King of Kings Lutheran Church
1101 N. Wymore Road
Maitland, FL 32751
Sundays @ 10 am
Family Bible Time:
Starts up September 8!
First Day of School!
7 pm - Fellowship Team (Conference Room)
10 am - Worship w/ Baptisms & Lord's Supper
11:30 am - Walter Prosek Birthday Celebration/Prepared to Answer Class (Grade 12)
7 pm - Evangelism Team (Conference Room)
Pr. Rod Warnecke
Father of Phil Warnecke - Undergoing treatment after a cancerous mass was discovered on his lung
A Christian Woman Dealing with Clinical Depression
By God's grace, survived a recent attempt to take her own life
The Students, Staff, and Families of King of Kings Lutheran School and Preschool
Started the 2019-20 school year today (Monday, Aug. 12)
Pr. Bill Gabb
Will undergo kidney surgery on August 22
Friend of Dale Remus - In the advanced stages of ALS
Pr. Steve Blumer
Nearly recovered from Legionnaire's Disease
Family of Hanna Kieta
Daughter of Pr. and Mrs. Geoff Kieta - Recently called home to heaven due to a car accident
On Sunday, we kicked off the new school year here at King of Kings. We rejoiced at the beginning of a new year for our elementary school and preschool and as we kick off a new year of opportunities for young and old to grow in God's wisdom through Bible study. The following devotion is adapted from Sunday's sermon on 2 Timothy 3:14-17 - Whose School Do You Attend? For the full text of the sermon, click on the title!
Growing in God's Wisdom,
Lessons for your own personal Bible reading this week:
- Luke 12:49-53
- Jeremiah 23:23-29
- Hebrews 12:1-13
- Psalm 4
Coming Soon @ King of Kings
Fellowship Team – The fellowship team invites all members of King of Kings to join them this Tuesday, August 13 @ 7 pm in the conference room. We will be planning six months of fun social activities for our King of Kings family. For more info, please contact Jason Luetzow!
New Worship Series! The Narrow Door – What does it mean to follow Christ? It’s tempting to hope that once I become a Christian, my life will get easier and my problems will go away, but the life of a Christian is humbly lived beneath the cross. Jesus describes that path as going through a narrow door. Following Christ often comes with difficulty or at a personal cost. Yet following Christ through difficulties leads to godly wisdom and heavenly blessing. Join us Sundays @ 10 am as we learn what it means to follow Christ!
Prepared to Answer – Our monthly class helping 12th graders learn to understand and handle objections to their Christian faith will begin next Sunday, August 18 after worship.
Digging Deeper – Our Wednesday AM Bible studies will kick off on Wednesday, August 21 @ 10:30 am in the conference room with a study of Martin Luther’s Large Catechism. Copies of the Large Catechism will be available for a nominal cost for class participants.
Annual Voters’ Meeting is planned for Sunday, August 25 @ 10 am. All voting members are strongly encouraged to attend as we review the past year and look ahead to the next.
Growing in Hope – Why does it matter that Jesus is my Savior? Does the Bible really apply to my life? Where can I get more of what I heard today? How can I join King of Kings? We are planning to begin a new session of our Bible Information Class in August to provide answers to those questions and many more. If you are interested in taking part in this course, please reply to this e-mail or contact Pastor!
Every Member Visits - Pastor Gumm is visiting all of our members—and there are King of Kings families and individuals who still need to schedule visits! Please be sure to reply to this e-mail or contact Pastor to schedule your visit ASAP!
An Encouraging Word: Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us get rid of every burden and the sin that so easily ensnares us, and let us run with patient endurance the race that is laid out for us. Let us keep our eyes fixed on Jesus, who is the author of our faith and the one who brings it to its goal. In view of the joy set before him, he endured the cross, disregarding its shame, and has taken his seat at the right hand of God’s throne. Carefully consider him who endured such hostility against himself from sinful people, so that you do not grow weary and lose heart. (Hebrews 12:1-3)