Friends and members of Kings are now sponsoring 85 children in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, with the original group of 20 graduating to the local primary school. Here’s a overview of our Early Childhood Development centre, called ‘Inkosi Kids’. For more information visit inkosikids.com
11 year old Eleanor tells her story of how, after a year of not being able to sleep in her room, she was released from all fear and anxiety through prayer. She later prayed for 6 year old Flick, who had a similar story, and who is also now able to sleep at night again.
“It’s often been said that refusing to forgive is a bit like drinking poison and hoping the other person will die”
Paul was hit by a car in 2004 and faced the possibility of death or paralysis on the operating table. Sustaining life-changing injuries, he talks about how he had to make a decision to move on and let go.
In September 16 of our Inspire group went out on a missions trip to Albania — a predominantly Muslim country. Embracing the unknown, they went to serve three churches in the capital city and then out into the towns, villages and visited the ‘outcasts’ in a gypsy camp.
The youth at Kings tell us what God did in their lives at Newday — a major Christian youth event that takes place every summer over six days. Keep up-to-date with the Kings youth on Instagram at instagram.com/kings_ebo_youth/
This story of faithful giving over the years represents many of our Kings Church members.
Our six Impacters recently came back from their missions trip to Genova. Check out their stories of how they saw God move that week.
“..the consultant suggested to me that I may only have five years to live. This was devastating news…”
Does God still speak today? Mark and Mary tell their story of how God repeatedly spoke to them over many years, through different people, eventually seeing every word come true.
“…Three weeks later I was discharged. But I still didn’t want to be alive. I had no sense of direction. And the failed attempt to end my life was haunting me. I would try again…”