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).
Marriage, Jesus and the Church - Ephesians: Fully Equipped
Marriage is a great blessing to many people but can also be a place of pain and sadness. What is God's intention in marriage, how does Jesus make a difference to it and how can marriage teach us about Jesus?
A Wake-Up Call to be a Holy People - Ephesians: Fully Equipped
The Bible says that Christians are called to be holy people? It's not a phrase we use every day. What does it mean and what does this look like practically? Why is it such a good thing?
What is a Disciple? - Ephesians: Fully Equipped
The Bible talks a lot about disciples, but often people are unsure what exactly the word means. Was it just
‘the twelve’, does it refer to a really keen Christian, or might it mean something else entirely? And what
could it mean for me?
Equipped to Grow the Church - Ephesians: Fully Equipped
What does it mean to be a Christian and part of a church? Ephesians paints a helpful picture of what church should be like: a place where everyone is valued, works together and grows together.
Everyone is a Believer
Many people think that they could never be people of faith, never be a Christian, because they are not that sort of person. On the other hand, of course they believe in things like: freedom, kindness, progress and equality. But where did these values come from?
Don't Scratch the Vase - Ephesians: Fully Equipped
Imagine someone you greatly respected gave you responsibility for something beautiful and precious that they had painstakingly crafted themselves. You’d make every effort to look after it, protect it and care for it, wouldn’t you? What if this someone was God himself? Paul describes what this looks like for us and how we can work together to maintain what God values most.