What is it like to view ourselves within the context of our spiritual family, and how does that affect our earthly family? In our final installment of our Redeeming the Times series, Cathy Kerton-Johnson talks about seeing family through kingdom eyes.
Continuing our Redeeming the Times series, Elder Bill Heth, teaches on how we can bring glory to God through our marriages and families. He focuses on five words: Joy, Jesus, Reflect, Reproduce, and Reign.
“We do not serve to save, we serve because we have been saved”
This week, Luke Anspach, designer, professor, and elder here at KLC, breaks down what it means to worship a God who was not only Creator, but Designer. He urges us to look past what we do, and instead, seek the Father to define our identity and propel our “what” we do with a “why.”
This week, Matt Orvis looks into the ways that David used prophecy as a weapon, and how teaches us how we can operate from a prophetic heart. This week, Matts message was on the shorter side, leaving room at the end for the Holy Spirit to come and expose things in our hearts. We pray that you are touched by both this message, and the time of ministry at the end
In our second installment of our David series, Nicholas Kerton-Johnson talks about David as Warrior. This week we learn about how David was motivated by the truth of his identity, and how that made him an effective warrior.
“The only way we can truly worship God is through Him revealing Himself to us.”
Worship Pastor, Tyler Dresbach, starts our David series off exploring what David was like as a worshipper. In this message, he tells his own story of encountering the Lord’s presence through music for the first time, how worship begins with obedience, and how powerful it is when we are open and vulnerable about the way God is working in us through worship.
Matt Rosenbaum concludes our Galatians series with an empower message about the walk of a child of God into spiritual maturity. Listen as he shares from his own personal journey with the Lord towards growing in empathetic listening. He also draws from the prodigal son passage to teach us what it means to carry “the authority to bind.”
Religion can teach us, but it can never transform us into sons and daughters.
Listen as Nicholas teaches about Galatians 5 and the value of being zealous for good. As a church we seek to be free in order to bring freedom to others!
This is the fourth week in our Galatians series! In this sermon, Spencer explores the difference between walking in the old covenant, and the new. We are now sons of grace!
This week Bill Kicks off our Galatians series with a message about the power of a transformed life. Join us as he lays the foundation for this incredible story of grace.
“Christian boycotts don’t work because we are called to be light. If we stay out of a dark place because of fear, that place only remains dark.”
This is the final week of our Ephesians series! This week, Tyler addresses the reality of Spiritual Warfare and how power only flows from intimacy.
“Biblical love is not based on feeling, but a prior decision.”
It was such an honor to have Bill Biblically unpack this chapter of the Bible. This week we learned about how the Christian marital relationship is meant to put the love Christ has for His church on display.
“Love is stronger than mans justice”
This week, Nicholas takes us past the list of do’s and don’ts in Ephesians 5, and straight into the heart of the Father. Listen as we learn to stop being obsessed with out sin, and instead be obsessed with our relationship with God. We pray that you encounter the love of the Father while listening to this message, and have a greater revelation of the fact that the joy set before us is Christ.
“God uses imperfect people and His perfect gifts to transform the world”
In the third installment of our Ephesians series, Nicholas Hindes talks about how we can know the love that surpasses all knowledge. He challenges us to examine our hearts and see if we are in covenant with our church body, or cohabiting with our church body.
"We live lives of purpose. The greatest purpose of all is to be with Him and to know Him"
Listen here as Nicholas continues our Ephesians series with this empowering message on identity and unity.
In the first installment of our Ephesians series, Dr. Bill Heth outlines what it means to walk in the power of God. He sheds light on the fact that Jesus set us from from all sin, and sings over us words of life, while the enemy speaks only words of death.