We are thrilled to announce that Pastor Greg Griffith has accepted the Call to be our Lead Pastor Elect. Pastor Greg will wrap up his duties at Immanuel in Macomb, MI in the next month. His start date at King of Kings will be August 1. We are so excited to welcome Greg and Laurie, and their two daughters Macey and Tessa. Visit www. kingofkingsomaha.org/blog for a full update from Pastor Greg and ways to pray for his family during this transition.
King of Kings has a new podcast featuring an extended discussion of each of the topics in our It’s Personal series. Visit www. kingofkingsomaha.org/podcast to listen.
Join us August 8 from 6-8PM as Nathan Seadore and Brenda Neyens, experts in the area of anxiety, host a seminar designed to help you reduce your level of anxiety. Together we’ll learn how to identify habits that produce anxiety, along with techniques to reduce it. You will not be expected to share personal experiences during this seminar; we want you to be as comfortable as possible.
Register by August 6 at www. kingofkingsomaha.org/anxiety.
Burgers, Brats, and Baseball
Men, join us on August 9 for Burgers, Brats, and Baseball at Werner Park. Tailgating will start at 5PM with the baseball game starting at 7:05PM. Tickets for the game are $16, but you’re welcome to stay for just the free tailgate. Food will be provided, please bring your own beverage of choice. RSVP before July 25 at www. kingofkingsomaha.org/men.
Kids Kount Publishing Brainstorm Team
Do you have creative teaching ideas? Offer them to Kids Kount Asia by serving on a Skype brainstorm team with children’s ministry writers from India. They need help designing experiential learning lessons. You can select times convenient for your schedule and invest an hour weekly or every other week. Plus, you can choose the age of children best fitting your experience and interest. For more information, contact the Director of Kids Kount Asia, Prabhu at email@example.com or Liz at Kids Kount Publishing, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recent flooding in our region has caused significant devastation for individuals and their communities. We’re invested long term in helping with flood relief and continue to look for ways to provide relief; sign up to receive notifications about upcoming serve opportunities at www. kingofkingsomaha.org/flood.
Passion Conference 2020
King of Kings Student Ministry is embarking on an adventure at the end of this year as we head to Passion Conference — and you’re invited! Passion Conference is a gathering of 18–25 year old’s in Atlanta, Georgia from December 30 through January 3. The cost is $300, which includes transportation, conference, and dinners.
Learn more about what to expect at the Passion Conference website (passionconferences.com/passion2020), and register online today at kingofkin.gs/passion
Join us for a new session of Journey to Wholeness: Conquering Codependency. Our current 13 week class meets from 9 – 10:30AM in the Alpha Room at King of Kings, continuing weekly through August 25. Join anytime!
This ongoing support group helps you break unhealthy patterns, provides tools for healing and growth, and opens honest communication about our deepest struggles and victories in Christ. Because of the personal nature of the class, discussions are kept confidential. For more information or to register, visit www.thecoreomaha.com.
Exploring The Bible
Exploring The Bible is a Sunday morning bible study that offers an interactive experience centered around selected passages from the Old and New Testaments. Participants are free to examine the Scriptures and discuss with others the implications of God’s truth for their lives. This study meets weekly on Sundays from 9:15-10:30AM in the Courtyard room.
LWML • Lutheran World Relief
The Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML) will be packing personal care kits and school kits for Lutheran World Relief this fall. With a goal to assemble 150 care kits of each type this year, they need your help. Visit www. kingofkingsomaha.org/lwml for a list of items needed and instructions for how to drop them off.
King of Kings Mission Room
Consider supporting the King of Kings Mission Room where items are gathered, sorted, and shipped to the Orphan Grain Train (OGT). OGT gathers funds and items for flood victims in our region, other disasters in the US, and relief in 68 countries. If you would like to donate items, please consider bringing:
- clothes/shoes (all sizes and all seasons—includes coats, boots, gloves, etc.)
- towels/linens (all sizes)
- medical supplies (crutches, splints, bandages, etc.—no medications)
- stuffed toys
- adult sized bicycles (in good condition)
Please take the items to the Church office marked for OGT. For more information, visit ogt.org or contact Ray and Dee Christensen at email@example.com.
Safety & Security Team
Join our team of dedicated volunteers who help keep us safe every weekend, both inside and outside of our building. If you’re interested in joining or learning more about this team, please contact security@www. kingofkingsomaha.org.
Next Steps Room
If you are a first time guest, or you’ve been here already and want to take a next step in discipleship to Jesus, this place is for you. We have information about membership, small groups, serving opportunities, and lots of friendly people who would love to get you connected. Come check it out!
Anyone who is interested in membership or just wants to find out more about King of Kings will be able to Connect on almost any Sunday. This four-week course will be led most weeks by Pastor Roger and will cover the basics of Christian faith and Lutheran doctrine. Connect class will also help get you plugged in to serving and small groups right away. Questions? Stop by the Next Steps Room to find out more! Contact Brenda Denne at brenda@www. kingofkingsomaha.org to register.