Quite often we get caught up in the here and now, but passages like Psalm 78 remind us to take a longer view, and teach the next generation.
Pentecost is a celebration of the birth of the church, where all the barriers which have separated human beings are overcome by the supernatural presence of the Holy Spirit.
Our Father goes out of his way to search for the one that’s lost, because they are of real value to him, and he desires all to be saved.
God is not mentioned in the book of Esther, yet his hand is seen on every page. It shows us that God’s silence is not the same as God’s absence.
We’re taking a break from our series on Acts to focus on an old treasure — worship — and to understand why we worship the way that we do.
How do we understand Biblical gender roles at Kings and where do we land between complementation and egalitarian views?
We had the great pleasure of commissioning two new Elders, Ben and Martin, as well as hearing updates from Seaford and hearing from Dave Holden.
Looking at Psalm 1. When we delight in God’s Word, we are like a tree planted by streams of water, which brings life to us, and life to those around us.
John is bringing two messages to us on leadership roles in the local church, and how they are used to serve, pastor, protect and guide.