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Hi and welcome to Kingdom Faith Church!

We’re Christians from loads of different cultures and backgrounds with one thing in common...we love Jesus Christ!

We’re passionate about Jesus and worshipping Him and for us that’s what life is all about! Our desire is to know God more and to help everyone discover how amazing He is!

Latest message: Simply Jesus: Reawakening for re-empowering - Clive Urquhart 24/05/2020

Rohan & Anna Andrew

“...The only thing that counts is faith expressing itself through love.” Galatians 5:6

Rohan & Anna Andrew
Crawley Congregation Leaders

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31May

Sunday Online

10am

As we are unable to meet on Sunday at any of our venues in Horsham, Burgess Hill, Crawley or Worthing we’re gathering instead as households right across the region to pray, to worship and to watch a message together online. You’ll also find some children’s and youth resources below for you to use as a family as well as links to give online among other things on our website.

We pray that God will meet with you wherever you are and that you will experience His goodness, His faithfulness and His love today.

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03Jun

Online Prayer Meeting

8pm

Join us online on Wednesday nights as we gather across the region in our homes to pray, intercede and stand in the gap on behalf of our nation and to see God’s victory released. Let's take a hold of the authority we have in Christ and see this mountain moved together. Come expectant.

We’ll be streaming the meeting live on our website from 8pm.

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07Jun

Sunday Online

10am

As we are unable to meet on Sunday at any of our venues in Horsham, Burgess Hill, Crawley or Worthing we’re gathering instead as households right across the region to pray, to worship and to watch a message together online. You’ll also find some children’s and youth resources below for you to use as a family as well as links to give online among other things on our website.

We pray that God will meet with you wherever you are and that you will experience His goodness, His faithfulness and His love today.

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10Jun

Online Prayer Meeting

8pm

Join us online on Wednesday nights as we gather across the region in our homes to pray, intercede and stand in the gap on behalf of our nation and to see God’s victory released. Let's take a hold of the authority we have in Christ and see this mountain moved together. Come expectant.

We’ll be streaming the meeting live on our website from 8pm.

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going deeper ...to go further

Daily Bible reading strengthens our relationship with God, nourishes our spirits and equips us to live a fruitful, effective life for Him.

If you’ve never read the whole way through the Bible before why not follow our plan this year? As we read the Word it’s important that we apply what we read and pray it out over our lives.

  • ROM 4 Romans 4
  • 1SAM 13 1 Samuel 13
  • PSA 58 Psalm 58
  • Abraham considered righteous1Those of you who are Jews know that Abraham was our forefather. So what did he understand about all this?2If the basis of Abraham's relationship with God had been the works he did, then he would have had cause to boast, although not before God. No one has cause to boast before Him!3God's Word helps us to understand that 'Abraham was considered to be righteous because he believed God' – by faith, not by works.4A man's wages are not a gift but his right because of the work he has done to earn those wages.5However, the person who knows that no amount of work can make him pleasing to God understands that he must put his faith in God's mercy, for only He is able to forgive sinners and make them acceptable and righteous in His eyes.6David also understood this principle. He speaks of the way God has blessed those He accepts as righteous, quite apart from any works of their own:7"Blessed are those whose sins are forgiven because they have been covered by God's mercy.8Blessed is the person whose sins God will never hold against him."9-10Are these blessings only for the Jews, or have they been extended to people of other nations? Well, we have already seen that it was Abraham's faith that put him into right relationship with God, and this had nothing to do with the fact that he was circumcised, for he was counted as righteous by God before his circumcision. In fact, the act of circumcision was a sign of the righteous relationship he could now enjoy with God. It was a seal of that relationship, a demonstration of God's approval of Abraham because of the faith he placed in the Lord.11This means that Abraham is the father of all who are put right with God through their faith, no matter whether they are Jews or not. God regards as righteous and acceptable any who have put their faith in Jesus Christ.12Of course, Abraham is the father of all true Jews, those who have not only received the rite of circumcision, but also walk as Abraham did, in the kind of faith he had before he was circumcised.13Therefore, it was not through the law that was given much later that Abraham and his sons received the amazing promise from God, that he would inherit the nations of the world. No, it was because he was brought into right relationship with God by his faith.14If those who lived by law could inherit the nations, there would be no need of faith and God's promises would be worthless.15We have seen that, because of disobedience, religious law can only lead to failure and condemnation and God's subsequent judgment of wrath. But at least the law points out where we go wrong!16So we can see clearly that God's promises are given to a people of faith; and they will only be fulfilled by His grace, what He does in and through us. These promises are guaranteed to all the children of Abraham, not only those brought up under the Jewish law, but also to all who live by faith in God, trusting in Him and not themselves. So, then, Abraham is the father of all of us who believe.17This fulfils God's Word to Abraham: "I have made you a father of many nations." In God's eyes, Abraham is a father to all who believe. He believed that God gives life to those who are spiritually dead and is able to speak of things that have not happened as if they had already taken place, so sure is His Word.18If you had looked at Abraham's situation when God spoke to him, you would have thought it beyond any possible hope or expectation that he could become the father of many nations. But God had spoken and said this would be the case; he would have children in many nations!19-20When he was about a hundred years old and his wife Sarah way beyond the time when she could bear a child naturally, Abraham still believed God's promise without wavering in his faith. Sexually his body must have seemed as good as dead, yet he was not guilty of unbelief about God's promise that he would have a son.21Instead, he was strengthened in his faith and gave glory to God for the outcome. He was utterly convinced that God had the power to make possible what He had promised, even if, humanly, it looked impossible.22So you can see why God considered Abraham righteous. It was because of his faith.23-24Yet this principle is not only for him, but for all who believe in the One who raised Jesus from the dead; they are all considered righteous by God.25This is only possible because Jesus was deliberately made the sacrifice for our sins. Yes, He died and was raised back to life because this was the only way we could be made acceptable to God.
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  • 1Saul was thirty years old when he became king, and he reigned over Israel forty- two years. 2Saul chose three thousand men from Israel; two thousand were with him at Mikmash and in the hill country of Bethel, and a thousand were with Jonathan at Gibeah in Benjamin. The rest of the men he sent back to their homes. 3Jonathan attacked the Philistine outpost at Geba, and the Philistines heard about it. Then Saul had the trumpet blown throughout the land and said, “Let the Hebrews hear!” 4So all Israel heard the news: “Saul has attacked the Philistine outpost, and now Israel has become obnoxious to the Philistines.” And the people were summoned to join Saul at Gilgal. 5The Philistines assembled to fight Israel, with three thousand chariots, six thousand charioteers, and soldiers as numerous as the sand on the seashore. They went up and camped at Mikmash, east of Beth Aven. 6When the Israelites saw that their situation was critical and that their army was hard pressed, they hid in caves and thickets, among the rocks, and in pits and cisterns. 7Some Hebrews even crossed the Jordan to the land of Gad and Gilead.Saul remained at Gilgal, and all the troops with him were quaking with fear. 8He waited seven days, the time set by Samuel; but Samuel did not come to Gilgal, and Saul’s men began to scatter. 9So he said, “Bring me the burnt offering and the fellowship offerings.” And Saul offered up the burnt offering. 10Just as he finished making the offering, Samuel arrived, and Saul went out to greet him. 11“What have you done?” asked Samuel.Saul replied, “When I saw that the men were scattering, and that you did not come at the set time, and that the Philistines were assembling at Mikmash, 12I thought, ‘Now the Philistines will come down against me at Gilgal, and I have not sought the Lord’s favor.’ So I felt compelled to offer the burnt offering.” 13“You have done a foolish thing,” Samuel said. “You have not kept the command the Lord your God gave you; if you had, he would have established your kingdom over Israel for all time. 14But now your kingdom will not endure; the Lord has sought out a man after his own heart and appointed him ruler of his people, because you have not kept the Lord’s command.” 15Then Samuel left Gilgal and went up to Gibeah in Benjamin, and Saul counted the men who were with him. They numbered about six hundred.16Saul and his son Jonathan and the men with them were staying in Gibeah in Benjamin, while the Philistines camped at Mikmash. 17Raiding parties went out from the Philistine camp in three detachments. One turned toward Ophrah in the vicinity of Shual, 18another toward Beth Horon, and the third toward the borderland overlooking the Valley of Zeboyim facing the wilderness. 19Not a blacksmith could be found in the whole land of Israel, because the Philistines had said, “Otherwise the Hebrews will make swords or spears!” 20So all Israel went down to the Philistines to have their plow points, mattocks, axes and sickles sharpened. 21The price was two-thirds of a shekel for sharpening plow points and mattocks, and a third of a shekel for sharpening forks and axes and for repointing goads. 22So on the day of the battle not a soldier with Saul and Jonathan had a sword or spear in his hand; only Saul and his son Jonathan had them.23Now a detachment of Philistines had gone out to the pass at Mikmash.
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  • For the director of music. To the tune of "Do Not Destroy." Of David. A miktam.1Do you rulers indeed speak justly? Do you judge people with equity?2No, in your heart you devise injustice, and your hands mete out violence on the earth. 3Even from birth the wicked go astray; from the womb they are wayward, spreading lies.4Their venom is like the venom of a snake, like that of a cobra that has stopped its ears,5that will not heed the tune of the charmer, however skillful the enchanter may be. 6Break the teeth in their mouths, O God; Lord, tear out the fangs of those lions!7Let them vanish like water that flows away; when they draw the bow, let their arrows fall short.8May they be like a slug that melts away as it moves along, like a stillborn child that never sees the sun. 9Before your pots can feel the heat of the thorns— whether they be green or dry—the wicked will be swept away.10The righteous will be glad when they are avenged, when they dip their feet in the blood of the wicked.11Then people will say, “Surely the righteous still are rewarded; surely there is a God who judges the earth.”
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  • S.O.A.P.

    In order to go further in the mission God has given us, He said we need to go deeper in our relationship with Him. As with any tree or plant, the fruit is determined by the health and depth of the root. One way we have been going deeper is by reading and journaling through the Word every day. We’ve called it S.O.A.P.

    [S]cripture - Read the Word
    [O]bservation - Write down what God is saying/showing you
    [A]pplication - How do we apply this in our lives?
    [P]rayer - Pray through and over your life

    As we read the Word (Scripture), listen to the Holy Spirit (Observation), discover how to apply that to our lives (Application) and pray these things over our lives and those in the Church (Prayer) we’re going deeper in our relationship with God so that we can go further in the mission He’s given us.

    Throughout the rest of the year we’ll be continuing our Bible Reading Plan to press deeper into God so that we can go further in His purposes. Get yourself a Bible, a journal and a pen and SOAP your way through the scriptures!

    You can see which chapters we’re reading today above this section.