Category: Childrens Ministry

Click to watch an introductory video for Koinonia Children's Ministry.

At Koinonia Children’s Ministry we desire to focus on bringing God’s Word to the children, helping children discover their spiritual gifts, and supporting the ministry each parent is doing with their children as they grow into disciples of Jesus Christ.

Overwhelmingly Conquer through the Victory of the Risen Christ

Have you ever played basketball in a foreign country? You may discover that, even though you are a mediocre player like me, suddenly you are dominating the court as if you were Michael Jordan. I encountered this startling phenomenon one day as three Israeli friends and I had a very friendly basketball game against six […]

Laying the Foundation of a Biblical Worldview

“Knowing this first of all, that in the last days mockers will come with their mocking, following after their own lusts, and saying, ‘Where is the promise of His coming? For since the fathers fell asleep, all continues just as it was from the beginning of creation.’ For when they maintain this, it escapes their […]

A Thriving Family in Perilous Times of Apostasy

How can families thrive when we live in perilous times of apostasy? What examples in scripture do we have? “For this know also, that in the last days perilous times will come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy”. – 2 Timothy 3:1,2 “Let […]

Giving Thanks

Being thankful is the will of God regardless of circumstances.


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  • In God’s Presence
    When Peter and John stood before the Council in Acts 4, these religious leaders “took knowledge of them, that they had been with Jesus.” This statement, if overlooked, cites a misconception that prevails in the minds of believers and non-believers alike. Note, to the unlearned religionists, the apostles HAD BEEN with Jesus. The truth is […]
  • Chosen Vessels
    When Ananias was told by the Lord Jesus to go and seek out Saul of Tarsus, it was revealed to him the reason he was to do so was because Saul was a “chosen vessel” for the Lord. He would be called to bear the name of Jesus in the world, and he would also […]
  • The Blessings Of The Just
    A person who has trusted in Jesus Christ for salvation is “justified” by God. As Spurgeon wonderfully wrote, “God will never accuse me of owing for a debt that has already been paid.” “But the just shall live by his faith.” This concept, first stated in Habakkuk 2:4, is so important that it is repeated […]
  • Self Examination
    A very important part of any communion service is self examination. Of course, it is only by the power of God’s Spirit that we can perform this task. We can very easily “cruise” in our Christianity. By that I mean that it can become a mechanical duty, as opposed to a living fellowship with Jesus. […]