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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!

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Kingdom Faith Church
Foundry Lane
West Sussex, RH13 5PX


+44 (0) 1403 275025

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Holy Trinity School
Buckswood Drive
West Sussex, RH11 8JE


+44 (0) 1293 854601

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Dragon Hall Community Centre
17 Stukeley Street
London, WC2B 5LT


+44 (0) 7976 724 189

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The Summit
St Nicholas Street
Yorkshire, YO11 2HF


+44 (0) 1723 374516

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Crescent House
3-7 The Mount
Somerset, TA1 3NR


+44 (0) 1823 664186

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Exhibition Hall
Worthing College
Hill Barn Lane
Worthing, BN14 9FD


+44 (0) 1903 253105

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going deeper ...to go further

Throughout 2018 we’re reading 3 chapters of the Bible every day; one from the New Testament, one from the Old Testament and one from the Psalms.

As we read through the New Testament let’s fix our eyes on Jesus and be built up in our faith in Him. As we journey through the Old Testament we’re reading God’s story of redemption and unfailing love. Through the Psalms we get a glimpse of God’s greatness and majesty - it’s the perfect place to pause, reflect and worship, as we turn everything going on around us into praise.

  • ACT 23 Acts 23
  • 2SAM 19 2 Samuel 19
  • PSA 23 Psalm 23
  • 1Paul looked at the council members boldly and said: "My brothers, I stand before you with a clear conscience that to this day I have lived to fulfil God's will."2Ananias ordered those near Paul to strike him on the mouth.3Then Paul retorted: "God will strike you. You are like a whitewashed wall! You sit there to judge me according to the law, yet you yourself break the law by commanding me to be struck."4Those standing near Paul said: "How dare you insult God's high priest!"5Paul replied: "Brothers, I did not know that he was the high priest, for it is written, 'You are not to speak badly about the ruler of your people.'"6Then Paul, realising that some of those present were Sadducees while others were Pharisees, said to the whole council: "My brothers, I am a Pharisee and the son of a Pharisee. I am on trial here because I hope in the resurrection of the dead."7Immediately an argument broke out between the Pharisees and Sadducees and the gathering was divided.8(The Sadducees do not believe there is resurrection; neither do they believe in angels or spirits, while the Pharisees believe in all of these).9The assembly was in chaos. Some teachers of the law who were Pharisees stood and argued strongly. "We can see nothing wrong with this man," they concluded. "Perhaps a spirit or an angel has spoken to him."10There was such sharp division the commander feared for Paul's safety. So he ordered the guards to go and rescue him and take him to the barracks.11On the following day Paul saw the Lord standing by him. He said: "Take courage! As you have testified faithfully about Me in Jerusalem, it will be necessary for you to testify also in Rome."Jewish leaders conspire to kill Paul12-13Early on the following morning the Jewish leaders conspired against Paul. More than forty of them took an oath saying they would neither eat nor drink until they had killed him.14They went and told the chief priests and elders: "We have taken a solemn oath not to eat until we have killed Paul.15We want you and the whole council to ask the commander to bring him before you so you can examine his case further. We will be ready to kill him before he arrives."16However Paul's nephew heard of this intended ambush and went to the barracks to inform Paul.17He in turn called one of the centurions and said: "Take this young man to the commander; he has a message for him."18The centurion did so, saying: "The prisoner Paul sent for me and asked me to bring this young man to you as he has a message for you."19Taking him by the hand, the commander took the young man aside and asked: "What have you to tell me?"20He replied: "The Jewish leaders have agreed to ask you to bring Paul before the council tomorrow on the basis that they want more accurate information about him.21Don't do as they ask, because over forty of them have planned to ambush him. They have taken an oath not to eat or drink anything until they have killed him. They are already prepared and await your consent."22The commander dismissed the young man telling him: "Don't tell anyone that you have warned me of these plans."Paul escorted to governor Felix23Then he ordered two centurions: "Prepare an escort of two hundred soldiers, seventy cavalry and two hundred spear men to leave for Caesarea at nine this evening.24Provide mounts for Paul and take him to the governor Felix.25He wrote the following letter:26Claudius Lysias, to the Most Excellent, Governor Felix: Greetings,27This man was arrested by the Jews who were about to kill him, when I came with a detachment of my soldiers and rescued him. I have learned that he is a Roman citizen.28I wanted to discover the basis of the accusations against him and so brought him before the Jewish council.29However it seems that the charges involved questions about their own religious law but certainly did not warrant the death penalty or even imprisonment.30I was then informed that some Jews were plotting to kill him and so immediately sent him to you. I have also commanded those who accuse him to present their case against him to you personally.31The soldiers obeyed their orders and that night took Paul as far as Antipatris.32On the following day the cavalry continued their journey with Paul, while the rest of the detachment returned to barracks.33On arriving at Caesarea, they delivered the letter to the governor and put Paul into his custody.34-35The governor read the letter and asked Paul what province he came from. On hearing that he came from Cilicia he said: "I will hear your case when your accusers arrive." Then he gave orders for Paul to be put under guard in Herod's palace.
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  • 1Joab was told, “The king is weeping and mourning for Absalom.” 2And for the whole army the victory that day was turned into mourning, because on that day the troops heard it said, “The king is grieving for his son.” 3The men stole into the city that day as men steal in who are ashamed when they flee from battle. 4The king covered his face and cried aloud, “O my son Absalom! O Absalom, my son, my son!” 5Then Joab went into the house to the king and said, “Today you have humiliated all your men, who have just saved your life and the lives of your sons and daughters and the lives of your wives and concubines. 6You love those who hate you and hate those who love you. You have made it clear today that the commanders and their men mean nothing to you. I see that you would be pleased if Absalom were alive today and all of us were dead. 7Now go out and encourage your men. I swear by the Lord that if you don’t go out, not a man will be left with you by nightfall. This will be worse for you than all the calamities that have come on you from your youth till now.” 8So the king got up and took his seat in the gateway. When the men were told, “The king is sitting in the gateway,” they all came before him.Meanwhile, the Israelites had fled to their homes.9Throughout the tribes of Israel, all the people were arguing among themselves, saying, “The king delivered us from the hand of our enemies; he is the one who rescued us from the hand of the Philistines. But now he has fled the country to escape from Absalom; 10and Absalom, whom we anointed to rule over us, has died in battle. So why do you say nothing about bringing the king back?” 11King David sent this message to Zadok and Abiathar, the priests: “Ask the elders of Judah, ‘Why should you be the last to bring the king back to his palace, since what is being said throughout Israel has reached the king at his quarters? 12You are my relatives, my own flesh and blood. So why should you be the last to bring back the king?’ 13And say to Amasa, ‘Are you not my own flesh and blood? May God deal with me, be it ever so severely, if you are not the commander of my army for life in place of Joab.’” 14He won over the hearts of the men of Judah so that they were all of one mind. They sent word to the king, “Return, you and all your men.” 15Then the king returned and went as far as the Jordan.Now the men of Judah had come to Gilgal to go out and meet the king and bring him across the Jordan. 16Shimei son of Gera, the Benjamite from Bahurim, hurried down with the men of Judah to meet King David. 17With him were a thousand Benjamites, along with Ziba, the steward of Saul’s household, and his fifteen sons and twenty servants. They rushed to the Jordan, where the king was. 18They crossed at the ford to take the king’s household over and to do whatever he wished.When Shimei son of Gera crossed the Jordan, he fell prostrate before the king 19and said to him, “May my lord not hold me guilty. Do not remember how your servant did wrong on the day my lord the king left Jerusalem. May the king put it out of his mind. 20For I your servant know that I have sinned, but today I have come here as the first from the tribes of Joseph to come down and meet my lord the king.” 21Then Abishai son of Zeruiah said, “Shouldn’t Shimei be put to death for this? He cursed the Lord’s anointed.” 22David replied, “What does this have to do with you, you sons of Zeruiah? What right do you have to interfere? Should anyone be put to death in Israel today? Don’t I know that today I am king over Israel?” 23So the king said to Shimei, “You shall not die.” And the king promised him on oath. 24Mephibosheth, Saul’s grandson, also went down to meet the king. He had not taken care of his feet or trimmed his mustache or washed his clothes from the day the king left until the day he returned safely. 25When he came from Jerusalem to meet the king, the king asked him, “Why didn’t you go with me, Mephibosheth?” 26He said, “My lord the king, since I your servant am lame, I said, ‘I will have my donkey saddled and will ride on it, so I can go with the king.’ But Ziba my servant betrayed me. 27And he has slandered your servant to my lord the king. My lord the king is like an angel of God; so do whatever you wish. 28All my grandfather’s descendants deserved nothing but death from my lord the king, but you gave your servant a place among those who eat at your table. So what right do I have to make any more appeals to the king?” 29The king said to him, “Why say more? I order you and Ziba to divide the land.” 30Mephibosheth said to the king, “Let him take everything, now that my lord the king has returned home safely.” 31Barzillai the Gileadite also came down from Rogelim to cross the Jordan with the king and to send him on his way from there. 32Now Barzillai was very old, eighty years of age. He had provided for the king during his stay in Mahanaim, for he was a very wealthy man. 33The king said to Barzillai, “Cross over with me and stay with me in Jerusalem, and I will provide for you.” 34But Barzillai answered the king, “How many more years will I live, that I should go up to Jerusalem with the king? 35I am now eighty years old. Can I tell the difference between what is enjoyable and what is not? Can your servant taste what he eats and drinks? Can I still hear the voices of male and female singers? Why should your servant be an added burden to my lord the king? 36Your servant will cross over the Jordan with the king for a short distance, but why should the king reward me in this way? 37Let your servant return, that I may die in my own town near the tomb of my father and mother. But here is your servant Kimham. Let him cross over with my lord the king. Do for him whatever you wish.” 38The king said, “Kimham shall cross over with me, and I will do for him whatever you wish. And anything you desire from me I will do for you.” 39So all the people crossed the Jordan, and then the king crossed over. The king kissed Barzillai and bid him farewell, and Barzillai returned to his home. 40When the king crossed over to Gilgal, Kimham crossed with him. All the troops of Judah and half the troops of Israel had taken the king over. 41Soon all the men of Israel were coming to the king and saying to him, “Why did our brothers, the men of Judah, steal the king away and bring him and his household across the Jordan, together with all his men?” 42All the men of Judah answered the men of Israel, “We did this because the king is closely related to us. Why are you angry about it? Have we eaten any of the king’s provisions? Have we taken anything for ourselves?” 43Then the men of Israel answered the men of Judah, “We have ten shares in the king; so we have a greater claim on David than you have. Why then do you treat us with contempt? Weren’t we the first to speak of bringing back our king?”But the men of Judah pressed their claims even more forcefully than the men of Israel.
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  • A psalm of David.1The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing.2He makes me lie down in green pastures,he leads me beside quiet waters,3he refreshes my soul.He guides me along the right paths for his name’s sake.4Even though I walk through the darkest valley,I will fear no evil, for you are with me;your rod and your staff, they comfort me. 5You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies.You anoint my head with oil; my cup overflows.6Surely your goodness and love will follow me all the days of my life,and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.
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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.

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