• LESSONS & CAROLS: December 18, 2018


  • ARISE! 2019 Women's Retreat

    February 22-23, 2019




  • Debt Proof Your Marriage Seminar

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  • Spiritual Formation Seminar

    Join Dr. Brian Fast for a discussion on
    Independence & Addiction vs
    Intimacy & Worship

    Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019 | 9:00 a.m. - Noon

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  • Holiness: The Road to Resurrection

    Holiness II

    Holiness: The Road to Resurrection

    March 31-April 2, 2019

    Keynote Speaker:

    The Most Rev. & Rt. Hon. George Carey,
    103rd Archbishop of Canterbury



   December 2018   
Today's Events


Soaking Prayer
9:30 AM to 11:15 AM
This service takes place in the Healing Center Chapel. Come and listen to the still small voice of the Lord and to allow his peace to wash over you and refresh you. Two members of CtK's Prayer Team will greet you and provide you with paper to write down y
Holy Communion
11:30 AM
In the Healing Center Chapel
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Spiritual Formation

February 2, 2019 | 9:00 a.m. - Noon
The Healing Center @ Christ the King

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Christ the King Center again welcomes guest speaker
Dr. Brian Fast for an interactive seminar entitled 

Independence & Addiction vs Intimacy & Worship


  • Navigating an internal Copernican revolution in our souls as we walk together through the four stages of Christian maturity taught by Bernard of Clairvaux: “I love myself for my sake”, “I love God for my sake”, “I love God for God’s sake”, “I love myself for God’s sake” (i.e., out of gratitude to God I embrace my life circumstances as an opportunity to respond in a way that delights and reveals Him).
  • How to recognize our characteristic “pull” in relationships and our unique version of the internal battle between the flesh and the Spirit. Paradoxically, our independent insistence on defining life on our own terms and justifying to ourselves that our demands should be met makes intimacy with God and others impossible. Learn to identify and lay down your false definitions of “Life” and “Death” and answer the Lord’s invitation to become a source of living water for others (John 7: 38-39): pull/take/consume vs pour/give/provide.
  • Humility and the “exchanged life”: Learning to trust Jesus (Beatitudes) and the Apostle Paul (2Corinthians 12: 7-10) that God’s power will be most on display in our lives when we realize that on our own we are poor and weak and inadequate, i.e., that on our best day in our own strength we’re a mess, but “with God all things are possible” (Matt 19: 26).

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