Visiting from Trinity Church Nottingham, George White looks at the practical outworkings of when we choose to follow the call on our lives to join Jesus in the city, while sharing stories to build faith.
Monthly Archives: January 2020
Pete Hughes introduces our new series, Leave for the 99, by beginning to unpack John 4 and speak into the calling on us to leave home to lead home the many.
Pete Hughes shares at the KXC Weekend Away on the missional spirituality that he is sensing us as a church being called into.
Tyler Staton concludes our Weekend Away teaching on how to live in a season of joy by suggesting that we are called to be a holy contradiction in our city.
Tyler Staton continues our Weekend Away teaching by exploring how we can live in a season of joy.
Visiting from Trinity Grace Church Williamsburg, in New York, Tyler Staton kicks off the KXC Weekend Away by exploring what it looks like to be in a season of joy.
Rebecca Hamilton unpacks Matthew 2:1-11, encouraging us to be expectant for all God has in store for us in 2020.
As we welcome in 2020, Lois Tackie-Oblie explores what it might look like for us to say yes to all God has in store in the year ahead.
Pete Hughes takes us through the Prayer of Examen as we reflect on the past year and look forward to 2020.
Over the next year we want to read through the New Testament together as a KXC family, journeying through the text, grappling with the same passages, asking questions and being drawn into a daily encounter with Jesus. Rather than racing through the text each day, we’re going to use an acronym to help us slow down and delve deeper into the passage. Each day we’ll be following the pattern of BREAD. Pete Hughes takes us through it, looking at Psalm 23.