When is KLIFE?


The heart of our ministry is small groups. Our small groups are made up of boys or girls in the same grade. They are led by young professionals and college students who have a heart for ministry and working with kids. Last year our leaders spent over 4,000 hours with their small group kids.

Each small group has one to three KLIFE volunteers (college age or older) or a KLIFE staff member leading it. The volunteer has been through an interview process with a staff member, has been background checked, and has signed a commitment to follow Christ in their own life. The groups are assembled according first to gender, then by groups of friends possibly covering a couple of grades, but are purposeful in bringing groups of kids together to build accountability relationships.

A small group meets once a week and studies the Bible or a biblically-based book keeping in line with the KLIFE curriculum. The time they meet is determined by the leader of the group based on when everyone is able to get together.


KLIFE groups meet at different times and places throughout the week depending on the small group. However, all of KLIFE specifically gets together for KLUB. KLUB is open to ANYONE in 6th to 12th grade who wants to come spend time with friends, have an awesome time with games and skits, join in worship through song, and be encouraged and challenged from a message from God’s Word.

"We’ll See You There!"


Are you are looking for a small group, but your kid is not in 6th-12th grade? Well then Super K is for you! Super K is our introduction to KLIFE for the younger generation of Waco. We hold Super K once a month, on a Thursday from 4:15-5:15 for kids in grades 2-5. It is very similar to KLUB night for older students, but we specifically orient our games and biblical lesson to our Super K kids.


We plan awesome monthly and yearly events to create an environment where kids and leaders can bond and relationships can be fostered. Our goal is to consistently bring the KLIFE community together for fun, and to develop a sense of belonging in our kids and leaders where they can feel safe and know that they are around people they can trust to walk through life with.