On Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015, Christ the King bid farewell and godspeed to Minister of Music Bruce Phelps who will be retiring at the end of the month. In response to Sunday's events, Bruce wished to share this message of thanks with you... Read More
We first met Joe Davis last summer at the annual CtK Block Party where he performed his riveting poem, "Love Always" (see below for text). If you missed Davis at the Block Party, never fear! Davis returns to CtK for Local Mission Partner Sunday on Jan. 18.
Davis, poet in residence at Redeemer Lutheran Church in north Minneapolis, will share an original Epiphany poem highlighting Jesus being shown to the nations of the world. Read More
This week we begin our celebration of Epiphany—the season of light. Some of us come to this week Christmas-ed out, New Year’s resolutions perhaps already broken, headed into the coldest days of the winter. But we also come into this season ready to journey with the magi, the three kings, as they followed the star, to see as they saw, the revelation of God through Jesus. The light of Christ greeted them, and it greets us too. We are reminded of God’s words from Genesis, “Let there be light,” and we know its truth today as much as when the words were first spoken. Read More
Celebrate Recovery is a biblical and balanced program that helps us overcome our hurts, hang-ups, and habits. It is based on the actual words of Jesus rather than psychological theory. The twelve steps and 8 principles are biblically grounded in scripture.
CtK member, Fred Bergsrud, is a volunteer with the Reading Buddies program at Bel Air Elementary School. There is a need for more volunteers with this program. Volunteers meet with students on Tuesdays from 10:00 – 11:00.