We believe that the Word of God, the Bible, is our final authority for all matters of faith and life. Therefore, you’ll be hard pressed to find a ministry of KBC that doesn’t intentionally open and focus on the Bible.
We strive to have everything we do at KBC bring glory to God. This means that we want to evaluate everything we do through the lens of God’s glory. We purposefully ask the question, “Is this bringing glory to God or is it a distraction from God’s glory?”
God’s Word commands the church to exalt Jesus Christ. Our aim is to “present Christ and Him crucified” in every aspect of church life at KBC.
We cannot accomplish anything worthwhile without the power of the Holy Spirit. We believe that when we are Bible centered, God glorifying, and Christ exalting, the Spirit of God is pleased to give success.
At KBC we place an emphasis on ministering to the entire family. As you look at the various ministries of this church you will find something for everyone.
Many have departed from the faith in these last days and have fallen into doctrinal error. We hereby declare our belief in the following fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith.
God brought Pastor Tommy and his wife Angela to KBC in 2008 after Tommy had finished his seminary training. God blessed them with their daughter Vivienne in 2011 and again in March of 2014 with the birth of their son Isaiah. Pastor Tommy does a little bit of everything at KBC, but he spends the majority of his time teaching, preaching and working with people. They are privileged to be able to be part of what God is doing in Utah.
As KBC began to grow and the needs of the ministry increased, the church began to pray about who God might send to help carry the load. The Kopp family is God’s answer. Joe and Kaytlynn have traveled all over the country sharing the gospel as a part of the Frazor Evangelistic Team. In 2012, Joe knew God was leading him to pursue further Bible training. Joe and Kaytlynn moved to Greenville, SC where Joe recently completed a Master’s degree in theology. He joined the team of servants at KBC in 2015.