until the whole world hears


1st October 2017

Living in Christ's Freedom

We are delighted to have Henk and Eunee Kersten with us at King's on 14-15 October. Henk and Eunee are from Maastricht, Netherlands, and Henk is part od the New Ground leadership team.

Henk will be speaking on 'Living Free in Christ', a one day seminar, which includes topics such as:

'One Touch is Enough' - about God working in  Jacob's life.  

'The Bear and the Lion' - preparation lessons from the life of David

'The When, Where and How Long' - looking at embracing the different seasons in our lives.  

You are welcome to join us for this free seminar, from 10am to 4pm at our Kingsbury Venue

Cliff Nelson

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1st September 2017

A Long Look at Jesus

We will be starting a new Sunday morning teaching series on 3 September, taking
 'A Long Look at Jesus' from Luke's Gospel. Luke's Gospel is the longest (in verses) of the four Gospels, and Luke, an educated, Gentile medical doctor, makes clear in his introduction his reason for researching and writing this ancient biography about Jesus of Nazareth:

Inasmuch as many have undertaken to compile a narrative of the things that have been accomplished among us, just as those who from the beginning were eyewitnesses and ministers of the word have delivered them to us, it seemed good to me also, having followed all things closely for some time past, to write an orderly account for you, most excellent Theophilus, that you may have certainty concerning the things you have been taught.  (Luke 1:1-4)

He wants his friend Theophilus (whose name means lover or friend of God) to have certainty about Jesus, who he was, what he taught and how he lived and died. If you would like to join us on Sunday mornings to discover more about Jesus you are very welcome to do so.

Cliff Nelson

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20th May 2017

Kingdom Identity

As followers of Christ it is so important to have a clear understanding of who we are in Christ Jesus. The truth is that the second we give our lives to Jesus we receive a brand new identity.  The Father affirmed Jesus and reminded him who he was at his baptism “You are my beloved Son; with you I am well pleased” (Mark 1:11). But straight after this we see the enemy trying to undermine his identity. ‘If you are the Son of God, command these stones to become bread. (Matt 4:3).  He consistently tries to undermine and call into question our identity too, but we all have a choice whether to listen to and believe the lies of the enemy rather than believe the truth about who God says we are. 

Over the next few weeks on Sunday mornings we will be looking at who God says we are. We will be looking at our 'Kingdom Identity' with following talks:

Adopted Sons and Daughters 
Friends of God
Citizens of Heaven 
In Christ Jesus
Kingdom Abasssadors

If you miss any of these talks on a Sunday morning they will be available in the Media section on the website.

Cliff Nelson

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7th May 2017

Let Your Kingdom Come: Twenty One Days of Prayer

In Matthew chapter 6 Jesus tells his followers to pray 'Our Father in heaven.... ....Let Your Kingdom Come'.

At King's we have 'Let Your Kingdom Come: Twenty One Days of Prayer', starting on Monday 15 May running through to Sunday 4 June. During this time we are encouraging everyone at King's to express our faith and love for Jesus by praying for his kingdom to advance in this city and nation. Daily devotional notes will be provided for everyone who'd like to take part. During this time we will continue our Monday evening gatherings at the Kingsbury Venue, on Tuesdays we have Expression 3:16 evenings for anyone who would like to talk and pray with people in central Harrow town centre. We have a Prayer Walk in Carpenders Park on Wednesday 17 May and a Prayer Walk in West Harrow on Wednesday 24 May, both at 7.30pm. We are also offering Kingdom Prayer Appointments, where you can book a 20 minute slot at Brigade House to be prayed for by a ministry team. A note giving available slots will be sent out by email to the church.

Cliff Nelson

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