Nicholas Kerton-Johnson kicks off our new series on the Presence of God with a message about our birthright. As children of God, we are called to not only learn about who the Father is, but also experience who the Father is.
As we wrap up our “Fathers Heart” series, Nicholas KJ explores the nature of God our Provider. We love that a good Father is aware of our needs and wants before we are. What a pleasure it is to partner with God and not strive!
To end our Father’s Heart series, Lisa Orvis talks about the vulnerability of the Father. What does it mean for God to choose to be vulnerable with us? How does that ignite trust in our hearts?
In this chapter or our Father’s Heart series, Worship Pastor, Tyler Dresbach confronts this question: How do we respond to the sacrificial love of the Trinity?
There are many times in the Bible that the Lord refers to himself as a mother. In this message, Lisa Orvis explores two of those moments. We pray that after you listen to this message you have a deeper and richer understanding of how the Lord loves you like a mother!
Holiness is a response to God’s love, not religion.
Listen as Elder Bill Heth leads us deeper into the knowledge of God’s holiness. Why do we do what we do? What is motivating us to look more like Jesus?
In this message, Senior Pastor, Nicholas KJ talks about God as our Protector. What do we do when things go wrong? How can we trust the Father as our protector in those moments?
In this sermon, Bill Heth dives deep into what it means that God is omnipresent, and how that affects our lives as His children.
“Joy is deeper than happy just like beautiful is deeper than pretty. Similarly, Hope is deeper than optimism”
Join us as Henrik talks about how Joy is an essential part of the nature of the Father.
Nicholas Kerton-Johnson elaborates on the nature of the Father and His beloved by drawing on stories from raising His own kids, and the story of the prodigal son.
In this sermon, Nicholas Hindes dives into the seemingly conflicting aspects human experience and the goodness of God. We pray that as you listen to this sermon you experience the goodness of the Father
Head pastor, Nicholas KJ, kicks off our sermon series on “The Beloved” with a deep look at the Father and how knowing we are His childeren can bring supernatural peace.
Spencer Lloyd has served faithfully as our Revival Pastor for some time now. Recently, he received a job offer from the church he grew up in. This was his last message at Kingdom Life Church. He recounts how he found himself at KLC, and shares with us where He sees the Lord calling us in the future.
Power doesn’t come from knowledge of the word, but from relationship.
Lead Pastor, Nicholas Kerton Johnson finishes our series on spiritual warfare by sharing some of his own personal stories with spiritual warfare, and how it has focused him more on intimacy with Jesus.
This week, Worship Pastor, Tyler Dresbach, teaches on how we can use worship as warfare in our everyday lives.
“Anxiety is not knowing where to turn”
Cathy Kerton-Johnson speaks on spiritual warfare and the battle field of the mind. She unpacks that anxiety is both a physical battle, and a spiritual one. She ends the sermon asking us to draw our focus to the Father, and allow Him to be the One who answers our vital questions.
We all fail in many areas, but especially with our words. Yet if we’re able to bridle the words we say we are powerful enough to control ourselves in every way, and that means our character is mature and fully developed. (James 3:2)
Blessings and Curses can come in three ways: from God, from others, and from ourselves. Listen as Spencer unpacks each and challenges us to steward our tongues well!
In the next step of our spiritual warfare series, Nicholas Hindes speaks on strongholds. Nicholas and his wife, Megan, run our Sozo Ministry. In this message, he teaches us what strongholds are, and how we can tear them down.
Pastor, Nicholas Kerton-Johnson kicks off our new spiritual warfare series with some stories from his own life, and an in-depth look into the stories of Job, Elisha, and Paul.
It’s that time of year again! Adam Narciso with Catalyst ministries came and put on a weekend long Identity Equip. Here is Session 3. This session took place on Sunday night during our normal service time.