Monday 24 December 2012

Christmas Celebration

Glory to God!

On the 16.12. we had our Christmas celebration and it was wonderful to see our children and youth use their gifts to honour our King. We rejoice with those who received the gift of Christ and committed their lives to Jesus on that day! Over a hundred people attended our Christmas celebration and enjoyed an abundance of Christmas goodies after the service.

Yesterday the Lord spoke to us about what Jesus meant when He said, "I am the Light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life" (John 8:12). He showed us that the glory of the Father revealed through Christ was not a shining presence but the manifestation of the "fullness of his grace" (John 1:14, 16,17). Jesus revealed the very nature of the Father - His grace, mercy, love, truth, etc. Those who follow Christ and abide in Him, are called to do the same. Every disciple of Christ is called to reveal the supernatural love of God as light in the darkness. Christians are called to glow in the dark as they position themselves to be filled and enlightened by God. Paul writes,

"For God, who said, 'Let light shine out of darkness,' made his light shine in our hearts to give us the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Christ." 2 Cor. 4:6

It is awesome to realise that every believer can know the glory of God through Jesus and to reveal that glory through a life submitted to Him (2 Peter 1:3,4)!

Thursday 6 December 2012

Faith Operating Through Love!

Glory to God!

On Sunday Elizabeth Nehring presented the vision for our KLF youth ministry that will begin in the new year. We are excited about what God is going to do with our youth and how He wants to raise, equip and release this generation!

The Lord is speaking to us about coming back to the essence of what it means to be a disciple of Christ and living the Kingdom Life.This is what He showed us on Sunday:

  • Paul expresses the essence in Gal. 5:6 when he writes: "The only thing that counts is faith expressing itself through love."
  • Faith looks like something! "Faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead." James 2:17
  • Faith operates through love and sets the believer apart (holiness) as a disciple of Christ. 1 Thess. 3:12,13; John 13:34,35
  • Faith operates through love in three essential ways in the disciple's life.
  • The essential 3 are love for God's presence, God's people and God's salvation purposes.
  • Love for God's presence is expressed through a life devoted to God. Rom. 12:1,2
  • Love for God's people is expressed through a life devoted to the Church. Acts 2:42-47
  • Love for God's salvation purposes is expressed through devotion to see both Jew and Gentile saved. Rom. 1:16
  • The essential 3 are the manifestation of the true disciple's faith!
  • Love for God's presence, people, and purposes set disciples of Christ apart as God's holy people.
 The 3 essentials of Kingdom living:
Love God's presence. Love God's people. Love God's purposes.

We praise God for His revelation to us and we are looking forward to seeing KLF rooted and established in the 3 essentials of Kingdom living!

Quote of the week:

"The only thing that counts is faith expressing itself through love." Gal. 5:6



Monday 19 November 2012

Members of Christ's Body

Glory to God!

Looking at 1 Corinthians 12:12-27, the Lord showed us yesterday that every believer is baptised into Christ and into His Body, the Church. Through faith in Christ the believer becomes part of God ("vertical" relationship) and part of His people ("horizontal" relationship). The cross symbolises both aspects of what Christ has accomplished through His death and resurrection: reconciliation with God (2 Cor. 5:18) and reconciliation with man (Eph. 2:16). In this portion of his letter to the Corinthian church, Paul explains that:

  • Every believer is baptised into the Church. 1 Cor. 12:12,13
  • Every believer is part of the Church regardless of whether s/he thinks s/he is part of it.1 Cor. 12:14-16
  • Every believer is divinely placed in the Church. 1 Cor. 12:17-20; Rom. 12:4-8
  • Every believer is significant in the Church. 1 Cor. 12:21-27
Following God's Word to us, we celebrated new life in Christ as we baptised 2 new believers in Christ. Baptism symbolises the believer's death to self - a life lived independently and separated from God and His people - and becoming a new creation in Christ - a life lived in union with Christ and His Body, the Church. Hallelujah!

Quote of the week:

"Now you are the body of Christ and every one of you is part of it." 1 Cor. 12:27


Wednesday 14 November 2012

We are the Church!

Glory to God!

The Lord is speaking to us about our identity as the Body of Christ and last Sunday the Lord showed us what it means to recognise the Body of Christ (1 Cor. 11:29). God's purpose in Christ is to create one new man, the people of God, through whom He desires to reveal His holiness (see Ezekiel 36:23-38; Eph. 2:11-22). Through faith in Christ the believer is not only reconciled to God but also to His people so that in Christ the believer is made one with Christ (vertical relationship - 1 John 4:15) and one with His Body (horizontal relationship - Eph. 2:15,16). The believer must realise his new identity by faith by living according to his new relationship to God, the Church and His people (Israel - Eph. 2:12,13; Rom. 11:17,18). Consequently to recognise the Body of Christ is to honour and distinguish the Body of Christ (Jesus and the Church) as holy. To not recognise the Body of Christ is to profane the Lord's body and blood and the Church (see 1 Cor. 10:14-22; 11:17-33). The believer must understand that s/he has been baptised into Christ's Body, which is the Church and that s/he therefore has a new identity and responsibility. The people of God are called to "make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace" (Eph. 4:3), the unity purchased by the blood and body of Christ. Being unforgiving, divisive and being inconsiderate of other believers is to "despise" the Church (1 Cor. 11:22) and is to not recognise the Body of Christ. The Lord's Supper is both the proclamation of what Christ has done for us as well as the recognition of the believers' unity in Christ as His Body, the Church (1 Cor. 11:26-29). 

We praise God for His revelation to us!

This Sunday at 3pm we will be meeting for a baptism service at the Baptist Church in Eschersheim (Haeberlinstr.3, F-Eschersheim).

Quote of the week

"A man ought to examine himself before he eats the bread and drinks of the cup. For anyone who eats and drinks without recognising the body of the Lord eats and drinks judgment on himself." 1 Cor. 11:28,29


Monday 5 November 2012

A People Belonging to God

Glory to God!

God has been speaking to us about relationships and last Sunday, the Lord spoke through David Rowe about the uniqueness of our personalities. Looking at the four essential temperaments - choleric/dominant (ambitious and leader-like), sanguine/influencial (pleasure-seeking and sociable), melancholic/steady (introverted and thoughtful), and phlegmatic/conscientious (relaxed and quiet) we saw how understanding our personalities and the personalities of others helps us deal with each other's strengths and weaknesses as we follow Christ's example of humility (Phil. 2:1-11).

Yesterday the Lord spoke to us about what it means to belong to God and to His people. He revealed the nature and the glory of the Church to us and showed us that as believers we are, a people who belong to Him (1 Peter 2:9,10), a people filled with His fullness (Eph. 1:22,23; 2:19-22), and a people who reveal Him (Eph. 3:10,11). As the Bride of Christ, we are called to live by faith in what God has purposed and accomplished in Christ for the Church. Consequently the people of God are called to live as those who belong to God and belong to His Body! Those who do not believe the truth about their identity in Christ as individuals and as the people of God walk in unbelief and disobedience (see Hebrew 4).

The Lord showed us that there are 3 kinds of sheep/ believers. Those who unconditionally follow Christ and live as those who belong to Him and His Body (followers); those who live conditionally (wanderers) and those who go their own way independently of God and His people (strays). God wants His people to understand that the root of all sin and the Fall of all creation is man's living independently of God. The iniquity that Christ took upon himself was man's straying from God and going his own way (Isaiah 53:6). The Lord wants His people to move from a straying mindset, attitude and behaviour to a follower's mindset, attitude and behaviour that demonstrates belonging to God and belonging to His people. Those who wander between the two mindsets or attitudes commit their lives to God and His people conditionally. They are happy to follow God and be part of His Body as long as it suits them. Once conflict or disagreement arises, the wanderer leaves the local church instead of working through the difficulties in love. Those who truly follow Christ and live as members of Christ and His Body, are committed to loving one another and living at peace with one another unconditionally. Followers behave as those who belong!

We praise God for revealing the glory of the Church to us, for reminding us of what Christ has accomplished for the Church and for challenging us to realise the truth of our identity in Christ as individuals and as His people.

Upcoming events

10.11 - Finance Seminar 
18.11 - Baptismal service at 15:00 at the EFG in F- Eschersheim (Haeberlinstr.3)
24.12 - Heiligabend outreach service for the homeless and needy

Quote of the week

"But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people belonging to God, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light. Once you were not a people, but now you are the people of God; once you had not received mercy, but now you have received mercy." 1 Peter 2:9,10


Wednesday 24 October 2012

True Discipleship

Glory to God!

On Sunday we were blessed to have a break-dance group with us from Brazil. With their excellent performance they are reaching young people with the Gospel and are influencing the lives of many underprivileged people in their region. Starise brought the group to Germany to give these young people the opportunity to perform in Germany as well as provide encouragement and training for young people as part of Starise's annual Arts Festival. We praise God for the testimony of these young peope's lives as they live by faith and in true surrender to their Lord. For more information on Starise check out the following link:

The Lord is speaking to us about true discipleship and on Sunday He showed us the following:

  • All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to Jesus. Matthew 28:18
  • It is because Jesus has all authority that the believer is commissioned to go and make disciples.
  • Our obedience to the Great Commssion is dependent on the revelation we have of Christ's authority.
  • A disciple is one who lives under the authority of Christ and walks in submission to Him.
  • Submission to Christ's authority in the spirit is revealed in the believer's attitude toward God-given authority in the natural. Eph. 5:22-6:9
  • Unless the believer learns to submit to authority he cannot exercise authority.
  • God is restoring His image as supreme Authority as He restores His Kingdom order and raises godly leaders in the home, in the work place, in schools, in the government, etc. and in the Church.
  • Christ's revelation as absolute authority and His command to make disciples clashes with our post-modern culture. Rather than throwing the baby out with the bath water because of our history of corrupted authority, the Church must rise up in the reality of God's Kingdom order and walk under and in the authority of His name!
  • God's Kingdom is established as His people live in submission to Him, honouring His authority and God-given authority in their lives and teaching others to do likewise.

We praise God for His revelation to us and for establishing His authority in our lives so that we can walk in confidence as His royal subjects and as His Kingdom ambassadors!

Quote of the week:

"All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age." Matthew 28:18-20


Monday 1 October 2012

God is love!

Glory to God!

Yesterday our Kingdom Life leadership team gave a report about the leadership conference hosted by Kingdom Faith in Horsham, England which our team attended last week. Being in partnership with Kingdom Faith, we are part of God's work not only locally but nation-wide. The connection we have with KF is important as we have apostolic covering, are accountable to the greater Body, benefit from the anointing upon KF, and share in God's purpose for the Church to bring transformation to society and renewal to the Church. As partners we carry the same spiritual DNA that seeks to build communities of faith and love and pursues what is on God's heart for His people, Israel and the nations. You can listen to the interview we had with the KLF leadership team here:

Elizabeth Nehring, who is part of our leadership team, then shared the experience she had when she stayed with the Evangelical Sisterhood of Mary in Darmstadt ( As part of what God is showing us concerning essence and form, we are learning to distinguish between the two so that we live from essence rather than from form. God calls us to be uncompromising in essence and flexible in form as we live the Kingdom Life wherever we are. You can listen to Elizabeth's powerful testimony here:

The Lord then spoke to us about how He wants us to be governed by His love as we return to our First Love. Those who are led by the Spirit of God are led by the God who is love. To remain in God is to remain in love (1 John 4:16). Looking at the account of the rich ruler who came to Jesus (Mark 10:17-23), we saw how Jesus addressed the core issue or the essence - the man's heart. Although the rich ruler appeared to be righteous, his heart was divided - he loved what he owned more than he loved God. The Law and the Prophets are summed up in our responsibility to love (Matthew 22:34-40; Rom.13:8-10). Our lives reveal what is our greatest love. When believers are filled with God, they are filled with love which is evidenced by their lives (see Acts 2:42-47).

We are looking forward to our first ever church retreat this weekend at Rot am See from Friday to Sunday. It will be an awesome time to encounter God and one another and to put love into action. There will therefore be no church service on Sunday afternoon at CZF.

Quote of the week

"God is love. Whoever lives in love, lives in God, and God in him." 1 John 4:16


Monday 27 August 2012

Communicating God

Glory to God!

The Lord is continuing to show us how to live the Kingdom life wherever we are. Yesterday the Lord spoke to us about three principles of the incarnation that apply to the Church. This is what He revealed to us:

  • Jesus is the incarnation of God - the embodiment of the essence of God. Col. 1:15; Heb. 1:3
  • Jesus took on the form of man to communicate God to mankind. Phil. 2:6-8; Heb. 2:17
  • Christ's purpose was to lead people into "the way of peace." Luke 1:79
  • The incarnation involves three principles: essence, form and purpose.
  • The apostle Paul lived an incarnate life as he carried the Truth (essence), and became all things to all men (form) so as to lead people into "the God-saved life" The Message (purpose). 1 Cor. 9:19-23
  • The Church is called to be uncompromising in essence and flexible in form so as to lead people into the way of peace.
  • A religious people are inflexible in form and create a barrier between the believer and the world.
  • The Church is called to communicate the Truth (essence) in whatever way (form) so as to reach the lost and the needy with God's love (purpose).
  • Looking at Gary Chapman's "Five love languages" we saw how people communicate love (essence) in different ways (form) in order to impart love to others (purpose).

The Church is called to be uncompromising in essence and flexible in form so as to reach people with the Father's love.

Quote of the week

"Even though I am free of the demands and expectations of everyone, I have voluntarily become a servant to any and all in order to reach a wide range of people: religious, nonreligious, meticulous moralists, loose-living immoralists, the defeated, the demoralized—whoever. I didn't take on their way of life. I kept my bearings in Christ—but I entered their world and tried to experience things from their point of view. I've become just about every sort of servant there is in my attempts to lead those I meet into a God-saved life." 1 Cor. 9:19-22, The Message


Monday 20 August 2012

Being light in the darkness

Glory to God!

Yesterday we had a brilliant time with God and one another as we worshipped together and enjoyed a BBQ together after the service. It was a wonderful opportunity to get to know one another a bit more and to meet new people to the church.

The Lord spoke to us about not just looking like a Christian but being a Christian in this world. Looking at the life of Jesus here on earth we noted the following:

  • Jesus left His place of glory and entered the darkness of mankind. Luke 1:78,79; John 1:1-9
  • Jesus came as an ordinary man. Isaiah 63:1-6; Phil. 2:6-8; Heb. 2:17
  • Jesus changed His form to reach into the darkness. John 1:14
  • Jesus came to reveal the Father and to minister the Father's love to man. John 17:26
  • Jesus' priority was not to look like a religious leader but to communicate the Father's love to man.
  • God calls the Church to be flexible in form but uncompromising in essence - we are called to reveal God and communicate His truth and love but in a way that won't separate us from the darkness but rather enters the darkness for man's sake and God's glory.
  • The Church must not be so rigid in form that the form becomes a barrier to reaching into the darkness.
  • The apostle Paul was flexible in form but uncompromising in essence. 1 Cor. 9:19-23
  • The Church is called to be incarnational - the embodiment of God's truth and love. John 1:14
  • When the Church becomes a sub-culture because of its form, it's form becomes a barrier to reaching the lost. 
  • When the Church is flexible in form but uncompromising in essence, she can reach into the darkness with God's truth and love to bring people to the path of peace. Luke 1:78,79

We praise God for His revelation to us and for helping us to be light in the darkness as we live the Kingdom life wherever we are.

Quote of the week

"Because of God's tender mercy, the morning light from heaven is about to break upon us, to give light to those who sit in darkness and in the shadow of death, and to guide us to the path of peace." Luke 1:78,79


Monday 6 August 2012

Reflecting God's Glory

Glory to God!

Yesterday's meeting was wonderful! As ambassadors of the Kingdom of peace we agreed with heaven and gave glory to God and proclaimed peace on earth (see Luke 2:14). The Lord then showed us that His desire for us is to not only have peace with God and man but to have peace with ourselves. This is what He showed us:

  • Man is made in God's image. Gen. 1:27
  • Adam, as the pattern of Christ, revealed God and could walk with God in His glory. Gen.2:25; Rom. 5:14
  • Sin distorted the image of God in man and caused man to become negatively self-conscious. Gen. 3:10
  • Sin caused man to fall short of the glory of God and to veil the image of God in man. Rom.3:22,23
  • Jesus came to reveal God's image and to restore mankind to his original state. Col. 1:15; Heb. 1:3; 2 Cor. 5:17; 2 Cor. 4:3-6
  • God reveals Himself by revelation. Matthew 16:17
  • As the believer receives revelation and knowledge of God so God reveals who s/he is! Matthew 16:18
  • The greater our knowledge of God, the greater our knowledge of who we really are as we are created in His image!
  • In Christ, the believer is restored to the image of God and is transformed into the fullness of His likeness from glory to glory. 2 Cor. 3:17,18
  • In Christ, the veil is removed so that the believer can accept and approve of who he is and see that it is good. Gen. 1:31
  • God wants His children to see themselves as He does and to stop being negatively self-conscious.
  • God removes shame as His people stop judging themselves negatively and begin to love themselves as God loves them. Matthew 22:39

We praise God for His awesome revelation to us and for helping us to be at peace with ourselves as we appreciate how we are made in His image and are made new in Christ to reveal Him and glorify Him.

In the evening we had another opportunity to minister to the homeless and poor in Frankfurt at our monthly soup kitchen.

Important dates

19.08. - Church meeting and BBQ at CZF
05. - 07.10 - Church retreat at Rot am See

Quote of the week

"And we, who with unveiled faces all reflect the Lord's glory, are being transformed into his likeness with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit." 2 Cor. 3:18


Wednesday 1 August 2012

Walking in Supernatural Peace

Glory to God!

These past two weeks the Lord has been speaking to us about His supernatural peace. He has been showing us that because He is the God of peace, His Kingdom is a Kingdom of peace! Consequently Jesus came as the Amabassador of the Kingdom of peace so that God's peace would rule and reign on earth as it is in heaven (Is.9:6,7). Jesus came to introduce a heavenly and supernatural peace in which His people could enter into by faith (Matt. 11:28-30; Heb. 4:1-11). This peace is divine and surpasses human understanding (John 14:27; Phil. 4:5-9). The peace of God is the shalom of God that is the agent of sozo (salvation, healing and deliverance). Shalom essentially means to be whole, and it is the shalom of God that leads the believer into full salvation (sozo). Last Sunday we saw that God wants us to walk the way of peace (Rom. 3:17; Luke 1:78,79; Eph. 6:15). The believer can walk the way of peace by trusting in Christ, the Prince of peace and fixing his eyes on God (John 16:33; Acts 10:36; Rom.15:13). God's presence and peace go hand in hand so that as the believer remains God-conscious, he can abide in supernatural peace (Ex. 33:14; Is. 26:3).

Important date

19.08 - Church BBQ @ Eastsite 15, Salzschlirferstr.15, F-Fechenheim

Quote of the week

"You will keep in perfect peace him whose mind is steadfast because he trusts in you." Isaiah 26:3


Sunday 1 July 2012

Saved Completely

Glory to God!

Today the Lord spoke to us about entering His rest and how He not only saves us from the kingdom of darkness but also into fullness of life in Christ so that we are saved completely! This is what He showed us:

  • God has revealed a "great salvation" through His Son. Heb. 2:1-4
  • Through faith in the Gospel, the believer enters God's salvation/rest. Heb. 4:1-3
  • God wants to "save completely" those who come to Him through Christ. Heb. 7:25
  • Complete salvation (Gr. sozo) is to be saved, healed and delivered. Matt.8:25; 9:21; Mark 16:16
  • God wants His children to "make every effort to enter" this great salvation. Heb. 4:11
  • To those who believe and "enter in", God will testify to this great salvation with "signs, wonders, and various miracles, and gifts of the Holy Spirit." Heb. 2:4
  • God wants us to understand what Christ has done, is doing and will do for those who trust in Him!
  • Jesus, as our great High Priest has made a way for us to enter the inner sanctuary. Heb. 10:19,20
  • Jesus, as our great High Priest, lives to intercede for us to save us completely. Heb. 7:23-25; 9:24
  • Jesus, as our great High Priest helps us in our weakness. Heb. 4:14-16
  • The inner sanctuary is the "sozo zone" where the believer will find the mercy and grace to be saved, healed and delivered completely! Heb. 4:16
This evening we had another special time with the homeless and needy as we ministered God's great salvation to them and blessed them both spiritually and physically.

Important Dates and Events

08.07 - Church meets at 3 pm at the EFG Frankfurt Nord-West (Haeberlinstr.3, F-Eschersheim)
15.07 - NO church meeting!
19.08 - Church meeting and BBQ at CZF

Quote of the week

"..he is able to save completely those who come to God through him, because 
he always lives to intercede for them." Hebrews 7:25

Monday 18 June 2012

Immersed in Revelation

Glory to God!

Yesterday we met in the Baptist Church in Eschersheim for a very special baptismal service. It is always such a joy to baptise believers in Christ and to proclaim their union with Christ's death, burial and resurrection. Hallelujah!

The Lord spoke to us about His desire to overshadow us with His revelation so as to conceive His Truth in our lives. Looking at the accounts of when God overshadowed His people (Moses - Ex. 33:22; Mary - Luke 1:35; Jesus - Matthew 17:5) we see that God's purpose in revealing Himself is to invite us to enter into the experience of that revelation. When God speaks or reveals something of Himself it is always for a purpose - it is not only to understand more about God but to experience God so as to know Him. God wants us to know Him. Those who know God can make Him known. John writes,

"Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God. Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love." 1 John 4:7,8

God wants His people to be enveloped or overshadowed (Gr. episkiazo) by His revelation so that they will know Him. The problem is that believers are too quick to be satisfied with knowledge about God rather than entering into the experience of the revelation and allowing God to overshadow and conceive the Truth in their lives. God takes His people from glory to glory as they respond to what He is saying step by step. When believers ignore or forget what God is saying, they cannot grow in their knowledge of God. The Lord wants His children to know Him and experience the deep things of God by His Spirit and it is only as we respond to His Word/ Revelation that He can overshadow us and conceive the deep things of God in our lives (1 Cor. 2:9-14). It is one thing to understand God's Word but another to receive His Word so that His Truth is conceived in our lives. John puts it this way,

"He came to that which was his own, but his own did not receive him. Yet to all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God....born of God." John 1:11,12

God reveals Himself with the purpose of overshadowing those who receive Him so that He can conceive His revelation in the believer's life. Then the believer will know God and make Him known. 

Quote of the week

"The Holy Spirit will come upon you, and the power of the Most High will overshadow you." Luke 1:35


Tuesday 12 June 2012

Breaking Through

Glory to God!

On Sunday the Lord spoke to us through Alexander Blair about preparing for breakthrough and this is what He showed us:
  • God wants His children to have breakthrough in their lives because He watches over His Word.
  • God's people must understand God's timing and the season they are in.
  • God has called His people to both occupy and break through.
  • God is calling His people to not only break through in their own individual lives but also collectively as His Body.
  • God has provided everything we need to occupy and to break through. 
  • Faith receives what grace has provided.
Looking at the account of Joshua overthrowing Jericho, the Lord showed us how He prepared the children of Israel to experience the breakthrough He wanted them to have as He called them to consecrate themselves, fix their eyes on God, align themselves with Him, worship Him, walk in holiness in dependence upon God, and obey God completely.

We praise God for His revelation to us!

Quote of the week

"This is the victory that has overcome the world, even our faith." 1 John 5:4


Tuesday 5 June 2012

Reproducing the Kingdom

Glory to God!

These are truly exciting times! The Lord is teaching us to live the Kingdom life wherever we are and He is showing us how He wants us to walk in holiness.God is revealing that there is a process that needs to take place if we are to produce the fruit of the Kingdom. The process requires the believer to move from understanding God's truth to believing it, to accepting it, to living it and finally to reproducing it. Click here and read "Be imitators of God" for a more detailed outline of this process. 

Applying this essential process to our lives, the Lord showed us on Sunday that in order for the believer to reproduce the life of God, s/he must learn to die to sin and self. Having been united to Christ and therefore to both His death and life, the believer must realise Christ's death and resurrection in his or her own life on a daily basis. Paul writes,

"The death he died, he died to sin once for all; but the life he lives, he lives to God. In the same way, count yourselves dead to sin but alive to God in Christ Jesus." Romans 6:10,11

Unless the believer dies to sin, to the past and to self s/he cannot reproduce the Kingdom.

On Saturday KLF took part in "Global Outreach Day" (G.O.D.). It was a day on which our people opened their homes, invited neighbours, spent time with unbelievers, went out on the streets in Frankfurt, prayed for people and simply positioned themselves to be used of God to impart love and life to those who are separated from God. We were excited to hear testimonies of the openness of people to receive the Good News and prayer and about the opportunities we had to demonstrate the Father's love in many different ways.

On Sunday evening we had another opportunity to minister the Father's love to the homeless and needy in Frankfurt at our monthly soup kitchen. It was great to see many people respond to God's Word and again for the openness of people to receive prayer and encouragement. Glory to God!

Quote of the week

"We were therefore buried with him through baptism into death in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, we too may live a new life." Romans 6:4