It is our hope that you will read, study, meditate and pray over these scripture passages this week. There is nothing like the feel of a Bible in your hands but if you like just click the reading above to view the ESV translation.
View this week's message: Surrounded
As We Gather
As soon as Jesus leaves the Jordan after His Baptism, the Spirit leads Him into the wilderness. This marks the opening skirmish between Him and Satan, and the war is on! The conclusion comes when the devil thinks it is “an opportune time,” as Jesus dies. But by dying, He destroys death, and all who call on the name of the Lord will be saved, Paul assures us in the Epistle. God kept His promises as He led the people to the Promised Land, the psalmist relies on Him for all things, and so do we as the battles in our lives continue, even though the war has been won.
It is common for people to feel uncomfortable when visiting a new church. We hope you'll find King of Kings to be a warm, friendly environment where people gather for worship, learning and relationship building. Attend a few worship services (with no pressure to join into membership) and experience God's Word and Spirit of Truth and Love.
1) A traditional Lutheran worship service at 8:00 A.M.
2) A less formal combination of tradition and modern music at 10:45 A.M.
We welcome children at both services!
After visiting a few worship services, consider attending a Bible Class which are held between services at 9:30 A.M. We have many different study opportunities including the Foundations of Faith class geared to those who don't know about Christianity or simply want to refresh their understanding of it.
Go ahead! Check out King of Kings and experience solid biblical teaching and lots of friendly smiles! There is no 'one size fits all' process to getting connected to King of Kings. Nevertheless we hope you will!
The Human Care board is in need of people to help with the pickup and delivery of food from the food pantry. This is one of our most important missions for the community in which we live. Can you find an hour or two a week to help us help our community?