Acts, part 8. The best kind of leadership is one that imitates Jesus, who came to serve and not to be served. We have both elders (servant leaders) and deacons (leading servants), and today we take explore the diaconate role.
Acts, part 7. We’re not just called to stay inside the four walls of the church. We’re also called to scatter, sowing the seeds of the gospel into everything we do.
Acts, part 6. Looking at the story of Ananias and Sapphira and the fear of God that gripped the community in its wake.
Acts, part 5. Looking at chapter 4 and the transformation of Peter.
Acts, part 4. We’ve seen firsthand that God heals, but we’re also faced with the reality that it doesn’t always happen in this life. How do we handle this tension?
Acts, part 3. In chapter 2 we see the importance of baptism and community. To live without fellowship with other believers is like trying to live without water to drink or air to breath.
Acts, part 2. Looking at the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in Acts 2 and the birth of the church.
Acts, part1. Our vision is to advance God’s Kingdom, using every means possible to proclaim the gospel and equip every household to grow as disciples of Jesus. We want to be a church that welcomes the world in, but also … Continue reading “Power to Witness”
How do we understand Biblical gender roles at Kings and where do we land between complementation and egalitarian views?