Spiritual Life through Worship, Discipleship & Stewardship
"You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart
and with all your soul and with all your mind..."  Matthew 22:37

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Current Sermon Series: Elisha: The not so minor Prophet.

Board of Christian Education

Women’s Bible Study: Starting soon for the spring and summer-is a series with Priscilla Shirer and this fall we starting the story of Daniel and his walk with God. Please review your bulletin and check for updates on the starting times.If interested please send an email to admin@ctknp.com or contact Darla Huttinger

Women's Summer Bible Study:
Jonah Navigating a Life Interrupted by Priscilla Shirer starts June 18th. 

What do we do when God interrupts our lives? Many times, like Jonah, we run! Jonah: Navigating a Life Interrupted by Priscilla Shirer is a 7-session Bible study that redefines interruption and shows how it can be God's invitation to do something beyond our wildest dreams. This will be our ladies Summer Bible Study.

Men’s Bible Study: 
Starts Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014  
This is a six week course discussing  "The Purpose Driven Life" by Rick Warren.

For more information contact
admin@ctknp.com or contact Joe Ventrone

 To join send email to admin@ctknp.com


This Living Proof Conference will be held October 10 – 11, in San Diego, CA. Tickets are $59.  Please sign up with Darla Huttinger, Linda Campbell, or Connie Baade by May 1st.

Stephen Ministry Training:  We have just celebrated the completion of the Stephen Ministry course. If you would like to arrange to speak with one of our class graduates please Contact Darla Huttinger or Tiara Castillo for more information, admin@ctknp.com 

Book Club
Our CTK Book Club's next meeting will be Friday, August 1st at 7:00PM at the home of the Garcias.  All Men and Women are invited to participate. Our new book
God's Smuggler is an autobiography that begins as the story of a Dutch family enduring German occupation in World War II. But this is only the start. After a time of disinterest in God, young Andrew becomes a believer and pioneers a remarkable career delivering banned Bibles to Communist Europe. His work then grows to include others in delivering aid to persecuted Christians in post-WWII Eastern Europe.
I am hoping that we can have a couple guests that lived behind the iron curtain at this time to give us insight on how they we able to worship during this dark time. Any Questions on this please contact Linnea Wentworth at Linnea@cyclonefamily.com



The church exists to worship God and at Christ the King we believe that worship (whatever style or format it takes) is good.  This is one of the primary ways we show our love to Him.  Matthew 4:10 says, “Worship the Lord your God, and serve Him only.” Also, Psalm 34:3 states, “O magnify the Lord with me and let us exalt His name together” (NASB).  We worship not because we have to (as if it were a duty), but in response to the amazing gift of forgiveness and love Christ showed to us first on the cross.  It is a privilege for us to worship as His followers.

We want to grow together as God’s people.  Jesus paid the price for us on the cross and justifies us completely before God.  So, in response, we desire to become more like Jesus each day.  At Christ the King we grow in Spiritual maturity, “…so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ” (Ephesians 4:12b-13, NASB).

At Christ the King, one of the things we exist to do is love people as we strive to, “…love your neighbor as yourself” (Leviticus 19:18, ESV).   This is also known as ministry.  When we reach out in Christ’s love to other people we are ministering to them.  We exhibit this in lives of service through good stewardship of our time, talents, and treasures, “…to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ” (Ephesians 4:12, ESV).
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