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We are making an effort to revive the Youth Program at King of Glory. Our dedicated volunteers are striving to give our children more opportunities to grow in Christ through group oriented activities. This month the Youth Group gathered to see the movie, "Son of God" at Mesquite AMC theater. Stay tuned for exciting upcoming events!! 

Purpose Statement


Ignite Youth Ministries is committed to…


                the purpose of evangelism through

Introducing unbelievers to Christ and discipling others by

Giving our whole lives to God. We will

Not forget to have fun and fellowship along the way. We will endeavor to do the work of the ministry;

Imitating Jesus Christ as the ultimate role model. Always

Taking time to pray and worship God as it is our rightful act of service to God. Being prepared, actively waiting, and

Enduring until the soon return of our Lord, Jesus Christ



Ignite Scripture Verses


Matthew 5: 15-16 (NASB)


“…nor does anyone light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on the lampstand, and it gives light to all who are in the house. Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works, and glorify your father who is in heaven.”

Scripture Explanation


     This verse makes it clear that we are to be a light and a witness to all people. Jesus asked a question in verse 15, “does anyone light a lamp and put it under a basket?”  The obvious answer is no! No one does that. It’s like turning on a flashlight at night and sticking it under your bed when you need it outside. Jesus was trying to say that we need to shine where people will see us.

     There is something in verse 15 that is very important. Jesus said that a lamp has to be lit. This lighting of the lamp is an action word—verb. The Greek New Testament word for this lighting action is kaio (kah-yo). This action word literally means to set on fire, burn, or kindle. It is different than “light” mentioned in verse 16—it’s the Greek word phos (foce). That is the actual thing, noun, being produced from the initial setting on fire. Another way of  translating kaio is IGNITE. The Dictionary definition of Ignite is the same: to set on fire, kindle, to heat intensely, or begin to burn. When we read the text with this understanding Jesus is saying that we have to be set on fire (Ignite) to shine before men.