This week's devotional includes a helpful discussion about the public gathering of God's people, which has looked and felt different these past few months. We navigate these changes together and we want to think Biblically, wisely, and patiently as we wait for things to return to normal. We hope this devotional will help you to do that....Keep Reading
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We have a loving, accepting, powerful, sovereign, good, holy, and faithful Friend at all times and in every circumstance. Regardless of where we’re at, we can go to Him and find help and grace in our time of need. We have a refuge from the storm. He will comfort us in our affliction and discipline us in our sin. He will restore us when we are weary. He will never forsake us. Jesus has already given His life for us, so we know He is willing to give us everything else we need....
Stand in awe of God’s great love for you! He set His love on you before the world was formed. He loved you when you were unlovely. He sent His one and only precious Son to rescue you. He gave you new life so that you could respond to Him and enjoy eternal fellowship with Him. It just doesn’t get any better than that. ...
At the root of discontentment is a questioning of God’s goodness, wisdom, love, and justice. In this devotion, Kevin helps us get to the source of our discontentment and shows us from Philippians 4 that when we are enjoying God, we can be happy with very little because we have Him. ...
As we begin the process of returning to "normal" weekly meetings each Sunday morning, we want to help communicate the ways in which we plan to move forward....Keep Reading
Bill makes a brief video explaining the gift of Sunday mornings and communicates some helpful thoughts about our reopening policy. We can't wait to see you all again on Sunday mornings, and we continue to pray regularly for the health of our church family....Keep Reading
In case you missed it, we have outlined Bill's latest sermon from the "Above the Storm" series, a series intended to encourage us as we navigate the difficulties and challenges of the Coronavirus pandemic....Keep Reading
The CCK Children's Ministry lessons for the week of May 17th....Keep Reading
As we look towards re-opening Knox County, Bill encourages us to pursue faith, love, kindness, gentleness, and peace with one another in the midst of many opinions. ...Keep Reading
Our Children's Ministry lesson for this week is about Jacob and Esau and an opportunity to learn more about God's sovereign right to choose to lavish His mercy where He chooses. For older kids, our series on prayer focuses on how we should pray according to God's Word. We also link some helpful videos and even a worship night for kids this Thursday night. ...Keep Reading
What if I told you that you could be completely forgiven of all your sins? I mean really forgiven of all your sins? Well, that is the glory of the type of forgiveness we have in Christ Jesus. This type of forgiveness, this type of grace is transformative. It changes us. ...Keep Reading
In Psalm 18, David faced frightening enemies, committed to his destruction. He did many things to evade capture and to preserve the lives of those with him. He took action. However, to what or to whom does he attribute his deliverance? What brought about his rescue? Answer: God delivered David in response to prayer. David’s prayers got a lot done. Prayer was practical...Keep Reading