“One of the biggest things for me has been letting go of control. It’s frightening at times because we’ve felt like we’ve lived on the edge a lot. Once you give your life to Jesus you’re surrendering everything…”
Generosity isn’t easy. There’s lots of competing pressures in life, all sorts of good reasons not to give. But when you’re following Jesus, when you’re stepping out and taking risks, you’re making space to see God work in amazing ways.
Sarah was invited to Kings as a kid back in 2002. Seventeen years later we see three generations of her family all following Jesus. What God can do through one child is amazing. A big thank you to all our incredible kids workers! You’re impacting whole families and future generations.
Before the iPhone, SnapChat or the Internet, there was Kings! Planted in the 80s, in the age of the Rubix Cube, Ceefax and the Commodore 64, Kings Church began in Old Town, in a house, with just 18 people.
Many things have changed, but one thing hasn’t…
27 stories of how God is at work in the lives of ordinary people at Kings.
“Before I was a Christian I came from an atheist family. I didn’t believe there was a God and had no intention of trying to believe … I remember having this overwhelming feeling that I just have to be prayed for.”
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.