Do you feel hurried, burned out or fatigued; stressed by the fast pace of modern city life? Visiting from Bridgetown Church in Portland, Oregon, John Mark Comer unpacks “the secret of the easy yoke”, suggesting that Jesus invites us to slow down, simplify and live an unhurried life in relationship with God.
Monthly Archives: July 2017
Anna Mason speaks on the importance and power of participating daily in tales of forgiveness, as we seek to bless others and see grace at work in our lives.
Over the past six years Andy and Rachel Kitchen have invested their hearts and souls into the KXC story and community, and in doing so have shaped the very essence of who we are as a church. In their last message before moving on, they share what it means for us to recklessly give ourselves away to God, each other and the people of King’s Cross, London and beyond.
Paul Cowley founded Caring for Ex-Offenders in answer to the need for the Church to support ex-offenders on release from prison and equip them to reintegrate into society. He shares with us some thoughts on hope in times of despair.
Pete Hughes speaks on ‘The Ultimate Exodus’, and explores how we can find freedom from the things that enslave us.