. They met here in McAlester when they were introduced by a mutual friend and then were married in 2015. Both are passionate about helping others. Aaron works as a nurse for the Chickasaw Nation Medical Center in Ada and Kamron teaches first grade at Frink-Chambers. They currently have no children but do have two big fur balls that keep them entertained! Aaron and Kamron love spending time outdoors, playing games with friends, and spending time with family. They try to be on the same team while playing games so things don’t get too competitive!
Bill and Lynda Faught have an extensive ministry background, as: Senior Pastors, Youth Pastors, Conference Speakers, Worship Leaders, Counselors, and Missionaries. Bill has been an international author since 2010; and, Lynda has been a Belief Therapist since 2003. They started conducting marriage and family seminars in 1990. But Bill and Lynda began on-going training in counseling in 2000, after attending a “Freedom and Fullness” Seminar where they were set free from life-draining cycles. They have an inspiring story of how God can heal a marriage and lives.Today, Bill and Lynda teach Leadership Seminars and “Take Another Look @ Freedom” Seminars about 1/3 of their time in the USA in-between mission trips all over the world.
Randy and his wife Patty have been members of the King’s House since 2008. ;Randy serves as an Elder of the church and together, both of them have been involved in various ministries within the Church body. Randy is employed with the Chickasaw Nation as the Police Commissioner and has held that position since his retirement from the Bureau of Indian Affairs in 2012. He and his wife Patty have been married for 34 years and have four children and nine grandchildren.