Isn’t it a comfort that God seeks after proud people? That was one of the main points from last Sunday’s sermon. If we’re honest, we are all proud people, yet God doesn’t always give us what we deserve. He is merciful to those who humble themselves. God is definitely able to humble us, but it is far better to humble ourselves rather than have him do it for us. But even so, God pursues us even in our pridefulness, just as he did King Nebuchadnezzar. One day God will humble every proud person, but we have the assurance that God is kind and gentle with those who know they need to be humbled because of their sin. God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble. That is a promise we can hold onto.

GOSPEL LIFE GROUPS

Gospel Life Groups (GLGs) are primary way of getting to know one another at a relational level. GLG’s consist of a group of people getting together for fellowship, Bible study, and prayer. With COVID-19 restrictions, it is increasingly difficult to stay connected to people. To help facilitate connectivity, we have GLGs that meet in person and online. Each group meets in homes and decides how to best go about precautions. However, we do have GLGs that meet via Zoom for those who want to remain connected to people but are uncomfortable meeting in person. If you would like to meet in a GLG in person, just click on one of the top two buttons below. The bottom link is the actual Zoom address link for the online GLG that meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month @ 7pm.

RE:GARDING HIM WOMEN’S CONFERENCE
MARCH 19 or 20

 

Every woman wants to feel fulfilled. Yet the things we pursue to give our lives meaning often leave us feeling empty instead. At re:garding HIM you will explore how living according to God‘s design gives us true and joyful purpose.

This year there are two identical options from which you can choose:

  • Friday, March 19, 7:00-9:30pm
  • Saturday, March 20, 9:00-11:30am

Both events are held at Christ The Word Church (3100 Murd Rd, Sylvania, OH). For more information about the event, contact Chelsea Andres or click on one of the buttons below.

WOMEN’S STUDY

Women’s Study starts back up soon. They will meet every Tuesday @ 7pm at the Commons and on Zoom for 6-7 weeks straight beginning in March. They will be doing a study on Hebrews 11 by Trillia Newbell called, “A Great Cloud of Witnesses.” Throughout Scripture we find countless stories of God’s faithfulness—we also find countless stories of the people who remained faithful to Him. To strengthen and deepen your own faith, enter the stories of God’s imperfect yet faithful people, such as Rahab, Enoch, Gideon, Sarah, and many more whose faiths withstood the tests of their days. For more information, contact Chelsea Andres.

PRAYER REQUESTS

CURRENT PRAYER REQUEST:

Chelsea McClellan – Her grandmother, Jeannine, passed away last week.

Garrett and Rachel Atkins – Rachel gave birth to a healthy baby girl, Adira Bethany. Please pray they get some rest and that Rachel recovers well from labor.

Lihn Pham – This is the wife of Victor Pham, our Commons neighbor and VIP Nails owner. On Christmas evening she had a double brain aneurysm. She has had multiple surgeries and is still in a coma. Pray that the Lord will wake her up from the coma, restore her to complete health, and strengthen Victor’s faith and reliance on Jesus.

If you need prayer for anything, we would love to pray for you. Click the button below and fill out the form and we will pray for you.

GIVING

We understand skepticism about online giving, which is why we have an Online Giving Frequently Asked Questions page on our website that explains how it works. Here are a few ways to give :
  1. Give online by clicking on the “GIVE ONLINE” button which takes you to our secure transaction site.
  2. Text (888) 554-8664 to receive a link for you to give.
  3. Send your check or money order by mail, made out to King’s Cross Church, to the King’s Cross Church, 521 W. 2nd St., Defiance, OH 43512.
  4. Drop in giving box on Sundays at the Dam.

COMPASSION FUND

We know that with many businesses and services being shut down, people are losing jobs and struggling to pay their bills. If you are in need of help, we would like to know. We have a Compassion Fund for this reason. Fill out the film below as best you can and we will follow up with you.

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STAY CONNECTED

You can stay connected with all that is going on in the life of King’s Cross by signing up to receive KCC text alerts or the KCC LOOP email:

  1. KCC Info – Text “@kccin” to the number 81010 to receive KCC text alerts and updates
  2. KCC LOOP – Click HERE to sign up for our weekly email