Rss Feed
Give Now!

(other area)

Dont Get Tired Of Doing The Right Thing







The Apostle Paul started the church of Galatia, but left to plant other churches in Asia Minor. After hearing that the Galatian Church had fallen into some hard times, he wanted to correct some doctrinal errors that had crept in and challenge the church to refocus on unity in Jesus. He said: 

"And let us not get tired of doing what is right, for after a while we will reap a harvest of blessing if we don’t get discouraged and give up." (The Living Bible)

Trauma & Abuse

Event Date: 
06/07/2017 - 7:30pm

Every Wednesday in June 2017 at ICLV
International Church of Las Vegas
8100 Westcliff Dr
Las Vegas NV 89145
Call 702-673-4745 to RSVP Tue-Fri 9am -5pm
We will start with worship in the main sanctuary at 7pm
Class will begin at 7:30pm - 8:30pm in room 113.

Free child care. Register at the south foyer from 6:30pm - 7:15pm

Having trauma and abuse in your past or current life can be devastating. God has called you to be an overcomer, come and learn how. I can't wait to share great knowledge with you.


Event Date: 
06/07/2017 - 7:00pm

Every Wednesday nights in June, 2017.
International Church Of Las Vegas (ICLV)
8100 Westcliff Dr
Las Vegas NV 89145
Worship starts at 7pm in the main sanctuary.
Class will be held IN ROOM 123 from 7:30pm - 8:30.
Bring something to take notes in.

If you have kids, we offer free child care. Registration starts at 6:30pm at the south foyer.

Event Date: 
06/30/2017 - 6:00pm

We are adding a twist to our VBS this year. Instead of VBS being just a week and then done, we are spreading it throughout the summer with different themes. We will have a total of 3.

Friday June 30th Luau 6:00pm-10:00pm
Friday July 14th Galactic Night 6:00pm-10:00pm
Friday July 28th Superheroes 6:00pm-10:00pm

Each night will run just like a normal day at VBS. Crafts, games, activities, small groups, Bible story, prayer time, etc.

Each night cost $5 per child. If you register and pay for all three by June 25t, you will receive one night free.

Hope to see you at our new VBS nights!

Organizer Information
Event Date: 
08/11/2017 - 6:30pm

To end our summer we are having another family movie night! This years theme is Family Pajama Party. The family in the best dressed pajamas will receive a prize. This event is FREE, snacks will be available for purchase. Bring your blankets, lawn chairs & invite some friends!

Organizer Information
Ideas To Help Your Kids Grow Spiritually Over Summer! |  | SOS Radio








Visit a mission site or take the kids to serve at a local rescue mission. (Use this as a teachable moment to talk about generosity and how Christians can be the answer to the tangible needs in our city)

Plant flowers or build a garden in the backyard.  (Use it as a teachable moment to talk about God's creation and the way he planned our world)

Set a summer reading plan. Make a chart and challenge your kids to read a certain number of books each week. Even better - read a book together. Make it like a Bible study without calling it a Bible study.

Kirk Cameron's strategy for revival in America |  | SOS Radio







Virtue and faith are essential ingredients to the American experiment. The solution for America's problems isn't political, it's spiritual. Dan Young from SOS Radio chats with Kirk Cameron about an ancient strategy for revival in our country. It's a strategy that's been proven effective time and time again throughout history!



Mandisa on Healing From Depression |  | SOS Radio








Mandisa talks about battling through a time of depression. Her story will encourage you! Her new album just released.

Author Joe Battaglia On How Fathers Can Be Teachers |  | SOS Radio








Author Joe Battaglia shares how dads can play leadership roles by being teachers. He talks about the significance of consequences and love. Joe talks about provoking our kids and managing anger. In addition, he shares wisdom from famous fathers that are part of his book: Father's Say


Movie Reviews - Memorial Day Weekend! |  | SOS Radio







Here's a review of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. Is it really as dark as the trailer? How does it play out for younger kids? Bob from explains!

Syndicate content

view counter