Announcements

Sunday, April 9, 2017 Passover Dinner – KCC will be hosting a Seder dinner tomorrow night, Monday, April 10th, at 5:30 p.m. here at KCC.  For more information please call Rachel Pope at 928-303-5682. Easter Picnic – Come celebrate the

Kingman Covenant Counseling

Only God can offer TRUE and continual peace and joy in your life. Jesus says in the Bible: “I am the vine; you are the branches. If a man remains in me and I in him, he will bear much

Service Times

Sunday 9:30-11:00 am – Morning Worship Service in the main sanctuary Currently studying Genesis 9:30-11:00 am – Kid’s Sunday School Pre – K 1st – 2nd 3rd – 5th 9:30-11:00 am – Youth Class Monday 6:30 – 7:30 am –

Donations

Accepting donations for tithes and offerings, missionary support, and the various ministries and programs of Kingman Christian Church. Ways to Give Online: Through your bank’s “Bill Pay” service Visa or MasterCard (Debit or Credit) In person, at the church: Cash

Resources

Here are just a few resources to help you grow in your Christian walk: Bibles (online, apps, downloads) You Version / Bible.com – Bible aids, tools, search, study, devotional, reading plan, online Bible, read the Bible. Bible Gateway – Search

Intentional Youth

Intentional Youth meets every Thursday evening from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm We have games, activities, worship, bible lessons, and small group discussions for all youth from Junior High to High School. We regularly plan fun fellowship or outreach events.

Financial Accountability 2017

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Sermon – March 12, 2017: “Works vs Faith”

Works vs Faith Luke 5:33=39 Fasting • Primary use is to lead people to repentance. • Used by Jesus to represent work done to earn God’s favor in the Old Covenant. The Bridegroom • Messianic reference. • The period of

Sermon – March 5, 2017: “Meeter of Needs”

Luke 5:12-26 Two significant acts when Jesus healed • He touched the leper. • He forgave the sins of the paralytic. What we learn from these acts. • Jesus didn’t just heal for healing to be a sign. • Jesus

Sermon – February 26, 2017: “The Call of Jesus”

The Call of Jesus Luke 5:1-11; 27-32 Two temptations to ignore the call • You don’t feel good enough. • Other’s don’t feel you are good enough. The Truth • Jesus doesn’t base his call on what you or others

Sermon – February 12, 2017

Jesus’ Teaching on Prayer What Jesus teaches about prayer • Jesus expects the believer to pray • Jesus sets the example • Jesus commands us to pray for those who persecute us. • Jesus teaches us that forgiveness of others

Sermon – January 22, 2017

And he went down to Capernaum, a city of Galilee. And he was teaching them on the Sabbath, and they were astonished at his teaching, for his word possessed authority. And in the synagogue there was a man who had

Sermon – January 1, 2017: “Living the ‘Spirit-filled’ Life”

Living the “Spirit-filled” Life
Luke 4:1-13

Reason for the narrative
• Last piece of intentional evidence
• Jesus is clearly portrayed as divine
– Satan tempting him to do only something God can do.
– Resisting the “grand scale” temptations of Satan.

The “Spirit-filled” life
• Being “filled” ≠ “having within”
• “Within” – having access through the Spirit within us to God’s empowerment and wisdom.
• “Filled” – to be empowered by the Holy Spirit to live by the wisdom and will of God.

How we live the Spirit-filled life
• Follow Jesus’ example.
• Jesus submitted himself to the Father (Phillipians 2:5-8).
• We must humble ourselves and submit to God.

Why live the Spirit-filled life
• A life lived without the influence and empowerment of the Spirit is a life lived for nothing.
• The Spirit-filled life is living free from the consequence of sin, reconciled to God for eternity. (Ephesians 4:17-24)
• True contentment, joy, peace, hope and love are experienced (Ephesians 4:25-5:2).
Jesus’s example of dealing with temptation
• Jesus resisted temptation because he submitted to the Father and was filled with the Spirit.
• In the wilderness, Jesus resisted the temptations of Satan to act independently of the combined will of the triune godhead.
• Essentially the Enemy tempts the Christian to act outside the wisdom and will of God.
• Intentionally submitting to God develops the same attitude as Jesus.
The big question today
• Are you the Christian who has the Holy Spirit within, or are you the Christian who is actually Spirit-filled?
• It is a daily choice for Satan is constantly looking for opportunity to tempt.
• The most opportune moments are when we are not choosing to submit to God.

Financial Accountability

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