Download messages given at King's Church in Lewes. King's Church is a lively community church made up of people of all ages and backgrounds whose lives have been transformed by God though Jesus Christ. We meet together every Sunday morning to encounter God through modern worship and relevant teaching from the Bible. We also meet mid-week as Small Groups in people's homes. We are part of the Newfrontiers family of churches and have a strong emphasis on helping people meet God, live well and make a difference. King's Church is affiliated with the Evangelical Alliance and is a registered charity (number 1081337).
How should we pray? - Teach Us To Pray: growing in prayer
Few things are as basic to the Christian faith as praying, yet few things provoke as much guilt and discouragement. We know we should be better at prayer but struggle to make it happen. Is there anything that can help?
Easter: Is Seeing Believing?
The events of the first Easter were pretty extraordinary, as well the implications of them for life today. But if we weren’t there and able to see what happened, how can we know it’s true and believe it?
Paul: Sufficient Grace - Grace Under Pressure
Most of us know the experience of being worn down and worn out by something outside of our control. What difference can our faith in God make when we feel like we can't carry on?
Peter & James: Unfair? - Grace Under Pressure
How do you react when other people seem to get all the breaks and you end up drawing the short straw? How can we handle it when it feels like God himself is not treating us fairly?
Hagar Part 2: Do I Matter? - Grace Under Pressure
Most of us want to know that we matter to someone, that we are valued for who we are not for what we do. But how do we cope when people treat us as if we don’t matter? Or even worse, when God seems not to care?
Hagar part 1: How can this be ok? - Grace Under Pressure
Sometimes the Bible seems to describe really shocking events as if nothing is wrong: The heroes of faith behave in appalling ways, and God doesn’t seem to mind. What’s going on and how does it affect how we think about the Bible itself?