The Church: Gathered and Scattered

May 12, 2017 / Robert Calabretta

We believe God has planted King's Cross Church in Flushing to be a witness and community of Kingdom Minded, Kingdom People in this city, for this city.  As we approach summer, I want to invite you to review or for some, explain, our vision of where we are moving as a church this year. I …

Ruth: Background and Introduction

April 17, 2017 / Robert Calabretta

Dear King's Cross, This past Easter Sunday we saw Jesus open scripture and claim that all of it points to him. In other words, if we truly want to know God and have a relationship that brings life abundant--we need to find him throughout the whole of scripture.  We'd like to invite you to go …

Portraits of Grace | Hee-Jung (2 of 2)

March 14, 2017 / Ester Linton

The Bible says we need to fight sin to its death. “In your struggle against sin you have not yet resisted to the point of shedding your blood.” (Hebrews 12:4, ESV) How am I going to be able to fight to the point of shedding blood and break the sinful pattern of anger? Sometimes, I even can’t bite …

Portraits of Grace: Hee-Jung (1 of 2)

March 7, 2017 / Ester Linton

“If I lose, if I lose, let me lose.” Gillian Welch When I am angry, it feels like nothing really matters but my feeling at the very moment. It feels like my whole being is swept up into one big black hole of anger. Even if I have to lose, I will lose. I want to lose. I am willing to lose. …

Dust to Dust, Ashes to Ashes

March 1, 2017 / Robert Calabretta

As of now, King's Cross does not follow the liturgical calendar too strictly. However, both Norman and I wanted to share a few thoughts on this day that many will be observing around the world. Ash Wednesday marks the first day of Lent, which is the solemn preparation for the church to move …

Today is Ash Wednesday

March 1, 2017 / Norman Yung

Today is Ash Wednesday: the beginning of the Lenten season. We don't officially practice Lent at King's Cross but if you'd indulge me anyway with some thoughts on the season. For those of you (like myself) who did not grow up practicing this because it was too formal/dry/dead or had the …

Portraits of Grace | Caleb

February 28, 2017 / Ester Linton

What do you want to be when you grown up? A car wash man What do you like to do? Play with my toy cars Do you like your sister? Yes Why? Because she shares Why do you go to church? To worship Jesus What is your favorite thing …

Portraits of Grace | Iris

February 21, 2017 / Ester Linton

Over the last few months, I have learned it isn't true that I'm not good at making decisions. Rather, I always want things on my timeline. When clarity doesn't come when I want it, I become anxious and frustrated. I need to keep learning to simply walk with the Father's lead instead of running …

2017 Elected Leader Nominations

February 17, 2017 / Robert Calabretta

Dear King’s Cross, This has been an incredible season of seeing God’s provision and faithfulness to us a church. We are growing, as is our commitment and vision to the Kingdom here in our neighborhood and city. However, we need to recognize the great importance and role of leadership in the …

Portraits of Grace | Jeying

February 14, 2017 / Ester Linton

I was once told that my life was like the movie Failure to Launch; that like the main character, I had failed to become a “real” adult. This became a source of shame for me as my whole life had been centered around the need to be both intelligent and successful, but here I was- a failure to launch. …