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Trezo Mare Donation

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The restaurant Trezo Mare LOCATED IN Briarcliff Village has extended their donation program throughout the summer of 2015 for First Christian Church of NKC. When you dine at Trezo Mare Restaurant on Saturday’s or Sunday’s from 11am -3pm they will track our sales and give back 10% to the church (FCCNKC). PLEASE PRESENT THIS COUPON TO […]

Tall Oaks Summer Camp

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2015 Summer Camp “POWER UP! LIVING IN THE SPIRIT” Our Camp Sunday is just around the corner on April 12, 2015. We are very excited to promote the Tall Oaks 2015 summer camps with the theme            “POWER UP!” We want to encourage your child to attend. Here is what you […]

What’s going on at FCCNKC?!?!

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If you’ve ever wondered what’s happening at First Christian Church of North Kansas City, you can look at all sorts of places! 1. Messenger Check out the Go to the “More” section of the menu and find your desired month’s Messenger.   2. Calender Go to the “More” section of the menu and select “Calendar”. […]

Serenity Prayer Lenten Sermon Series 2015

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Join us as we enter into the Lenten Season as we learn about the Serenity Prayer. “God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.”  – Written by Reinhold Niebuhr, an American theologian in the 1930’s Feb. […]

Why You Need a Small Group

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You will understand the bible better!

If you´ve ever been listened to a minister or pastor and wanted to stop them and say, “But what about…?” or “I don´t understand,” then a small group is for you! Preaching and teaching is one way communication. You listen while the speaker speaks. It´s fine for imparting knowledge but not as effective for personal application as a small group. In a small group setting, you can ask questions, participate in a discussion of the text, and hear others share insights and illustrations of the truth you are trying to grasp. The Bible must be applied to your own personal situations and that happens best in small groups.