Healing: part 1. We live in the huge tension between the ‘now’ and the ‘not yet’. But we want to see more of the ‘not yet’ now.
Deliverance: part 2. With Jesus there is deliverance, there is rescue, there is salvation. We are delivered from one identity into another. When we are part of God’s kingdom we can expect to be changed into the likeness of Christ.
Next year is the 30th anniversary of the launch of Kings Church. So what’s our vision for the future? What is God saying to us for the next 30 years?
Justice: part 2. Jesus was always promoting fairness, equity and inclusion. He would bring in the outsiders, the marginalised, the forgotten. If we as the church have experienced God’s kindness towards us, how can we in turn express it to the people around us?
“If Jesus is King and the Kingdom of God is here, should we expect to see more than we do? Should we see more life transformation, more answered prayers, more healings, more success and more social justice?” .
“The church is not monoculture. Our home is not here, it’s in heaven. Don’t get caught up in the wave of nationalism. The church has the capacity to look beyond race, culture and creed and see the kingdom of God. God is a God who loves people. And God is a God who has called … Continue reading “Multicultural Church”
Graham and Belinda interview Tich and Joan Smith about how they founded LIV Village — a safe haven for orphaned children in South Africa. They reach children affected directly or indirectly by HIV to provide them with a family, accommodation, education and a much needed support network.
Education is an amazing opportunity and privilege for us to shape young lives, the future generation of our country. As part of the community we each have an active role.
We want to move people in their thinking from unbelief, to belief; over the line from darkness to light. The gospel changes people’s lives, from whole communities to nations.