CHURCH FOR TODAY
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Romans 12 in the message talks all about giving your ordinary everyday life to God as an act of true and proper worship. Offering our eating, our sleeping our working, our money, our relationships. This series looks at how we do that in reality.
In the build up to Christmas we are looking at how the birth of Christ and the events building up to it affect various characters in the text.
In this series we look at various encounters Jesus had with individuals and circumstances and look at how we can allow Jesus to work through us and in us in the same way in our day.
A selection of messages from key events in the Calendar such as Christmas, Easter, Mother's day etc
The aim of the series is to be effective fruitful disciples, who are grounded in God's Word and led by the Holy Spirit
Using the examples found in the book of Ruth we will be looking at Godly relationships with God, families,friends and strangers. Ruth is a short book and it is well worth reading the whole book through to get an overall understanding of the story.
In this series we want explore the whole area of healing and the outworking of it in the church and in everyday life. At times this series will be challenging and difficult as all areas are looked at and no issue is dodged.
The aim of this series is to encourage and equip us for daily Christian living; to help us to apply what we learn as we spend time with God and what we learn from His word in our lives; enabling us to grow deeper in our relationship with Jesus.
In this series we want to show people who Jesus is. we want to know him better, love him more and see others come to know him. Who does Jesus say he is?
We believe at King's Church 2016 is a year of Going for Growth - We will therefore be looking at growth and Prayer over the next months. Exploring God's heart for Growth and how do we grow. Of course Growth will not happen unless we pray individually and together and so we will be focussing out attentions again how to grow in the discipline of prayer.
In John's first letter to the church he emphasises the importance of these amazing truths - God is light, love and life and we should be walking in them. Jesus to us to let our light shine before men, love one another as I have loved you and he who has the Son has life. If we are following him we should be portraying these characteristics in our lives.
As individuals and as a church our walk with God is paramount. We need to be continuing to listen to Him, obey and move as He directs to see the Kingdom of God advance. We will be looking at growing in our walk with God and various attributes of our God through some of the Psalms and Isaiah 9.
Beautiful Ladies Conference - Talks from this year and some previous talks
Or the full title of the series - Filled with the Spirit and living in the power of the name of Jesus. Looking at the book of Acts we will see how ordinary people who were open and available to the Holy Spirit and also empowered by Him did incredible and extraordinary works in the name of Jesus; the name that is above all names. We will also be looking on occasion at further of King's Values.
Hebrews Ch 12 :1-2 let us throw off everything that hinders us … and let us run with perseverance. In this series we are looking at some of the things that hinder us becoming more mature disciples and the truth of who we are in Christ. We will be exploring hindrances in the area of Approval,Ambition and Appetite. Dovetailing into the series we will be looking afresh at some of the King's Church Values.
This series looks at the parables Jesus told and how they relate to today and living in the Kingdom of God.
God is Spirit and His worshippers must worship Him in Spirit and in Truth - But what does this mean? We believe that God wants each one of us to choose to passionately worship Him in every aspect of our lives because of who He is. This series explores the many aspects that we call Worship.
This series focusses on Covenant and Kingdom and gaining understanding from the point of view of Relationship and Responsibility. Covenant God's deep desire to build a relationship with us and Kingdom God's Kingship and what responsibilities that brings to us
As we seek to grow in greater dependence on the Lord Jesus this series focusses on the letter to the Colossians. the teaching will focus on the rule and reign of King Jesus in our lives and what this kingdom living actually looks like on a daily basis
Stay focussed and walk in God's ways - this is the emphasis for this next teaching season. In the book of Judges we see how the children of Israel so often followed their own ways instead of God's which led to serious consequences. However when they cried out to God he raised up leaders, Judges. We will look at specificf Judges and the life applications we can learn from each of them.
A series looking at and communicating the Values of King's Church, we hope that they help others define and understand our specific flavour here at King's and that we will apply them to our lives.
James is a very practical book and ideal as a follow up to the teaching series on Discipleship. James urges action rather than just words which is described as outrageous nonesense in the Message Bible.
Jesus said he would build His Church but challenges us to go and make disciples. This is a short introduction to what it means to be a disciple and how a discipleship culture is what we want to create here at King's Church.
this series aptly takes us through Easter 2012 and beyond focussing initially on the Cross then the resurrection and exploring how these things must cause a response of witness.
the aim of this series is to look at the person and work of the Holy Spirit to enable us to be stretched and to grow in His fruit and His gifting so that the living Christ might be seen in a greater measure in us and that God's Kingdom might advance.
in Exodus we see the mighty hand of our wonder working God with Hid people, who under the leadership of Moses are challenged to move forward in faith. This continues our belief that this year 2011 God is stretching us at King's Church and we want to move forward in our faith too. There is so much we can learn form this book and God wants to impart more to us as we continue to be stretched.
To move forward in faith, to be stretched can be very challenging and soul searching. At times we can feel out of our depth and this calls us to be utterly dependent on God. we believe that this is a season not to be contained but to be stretched. This series will challenge and cause us to respond, to be stretched.
We take a fresh look at the whole Christmas story - the sheer wonder of His coming, the miraculous alongwith the ordinary and the heavenly signs surrounding the birth of the Saviour of the World
to coincide with the 15 day prayer focus we take a fresh look at key areas of prayer - stubbornness or persistance, intercession and warfare are all revisited with some valuable incites shared.
2010 has been designated as a year of Reaching & Relationships at King's Church - as part of this we have dedicated much of our teaching for 2010 to realtionships; that is realtionships within the Godhead and our relationship with the Godhead, realtionships with each other and finally some examples of great relationships found within the Bible..
This series looking at all aspects of prayer will no doubt challenge and inspire us to press on in prayer. During the series we will be looking at personal prayer, corporate prayer, intercession, warfare prayer and many other subjects. We hope that the series will challenge us and change us, growing deeper in our walk with the Lord as our relationship is deepened through prayer.
Healthy Church Effective Christian - 1&2 Timothy 4th Oct to 6th Dec 2009
Over the Autumn months the focus will be the Books of Timothy. It is hoped that the messages will inspire and stir us as we look at issues whch sometimes maybe contentious but always challenging and instructive. In order for the church to continue to develop as a healthy church and for us to be effective individually it is vital for the Holy Spirit to be our teacher. We will need to be brave enough to put aside prejudices and be open to learn and seek God's word for the 21st Century.
Over the summer months we will be focussing on the Book of Acts. Acts clearly shows us that the risen Lord jesus is at work in the lives of believers through the person and power of the Holy Spirt. This is evident in 3 major areas: preaching of the Gospel, Signs and Wonders and of course Works. All 3 areas are so vital in the church today and in the church here at Kings.
It is hoped that the messages will challenge us afresh to reach out to others in WORD, WONDERS and WORKS.