Jesus told us to pray, “Lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil (the evil one).” Jesus doesn’t promise we won’t be tempted nor that we won’t experience evil in our lives. But He does point to the One who protects and delivers us from their destructive power. In our 40 Days of Prayer Lenten Journey, let us focus now on the temptations in our lives and God’s desire to lead us away from them. Though they are strong, our Savior is stronger! Jesus faced all that tempts us; He is victorious over satan himself. Trust in King Jesus. Pray to the Father. Live by the Holy Spirit...and the evil one won’t be able to touch your soul. Alleluia!
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 and experience God's love with no strings attached.
1) A formal, traditional Lutheran worship is held at 8:00 A.M. each Sunday.
2) A less formal, relaxed style of worship with more modern music is at 10:45 A.M.
3). Bible classes for all ages at 9:30 A.M.
After visiting a few worship services, consider attending a Bible Class, perhaps 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!
'When you pray, pray like this..." ~ Jesus
During the upcoming season of Lent, we have the opportunity to go deeper and grow stringer in our communication with our Heavenly Father. Just as Jesus faced trying times during His 40 days in the wilderness immediately after His baptism, we too face trying times in our lives. Seeking the Lord for guidance in our lives, individually as well as a congregation, let us trust God and His direction for our life together.
The ECDC is looking for a substitute teacher. If you are interested or know someone who may be please contact Savannah at 656-6509.
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