In 2005, King of Kings and seven other East metro area churches joined together to form the Faith-Based Health & Wellness Network. The Network works toward the elimination of the stigma and fear of mental health by providing resources for caregivers and those suffering from mental disabilities. Mindful of the centrality of faith to their ministries, the churches emphasized the importance of creating a network available and accessible to the whole community.
Through this unique ecumenical non-profit organization, its founders seek to:
- Provide awareness and education about mental and cognitive disorders
- Advance respect and dignity for all persons
- Offer hope and support to struggling individuals and families
- Promote wholeness and healthy lifestyles throughout our communities
To learn more about the Faith Based Health & Wellness Network, go to https://www.faithbasedwellness.org
We hope you will take time to browse the selected books as you sip a beverage in the café and visit with friends; bring a book home and grow in faith.
Our library ministry volunteers provide books, videos, and periodicals that support, inspire and educate the people of our congregation. Volunteers are needed year-round and seasonal volunteers are also welcome. If you love to read, this is a great place to serve. If you have questions about the King of Kings Library, contact Becky Hagen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re thrilled to offer this resource to you! We want everyone to have the opportunity to develop a deeper relationship with God and with other people! This online library offers a wide variety of studies, so no matter were you are in your relationship with God, there is something for you. Rightnow Media also offers the ease of doing a study in your home, at a coffee shop, or virtually anywhere.
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